Become a Network Engineer
If you’ve dreamed of switching to the field of network engineering, Cybrary can accelerate your plan. Join the professionals who have built their careers through this pathway. Pass the CCNA and Linux+ to catapult your career in network engineering.
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You have chosen a fantastic career in network engineering. More than 8 million network engineering jobs exist and it’s growing. On this career path, you will learn how to protect, administrate, and build best-in-class networks. Master management of systems performance, troubleshoot and diagnose network issues, understand infrastructure protocols, application and transport to empower organizations to scale securely. Cybrary’s trademark virtual lab environments provide students with real-world, hands-on skills and provide experience with today’s latest tools and technologies.
In our community, you will be guided by the top experts in network engineering. We have more than 40 mentors, including our Chief Mentor Mark Nibert, who manages a network operations center for the US government. You will be learning with more than ten thousand community members that are all building their careers in the cybersecurity and technology space. As you grow your career, you will now have a network of people that will help you continuously.
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How Long Will It Take To Be Job Ready?
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What Our Learners Are saying
"Cybrary has enabled me to develop new skills and gain experience with tools that I’ve needed to utilize in order to support my clients"
"I encourage anyone I meet, [who is] interested in a career in cybersecurity, to sign up for [Cybrary] Insider Pro. There is nothing out there capable of getting someone as job-ready as this program."
"Cybrary, through its community and its content, has given me the confidence to feel like I could go on and present myself well in an interview and to be in the position that I'm in now."
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What Will I Learn?
IT / Network Ops
Focused on understanding different types of technologies and their proper configuration. Plugging the holes to keep the bad guys out. Topics such as network hardening, upgrades, a lot of certification prep.
Focused on trying to find the bad guys. Topics such as threat intelligence, threat hunting, network monitoring, incident response. Defensive security is a reactive measure taken once a vulnerability is found through prevention, detection, and response.
Additional Skills You Will Gain
Web Application Security
Identity & Access Management (IAM)
Operating System Hardening
Tools and Utilities