Entry-Level Cybersecurity Training
Are you new to cybersecurity and looking for a stepping stone into this exciting career field? Cybersecurity skills are in high demand, and the field is projected to grow 33% by 2030. This Entry-Level Cybersecurity Training course will give you the foundational knowledge you need to get started.
## Who should take this course? This course is for individuals who are interested in a cybersecurity career but do not have any prior knowledge or experience. It can also be useful for people working in sales who need to understand cybersecurity concepts in order to highlight how products and services support good cybersecurity. This course will give you the foundational knowledge you need to converse easily about cybersecurity and move to the next step in your cybersecurity career or goals.
## What are the prerequisites for this course? This is a beginner-level course, and it has no prerequisites.
## Why take this course? What makes this course so beneficial is that you will learn the terminology and key concepts needed to speak fluently about cybersecurity. You will also have a foundation upon which to build as you explore more advanced topics in the cybersecurity field. By the end of this course, you will be able to:
## What makes this course different from others? This course attempts to demystify cybersecurity concepts in a way that makes them accessible to a total beginner. If you have no experience or previous training related to cybersecurity, you are the perfect person to take this course. All you need is a desire to learn. In addition, this course focuses on some key concepts that will come up again and again in your cybersecurity journey and those that appear on cybersecurity certifications that you may decide to pursue later. You will have a head start by taking this course and laying the foundation of your knowledge.
Your instructor, Jennifer Barnabee, is a Course Manager at Cybrary, and she has worked with numerous cybersecurity professionals to put together courses on everything from cloud security to Adversary Emulation, Threat Hunting, and the exploitation and mitigation of high-impact vulnerabilities. She uses her background in technical writing and training to break down foundational concepts and provide them in a way that you can remember and relate to.