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Python is is an essential programming language all aspiring cyber security professionals should know. One does not have to be a “coder” to learn Python—in fact, the course is intended for non-coders. In this course, you’ll learn about networking protocols, fuzzing and information gathering automation.



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Linux+ is a flexible, open-source, low-cost platform growing in use in business across the globe. Thus, the demand for Linux+ experts is at all time high. In this course, you’ll learn about Linux maintenance tasks, user assistance and installation and configuration. 



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Security+ is the perfect introduction to the cyber security industry —it provides the fundamental knowledge for securing a network and managing risk. In this course, you’ll learn the essential principles of network security, cloud security and risk management.



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CCNA provides the fundamental knowledge for emerging network engineers in the cyber security industry. In this class, you’ll learn how to describe the operation of data networks, how to implement an IP addressing scheme and how to solve networking challenges. 

additionalPost-Exploitation Hacking
Malware Analysis
Advanced Penetration Testing
Social Engineering and Manipulation

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