Welcome to the Protecting Data in Transit Skills Course & Certification Test
Today’s expectation of immediacy has led to exponential growth of the volume of sensitive data being transmitted digitally. Data in transit is information that travels over the public network or data that flows within a private network. Unfortunately, data is not only more valuable while in motion, it is also less secure. The Protecting Data in Transit Certification Course provides useful insight into encryption, data integrity and organizational data security, as well as implementing secure transport protocols such as: like IPsec, SSH, SSL/TLS. Knowing that the files we send and receive have not been modified due to data corruption or by attackers requires specialized capabilities that multiple employers desire. Positions as a Cyber Security Analyst or Information Security Analyst are easily attainable with the protecting data in transit certification.
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Less than 1 year of IT security, operations, or governance is needed to be familiar with this course content and to validate this skill.

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