Welcome to the Network Engineer Career Path

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Hello and welcome to Sai Buri. We provide the tools and resources you need to achieve your career goals. Whether you're looking to expand your skill set, earn a certification or build a career in cybersecurity, Cyber has got you covered.
Today we're excited to introduce you to our network engineer career path. This career path consists of many different learning opportunities, including video courses, virtual labs and assessments designed to help you develop the core skills and gain the hands on experience. You need to become a network engineer.
As a network engineer, you're responsible for maintaining your organization's network and all associated systems, including software, hardware and applications. You'll continuously monitor and troubleshoot your network to find ways to enhance performance. Network engineers also maintained firewalls, update virus protection software,
implement data security systems and perform regular data backups
to protect critical information. The average salary for a network engineer is $73,000.
Completing the Network Engineer Career path will enable you to develop skills such as network monitoring, network security and incident response. Learn tools like Lennox wire, shark, TCP dump snort and cyst. Internals earned certifications such as comp, Tia Lennox plus or network plus in Cisco CCN A
and apply for network engineer, network architecture and network operations. Specialist roles.
In addition to helping you attain the real world skills hiring managers are looking for cyber connects your development to real job opportunities. Are community of mentors. Will review your linked in profile or resume prepare you for common interview questions and connect the dots between your accomplishments on cyber and your career ambitions.
Your cyber membership grants you unlimited access to over 1500 learning opportunities to help you develop skills that make you more marketable.
We encourage you to develop and dive into anything that piques your interest. Now that you're about to start your first course, set yourself up for success by setting aside time each day to continue to make progress within your career path. Consistency is key, and remember, the cyber community is here to support you, so you're never learning alone. Let's get started. You've got this