Become a Cyber Security Engineer
Build security solutions to defend a company and protect its networking assets. Work with security analysts to identify vulnerable systems requiring updates to the software.
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In this career path, you will learn what it takes to become a Security Engineer, a role in the highest demand with 57,000+ job openings according to cyberseek.org. Learn to resolve production security issues, configure and manage firewalls and intrusion detection systems (IDS), investigate incidents, perform forensics and run incident responses.
Cybrary offers practical, virtual lab environments specific to Cyber Security Engineering that will help you gain real-world, hands-on skills with the industry’s latest tools and technologies.
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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 was able to earn my CISSP certification within 60 days of signing up for Cybrary Insider Pro and got hired as a Security Analyst conducting security assessments and penetration testing."
"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."
Average salary via Payscale.com.
What Will I Learn?
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.
Management & Leadership
Focused on program design and oversight. Project and program management.
Additional Skills You Will Gain
Cyber Defense Infrastructure
Cyber Threat Analysis