The Cyber Security Career Development Program is our flagship course. Here, students are given the ability to learn how to become an effective, well rounded Information Security Analysist. We accomplish this task through on the job learning and mentorship. Lectures are done both in person and online as we have a suite of more than 150, 5-minute animated videos that cover compliance, engineering and career development. Students will receive the opportunity to work on projects teams where they will apply lessons learned on real information systems. They will intern as cyber security analysts supporting companies in the private or federal sector. This program is like no other and is a proven pathway to becoming a cyber security analyst. Classes in this program include FISMA Compliance and Security Engineering. Students will receive career development assistance in both classes. This includes resume writing, job search and mock interview assistance. $4000.00
- Classes begin August 10, 2020- December 10, 2020
- Mondays-Tuesday 7-9pm and Saturdays 9-11am
Classes Included in the Cyber Security Career Development Program:
FISMA Career Development
FISMA stands for the Federal Information Security Management Act, which the United States Congress passed in 2002. This law simply requires federal agencies to implement information security plans to protect sensitive data. In this class students will learn how make a network FISMA compliant. Think of FISMA compliance as the documentation side of Information Security (cyber security policy). FISMA compliance is a requirement for all networks that hold government data. Learning this skill alone can provide any student with a lucrative career!
This class includes CompTIA Security+ certification track. Students have the option of attending our boot camp or self-study using materials we give to the students. We want to encourage the boot camp for Career Development students because it provides them with the structure to make sure they get their certifications on schedule. Students will receive access to all boot camp classes for an administrative fee.
Security Engineering Career Development
This is where we develop students’ technical skills. Students will learn security tools such as SPLUNK, Nessus and Wireshark. We will also teach the practical side of ethical hacking. In this course, students will develop a home lab and learn how to use the popular security tools such as SPLUNK, Nessus and Wireshark. These are the most popular tools in use by major companies today. After learning how to use popular security tools, students will learn how to hack wired and wireless networks as ethical hackers of course.
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Office: 301-576-2941/ 301-237-5830