The Cyber Security and Ethical Hacking course is designed to ensure that you learn & master the concepts of Cyber Security and Ethical Hacking for Security and pass the certification exam on your first try. Our training will help you learn how to administer and configure Cyber Security and Ethical Hacking. The practical hands-on learning approach followed in the course will ensure you get job-ready by the end of it.
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The Cyber Security and Ethical Hacking course is designed to ensure that you learn & master the concepts of Cyber Security and Ethical Hacking for Security and pass the certification exam on your first try. Our training will teach you how to protect yourself from the cyber-attacks and make yourself come to know how to secure your organization and your personal pc from the cyber-attacks and malware
Cyber Experts: Who Are They?
Cyber experts are computer experts who deliberately try and penetrate the IT infrastructure of an organization in order to identify its vulnerabilities and report these to the management. They are also called White Hat security analysts and they only gain legitimately from their technical abilities. They are paid by the organization they work to find information that can be used to better safeguard the IT network.
What you will learn?
In the whole session, we will come to know what type of attacks we are facing in our daily life when we are using the internet and how our data can be stolen by a Hacker. How to protect ourselves from this kind of attack and countermeasures, solutions for each and every attack will get discussed thoroughly. And finally, by the end of the session, u will be in the position to keep your system under your control and get protected from anonymous attacks.
Scope of Cybersecurity Career?
Last year cybersecurity was estimated to be a US$ 3.8 billion industry in the US alone. According to Nasscom, India will require at least 77,000 cybersecurity experts every year whereas we are producing only 15,000 in a year, currently. Cybersecurity is growing at a tremendous pace and offers a plethora of lucrative job opportunities.
What skills are required for a career as a Cybersecurity expert?
First and foremost is the ability to write programs in many programming languages like C, C++, Perl, Python, and Ruby. For those working with web applications, Microsoft.NET and PHP are vital. Knowledge of assembly language is also essential for those who want to analyze disassembled binaries. Knowledge of a variety of operating systems (Microsoft Windows, various versions of Linux, etc.) is critical.
Experience with various network devices, including switches, routers, and firewalls is also important. A security expert also should have a basic understanding of TCP/IP protocols such as SMTP, ICMP, and HTTP. In addition to technical skills, an cyber expert needs good soft skills. Perhaps the most important skill, however, is adaptability. When testing software and systems, cybersecurity experts never knows what will come up, so the ability to be resourceful is vital.
The information security industry is going at a current worldwide growth rate of 21%. Frost & Sullivan have estimated that there are 2.28 million information security professionals worldwide which is expected to increase to nearly 4.2 million by 2015. The need for information security for security compliance in India is mandatory for all companies with an IT backbone. The requirement for such personnel is especially high with organizations in the IT/ITES space.
A fresher may work as an intern for a couple of months and can start with a minimum of Rs 4.5 lakh per annum. With one year of experience, one can expect upto Rs 9.5 lakh per annum. Those with work experience five years or more can get from 15-18 lakh per annum.
Cybersecurity experts are assigned various job titles such as:
• It network security administrator
• Network Defense analysts
• Application Security testers
• Web security administrators
• Forensic analysts
• Security analysts
• Security auditors
• Penetration testers (broadly classified under network security surveillance)