Pune Cyber Security Corporate Workshop
Mode of Delivery – The classes are held both online and in physical classrooms.
Audience – We have a global audience that logs in to work hand in hand with our world-class instructors.
Certification – Available in 25+ Countries NobleProg Certification is accepted globally
What is the potential of Cybersecurity Fundamentals?
As we are more focused towards Digital India and right to Privacy now being a fundamental one, cyber security is an essential part to protect our nation as well as its citizens from any source of attacks. Huge amount of personal data is getting stored and is transferred in today’s digital world from passwords to bank credentials. The cyber attack too is increasing even at a slow rate as it is surely a great way to attack a nations or persons sentiments to demand a huge amount as ransome which todays world will pay to retrieve back their much important data. The world is witnessing great and massive ransomware attacks the recent ine being WANNACRY. Thanks to Microsoft for providing the patch to secure India from massive loss. But according to the recent studies, a more evolutionary one which is much more harmful than this is also developed and is in its attack in some parts of the world. From the current digital scenario such an attack can surely be deadly to India.
Apart from this, cyber war is also happening with many other countries. Today’s digital world needs a great wall of protection from these attacks and efficient and more self sufficient cyber security experts is surely a great need of the hour.
Why should you go for Cybersecurity Fundamentals?
1. High Demand
According to Bloomberg Businessweek, the U.S. Department of Defense and the FBI alone would like to recruit 6,000 people with cybersecurity skills by the end of 2016. The technology tsunamis that are transforming society in so many positive ways are also making it more vulnerable to attacks on the privacy of data, the integrity of payment systems and the availability of critical infrastructure. Technology alone is not enough to prevent, detect, respond to and recover from cybersecurity incidents; there is also a critical need for skilled people. Depending on the source, the unemployment rate for cybersecurity professionals is currently near or below zero. The point is, demand is high and exceeds supply.
2. High Pay
High demand does not always mean high pay (e.g., teachers), and high pay does not always mean plentiful opportunities (e.g., Major League shortstops). However, in the case of cybersecurity, both demand and compensation are up, as the average income reported by cybersecurity professionals in the United States is three times the national median for full-time workers. Money is not always at the top of the list for why people are motivated to go to work every day, but it’s usually up there, and higher pay doesn’t hurt.
3. Highly Skilled
When something is so easy that anyone can do it, one can’t expect high demand and high pay to be sustained; however, this is not the case for cybersecurity professionals. In 2012, an article in the Harvard Business Review referred to data scientists — that is, the people who can coax valuable insights out of a messy, complex collection of data — as “The Sexiest Job of the 21st Century.” Technical skills can be taught, but a natural capacity for conceptualizing, synthesizing and solving problems is unique and special — and apparently sexy, for some people. Cybersecurity is interesting, challenging, technology-focused work.
4. Highly Dynamic
Because information technology is in a constant state of change — thank you, Moore’s Law — so is cybersecurity. The latest college graduates may have grown up as “digital natives,” but keep in mind that at the time they were preparing to graduate from high school, no one had iPads. The fascinating battle between the technology makers and the technology breakers goes back hundreds of years, but the faster technology changes, the faster attackers can exploit it. From denial-of-service attacks, point-of-sale intrusions, attacks on Web apps and abuse by insiders to ransomware, cyber-extortion, malicious QR codes and malevolent fonts, if you’re looking for work that is repetitive and boring, a career in cybersecurity is certainly not for you.
5. Highly Transferable
Many jobs are tied to specific locations, but a career in cybersecurity is highly portable — after all, we are in an information economy. Data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics shows that these jobs are located in virtually every geography, and it goes without saying that these types of jobs can be located virtually anywhere. In other words, wherever there is a network connection, you can be on the job (though there’s both an upside and a downside to that).
6. Higher Purpose
As a rule, cybersecurity professionals are not likely to be famous. On the contrary, they quietly provide committed, faithful and honorable service to their organizations, countries and society as a whole. What’s under constant attack is more than just our networks, devices, servers, applications and data; it’s also our mobile, flexible, connected way of life. Very much like the thin blue line of law enforcement or the thin red line of firefighters, the thin digital line of cybersecurity professionals will increasingly be recognized and appreciated as an important and meaningful vocation.
Why Is This Program Different:
The Instructors – Our instructors are industry experts, people who have been there and done that. They not only encourage questioning but also give solutions that are practical and applicable at an enterprise level.
The Practice – We provide an actual cluster for hands-on practicing. It removes the need to install virtual machines and makes learning easier and fun.
The Curriculum – Created by industry experts to equip attendees to hit the ground running. Our interactive sessions along with the curated curriculum make starting a project at work or attending an interview or just upscaling your career a cake walk.
Cybersecurity skills are in high demand, as threats continue to plague enterprises around the world. An overwhelming majority of professionals surveyed by ISACA recognise this and plan to work in a position that requires cybersecurity knowledge.To fill this gap, ISACA has developed the Cybersecurity Fundamentals Certificate, which provides education and verification of skills in this area.
With cybersecurity threats continuing to rise and the shortage of appropriately-equipped security professionals growing worldwide, ISACA’s Cybersecurity Fundamentals Certificate programme is the perfect way to quickly train entry-level employees and ensure they have the skills and knowledge they need to successfully operate in the Cyber arena.
DOMAIN 1: CYBERSECURITY CONCEPTS
DOMAIN 2: CYBERSECURITY ARCHITECTURE PRINCIPLES
DOMAIN 3: SECURITY OF NETWORK, SYSTEM, APPLICATION AND DATA
DOMAIN 4: INCIDENT RESPONSE
DOMAIN 5: SECURITY OF EVOLVING TECHNOLOGY
Who should take this program?
Anyone having zeal to learn new technology can go for it. Students and professionals aspiring to make a career in Cybersecurity Fundamentals should opt for the program.
Corporate Executives looking to connect corproate strategy to technology
Government Executives looking to better understand opportunities
High school & college students
Supply Chain Managers
CEO’s, Boards, and Senior VP’s
Entrepreneurs looking for something new
Consultants and Professional Service Providers
Anyone looking to better prepare for long term career potential in the future
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