In the criminal justice system, the people are represented by two different but equally important groups: the police who investigate crimes, and the district attorneys who prosecute offenders. In the cybersecurity world, the people are represented by only one person: you. And thanks to these courses, that's all they'll need.
The Pay What You Want: Complete Cyber Security Certification Bundle features nine courses that cover every aspect of cybersecurity (broken down below). Each one carries up to $299 in value, but thanks to our unique exclusive Pay What You Want system, you can get them all just by beating the average price of what people choose to pay. That means learning skills like ...
Creating A Security System
So you've got some data, or a website, or a whole network that needs protecting. Your first impulse might be to take your hard drive and lock it in a safe. Don't trust that impulse. Instead, check out this bundle. The CompTIA Advanced Security Practitioner (CASP) qualification will teach you to conceptualize, design, and engineer a highly secure system across any kind of complex enterprise environment. Then the CompTIA Cybersecurity Analyst (CSA+) qualification will teach you to apply highly scientific "behavioral analytics" to anticipate the moves of any devious hacker. Finally, the Cisco 210-260 class will teach you to develop a security infrastructure, recognize threats and vulnerabilities, and mitigate them.
Basically, this is how you become Tank and/or Dozer from The Matrix, except this time, Joe Pantoliano doesn't get the drop on you.
Maintaining A Security System
Online cyber threats are kind of like Pokemon -- they're always evolving and learning new moves, and your younger brother is better than you at understanding them. So to beat an ever-changing and hard to master system, you have to adapt yourself. That's what these next three courses are for. The Risk Management Professional (PMI-RMP) certification grants you expertise when it comes to assessing and identifying project risks, mitigating those threats, and then capitalizing on opportunities to bring them down. The CSA Certificate of Cloud Technology Security Knowledge (CCSK) applies all these skills to cloud computing so that you have the know-how required to protect a cloud network. Finally, the Computer Hacking Forensic Investigator class will basically turn you into a CSI agent of computers. No, you won't be taking home vials of blood and analyzing them, but you will be able to identify if a hacker has been in your system, hunt them down, and bring them to brutal street justice ("street justice" meaning "kicking them out of your system and then alerting the proper authorities in a very polite fashion").
Leading A Security Team
After you've built your system and managed it for a while, you might be ready to expand to a whole team of anti-hackers. Those anti-hackers need a leader, and memorizing every speech from Friday Night Lights won't be enough. You'll need to prove to them that you have the skills and technical knowledge as well. That's where the CISSP (Certified Information Systems Security Professional) comes in. It, along with the Certified Information Security Manager (CISM) class, promotes international security practices and teaches you to manage and oversee an enterprise's information security. And finally, the CompTIA Security+ is a standard benchmark for IT Security practice. Clear eyes, full hearts, can't get hacked!
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