QuickStart partners with several universities to offer online
cybersecurity bootcamp programs
Florida Atlantic University Continuing Education offers a flexible cybersecurity programs that enable students to achieve their full potential while enjoying a great level of flexibility.
James Madison University Professional and Continuing Education cybersecurity bootcamps are suitable for students and professionals alike.
Hofstra Continuing Education is home to nationally ranked programs in online education, offers online cybersecurity bootcamp programs.
Becker College, which is recognized as one of the top online colleges in Massachusetts (according to SR Education Group), is also proud to offer online cybersecurity bootcamp programs.
CSU Pueblo Extended Studies offers non-credit, certificate bearing cybersecurity bootcamp programs.
NEIU CAPE offers 6-9 months online bootcamps, covers a dynamic curriculum that is tailored to prepare you for real-world problems
Cybersecurity students will be prepared for industry-leading certifications in Cybersecurity, including CompTIA, CySA+, PenTest+, Security+, Network+, A+, and CEH.
Develop skills applicable to cybersecurity certifications such as the CompTIA CSA+, A+, Security+, Network+ and Certified Ethical Hacking (CEH).
|Job Title||Average Salary|
|Information Security Analyst||$93,310 per annum|
|IT Security Specialist||$105,979 per annum|
|Network Security Engineer||$114,097 per annum|
Cybersecurity is a very vast field that includes multiple job roles that are connected to information security, IT security, network security, data security and much more. Some roles will require a hybrid of these areas to look after, and some are more specific depending on the organizations’ needs. Salaries are mostly on the higher end when it comes to overall information security career path.
Information security and cyber security professionals are becoming more in-demand as customers and end-users become increasingly tech savvy. The number of professionals with global demand in information security is around 8 million and we’re short by nearly 40% of that number. This means, for at least five to ten years to come, cybersecurity professionals are going to remain in hefty demand. Most cyber security positions require a bachelor’s degree and about 30% require a certification. Many employers now accept proof of graduating from a cybersecurity bootcamp instead of a degree but still require a certification. The following are a few job roles you may expect to get in once you graduate as a cybersecurity professional.
Cybersecurity skills begin with strengthening the security fundamentals of hardware and operating system, but it is equally critical to have a deep level understanding of networking and overall security fundamentals. Python programming language is also one of the most desired skills set for cybersecurity professionals, not to mention the ethical hacking and penetration testing abilities. We researched and concluded a set of certifications that can prepare an amateur to become a cybersecurity expert. Our partner universities offer the following certification preparation training:
Like in every other field, a bachelor’s degree will provide an edge to the graduates in the field of cybersecurity. However, due to the rapidly changing dynamics of information security, only a bachelor’s degree is not enough for professionals to cope up with the ever-evolving threat landscape. Today, some of the major IT vendors are providing recognized certifications to validate the skills of candidates, and even without a degree, short-term but rigorous bootcamps can prepare students and professionals for these certification exams, passing which can get them reputable, high paying jobs in the market. This means, that even if one does not have a four-year degree, cybersecurity training can help achieve these certifications, which are living proofs of their abilities and achievement in professional education in the field of cybersecurity, guaranteeing them to be capable cybersecurity experts. Our bootcamps will prepare candidates with theoretical knowledge, practical skills, and real-world problem-solving exposure to prepare them for the latest jobs and certification exam.
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