QuickStart’s cybersecurity bootcamps features updated curriculum for 2021 that covers in-demand cybersecurity certification prep to help you become an expert cybersecurity professional. The whole bootcamp program consists of multiple value-driven learning approaches including online lectures to access anytime, practical projects to get you skilled for real-world work, industry experts meeting you regularly via Zoom sessions, and a certificate of completion from a reputable university.
Our online Cybersecurity Bootcamp launches your career in cybersecurity. Our graduates identify and solve organizations’ information systems’ security problems. You’ll learn in-demand skills to maintain firewalls, control structures, and define access rights.
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Become A Cybersecurity Professional In 24 Weeks
QuickStart’s Cybersecurity Bootcamp provides hands-on training in networking, systems, web technologies, databases, and defensive and offensive cybersecurity. In 24 weeks, you will learn methods, techniques, and best practices for accurately conveying the severity of the risks facing an organization’s security posture via on-demand courses, hands-on training, and live sessions with industry experts.
Course 1: IT Fundamentals
Course 2: Networking Fundamentals
Course 3: Security Fundamentals
Security BootCamp Hands On Project A
Course 4: Python Programming
Security BootCamp Hands On Project B
Course 5: Ethical Hacking
Security BootCamp Hands On Project C
Course 6: CompTIA Cybersecurity Analyst (CySA+) & CompTIA Pentest+
Security BootCamp Final Capstone Projects (CySA+ & Pentest+)
What You Will Learn In Cybersecurity Bootcamp
With our Cybersecurity Bootcamp, you’ll become a skilled cybersecurity professional experienced in the following areas:
Cybersecurity Bootcamp Curriculum
You’ll learn from skilled instructors and gain real-world experience by collaborating with your peers. Through hands-on learning, you’ll gain the confidence you need to break into the industry. The curriculum* dives into foundational skills for cybersecurity, including:
QuickStart offers multiple courses in cybersecurity available to both undergraduate and graduate students: foundations of privacy, secure coding, network security and management, security architecture, design, disaster recovery, social engineering, cryptography, integrated risk management, business continuity, information security policy and management, applications security and performance, and other threat prevention methodologies.
Our bootcamps include capstone projects and practice labs at the end of each of topic covered in bootcamp.
We offer industry-leading content and help students apply skills in real-world scenarios to get a taste of their future work environment.
Our bootcamps prepare students for five domains of in-demand and globally recognized CompTIA certifications, including ITF+, Network+, Security+, PenTest+ and CySA+, as well as EC-Council’s CEH certification.
After completing bootcamp, you can look forward to a highly paid career as a cybersecurity analyst, security engineer, ethical hacker, penetration tester, and cryptographers, and more.
Successfully graduating from our bootcamps requires students to pass a capstone project that will test the knowledge and skills learned throughout bootcamp.
Who Should Attend Cybersecurity Bootcamp?
Cybersecurity Bootcamp is a great option if you can commit to disciplined studying. Both college degrees and high school diplomas are acceptable prerequisites. College degrees are now overshadowed by the online coding bootcamps, since some of the tech world’s biggest employers prefer graduates who have taken a rigorous, short-term bootcamp to enhance their skill set.
Bootcamp Graduate Careers In Cybersecurity
Information security and cybersecurity 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 don’t have anywhere near that number of skilled professionals. This means, for at least 5-10 years, cybersecurity professionals are going to remain in high demand. Many employers now accept bootcamp training instead of a degree. Here are some potential job roles in cybersecurity:
Data Security Analyst
Analysts need to know every aspect of computer and network security, especially firewall administration, encryption, and network protocols. CISSP certification is definitely an asset.
$114k-$160k per annum
Systems Security Administrator
This role requires technical knowledge of data systems security protocol and hardware and software systems. You’ll also want to stay updated on security trends and government regulations.
$106k-$150k per annum
Network Security Administrator
You will need a strong technical background with knowledge of network management protocols, networking architecture, authentication practices, and security administration.
$103k-$147k per annum
Network Security Engineer
This role must translate security policies and procedures into technical architectures, while having insight on how to install, monitor, and maintain network security solutions.
$110k-$153k per annum
Information Systems Security Manager
You’ll need a technical background along with strong communication and leadership skills. It’s expected to have five or more years of security experience with industry certifications CISSP or CompTIA Security+.
$130k-$182k per annum
Chief Security Officer
Once you reach the top, you will have over 10 years of security experience and in-depth knowledge of ever changing business functions. This role requires excellent judgment and planning to maintain complex security systems.
$140k-$223k per annum
Cybersecurity is a vast field that includes information security, IT security, network security, data security, and more. Some roles require experience in two or more areas, and others require experience in one field, depending on the organizations’ needs.
Learn From The Best Instructors
Our instructors make up years of experience and knowledge which will help guide you to completing the Cybersecurity certification with ease.
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Cybersecurity Bootcamp FAQ's
Once you graduate from our bootcamp, you will qualify for many competitive jobs on the market. Our bootcamps teach you in-demand, job-ready skills in cybersecurity.
Immersive bootcamps are $7,900 and flex bootcamps are $5,100. We offer a pre pay discount or a variety of monthly installment options to cover bootcamp tuition costs.
To know the starting dates, please contact our admissions advisors and they will update you.
Students are required to have a Windows machine to attempt the labs. Our lab environment does not support the Apple M1 Chip.
If you are a working professional taking bootcamp, you can continue your professional work. This bootcamp features on-demand courses that are available online 24/7. These courses can be taken any time your schedule allows with the flexibility to learn at your own pace.
Immersive and flex bootcamps are 24 weeks long.
Yes! With our job placement services, you can get help with resume building, mock interviews, internships, job opportunities, and more! Contact our advisors today for more info!
There is no requirement of previous experience before getting enrolled in our Cybersecurity Bootcamp. The bootcamp curriculum teaches cybersecurity skills and concepts from the ground-up. Beginners and experienced professionals can enroll to strengthen their grip in various concepts.
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