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 PROFESSIONALS BOOTCAMPS

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Great Location 

Classes Held in Nashua New Hampshire- Plenty of free parking, Reasonable hotel rates and located immediately of highway.

 

Great Resources Included

Practice tests, two test vouchers ,Boson Simulators and all reading materiel 

 

Live Instructors

We provide live instructors with small class sizes. When you come to our classrooms or have us teach at your location, you will see and work with a real person not one on a video screen. We have found this to be very successful way to keep the students engaged and promote team building.

 

Remote Training

If you prefer taking classes remotely then let us work with you. We only put an average of 12 people in class which allows the instructors to help each student become successful.

 

Tutoring

All of our classes can be broken into smaller sections and students can receive tutoring sessions.Great option for only $50 per hour

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Security Professional Bootcamp 7 days New Hampshire​​

Security skills are in high demand. Earn your Comptia Security+ , Comptia Pentest+ and Cisco Cyber Ops. If you work or want to work in Security this is a great track to get started. You can take the classes remotely or live in person. Over 100 labs and many practice questions available. You will have a live instructor to teach and coach you through the certification process. Earn what you're worth call today.

 

603 879 0991 

 

Pricing 

60 hours live teaching and coaching one on one $3750

80 hours with class no larger then 4 people $2200

80 hours with 6 to 12 people in class $1500

Testing fees are added on extra based on customer choice

 

What you will learn 

 

  • Identify the fundamental components of information security.

  • Analyze risk.

  • Identify various threats to information security.

  • Conduct security assessments to detect vulnerabilities.

  • Implement security for hosts and software.

  • Implement security for networks.

  • Manage identity and access.

  • Implement cryptographic solutions in the organization.

  • Implement security at the operational level.

  • Address security incidents.

  • Ensure the continuity of business operations in the event of an incident.

  • Plan and scope penetration tests.

  • Conduct passive reconnaissance.

  • Perform non-technical tests to gather information.

  • Conduct active reconnaissance.

  • Analyze vulnerabilities.

  • Penetrate networks.

  • Exploit host-based vulnerabilities.

  • Test applications.

  • Complete post-exploit tasks.

  • Analyze and report pen test results.

  • Networking concepts

  • Security concepts

  • Cryptography

  • Host Based analysis

  • Security monitoring

  • Attack methods

  • Linux Security

  • WIndows Security 

  • Access Control list

  • Vlans

  • Firewalls 

  • Cloud and mobile security 

  • and much more. 

 

 

Job Outlook 

Many factors can affect pay and benefits such as experience. location and education. This research below is provided by the Burea of statics but the higher pay brackets should only be considered a future possibility after you have gained years of experience and education. 

Information Security Analysts

Percent change in employment, projected 2016-26

 

Information security analysts

28%

 

Computer occupations

13%

 

Total, all occupations

7%

 

Note: All Occupations includes all occupations in the U.S. Economy.

Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Employment Projections program

 

Employment of information security analysts is projected to grow 28 percent from 2016 to 2026, much faster than the average for all occupations.

 

Demand for information security analysts is expected to be very high. Cyberattacks have grown in frequency, and analysts will be needed to come up with innovative solutions to prevent hackers from stealing critical information or creating problems for computer networks.

 

Banks and financial institutions, as well as other types of corporations, will need to increase their information security capabilities in the face of growing cybersecurity threats. In addition, as the healthcare industry expands its use of electronic medical records, ensuring patients’ privacy and protecting personal data are becoming more important. More information security analysts are likely to be needed to create the safeguards that will satisfy patients’ concerns.

 

Employment of information security analysts is projected to grow 56 percent in computer systems design and related services from 2016 to 2026. The increasing adoption of cloud services by small and medium-sized businesses and a rise in cybersecurity threats will create demand for managed security services providers in this industry. For more information go to 

 

https://www.bls.gov/ooh/computer-and-information-technology/information-security-analysts.htm#tab-6

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436 Amherst street , Nashua, NH 03063, USA

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