entry-level positions starting at $40 an hour to protect peoples’ information

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Cyber Security

An intensive and immersive 5-6 month bootcamp to prepare students for a successful career as a Cyber Security Engineer. No experience needed.

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Metasploit

Attack/Exploit

Burp Suite

Wireshark

SIEM

Red team/Blue team

Vulnerability Assessment

Penetration Test

Incident Response

an opportunity to protect companies and organizations of all sizes from thieves and hackers

The global cybersecurity workforce is expected to reach 3.5 million by 2025.

Cybersecurity is a combination of creativity, team building, and skills that allow you to serve and protect company’s, organizations, lives, and jobs. This is done through three key concepts, analytics, GRC, and engineering. Analytics is the duty of catching threats through monitoring and analysis. GRC stands for governance, risk, and compliance. Which is utilized to create policies and create compliance standards. Lastly, engineering, the job of building and maintaining security systems. When a team performs those duties successfully, it protects information from unauthorized personnel or prohibited use.

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careers

Cyber Security Operator.
IT Security Support.
Junior Penetration Tester.
Cyber Security Specialist.
Associate Security Consultant.

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certifications

Network+            CySA+
Security+            PenTest+
Linux+                   OSWP

CYBER SECURITY curriculum

Our curriculum is structured to help students fully understand and grasp, the theories, tools, and skills of being a successful Cyber Security Specialist. We test students knowledge through projects and real-world scenarios that prepare them for the job and boost their work readiness. Instructors have a friendly approach to learning and provide 1-on-1 instructor access.

Intro
Week 0: Prior to day one of class all students must review the syllabus and orientation packet. This helps students be more prepared and gain some understanding of what is going to be expected. We also recommended all students to set goals and schedule, this helps with efficiency and procrastination.   
Fundamentals

Weeks 1-2: Students will gain the knowledge and understanding, of the core reasons why Cyber Security exist.

System Security, Identity, and Access Management
Weeks 2-4: Students will learn the what, why, how, and when to utilize these three elements of Cyber Security.
Essential Networking Concepts
Weeks 4-6: Students will gain the knowledge and understanding of the different ways computers communicate. Along with, learning the variety of devices and their required functions. 
Introduction to Attacks and Defense

Weeks 6-10: Students will learn about a variety of different attacks and defenses, even the abilities and advantages they have depending on the situation. The students will get the chance to participate in a project or activity testing their knowledge, understanding, and skills. 

Penetration Testing Concepts
Weeks 10-12: Students will learn the what, why, how, and when to utilize the concepts of these very beneficial testings.
Incident Response Lifecycle

Weeks 12-14: Students will learn the 4 main phases of this cycle and how to utilize it effectively.

Security Information and Event Management

Weeks 14-16: Students will learn everything their needs to know, and the ins and outs of how to use this security solution system, that helps save information from threats.

Labs and Activities with realistic scenarios

Weeks 16-18: Students knowledge, understanding, and skills will be tested at the highest-level, through a variety of labs, activities, and projects. This gives us a better understanding of what students need extra help.

Outro

Weeks 16-18: Our instructors will be taking the last few weeks to finish any specifics students need to understand or learn. Then they will be taking the time to polish all of the students knowledge, understanding, and skills. Once that is completed the students will be working on fine tuning their interview skills, through teaching and mock-interviews.

our application process

Step 1

Apply to Sprint QA

Tell us about your background and location. You must commit to attending all classes during 4-6 month bootcamp, doing all assignments, and be engaged.

Step 2

Quick Interview (if needed)

Our onboarding coordinator will reach out to you via email and if needed
arrange a Zoom call to help you better understand the program.

Step 3

Complete Enrollment Checklist

Once all required documents are signed and you make the first payment. We will give you access to the class portal, Slack, and syllabus. Now your
ready to SPRINT!

Ready to sprint?