Certified Cybersecurity Professional

  • START DATE
    3rd August 2020
  • COURSE DURATION
    6 month course
  • SUBJECTS
    CompTIA A+, Network+, Security+
  • MODE
    100% online learning
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Everything you need to launch your IT career and develop your technical problem-solving skills.

Launch your career in cybersecurity

Our Certified Cybersecurity Professional course will prepare you for a career in an industry with 0% unemployment. This interactive online course will take you from zero industry experience to a job ready, front line Cybersecurity Analyst in less than six months.

The course includes three certifications from CompTIA, certifications which are accredited by International Organisation for Standardisation and the American National Standards Institute (ISO/ANSI). Please note, this program is not accredited under the Australian Qualifications Framework – Head to courses to view AIICT’s Nationally Accredited Qualifications.

INNOVATE THE IT WORLD WITH THE AIICT

FLEXIBLE STUDY, DESIGNED AROUND YOU
Study your way, wherever you are. If you have a working computer with internet connection, you have a classroom.
INDUSTRY PARTNER PROGRAM
On course completion, we’ll connect you with potential employers via our Industry Partner Program.
ACCESS TO SKILLSOFT LEARNING
Gain unlimited access to the global leader in online video training, Skillsoft Learning.

Career opportunities

Cybersecurity Analyst

Cybersecurity Analysts plan and carry out security measures to protect a company’s computer networks and systems. They keep constant tabs on threats and monitor their organisation’s networks for any breaches in security. The course prepares you for a role as a front line Cybersecurity Analyst. This role in an organisation will give you the best experience to ultimately choose your pathway to develop your career specialisation.The average salary for a Cyber Security Analyst in Australia is AU$76,824

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Ethical Hacker

Using the same tactics and tools as malicious hackers (or “black hat” hackers), “ethical” hackers break into a business’ network systems, pinpointing its vulnerabilities and weaknesses in order to fix them before they’re left vulnerable to criminal intent. Those working in ICT security can expect industry growth in the coming years, with an expected increase of 43,900 workers in 2018 to 47,300 by 2023. The average salary for a Cybersecurity Analyst in Australia is AU$77,000.

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Penetration Tester

Penetration testers fall under the category of “ethical hackers”. In contrast to the latter’s broad spectrum of tasks, however, penetration testers are focused on assessing the security measures of a specific area in a business’ network. They have acute skills in executing a wide range of hacking methodologies; along with the purpose of each, and how and when to implement them. The average salary for a Penetration Tester in Australia is AU$77,000.

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