IBM Cybersecurity Fundamentals
Skills Covered: Cybersecurity, Security Tools, Operating System Security, Windows Operating System Security, Linux Operating System Security, MacOS System Security, Cybersecurity Compliance, Virtualization, Authentication, Access Control, System Administration, CIA Triad, Endpoint Protection, Patching, Cryptography, Compliance Pitfalls, Network, Database Security, TCP/IP Framework, IP Addressing, Databases, Injection Vulnerability
ABOUT THIS PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATION
There are a growing number of exciting, well-paying jobs in today’s security industry that do not require a traditional college degree.
Throughout this professional certificate program, you will learn concepts around cybersecurity tools and processes, system administration, operating system and the basics of security compliance and industry standards.
The instructors are IBMers with a worldwide perspective. They will share the skills they need to secure IBM and its clients’ security systems.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
- The history of Cybersecurity; types and motives of cyber attacks to further your knowledge of current threats to organizations and individuals; key terminology, basic system concepts and tools as an introduction to the Cybersecurity field.
- Key cybersecurity roles in an organization, processes and examples of each process, describe the architecture, file systems, and basic commands for multiple operating systems including Windows, Mac/OS, Linux; and understand the concept of Virtualization.
- The background needed to understand the key cybersecurity compliance and industry standards. This knowledge will be important for you to learn no matter what cybersecurity role you would like to acquire or have within an organization.
- The basic commands for user and server administration as it relates to security. You will need this skill to be able to understand vulnerabilities within your organizations operating systems.
- The concepts of endpoint security and patch management and finally you will learn in depth skills around cryptography and encryption to understand how these concepts affect software within a company.
- CyberSeek.org, ranks Cybersecurity Analyst as second on a list of high demand job roles in low supply.
- The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics expects 32% hiring growth for Cybersecurity Analysts between 2018 and 2028, outpacing other roles.
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