Big Data Needs Big Protection
Ninety percent of the world’s data has been created in just the last two years. As computer networks grow, so too does the information that needs protection. Trilogy’s Cybersecurity Boot Camp teaches the skills required for high-growth careers in information security.

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Introducing the Cyber Security Boot Camp.

The 24-week Cybersecurity and Networking Boot Camp is a part-time program that equips students with the fundamentals of IT networking and modern information security. Throughout the programs, students gain experience with a host of tools such as Wireshark, Kali Linux, Metasploit, Burp Suite, and more. Students also receive training towards certifications such as the Security+, Network+, and CISSP, which greatly enhances desirability and employability in today’s job market.

Explore the Curriculum

  • Module 1 (Week 1-5)
    Intro to Computing, Networking, and Programming
    Take the first steps to becoming a hacker! In this module, we’ll cover the basics of computers, the basics of programming, and networking fundamentals. Students learn to analyze data in Python, and analyze network traffic at the packet level with Wireshark.

    What You’ll Learn

    • Python programming
    • Wireshare
    • Network monitoring
    • Data analysis
    • Network protocols
    • TCP/IP
    • HTTP



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  • Module 2 (Week 6-7)
    Network+ Certification Prep
    After gaining a foundation in the fundamentals of networking and programming, students will have two weeks to focus exclusively on the material tested by the Network+ exam, and practice test-specific skills, such as strategies for approaching multiple-choice questions.

    What You’ll Learn

    • Network technologies
    • Managing networks
    • Network topologies
    • Monitoring networks
    • Network admin tools
    • Network security devices
    • Firewalls
    • Threat mitigation



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  • Module 3 (Week 8-15)
    Systems, Network, and Browser Security
    This module contains most of the curriculum’s advanced technical content, and will introduce students to fundamental concerns in operating systems, network, and web application security. Students will also gain experience making policy recommendations to management to help ensure security at the organizational level.

    What You’ll Learn

    • Identifying common vulnerabilities
    • Low-level security exploits
    • Rootkits and bootkits
    • Network attacks
    • Malware delivery methodologies
    • Malware detection techniques



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  • Module 4 (Week 16-17)
    Penetration Testing and Threat Hunting
    This module introduces students to penetration testing, or the practice of actively probing applications for vulnerabilities by attempting to exploit them. They will also gain experience with threat hunting, which is the practice of exploring data to gain insight into attack patterns and possibilities.

    What You’ll Learn

    • Burp Suite
    • Metasploit
    • Kali Linux
    • Wireshark
    • Vulnerability scanners
    • Risk analysis
    • Preventative measures



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  • Module 5 (Week 18-19)
    Security+ Certification Prep
    After exploring penetration testing, students will spend two weeks focusing their studies on materials and strategies for the Security+ exam.

    What You’ll Learn

    • Network security
    • Compliance
    • Operational security
    • Access control
    • Identity management
    • Cryptography



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  • Module 6 (Week 20-22)
    Strategy, Governance, and Risk Analysis
    In this module, students will learn how modern cybersecurity practice intersects with management, leadership, and policy-making.

    What You’ll Learn

    • Data and host security
    • Defining security policies
    • Deploying security policies
    • Performing and analyzing risk analysis



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  • Module 7 (Week 23-24)
    CISSP Certification Prep
    In the final two weeks of the program, students will focus on studying and practicing for one of the industry’s premiere certifications: The CISSP.

    What You’ll Learn

    • Risk management
    • Asset security
    • Access management
    • Security operations
    • Security auditing



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Companies have Real Problems

Students in the Cybersecurity Boot Camp work on real projects to solve them.

Achieving a high-growth career in cybersecurity requires that students be able to apply knowledge to real world problems. Trilogy’s curriculum emphasizes in-depth exploratory labs, ranging from building malware classification programs to attacking and securing a vulnerable web application.

Sample Projects

Network Analysis &
Troubleshooting

 

Data Driven Security Analysis:

Identifying Suspicous
Login/Request Patterns

 

Attacking a
Web Application

 

Cracking and Securing
Password-Protected Data

 

Automated
Penetration Testing

 

Digital Forensics

 

Go on… Crack the Code to
Your Students’ Career Potential

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