Cybersecurity for Beginners eBook

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How you can start a career in Cybersecurity with no experience

Download our free guide to learn the best way to launch your career in cybersecurity without wasting time and money on programs that are ineffective. Find out what employers want, including what type of certifications (and which ones!) you need to get started. Learn about government grants that could pay for everything you need.

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topics Covered

What Little-Known Government Regulation You Must Be familiar With to Enter This Career

The DOD 8140/8570 regulation says that if you might have access to government data then you MUST have at least one of the certifications they have listed for that position. This is why certifications are so important. Many companies, even those who will never do business with the government, won't even look at your application if youa re not certified.

Average Salary

Did you know that according to Ziprecruiter, as of February 20th, 2021, the average salary for cybersecurity in the United States is $112,974 a year?

Job Demand

Did you know that according to Cyberseek, there are over 500,000 job openings in this field in the US?

What employers want

Did you know that according to a recent salary survey, that 70% of cybersecurity workers said certifications were the most important for their career and only 10% said a college degree?

Ultimate Guide to Cybersecurity Certifications

You will learn

The Ultimate Guide to Cybersecurity Certifications

Frequently Asked Questions

Most frequent questions and answers

Can I really get a job in this field with no experience?

Employers don’t have a choice. With over 500,000 job openings and the supply of qualified workers being very low, they absolutely will hire applicants as long as you are certified.

 

How quickly can I get trained?

The training can be completed in as little as 5 weeks (10 weeks if you go at night). The training will be intense, but this way we can go to work faster to help you get placed.

Why are certifications so important?

Some jobs have a legal requirement. If you work in a position where you might have access to government data, then you are required by law to have at least one of the certifications they have listed. Many companies, even those who will never do business with the government, are copycats and ask for the same certifications for their open positions.

Are there any grants that will help?

Yes, there are federal grants that can assist you if you are unemployed or under-employed. There are other, no-risk options available.

Clients say

He was very instrumental in helping me determine my educational path. I gave him my list of career and training objectives. He charted my options and identified advantages for each course available. He also explained the career potential for each class. His guidance contributed to my finding my new job. (Thank you! Thank you!)He

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Ronni Jones

I met him at a job fair. He told me about the PMP program and grants available in the area. I have thought about attaining my PMP in the past with professional and volunteer projects. He was a great coach. He knew what skills were needed in the market and the best classes to take. He even let me know the best instructors to ensure my success. The PMP training is one of the best training that I received.

Jennifer Smith

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