Start Your Career in Cyber Security, Tuition is Covered. For committed candidates, there is no cost. For candidates who voluntarily leave training early, decline to interview, or turn down the job offer, they may be held accountable for cost of training

An intensive online course to prepare you for a successful career as a cyber security analyst.

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Through our cyber security program, you’ll learn about the importance of cyber security, master many in-demand techniques, and build day 1 ready skills. In 12 weeks or less, you’ll take part in 10 courses designed to offer you real-world experience.


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Life as a cyber security analyst:

A cyber security career could take you anywhere. Since network security and information security are vital to any business operating online, the demand for jobs in this field has skyrocketed. Potential careers range from security engineers to information security analysts. You’ll be responsible for making sure critical infrastructure stays online so that sensitive information can be protected. You’ll be the first line of defense for your company.

How the Program Works

There are 16 cyber security courses in our program, which can be completed in 12 weeks or less. This means you’ll be prepared to work within 3 months, making ours one of the fastest programs on the market.

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 Cyber security is the practice of defending computers, servers, and networks from online threats, such as malware, phishing, and cyberterrorism.

Starting your career has never been easier thanks to our tuition free online cyber security courses with certification. Learn cybersecurity skills and get your cybersecurity certification in as little as 8 weeks. In addition, our partnered companies can help you land a job in the field. Possible jobs range from certified information security manager to incident responder, penetration tester or Security Operations Center (SOC) Analyst.
Finding the right education is key. Computer science is traditionally a complex topic, but as long as you have the right teacher, it can be simplified. Apprentice Now is dedicated to making its opportunities open to everyone, regardless of their skill level. If you’re wanting to start from scratch, we’re here to help.

By submitting this form, you’ll be on your way to getting a professional certificate and landing a job in the industry. 

Windows/Unix/Linux, Active Directory, Powershell and Bash, Developer Tools, Wireshark, AWS & Azure, Docker, Kubernetes, Network Scanners ( nMap, and DB Scanners) and SQLmap are all used.
Yes! Your training will be sponsored by the employer who intends to hire you after successful completion! Since our seats are limited and we want to ensure they are used for committed and serious candidates only, so some conditions apply. This is the Tuition-Free opportunity you’ve been waiting for!
Computer Fundamentals, Introduction to Cyber Security, Identity and Access Management, Cryptography, Data Security, Infra Security, ITIL Overview, Intro to Unix, Active Directory and Powershell, Security Operations, Cloud Security, Container Security, Application Security, Vulnerability Management, Governance, Risk & Compliance, and DevSecOps – some of the best cyber security courses available online today – are all part of the program.

No, ApprenticeNow’s employer partners do not require prior cybersecurity education or training. Why wait four years to get a degree when you can start working, earning and gaining experience in as little as 8 weeks.

No, it’s far more than that. Apprentice Now partners with companies to give you real-world training and the opportunity to get hired. The format of the pre-employment training is similar to a bootcamp, but the scope of what you’ll learn is much greater with our program, and our programs lead towards employment with our partners, offering valuable work experience.
The responsibilities of an analyst depends on the role that they serve within the industry. Duties may include security incident management, proxy server support, vulnerability assessment, penetration testing, alerts and log monitoring, health checks, reporting, application deployment, security patching, securing sensitive data, and IAM.
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