LufSec is a trusted resource for cyber security training, certification and security awareness program. We offer online, live or in-person courses to support your needs.
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We provide Cybersecurity Real-World, Hands-On Skills Training
Cyber Security Training
The global cybersecurity skills gap has now grown beyond 3 million. Whether you are new to cybersecurity or have several years in the industry, this is a field where continuing education is critical to staying relevant and to keeping your career progressing forward.
Frequently Asked Questions
Your daily tasks in an entry-level role will depend on the company you’re working for. Generally, day-to-day tasks might include:
- Monitoring a SIEM tool for anomalies
- Responding to alerts and escalating where appropriate
- Checking for proper firewall configuration
- Basic penetration testing
- Preparing security incident reports
- Researching new threats and attack methods
- Automating repetitive security tasks
LufSec Security Awareness includes security awareness training, automated phishing tests, and account takeover monitoring.
The skills, practices, and technologies you’ll use as a cybersecurity professional will continue to evolve along with computer and network technology. The desire to learn, ability to problem solve, and attention to detail will serve you well in this field. Other, more technical skills and technologies to learn include:
- SIEM tools (security information and event management)
- Firewalls, Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS), and Intrusion Prevention Systems (IPS)
- Digital forensics
- Mobile device management
- Data management
- Application security development
- Audit and compliance knowledge
No, cybersecurity does not require a lot of math. But it is considered a science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) concentration, and familiarity with math will certainly get you farther as you move forward in your career.
Security professionals often calculate risk, which involves using math, statistics, and logic. Writing and understanding software code also requires some basic math. Finally, cryptography is the science of codes and encryption, and a part of cybersecurity, in which knowledge of math can help decipher and create algorithms for automated reasoning and data processing.
Many entry-level cybersecurity roles do not require programming skills, but it is an important skill for mid- and senior-level cyber security jobs.
Yes, LufSec already created dozens of customized cyber security training and the process follow this phases:
- Research and content creation
- Training delivery
It depends on the size and specific requirements but in generally it takes from 30 days to 6 months for longer trainings (40 hours).