In the program's immersive environment and supportive community, you'll learn from world class cybersecurity educators, with a curriculum informed by the explicit needs of hiring companies. The program offers personalized attention and job placement support, and tuition assistance is still available for our next cohort (learn more about qualifying for 75% off your tuition below).
In this course, you will:
- Participate in a virtual simulation of a company with real-world tasks and exercises in an on-the-job training environment
- Enjoy live online interactions with faculty and fellow students
- Gain skills to hit the ground running in an entry-level cybersecurity career
Skills you will learn:
- Windows Fundamentals
- Linux/Unix Fundamentals
- IT Support Fundamentals
- Security Management & Compliance Fundamentals
- Security Event Triage
- Introductory Computer Forensics
- SIEM Tools for Detection and Response
- Cloud Security Fundamentals
- DevOps and Continuous Integration
- Vulnerability and Risk Assessment
- Information Systems Auditing & Compliance
- Project Management
Cybersecurity Tools you will learn to use:
Ansible | Active Directory | pfSense | VyOS | Open VAS | Sparta | Metasploit | Ryslog | Elastic Stack | Splunk | OSSEC | Snort | Zeek | GRR | Rekall | OWASP‑ZAP | Nikto | Vega | Burp Suite | GIT Ci/CD | Docker
The RIT/NTID Cybersecurity Bootcamp will prepare you to enter the cybersecurity field in positions such as:
- Cyber technician
- Information Security Specialist
- Cyber incident responder
- Disaster Recovery Analyst
When you complete the program and pass a skills-based assessment, you will receive an RIT Global Cybersecurity Institute Cybersecurity Bootcamp Certificate. The bootcamp includes activities to help you prepare for industry-standard certifications, including CompTIA Security+ and Cybersecurity First Responder. Bootcamp graduates will receive two vouchers to take the exams for these industry certifications.
In addition, a new apprenticeship program will be available to top deaf and hard-of-hearing graduates of this bootcamp.
We are looking for motivated learners who are able to commit the time and effort needed to be successful in this course. To be considered for acceptance into this bootcamp, you must:
- Have a high school diploma or equivalent.
- Demonstrate the ability to read and write standard English in a professional setting.
- Complete an application form that includes questions on why you want to take this course.
- Provide a verifiable audiogram indicating severe-to-profound hearing loss.
- Be non-matriculated (not taking classes).
- Complete an aptitude test.
- Participate in a scheduled interview with the RIT Cybersecurity Bootcamp team.
NTID is offering scholarships to all accepted deaf or hard-of-hearing individuals to cover 75% of the $10,000 bootcamp fee. Applicants will be notified of scholarship awards once they are accepted into the program. Deaf and hard-of-hearing individuals interested in qualifying for a scholarship may submit a scholarship application (note: you must apply for the bootcamp first).
The deadline to apply for this bootcamp will be November 28, 2022.
To learn more about the RIT GCI Cybersecurity Bootcamp, visit the GCI Cybersecurity Bootcamp website. Stay connected with us for more updates.
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