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Overview

Become a Cybersecurity Professional

Discover the skills to ensure data privacy and security, leading you to rewarding careers as:

  • Cybersecurity Analyst
  • Network Security Engineer
  • Information Security Specialist

 

  • Explore Industry-standard practices and hands-on learning in the field
  • Gain confidence and competence in tackling cybersecurity challenges.
  • Learn to protect vital information systems from ever-evolving threats.
  • Equipped with the knowledge and skills needed for success in the field.

You’ll learn the tools and languages professionals use, like:

NMAP
Linux
PowerShell
Metasploit
Wireshark
Learning Schedule

Learning schedules that align with your lifestyle and career goals

Fully online, project-based curriculum

Comprehensive lab guides and virtual environments tailored to all skill levels.

Receive the official CompTIA Security+ exam prep materials and test voucher

Part-time:: 25+ hours a week

Flex: Self-paced 6 month access

Curriculum

What you’ll learn in this Cybersecurity bootcamp

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Preferred Learning schedule:

Systems and Network Security (40 hours)

Students will gain the ability to secure both individual systems and networked devices, learning about firewalls, intrusion detection systems (IDS), and intrusion prevention systems (IPS), alongside network segmentation strategies.

Key Elements of the module include:

  • Firewalls: Understand the role and functionality of firewalls in protecting network security.
  • Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS): Learn how IDS works to detect unauthorized access or malicious activities within a network.
  • Intrusion Prevention Systems (IPS): Explore the mechanisms of IPS in actively preventing security breaches by blocking or filtering malicious traffic.
  • Network Segmentation Strategies: Discover techniques for dividing networks into smaller, more secure segments to enhance overall security posture.

Cyber Tools and Technologies (40 hours)

The course introduces various cybersecurity tools such as SIEM (Security Information and Event Management), vulnerability scanners, and network sniffers, which are essential for identifying, analyzing, and mitigating cyber threats.

Key Elements of the module include:

  • SIEM (Security Information and Event Management): Explore the functionalities of SIEM tools in collecting, analyzing, and managing security-related data to detect and respond to threats.
  • Vulnerability Scanners: Learn how vulnerability scanning tools identify weaknesses and potential security flaws within systems, applications, or networks.
  • Network Sniffers: Understand the capabilities of network sniffing tools in capturing and analyzing network traffic for security monitoring and analysis purposes.
  • Cyber Threat Mitigation: Discover techniques and strategies for using cybersecurity tools effectively to mitigate various cyber threats and enhance overall security defenses.

Cryptography (40 hours)

With hands-on labs on Cryptographic Solutions, students will learn about the implementation and management of cryptographic systems, including symmetric and asymmetric encryption, hashing algorithms, and digital signatures, ensuring data integrity and confidentiality.

Key Elements of the module include:

  • Symmetric Encryption: Gain an understanding of symmetric encryption techniques and their role in securing data through shared keys for encryption and decryption.
  • Asymmetric Encryption: Explore the concepts of asymmetric encryption, where separate keys are used for encryption and decryption, facilitating secure communication and key exchange.
  • Hashing Algorithms: Learn about hashing algorithms and their application in creating fixed-size hashes or message digests, crucial for verifying data integrity and securely storing passwords.
  • Digital Signatures: Understand the principles behind digital signatures, which provide authentication, integrity, and non-repudiation for digital documents or transactions, ensuring their authenticity and integrity.

Incident Response (40 hours)

The ability to effectively respond to cyber incidents is crucial. This includes understanding the phases of incident response, from preparation and detection to containment, eradication, and recovery.

Key Elements of the module include:

  • Preparation Phase: Learn how to prepare for cyber incidents by establishing incident response plans, procedures, and teams, as well as implementing necessary tools and resources.
  • Detection Phase: Understand techniques and technologies for detecting cyber incidents promptly, including monitoring systems, analyzing logs, and implementing intrusion detection systems.
  • Containment and Eradication Phases: Explore strategies for containing and eradicating cyber threats to prevent further damage and restore affected systems or networks to a secure state.
  • Recovery Phase: Discover methods for recovering from cyber incidents, including data restoration, system reconfiguration, and post-incident analysis to strengthen defenses and prevent future incidents.

Risk Management (40 hours)

Students learn to identify, analyze, and mitigate risks associated with cyber threats, aligning with best practices and standards. This includes developing risk assessment methodologies and creating risk management plans.

Key Elements of the module include:

  • Risk Identification: Understand how to identify potential risks associated with cyber threats by assessing vulnerabilities, assets, and potential impacts on the organization.
  • Risk Analysis: Learn techniques for analyzing identified risks, including probability and impact assessments, to prioritize and assess the level of risk posed to the organization.
  • Risk Mitigation: Explore strategies and methods for mitigating identified risks, such as implementing security controls, policies, and procedures to reduce vulnerabilities and potential impacts.
  • Risk Management Planning: Develop skills in creating comprehensive risk management plans, including risk assessment methodologies, risk treatment strategies, and ongoing monitoring and review processes to ensure effective risk management practices.

Application and Web Security (40 hours)

This covers securing web applications from common vulnerabilities such as SQL injection, cross-site scripting (XSS), and cross-site request forgery (CSRF), alongside understanding secure coding practices.

Key Elements of the module include:

  • SQL Injection Prevention: Learn techniques to protect web applications from SQL injection attacks, which exploit vulnerabilities in database query mechanisms.
  • Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) Mitigation: Understand how to mitigate XSS vulnerabilities, which allow attackers to inject malicious scripts into web pages viewed by other users.
  • Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF) Defense: Explore methods for preventing CSRF attacks, where unauthorized commands are transmitted from a user that the web application trusts.
  • Secure Coding Practices: Gain insights into best practices for secure coding, including input validation, output encoding, authentication, and authorization, to develop resilient and secure web applications.

Cloud Security (40 hours)

With cloud computing becoming ubiquitous, understanding cloud security frameworks, cloud access security brokers (CASBs), and best practices for securing cloud environments is essential.

Key Elements of the module include:

  • Cloud Security Frameworks: Learn about established frameworks such as the Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) Cloud Controls Matrix (CCM) and the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Cloud Computing Security Reference Architecture (CCSRA) to guide cloud security efforts.
  • Cloud Access Security Brokers (CASBs): Understand the role of CASBs in providing visibility, control, and security for cloud applications and data, including features such as data loss prevention (DLP), access control, and encryption.
  • Best Practices for Securing Cloud Environments: Explore best practices for securing various aspects of cloud environments, including identity and access management (IAM), data encryption, network security, and compliance monitoring.
  • Cloud Security Management: Gain insights into strategies for managing and maintaining security in cloud environments, including continuous monitoring, incident response, and adherence to regulatory requirements and industry standards.

Mobile Security (40 hours)

Students will learn about the unique challenges of securing mobile devices and applications, including mobile device management (MDM) and mobile application security.

Key Elements of the module include:

  • Mobile Device Management (MDM): Explore techniques and tools for managing and securing mobile devices within an organization, including device enrollment, configuration management, and remote wipe capabilities.
  • Mobile Application Security: Learn about the specific security considerations and best practices for developing, deploying, and securing mobile applications, including secure coding practices, encryption, and authentication mechanisms.
  • Threats and Vulnerabilities: Understand the unique threats and vulnerabilities facing mobile devices and applications, such as malware, data leakage, and unauthorized access, and strategies for mitigating these risks.
  • Compliance and Regulation: Gain insights into regulatory requirements and industry standards relevant to mobile security, such as GDPR, HIPAA, and PCI DSS, and how to ensure compliance while securing mobile devices and applications.

Security Policies and Standards (40 hours)

Understanding and implementing security policies and compliance standards such as ISO 27001, NIST frameworks, and GDPR is critical for maintaining organizational security posture.

Key Elements of the module include:

  • ISO 27001: Learn about the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) 27001 standard, which provides a framework for establishing, implementing, maintaining, and continually improving an information security management system (ISMS).
  • NIST Frameworks: Explore the cybersecurity frameworks developed by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), such as the Cybersecurity Framework (CSF) and Special Publication (SP) series, which provide guidelines and best practices for managing cybersecurity risks.
  • GDPR Compliance: Understand the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) requirements and principles related to the protection of personal data, including data subjects’ rights, data processing procedures, and data breach notification requirements.
  • Security Policy Implementation: Gain insights into developing, implementing, and enforcing security policies within an organization, including policies related to access control, data classification, incident response, and employee training and awareness.
  • Systems and Network Security

    Systems and Network Security (40 hours)

    Students will gain the ability to secure both individual systems and networked devices, learning about firewalls, intrusion detection systems (IDS), and intrusion prevention systems (IPS), alongside network segmentation strategies.

    Key Elements of the module include:

    • Firewalls: Understand the role and functionality of firewalls in protecting network security.
    • Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS): Learn how IDS works to detect unauthorized access or malicious activities within a network.
    • Intrusion Prevention Systems (IPS): Explore the mechanisms of IPS in actively preventing security breaches by blocking or filtering malicious traffic.
    • Network Segmentation Strategies: Discover techniques for dividing networks into smaller, more secure segments to enhance overall security posture.
  • Cyber Tools and Technologies

    Cyber Tools and Technologies (40 hours)

    The course introduces various cybersecurity tools such as SIEM (Security Information and Event Management), vulnerability scanners, and network sniffers, which are essential for identifying, analyzing, and mitigating cyber threats.

    Key Elements of the module include:

    • SIEM (Security Information and Event Management): Explore the functionalities of SIEM tools in collecting, analyzing, and managing security-related data to detect and respond to threats.
    • Vulnerability Scanners: Learn how vulnerability scanning tools identify weaknesses and potential security flaws within systems, applications, or networks.
    • Network Sniffers: Understand the capabilities of network sniffing tools in capturing and analyzing network traffic for security monitoring and analysis purposes.
    • Cyber Threat Mitigation: Discover techniques and strategies for using cybersecurity tools effectively to mitigate various cyber threats and enhance overall security defenses.
  • Cryptography

    Cryptography (40 hours)

    With hands-on labs on Cryptographic Solutions, students will learn about the implementation and management of cryptographic systems, including symmetric and asymmetric encryption, hashing algorithms, and digital signatures, ensuring data integrity and confidentiality.

    Key Elements of the module include:

    • Symmetric Encryption: Gain an understanding of symmetric encryption techniques and their role in securing data through shared keys for encryption and decryption.
    • Asymmetric Encryption: Explore the concepts of asymmetric encryption, where separate keys are used for encryption and decryption, facilitating secure communication and key exchange.
    • Hashing Algorithms: Learn about hashing algorithms and their application in creating fixed-size hashes or message digests, crucial for verifying data integrity and securely storing passwords.
    • Digital Signatures: Understand the principles behind digital signatures, which provide authentication, integrity, and non-repudiation for digital documents or transactions, ensuring their authenticity and integrity.
  • Incident Response

    Incident Response (40 hours)

    The ability to effectively respond to cyber incidents is crucial. This includes understanding the phases of incident response, from preparation and detection to containment, eradication, and recovery.

    Key Elements of the module include:

    • Preparation Phase: Learn how to prepare for cyber incidents by establishing incident response plans, procedures, and teams, as well as implementing necessary tools and resources.
    • Detection Phase: Understand techniques and technologies for detecting cyber incidents promptly, including monitoring systems, analyzing logs, and implementing intrusion detection systems.
    • Containment and Eradication Phases: Explore strategies for containing and eradicating cyber threats to prevent further damage and restore affected systems or networks to a secure state.
    • Recovery Phase: Discover methods for recovering from cyber incidents, including data restoration, system reconfiguration, and post-incident analysis to strengthen defenses and prevent future incidents.
  • Risk Management

    Risk Management (40 hours)

    Students learn to identify, analyze, and mitigate risks associated with cyber threats, aligning with best practices and standards. This includes developing risk assessment methodologies and creating risk management plans.

    Key Elements of the module include:

    • Risk Identification: Understand how to identify potential risks associated with cyber threats by assessing vulnerabilities, assets, and potential impacts on the organization.
    • Risk Analysis: Learn techniques for analyzing identified risks, including probability and impact assessments, to prioritize and assess the level of risk posed to the organization.
    • Risk Mitigation: Explore strategies and methods for mitigating identified risks, such as implementing security controls, policies, and procedures to reduce vulnerabilities and potential impacts.
    • Risk Management Planning: Develop skills in creating comprehensive risk management plans, including risk assessment methodologies, risk treatment strategies, and ongoing monitoring and review processes to ensure effective risk management practices.
  • Application and Web Security

    Application and Web Security (40 hours)

    This covers securing web applications from common vulnerabilities such as SQL injection, cross-site scripting (XSS), and cross-site request forgery (CSRF), alongside understanding secure coding practices.

    Key Elements of the module include:

    • SQL Injection Prevention: Learn techniques to protect web applications from SQL injection attacks, which exploit vulnerabilities in database query mechanisms.
    • Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) Mitigation: Understand how to mitigate XSS vulnerabilities, which allow attackers to inject malicious scripts into web pages viewed by other users.
    • Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF) Defense: Explore methods for preventing CSRF attacks, where unauthorized commands are transmitted from a user that the web application trusts.
    • Secure Coding Practices: Gain insights into best practices for secure coding, including input validation, output encoding, authentication, and authorization, to develop resilient and secure web applications.
  • Cloud Security

    Cloud Security (40 hours)

    With cloud computing becoming ubiquitous, understanding cloud security frameworks, cloud access security brokers (CASBs), and best practices for securing cloud environments is essential.

    Key Elements of the module include:

    • Cloud Security Frameworks: Learn about established frameworks such as the Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) Cloud Controls Matrix (CCM) and the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Cloud Computing Security Reference Architecture (CCSRA) to guide cloud security efforts.
    • Cloud Access Security Brokers (CASBs): Understand the role of CASBs in providing visibility, control, and security for cloud applications and data, including features such as data loss prevention (DLP), access control, and encryption.
    • Best Practices for Securing Cloud Environments: Explore best practices for securing various aspects of cloud environments, including identity and access management (IAM), data encryption, network security, and compliance monitoring.
    • Cloud Security Management: Gain insights into strategies for managing and maintaining security in cloud environments, including continuous monitoring, incident response, and adherence to regulatory requirements and industry standards.
  • Mobile Security

    Mobile Security (40 hours)

    Students will learn about the unique challenges of securing mobile devices and applications, including mobile device management (MDM) and mobile application security.

    Key Elements of the module include:

    • Mobile Device Management (MDM): Explore techniques and tools for managing and securing mobile devices within an organization, including device enrollment, configuration management, and remote wipe capabilities.
    • Mobile Application Security: Learn about the specific security considerations and best practices for developing, deploying, and securing mobile applications, including secure coding practices, encryption, and authentication mechanisms.
    • Threats and Vulnerabilities: Understand the unique threats and vulnerabilities facing mobile devices and applications, such as malware, data leakage, and unauthorized access, and strategies for mitigating these risks.
    • Compliance and Regulation: Gain insights into regulatory requirements and industry standards relevant to mobile security, such as GDPR, HIPAA, and PCI DSS, and how to ensure compliance while securing mobile devices and applications.
  • Security Policies and Standards

    Security Policies and Standards (40 hours)

    Understanding and implementing security policies and compliance standards such as ISO 27001, NIST frameworks, and GDPR is critical for maintaining organizational security posture.

    Key Elements of the module include:

    • ISO 27001: Learn about the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) 27001 standard, which provides a framework for establishing, implementing, maintaining, and continually improving an information security management system (ISMS).
    • NIST Frameworks: Explore the cybersecurity frameworks developed by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), such as the Cybersecurity Framework (CSF) and Special Publication (SP) series, which provide guidelines and best practices for managing cybersecurity risks.
    • GDPR Compliance: Understand the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) requirements and principles related to the protection of personal data, including data subjects’ rights, data processing procedures, and data breach notification requirements.
    • Security Policy Implementation: Gain insights into developing, implementing, and enforcing security policies within an organization, including policies related to access control, data classification, incident response, and employee training and awareness.

Here’s why students choose Coding Temple

Dylan and Christian created a collaborative and inspiring learning environment. Their supportive and interactive teaching style significantly enhanced the in-class experience, making the intensive learning process not just bearable, but utterly enjoyable.

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Oackland T.

I had an incredible experience at Coding Temple. The instructors (Flex team—Brandt, Donovan, and Saint) were not only highly knowledgeable but also incredibly supportive and always available to provide guidance. Their continuous feedback and reassurance boosted my confidence and made me feel like I was making great progress.

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Melibeth M.

I’ve always been intrigued to learn coding and to chance to work remotely. I chose Coding Temple based on the review and now, I can say that was a best choice!    I did the self-paced program and did my lessons and assignments and projects at my own pace-that was the beauty of it.

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Melisse Z.

I was still in my senior year of highschool, but I wanted a head start on my career! Coding Temple made that possible with their flex/self-paced schedule! With this I was able to complete lessons on time whenever it was convenient! Though the work was challenging and humbling, I had the help of fellow peers and instructors who I got to know very well, helping me with whatever issues one may face with code or issues with payment/deadlines! The experience is something that I will never forget and am forever grateful to have taken part in!

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Augustine T.

Coding Temple exceeded my expectations and left me feeling well-equipped for my career in coding. I highly recommend it to anyone seeking to dive into the world of software development or looking to enhance their existing skills. I had fun learning from my instructors, who were always happy to help when I was stuck and willing to explain things in different ways if needed. They made learning the material easy.

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John C.

The best part about Coding Temple is the alumni resources, which include career and tech advisors for life!

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Ibsy M.

I started CT in February and just graduated yesterday. I tried out a couple of bootcamps before CT and knew they just weren’t for me. The culture, the way the curriculum was set up. I LOVED that the student to teacher ratio was about 1:4 (compared to others bootcamps where its about 1:15). Our instructors made it known it is a very fast paced course and set us up for success every step of the way. Id recommend this course to anyone that wants to learn how to code!

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Monique V.

The coding experience and confidence I gained from this boot camp cannot be overstated. In the span of 12 weeks I feel I reached a deep understanding of back end and front end development. The road map was clearly laid out and the staff was around anytime I needed help. The lectures were well structured and the pacing allowed for more in depth coverage on anything that I felt I didn’t understand at first.

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Curriculum

Boost your skills by learning from passionate cyber experts and mentors

Project Based Curriculum

Work on real-life cyber threats that require your problem-solving skills

Gain hands-on experience with cybersecurity tools and technologies used by the pros

Earn a cybersecurity credential that is widely recognized by most companies in the industry.

How it Works

See inside our program

Master the Fundamentals and Best Practices of Cybersecurity

Our Cybersecurity program covers essentials like network security, incident response, risk management, and emerging technologies. It includes hands-on projects for practical experience. Graduates are well-prepared for successful careers in cybersecurity, equipped to safeguard digital systems and networks effectively.

Dive into real-world scenarios with confidence

Coding Temple integrates ACI Learning’s Practice Labs into our curriculum, offering an immersive environment that bridges theoretical knowledge with practical application. These labs allow you to confidently navigate real-world scenarios, supported by step-by-step comprehensive lab guides and virtual environments tailored to all skill levels.

Earn a Certification Endorsed by Top Corporations and Defense Organizations

We provide official CompTIA Security+ exam prep materials, ensuring you’re well-prepared for this crucial certification. Additionally, we cover the cost of the CompTIA Security+ exam with a voucher, removing financial barriers and setting you on the path to success in your cybersecurity career.

Master the Art of Technical Interviews with Expert Guidance

Our program includes specialized coaching focused on preparing you for technical interviews and assessments. This crucial training involves mock interviews, coding challenges, and problem-solving exercises tailored to mimic real interview scenarios. Our experienced coaches provide personalized feedback, share strategies for tackling complex questions, and offer tips on communicating your thought process effectively. This targeted preparation ensures you enter every technical interview with confidence, well-equipped to impress potential employers.

Equip Yourself with the Full Suite of Professional Skills

Our program goes beyond technical skills, focusing also on the softer aspects critical to your professional success. Learn effective communication, teamwork, problem-solving, and time management. We prepare you for the realities of the tech workplace, ensuring you’re not just a great coder, but a well-rounded professional.

Your Success, Our Commitment

We are committed to your career success post-graduation. Our comprehensive job support includes resume building, interview preparation, networking strategies, and access to our vast network of industry contacts.

Future-proof your career with our Lifetime Career Support

Career Services and support doesn’t have an expiration period. We are here for your career transformation, not just your first new role in tech

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Employment Rate

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We exist to get our learners jobs.

  • Benefit from 2:1 Career Mentors
  • Get recruited by our hiring partners
  • Mock Technical Interviews
  • Access exclusive resources and tools

Technical Training

  • CoderPad Technical Assessments
  • Mock Technical Interviews
  • Technical Interview Coaches
  • Technical Workshops

Soft Skills Coaching

  • Mock Interviews
  • Behavioral Training
  • Career Coaching
  • Salary Negotiation
  • LinkedIn Optimization
  • Resume Refinement
Tuition & Financing Options

Invest in your Future

Access to flexible payment options to make a life-changing education.

BEST VALUE

Pay Up Front

Pay up front and save 20% on tuition

$17,495

$14,995

  • Total Tuition before discount $17495
  • Discount -$2,500
  • Paid at enrollment $14995
  • Total Cost $14995
MOST FLEXIBLE

Installment plan

Only pay for the months you need

$17,495

  • Total Tuition before deposit $17,495
ENROLL NOW, PAY LATER

Deferred payments

Pay after you start a job. No Percentage of income.

$17,495

  • Total Tuition before interest $17,495
BEST VALUE

Pay Up Front

Pay up front and save 30% on tuition

$12,995

$8,995

  • Total Tuition before discount $12,995
  • Discount -$4,000
  • Paid at enrollment $8,995
  • Total Cost $8,995
MOST FLEXIBLE

Installment plan

0% interest and no credit check

$12,995

  • Total Tuition before deposit $12,995
  • Deposit $1,000
ENROLL NOW, PAY LATER

Deferred payments

Pay after you start a job. No Percentage of income.

$12,995

  • Total Tuition before interest $12,995
Admissions Process

How to apply to our cybersecurity bootcamp

We’ll work 1-1 to get your questions answered. We’re here to help you understand our curriculum and financing, as well as give you information about post-graduation services.

1

Explore our career paths and courses

Ready to start your new career in tech? Explore our different career tracks and see which path interests you the most!

Explore Courses
2

Application and basic skills assessment

Submit your application – it takes less than 5 minutes. After you apply you will be sent a basic skills assessment.

Apply
3

Schedule an admissions call

Talk with our admissions team so we can get to understand your career goals and answer any questions you have about our program.

Schedule a Call
4

Secure your seat and enroll

Finalize your payment plan to secure your seat! Once you’re enrolled, you will gain instant access to our preparatory work, slack channels, and 1:1 support prior to class.

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Become a Cybersecurity professional

Take the first step towards your future success by applying to one of our programs today!

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