Explore a career in cyber security
Cyber security careers in 2020+
Cyber security webinar with CompTIA
This deep dive into cyber security features CompTIA’s CTE (Chief Technology Evangelist) James Stanger and Learning People graduate Craig (now working as a security analyst). The webinar explores what it’s like to work in cyber security and explains the current industry trends and why there is such a growing demand for cyber security professionals.
Become a cyber security specialist
Cyber security is one of technology’s most dynamic sectors and continues to welcome all levels of experience.
Typically, no two days are the same and cyber professionals will most likely start their careers by becoming part of a security operations centre or by being cyber analysts, pen-testers or ethical hackers.
Key responsibilities in a cyber security role:
Vulnerability scanning & identification
Network scanning & traffic analysis
Implementing secure network architecture
The global average cost of a data breach is $3.86 million. *
Aside from being one of technology’s most critical and rewarding roles, the demand for cyber security skill sets is growing – it is the leading in-demand digital skill referenced in job advertisements in Australia.
Due to its online nature, a career in cyber security allows our graduates to work from anywhere in the world. So, if you’re looking for true fulfilment and flexibility, this could be the perfect choice for you.
The gateway requirement for working in cyber security is by having a good understanding of computer networks and end points.
For those new to IT, the pathways of training have been curated by subject matter experts and with the addition of live practice labs to Learning People’s suite of digital education – students have access to real-time networks all set up in a safe ‘hands-on’ remote environment.