If you are planning to become a network engineer, this 32 hours short course is the right choice for you. You can also draw your career as a security analyst or a security engineer.
Such profiles allow you to play an important role in maintaining the integrity and confidentiality of a company's data. After gaining some experience, you can also develop yourself to become a security director which is an elite position in a company.
Why choose this course
Network security specialists detect, prevent and resolve security threats to computer networks. They also analyze security risks and develop response procedures.
Network security professionals research, evaluate, recommend and implement other security devices as well. This may include installing computer security software, conducting regular security audits, preparing security status reports, educating users on computer security, creating security documentation for users, assisting in disaster recovery and gathering evidence regarding cyber crimes.
What will I learn?
- Network security overview
- Network perimeter security
- The art of intrusion detection
- Network security protocols
- Implementing DNS and web security
- Implementing e-mail security
- Implementing a secure enterprise network
- Cryptography basics, methods and standards
- Security policies and procedures
- Security management
How will this course be taught?
This course will taught using our patented SmartLabPlus methodology.
How will I be assessed?
Jetking uses a modern assessment system which includes,
- Technical (online)
Teaching Contact Hours
This course comprises of a total of 32 hours, the details of which will be communicated to you at the time of joining.
Anyone one who has completed their class 10+2 and above.
How To Apply
You can fill in the form to the right or simply walk-in to the nearest authorised Jetking learning center to know more about our course. Visit the center locator to locate the nearest center.
Alternatively, you can call us on our TOLL FREE number 1800 209 4010 for any queries.
How will this course enhance my career prospects?
Like Security Analysts and Security Engineers, Security Specialists occupy a middle ground in an organization’s hierarchy. Before becoming a specialist, you may get your start as any of the following job profiles,
- Security Administrator
- Network Administrator
- System Administrator
After becoming a Security Specialist, you can aim for a senior-level security job such as:
- Security Architect
- Security Manager
- Security Consultant
- IT Project Manager
The highest paid and highest ranked security jobs include:
- Security Director