Meets: Mondays 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Dates: August 17 – August 31
This course is a unique mix of cybersecurity technical and real-world industry skills that demonstrate the impact of cyber security threats in key industries and geographies. Gain real-world practice on critical threat modeling methodologies and frameworks such as MITRE, Diamond, IBM Iris, IBM Threat Hunting, and security intelligence approaches to threat management. Elevate your organization’s overall security posture by adopting practices, methods, and tools that increase enterprise cyber resilience. Become aware of the latest cyber threats and help set the foundation for the implementation of an incident response team and a security operations center.
Audience: Individuals with an active interest in applying for entry-level jobs to work in cybersecurity-related fields.
Prerequisite: Basic IT literacy skills
Badges earned: Cybersecurity Practitioner, Design Thinking Practitioner Badge
Peninsula College IT, CAT, and Cybersecurity students are eligible for a discounted course rate of $300. Students will still be responsible for the IBM technology fee of $125