Job placement And mentoring program
We train and bring security professionals together with a potential employer.
Why A Cybersecurity Job Placement & Mentoring Program?
As the cybersecurity industry evolves, so does the demand for more cybersecurity specialists. Individuals and organizations are experiencing competency issues as a result of the rising demand. How do potential candidates develop and demonstrate their skills?
How can businesses find and develop employees with the necessary skills? This is complicated further by the wide range of cybersecurity work fields. It might be difficult for many people to identify their specialty in this business.
Our job placement and mentorship program connects potential companies with cybersecurity specialists.
We assist individuals in establishing a career in cybersecurity by offering hands-on training and mentorship. In many respects, cybersecurity is similar to other industries like engineering or healthcare. There are several pathways to specialization and numerous directions to pursue. To acquire a job and further your career in cybersecurity, you must first decide which of the several paths appeals to you.
We assist businesses in determining the type and degree of cybersecurity specialists required, as well as in training people to fill these jobs. We continue to give these professionals the skills they need to transform their knowledge into talents through continuing professional education.
Who Is This Program For?
Young School Graduates
Young individuals who have recently graduated from high school may find themselves unqualified to work in the cybersecurity sector due to a lack of experience and a failure to get the necessary academic credentials. The job placement and mentorship program assists these individuals in improving their skills.
People Looking To Switch Career
Cybersecurity, cloud computing, artificial intelligence, and big data are the future. Many individuals working in information technology now, such as system administrators, help desk agents, and database administrators, may be out of work in the future owing to the complexity of AI systems that might replace them. As a result, there is a need for individuals to switch to Cybersecurity, which spans many sectors.
Experienced IT Specialist
If you’ve been in the information technology sector for a while and now feel the urge to advance into Information Security Management for job functions such as a CISO or CSO but are having trouble financing it, this is the program for you.
How Does The Program Works?
We invite interested individuals to a one-on-one session so that we can assist them in determining the best path to follow depending on their job experience and the type of career they want to pursue. We utilize The National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education Cybersecurity Workforce Framework (NICE Framework) to assist students plan out their career path during this consultation. Based on this, a training curriculum is developed that will take the individual from zero to security professional in a short time.
The US national Institute of Standard and Technology (NIST) The NICE Framework was created to assist both companies and potential workers in focusing on the knowledge and skills required in the Cybersecurity industry. Using the NICE framework, we can assist in training and mentoring people to become cybersecurity professionals in their chosen field. The NICE framework categorizes the cybersecurity workforce into the following specializations:
The NICE framework enables an organization to successful recruit and train security professionals for multiple roles in the organization. Provides information about workforce needs for a giving function.
The NICE Framework presents clear information about cybersecurity work to help people looking for a new job or to change job roles, and workers looking to demonstrate or increase their competencies.
The NICE framework provides information about what a candidate needs to know to be efficient in the Cybersecurity industry. Educators can develop better educational programs. Certificates.
Components of the NICE Framework
Concerned with conceptualizing, designing, and building secure IT systems, with responsibility for some aspect of the systems’ development.
- Risk Management
- Software Development
- System Architecture
- System Development
- Systems Requirements Planning
- Technology R&D
- Test and Evaluation
Oversee and Govern
Provides leadership, management, direction, or development and advocacy so the organization may effectively conduct cybersecurity work.
- Cybersecurity Management
- Executive Cyber Leadership
- Legal Advice and Advocacy
- Program /Project Management and Acquisition
- Strategic Planning and Policy
- Training, Education and Awareness
Operate and Maintain
Responsible for providing the support, administration, and maintenance necessary to ensure effective and efficient IT system performance and security.
- Customer Service and Technical Support
- Data Administration
- Knowledge Management
- Network Service
- Systems Administration
- System Analysis
Specialty areas responsible for highly specialized review and evaluation of incoming cybersecurity information to determine its usefulness for intelligence.
- All Source Analysis
- Exploitation Analysis
- Language Analysis
- Threat Analysis
Protect And Defend
Identification, analysis, and mitigation of threats to internal IT systems or networks. Uses defensive measures and information collected from a variety of sources to identify, analyse, and report events that occur or might occur within the network to protect information, information systems, and networks from threats.
- Cyber Defence Analysis
- Cyber Defence Infrastructure Support
- Incident Response
- Vulnerability Assessment and Management
Collect And Operate
Responsible for specialized denial and deception operations and collection of cybersecurity information that may be used to develop intelligence.
- Collection Operation
- Cyber Operational Planning
- Cyber Operations
Responsible for detecting and analyzing cyber events and/or crimes of IT systems, networks, and digital evidence.
- Cyber Investigation
- Digital Forensics
Security Management Professional Example
Using the NICE Framework we are able to map out the career path and train people with the right competencies as to effectively manage information security programs in an organization. This program provide Job competencies such for Chief Information Security Officer (CISO), Chief Security Officer (CSO), Security or Compliance Manager.
Oversee & Govern
Chief Information Security Officer (CISO)
Security Security Officer (CSO)
IT Program Manager
Product Support Manager
IT Investment/Portfolio Manager
IT Program Auditor
ISC2 Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP)
ISC2 Certified Cloud Security Professional (CCSP)
ISACA Certified Information Security Management (CISM)
EC Council Certified Chief Information Security Officer (CCISO)
ISACA Certified in Risk and Information Security Control (CRISC)
CompTIA Advanced Security Practitioner (CASP+)
To Protect & Defend Function
Protect & Defend
Information Systems Security Engineer
Network Security Engineer
Network Security Specialist
Systems Security Engineer