Get to know cybersecurity’s key concepts and roles.
Created by the industry’s leading minds, ISACA’s® Cybersecurity Nexus™ (CSX) CSX is designed to help fortify and advance the industry by educating, training and certifying a stronger, more informed workforce—from recent college graduates to C-suite level executives.The entry point into our cybersecurity program, Cybersecurity Fundamentals offers a certificate in the introductory concepts that frame and define the standards, guidelines and practices of the industry.
The certificate and related training are an ideal way to get started on a career in cybersecurity. The Certificate is aligned with the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education (NICE), which is compatible with global cybersecurity issues, activities and job roles. The Certificate is also aligned with the Skills Framework for the Information Age (SFIA).
CSX’s knowledge-based Cybersecurity Fundamentals Certificate from ISACA’s Cybersecurity Nexus™ (CSX) can enable you to:
Demonstrate your understanding of the principles that frame and define cyber security.
Set yourself apart and have your resume/CV rise to the top of recruiters’ stacks.
Time and Money Saved & Increase Security
Start your cyber security career strong.
The Cybersecurity Fundamentals Certificate affirms your knowledge of cyber security’s key concepts, standards, guidelines and practices and the role of the cyber security professional. Ideal for practitioners in any field of information systems impacted by the ever-increasing threats to global cyber security and their roles, the certificate is particularly relevant and valuable to:
Potential Job profiles after completing the certifications
High employer demand, fabulous salaries, great promotion prospects – what’s not to love about cyber security? According to data compiled by Burning Glass, the number of unfilled cyber security jobs grew to over 300,000 in 2018, with average annual salaries of over $100,000 for key positions.
cyber security professional will tell you that it’s still work. So before you make the leap, see what a career in IT security really looks like.
Cybersecurity is a vast field, with specializations—such as security engineer or network engineer—that range from entry-level to those requiring an advanced degree. Within cybersecurity, however, there is not always enough talent to meet the market demand of those top positions that require a post-secondary education. Gaining an understanding of the various types of jobs, and what training is required of each, and how in-demand each is can put you in the best position to study the courses needed for your chosen job.
Just in the last decade, the invasion of the digital world has changed the way we carry out our day-to-day activities. This is no exception in India, the largest market for internet users after China. The estimated 370 million Indian users make up about 30 percent of the country’s population. With the global accessibility and connectivity that comes with a few pushes and swipes,
it is also important to be aware of the dangers it can bring. In China alone, 66 billion U.S. dollars-worth of consumer loss was experienced because of cybercrime. It is a global problem that is increasingly causing a variety of problems, from the micro to the macro levels.
NorwayThe Indian cyber security market is valued at US $717.18 Million as on 2015 and is likely to be US $1,333.65 million by the end of 2020, growing at a CAGR of 13.21%.
However, in spite of a poor legal cyber security infrastructure, there remains a bigger scope for the Security companies to benefit from the vibrant Indian market. Currently, standing at USD 717.18 million, the cyber security market in India is expected to value at USD 1333.65 million by the end of 2020. Managed Security Services (MSS) would expect CAGR 18%+ till 2020 while Network and End-point Security would hover around CAGR 11%.
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