Network Management Technician
Network Management Technicians supervise and manage the operation of tactical and strategic information networks, systems, and associated personnel at the local and wide area network (LAN and WAN) level.
MCSF - Cloud Services Fundamentals
The cloud has transformed the ways in which IT professionals architect, deploy and manage ICT systems.
The MCSF Certification provides practical training to master working with fundamental cloud services.
Upon achieving this certification, you will become a Cloud Practitioner. At which point, you will be ready to develop advanced cloud security skills.Read More
- Cloud Engineer
MNSE - Network Security Essentials
By completing this Certification, you will learn fundamental network and endpoint security techniques that will successfully prevent cyber adversaries from breaching into small and medium size IT environments.
This course is ideal for aspiring junior security engineers that wish to acquire practical skills that can benefit a vast number of organizations.Read More
- Security Engineer
- Network Engineer
MSAF - System Administration Fundamentals
This certification training teaches you how to professionally deploy and manage ICT systems.
Many technical cybersecurity roles require skills in supervising and protecting mission critical equipment located on-premise, in data centers and in the cloud.
This course is the ideal place to start if you've never received formal training in IT engineering and system administration.Read More
- Network Technician
- System Administrator
MESE - Certified Enterprise Security Engineer
An MCSI professional Security Engineer is capable of building and maintaining high security assurance applications for networks deployed on-premise and in data centers.
This certification training will teach you how to apply hardening best practices such as the ACSC Essential 8 and the CIS 20 Controls, in large-scale networks.Read More
- Cyber Defender
- Network Engineer