Cybersecurity
Program

Cybersecurity focuses on using integration for business solutions and the application of essential tech.
The Commonwealth three-phase course focuses on the core concepts and the basic principles of Cybersecurity. In the first phase, IT Support, students are taught about the ins and outs of a computer, how to take a computer apart, repair, and rebuild it to make it function properly again. With this, our students can troubleshoot issues with software and hardware. Then they move on to Phase 2, Network Support, which entails students learning how to make computers, servers, and networks all communicate. Our students learn about the networking process, the differences between networking wires, how to create networking wires, and how to install a networking system. In Phase 3, Security Support, our students put the first two phases together and learn the fundamentals of security. This includes learning to analyze and interpret output from security technologies, apply frameworks, implement secure system design, differences of basic MS Window OS security settings, basic concepts of forensics, disaster recovery, and continuity of operations.

Full Time – 12 Weeks | Part Time – 24 weeks | Online or In-person Courses | Beginner Friendly

Upcoming Programs

Industry Relevant Skills

Phase 1

IT Support

  • Service Desk Tech
  • IT Help Desk Specialist
  • PC Technician
  • Help Desk Analyst
  • Jr System Admin

Phase 2

Network Support

  • Network Analyst
  • Cabling Network Tech
  • Junior Network Admin
  • Infrastructure Support Tech
  • Junior Network Admin

Phase 3

Cybersecurity

  • Information Security Analyst
  • Cybersecurity Specialist
  • Junior Cyber Analyst
  • Change & Configure Agent
  • SOC Analyst

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CAREER SERVICES

Prepare for a New Career

Commonwealth is dedicated to providing top-tier career services and job support for individuals pursuing opportunities in the tech sector. Our friendly and experienced Career Services team is committed to assisting individuals at all stages of their career journey, offering personalized guidance and coaching to help you achieve success in the tech industry.

Financing

Pay in Full

Pay prior to your first day of class.

Up to $6,000

Pay with Affirm

Coming soon!

Up to $6,000

Climb Credit Loan

Students can make manageable monthly payments over a few months or years.

Up to 100% of tuition

PayPal

Coming soon!

Up to 100% of tuition

County-Based Funding

Commonwealth is an approved training provider in the states of Ohio, Kentucky and are currently seeking approval in all 50 states, under the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA). WIOA assists in potential funds for a student going through training in hopes of finding a career upon completion. This varies by the specific county of residence. Please click HERE for further assistance.

Up to 100% of tuition

Income Share Agreement (ISA)

Students will not pay any tuition until they’ve completed our program and are at a job making $30,000+

Up to 100% of tuition

FAQ

Cybersecurity refers to the practice of protecting computer systems, networks, devices, and sensitive information from unauthorized access, theft, damage, or disruption. It involves a combination of technologies, processes, and practices designed to secure digital information and prevent cyber threats, such as hacking, malware, phishing, ransomware, and other types of cyber-attacks.

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    As more and more of our lives and businesses are conducted online, Cybersecurity ensures

    1. The protection of sensitive information, i.e. financial data, credit cards, health info, trade secrets, and so on.

    2. Prevention of online attacks. Cyber-attacks include malware, phishing, ransomware, and social engineering. These attacks can cause significant damage to computer systems, networks, and personally identifiable information (identity theft)

    3. Maintaining business operations. Businesses rely heavily on technology to operate, a cyber-attack can disrupt business, causing downtime, loss of productivity, and financial losses.

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Cybersecurity is a complex and constantly evolving field that requires ongoing learning and adaptation. The skills required to be successful in Cybersecurity include understanding computer systems, networks, encryption, and risk management. It also requires an understanding of the different types of cyber-attacks and how to defend against them. All of which we teach at Kable Academy.

Cybersecurity does not necessarily require coding, but having knowledge of programming languages can be very helpful in understanding and implementing cybersecurity measures. However, knowledge of security protocols, risk management, and threat intelligence, are what is important in this field. It is important to note that cybersecurity is a multidisciplinary field that requires knowledge in a range of technical and non-technical areas, including communication, critical thinking, and problem-solving skills.

Our Cybersecurity classes are designed for people with a range of backgrounds and experience levels, including those who are new to the field. We start with basic concepts and gradually build on them to cover more advanced topics.

After the bootcamp, you will be given the tools and information to obtain an ITF, Network+, or CyberSecurity+ Cert. After completing of our program, you will be given a Certification of Completion in the learning of IT Support, Network Support, and Cybersecurity.

A cybersecurity bootcamp is a great option for someone who wants to learn cybersecurity quickly and intensively, and who is looking for a structured and guided learning experience.

In our 12-week course, you will learn the fundamentals of Cybersecurity, but it requires 12 weeks of focus and determination. Cybersecurity is a constantly evolving field, and ongoing learning and adaptation are necessary to stay current with the latest threats and best practices.