C-DAC Hyderabad is offering a self-paced Bridge Course titled 'Pragmatic Approach to Cyber Security - Towards Detecting and Mitigating Cyber Security Threats’.
The course is offered as part of the FutureSkills PRIME (Programme for Re-skilling/ Up-skilling of IT Manpower for Employability) initiative of the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY) & SECTOR SKILLS COUNCIL NASSCOM (SSC NASSCOM).
Course duration & Mode of learning
The total duration of the course is 90 hours (40% Theory sessions and 60% Demonstration & Labs). This course would be spread across 90 days.
Course access : Online, self-paced (90 days of access to the course)
Who can participate
Fresh Recruits – Internship/apprenticeship
IT employees in IT firms and non-IT firms
Non-IT employees who use new and emerging technologies
Re-skill/Up-skill employees whose IT skill is obsolete
Central Govt. & State Govt. employees
PSUs and Autonomous (Govt. Employees)
Overview of the course
The course helpful for the job roles of Analyst Application Security, Analyst Security Operations Centre, Analyst Endpoint Security and Consultant Network Security.
This course builds core competencies in the area of Network, End Systems and Application Security that acts as a bridge for advanced deep skilling courses which are aligned to National Occupational Standards (NOS) defined under the National Skill Qualification Framework (NSQF).
It offers a virtual lab through which participants gain hands-on training on various security tools with an aim to detect and mitigate Cyber Security threats.
On course completion, a completion letter will be issued by C-DAC Hyderabad and on successful assessment, the certificate will be issued by SSC NASSCOM.
On successful registration by a candidate to the bridge course, his/her Skills Wallet would be provided with an incentive amount of Rs. 3,000, which would get encashable on his/her successful assessment and certification.
The candidate should have an offer letter/ internship/apprenticeship certificate/offer letter in hand when applying for an incentive.
The maximum ceiling of incentive per course would be limited to a maximum of 50% of the course fee paid by the candidate.