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In the quickly expanding field of cybersecurity, getting the necessary qualifications and advanced degrees is vital. The top online cybersecurity certificate programmes provide in-depth instruction and practical skills for graduates. Because of their widespread acceptance in the business, choices like Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) or Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) stand out. Online master's degrees in cybersecurity offer in-depth education for individuals who have greater goals. Programmes offered online like from Learningsaint are excellent options.

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Master's in Cyber Security Certification

In the quickly expanding field of cybersecurity, getting the necessary qualifications and advanced degrees is vital. The top online cybersecurity certificate programmes provide in-depth instruction and practical skills for graduates. Because of their widespread acceptance in the business, choices like Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) or Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) stand out. Online master's degrees in cybersecurity offer in-depth education for individuals who have greater goals. Programmes offered online like from Learningsaint are excellent options. These master's degrees include cutting edge ideas and equip workers to handle challenging security issues. These online programmes enable people to efficiently traverse the ever-changing field of cybersecurity, whether they are pursuing certificates or postgraduate degrees.

Program Overview

The Master's in Cyber Security Certification is an intensive and comprehensive educational experience designed to equip students with the knowledge and skills necessary to thrive in the dynamic and challenging field of cybersecurity. This program is aimed at individuals who aspire to become cybersecurity experts, defenders of digital assets, and guardians of online privacy.

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  • 6 Months Live Internship
  • Live Industrial Capstone & projects
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What are the objectives of this Cyber Security Expert Master's program?
  • Learning Saint Cyber Security Expert Master’s Program provides cybersecurity professionals with foundational-level, intermediate-level, and advanced-level skills that entail industry-leading certifications like CompTIA Security+, CEHv12 , CISM, CISSP, and CCSP. The program begins with introductory level technology training, then progresses to intermediate level hacking techniques such as reverse engineering, and network penetration testing. This course will enable you to:
  • Stay up to date with the latest cyber security news and trends and make sure you are implementing adequate cyber security measures in your organization using suitable hardware and software.
  • Avoid the risks of phishing attacks by adhering to ethical security behavior
  • Understanding cloud computing and how it can help your business is vital for the success of your venture.
  • Understand the legal requirements, privacy policies, and auditing process of your cloud environment
  • Focus on getting the IT infrastructure in order and removing the clutter by investing in the right software solutions; invest in a partner who has your back.
  • At the end of this Master’s Program, you will be equipped with the following skillsets:
  • Install, configure and deploy public key infrastructure and network components while assessing and troubleshooting issues to support organizational security.
  • Master advanced hacking concepts to manage information security efficiently.
  • Design security architecture and framework for a secure IT operation
  • Frame cloud data storage architectures and security strategies, and utilize them to analyze risks.
  • Protect data movement, perform disaster recovery, access CSP security and manage client databases.
  • Our Cyber Security Expert Master’s Program is best suited for:
  • All levels of IT auditor/penetration tester
  • Security consultants/managers
  • IT directors/managers/consultants
  • Security auditors/architects
  • Security systems engineers
  • Chief information security officers (CISOs)
  • Chief compliance/privacy/risk officers
  • Network specialists, analysts, managers, architects, consultants or administrators
  • Technical support engineers
  • Systems analysts or administrators
  • Coverage Courses Mode of training
    Security Fundamentals CompTIA Security+ 501 Live Virtual Classroom
    Offensive Security CEH Live Virtual Classroom
    Security Systems Architecture CISSP Live Virtual Classroom and Online Self-paced Learning
    Cloud Security Architecture CCSP Live Virtual Classroom and Online Self-paced Learning
    Networking Concepts CompTIA Network+ Online Self-paced Learning
    Security Teams Management CISM Online Self-paced Learning
  • Learners need to possess an undergraduate degree or a high school diploma.
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Skills to Cover

Policies of personal security

Threat modelling

Risk considerations

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Data Wrangling

Requirements handling

Physical security

Security evaluation models

Network attacks

Security Auditor

Mechanism of authentication

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Program Curriculum

  • Lesson 1 – Course Introduction
  • Lesson 2 – Cybersecurity Fundamentals
  • Lesson 3 – Enterprise Architecture and Components
  • Lesson 4 – Information System Governance and Risk Assessment
  • Lesson 5 – Incident Management

Module 01: Ethical Hacking: An Introduction

In this first module, you will learn the basics of ethical hacking that are essential for the CEH exam.

Overview of Information Security
  • 1.1 Internet is an Integral Part of Business and Personal Life – What Happens Online in 60 Seconds
  • 1.2 Essential Terminology
  • 1.3 Elements of Information Security
  • 1.4 The Security, Functionality, and Usability Triangle
Attack Vectors and Threats to Information Security
  • 1.5 Motives, Goals, and Objectives of Information Security Attacks
  • 1.6 Top Information Security Attack Vectors
  • 1.7 Information Security Threat Categories
  • 1.8 Types of Attacks on a System
  • 1.9 Information Warfare
Basic Concepts of Hacking
  • 1.10 What is Hacking?
  • 1.11Who is a Hacker?
  • 1.12 Hacker Classes
  • 1.13 Hacking Phases
Basic Concepts of Ethical Hacking
  • 1.14 What is Ethical Hacking?
  • 1.15 Why is Ethical Hacking Necessary?
  • 1.16 Scope and Limitations of Ethical Hacking
  • 1.17 Skills of an Ethical Hacker
Information Security Controls
  • 1.18 Information Assurance (IA)
  • 1.19 Information Security Management Program
  • 1.20 Enterprise Information Security Architecture (EISA)
  • 1.21 Network Security Zoning
  • 1.22 Defense-in-Depth
  • 1.23 Information Security Policies
  • 1.24 Physical Security
  • 1.25 What is Risk?
  • 1.26 Threat Modeling
  • 1.27 Incident Management
  • 1.28 Security Incident and Event Management (SIEM)
  • 1.29 User Behavior Analytics (UBA)
  • 1.30 Network Security Controls
  • 1.31 Identity and Access Management (IAM)
  • 1.32 Data Leakage
  • 1.33 Data Backup
  • 1.34 Data Recovery
  • 1.35 Role of AI/ML in Cyber Security
Concepts of Penetration testing
  • 1.36 Penetration Testing
  • 1.37 Why Penetration Testing
  • 1.38 Comparing Security Audit, Vulnerability Assessment, and Penetration Testing
  • 1.39 Blue Teaming/Red Teaming
  • 1.40 Types of Penetration Testing
  • 1.41 Phases of Penetration Testing
  • 1.42 Security Testing Methodology
Laws and Standards of information Security
  • 1.43 Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI-DSS)
  • 1.44 ISO/IEC 27001:2013
  • 1.45 Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA)
  • 1.46 Sarbanes Oxley Act (SOX)
  • 1.47 The Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA)
  • 1.48 Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA)
  • 1.49 Cyber Law in Different Countries

Module 02: Basics of Reconnaissance and Footprinting

Moving ahead in this Ethical Hacking course, you will master the first phase of ethical hacking, i.e. Footprinting and Reconnaissance

Concepts of Footprinting
  • 2.3 Footprinting through Search Engines
  • 2.4 Footprint Using Advanced Google Hacking Techniques
  • 2.5 Information Gathering Using Google Advanced Search and Image Search
  • 2.6 Google Hacking Database
  • 2.7 VoIP and VPN Footprinting through Google Hacking Database
Footprinting Using Web Services
  • 2.8 Finding Company’s Top-Level Domains (TLDs) and Sub-Domains
  • 2.9 Finding the Geographical Location of the Target
  • 2.10 People Search on Social Networking Sites and People Search Services
  • 2.11 Gathering Information from LinkedIn
  • 2.12 Gathering Information from Financial Services
  • 2.13 Footprinting through Job Sites
  • 2.14 Monitoring Target Using Alerts
  • 2.15 Information Gathering Using Groups, Forums, and Blogs
  • 2.16 Determining the Operating System
  • 2.17 VoIP and VPN Footprinting through SHODAN
Footprinting Using Social Networking Sites
  • 2.18 Collecting Information through Social Engineering on Social Networking Sites
Footprinting of Websites
  • 2.19 Website Footprinting
  • 2.20 Website Footprinting using Web Spiders
  • 2.21 Mirroring Entire Website
  • 2.22 Extracting Website Information from
  • 2.23 Extracting Metadata of Public Documents
  • 2.24 Monitoring Web Pages for Updates and Changes
Footprinting of Emails
  • 2.25 Tracking Email Communications
  • 2.26 Collecting Information from Email Header
  • 2.27 Email Tracking Tools
Competitive Intelligence
  • 2.28 Competitive Intelligence Gathering
  • 2.29 Competitive Intelligence – When When did this company begin? How did it develop?
  • 2.30 Competitive Intelligence – What are the company’s plans?
  • 2.31 Competitive Intelligence – What do expert opinions say about the company?
  • 2.32 Monitoring Website Traffic of Target Company
  • 2.33 Tracking Online Reputation of the Target
Footprinting using Whois
  • 2.34 Whois Lookup
  • 2.35 Whois Lookup Result Analysis
  • 2.36 Whois Lookup Tools
  • 2.37 Finding IP Geolocation Information
DNS Footprinting
  • 2.38 Extracting DNS Information
  • 2.39 DNS Interrogation Tools
Network Footprinting
  • 2.40 Locate the Network Range
  • 2.41 Traceroute
  • 2.42 Traceroute Analysis
  • 2.43 Traceroute Tools
Footprinting by Social Engineering
  • 2.44 Footprinting through Social Engineering
  • 2.45 Collect Information Using Eavesdropping, Shoulder Surfing, and Dumpster Diving
Tools used for Footprinting
  • 2.46 Maltego
  • 2.47 Recon-ng
  • 2.48 FOCA
  • 2.49 Recon-Dog
  • 2.50 OSRFramework
  • 2.51 Additional Footprinting Tools
  • 2.52 Footprinting Countermeasures
Footprinting Pen Testing
  • 2.53 Footprinting Pen Testing
  • 2.54 Footprinting Pen Testing Report Templates
Threat Detection

You will have the opportunity to participate in a number of cases where you will get first-hand experience as a member of the ethical hacking team. You will assist in anticipating and preventing cybercrimes as well as identifying threats and data breaches.

Cracking Wifi

In this project, you will learn a lot about WiFi cracking. You will use a variety of pertinent tools, technologies, and techniques to crack WiFi. You will learn how to break into different WiFi routers. The WPA/WPA2 are usually used.

Improvement of Auditing in the Restaurant

The project gives you the knowledge you need to learn how to improve any restaurant’s security system as needed. You will primarily employ a variety of techniques, including system resilience and the implementation of KPIs.

Data Security of a BPO Firm

You will understand the BPO firm’s data security. Working with data that has been generated by machines, you will search for irregularities, threats, and other things like suspicious activity. Additionally, the Splunk SIEM tool will be used to manage a sizable database.

  • Module 01: Attacks, Threats, and Vulnerabilities
  • Different types of social engineering techniques
  • Potential indicators to determine the type of attack
  • Potential indicators to determine the type of attack
  • Potential indicators associated with network attacks
  • Different threat actors, vectors, and intelligence sources
  • Security concerns associated with various types of vulnerabilities
  • Techniques used in Security Assessments & Penetration testing
  • 1.1 Overview

Module 2: Security and Risk Management

  • 2.1 Security and risk management
  • 2.2 Information security management
  • 2.3 Security controls
  • 2.4 Information security management and governance
  • 2.5 Goals, missions, and objectives
  • 2.6 Due care
  • 2.7 Security policy
  • 2.8 Compliance
  • 2.9 Cybercrimes
  • 2.10 Legal systems
  • 2.11 Intellectual Property (IP) law
  • 2.12 Privacy
  • 2.13 General data protection regulation
  • 2.14 Security
  • 2.15 Risk analysis and types
  • 2.16 Security control assessment
  • 2.17 Threat modeling
  • 2.18 Supply-chain risk management
  • 2.19 Third-party management
  • 2.20 Business continuity planning and phases
  • 2.21 Personal security management
  • 2.22 Security awareness training
  • 2.23 Program effectiveness evaluation

Module 3: Asset Security

  • 3.1 Information and data classification
  • 3.2 Data life cycle and management
  • 3.3 Different roles
  • 3.4 Data remanence
  • 3.5 Privacy
  • 3.6 Data states
  • 3.7 Data loss prevention

Module 4: Security Engineering

  • 4.1 Security engineering and architecture
  • 4.2 Security models
  • 4.3 Evaluation criteria
  • 4.4 System security
  • 4.5 CPU
  • 4.6 Memory
  • 4.7 Security mode
  • 4.8 Cloud Computing
  • 4.9 IoT
  • 4.10 Industrial control system (ICS)
  • 4.11 Cryptography
  • 4.12 Encryption methods
  • 4.13 DES
  • 4.14 Asymmetric cryptography
  • 4.15 Public key infrastructure
  • 4.16 Cryptanalysis
  • 4.17 Key management
  • 4.18 Critical path analysis
  • 4.19 Site location
  • 4.20 Fire
  • 4.21 HVAC

Module 5: Identity and Access Management

  • 5.1 Identity management
  • 5.2 Biometrics
  • 5.3 Passwords
  • 5.4 Tokens
  • 5.5 Memory cards and smart cards
  • 5.6 Access and authorization
  • 5.7 Identity management implementation
  • 5.8 Kerberos
  • 5.9 Access control types and models
  • 5.10 Access control tools and techniques
  • 5.11 Accountability
  • 5.12 Access control monitoring
  • 5.13 Identity proofing
  • 5.14 Markup languages
  • 5.15 Identity as a Service (IDaaS)

Module 6: Communications and Network Security

  • 6.1 Network architecture and design
  • 6.2 IP addressing
  • 6.3 Network protocols
  • 6.4 Transmission media
  • 6.5 Firewall
  • 6.6 Intrusion detection and prevention system
  • 6.7 Network access control (NAC)
  • 6.8 Content delivery network (CDN)
  • 6.9 Networks
  • 6.10 Software-defined networking (SDN)
  • 6.11 Remote access
  • 6.12 Internet Security Protocol (IPsec)
  • 6.13 Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP)
  • 6.14 Phreaking
  • 6.15 Secure access protocols
  • 6.16 Wireless technologies
  • 6.17 Network attacks

Module 7: Security Operations

  • 7.1 Investigation
  • 7.2 Forensic investigation
  • 7.3 Evidence
  • 7.4 Electronic discovery
  • 7.5 Incident management
  • 7.6 Security operations management
  • 7.7 Identity and access management
  • 7.8 Assets
  • 7.9 Malware
  • 7.10 Management
  • 7.11 Recovery and backup
  • 7.12 Disaster recovery
  • 7.13 Perimeter security

Module 8: Security Assessment and Testing

  • 8.1 Security assessment
  • 8.2 Vulnerability assessment
  • 8.3 Penetration testing
  • 8.4 Audits
  • 8.5 Log management
  • 8.6 Synthetic and real transaction
  • 8.7 Testing
  • 8.8 Software testing
  • 8.9 Interface
  • 8.10 Key performance indicators (KPIs)

Module 9: Software Development Security

  • 9.1 Importance of software development security
  • 9.2 Programming concepts
  • 9.3 Systems development life cycle
  • 9.4 Application program interface
  • 9.5 Software security and assurance
  • 9.6 Database and data warehouse environments
  • 9.7 Knowledge management
  • 9.8 Web application environment
  • 9.9 Security threats and attacks
  • 1.1 Security concepts
  • 1.2 Defense in due care, depth, and due diligence
  • 1.3 Security functionalities and controls
  • 1.4 Concepts of Cloud Computing
  • 1.5 Business drivers
  • 1.6 Elasticity, scalability, vendor lock-in, and vendor lock-out
  • 1.7 Advantages of Cloud Computing concepts
  • 1.8 Architecture of cloud reference
  • 1.9 Cloud Computing: Actors and roles
  • 1.10 Categories of cloud service: Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), Platform as a Service (PaaS), and Software as a Service (SaaS)
  • 1.11 Management of cloud service categories
  • 1.12 Deployment models of cloud: Public cloud, private cloud, hybrid cloud, and community cloud
  • 1.13 Characteristics and models
  • 1.14 Cloud deployment models: Comparison
  • 1.15 Cloud technology roadmap
  • 1.16 Related technologies and the impact
  • 1.17 Key management, cryptography, and other concepts of security
  • 1.18 Access control and IAM
  • 1.19 Data remanence
  • 1.20 Cloud Computing: Threats
  • 1.21 Virtualization
  • 1.22 Secure Cloud Computing: Design principles
  • 1.23 Analysis of costs and benefits
  • 1.24 Cloud service providers: Evaluation
  • 1.25 SOC
  • 1.26 Evaluating IT security
  • 1.27 FIPS

Module 02 – Cloud Data Security

  • 2.1 Life cycle of cloud data: Create, use, store, and share
  • 2.2 Life cycle of cloud data: Archive
  • 2.3 Life cycle of cloud data: Destroy and other key data functions
  • 2.4 Architectures of cloud data storage types: IaaS, PaaS, and SaaS
  • 2.5 Architectures of cloud data storage: Storage types and threats
  • 2.6 Strategies of data security: Encryption challenges, IaaS encryption, encryption of databases, key management, cloud key storage, masking, tokenization, data anonymization, bit splitting, homomorphic encryption, and data loss prevention
  • 2.7 Data classification and discovery technology: Data classification and cloud data challenges
  • 2.8 Jurisdictional data protections for Personally Identifiable Information (PII)
  • 2.9 Privacy acts: GDPR, and policies of data protection
  • 2.10 Privacy acts: HIPAA, FISMA, and SOX
  • 2.11 Jurisdictional data protection for PII: Cloud services responsibilities
  • 2.12 Management of data rights
  • 2.13 Data retention and deletion
  • 2.14 Archiving policies
  • 2.15 Legal hold
  • 2.16 Auditability, accountability, and traceability of data events
  • 2.17 SIEM
  • 2.18 Custody chain
  • 2.19 Nonrepudiation

Module 1 – Information System Auditing Process.

In this module of the ISACA CISA certification program, you get to learn more about the concepts like IS Audit Standards, Guidelines, Codes of Ethics Business Processes, Types of Controls, Risk-Based Audit Planning, Types of Audits and Assessments, Audit Project Management, Sampling Methodology, Audit Evidence Collection Techniques, and a lot more.

Module 2 – Governance and Management of IT
  • In this segment of the ISACA CISA training program, you get to learn more about the ways to identify critical flaws and loopholes in the process. You learn the best enterprise-specific practices that can help you safeguard the governance of information and associated technologies.
Module 3 – Information Systems Acquisition, Development, and Implementation
  • This module of the CISA training program helps you get a better knowledge of the concepts like Project Governance and Management, Business Case and Feasibility Analysis, Testing Methodologies Configuration and Release Management, and a lot more
Module 4 – Information Systems Operations and Business Resilience
  • In this module ISACA CISA certification, you get to learn about Common Technology Components, IT Asset Management, Job Scheduling, Production Process Automation, System Interfaces, End-User Computing, Data Governance, Systems Performance Management, and more.
Module 5 – Protection of Information Assets
  • In this segment of ISACA CISA certification, you get to learn more about the different aspects of Information Asset Security Frameworks, Standards, and Guidelines Privacy Principles, Physical Access and Environmental Controls, Identity and Access Management, Network and End-Point Security, and more.

Module 1: Information Security Governance.

Part A: Enterprise Governance
  • Importance of Information Security Governance
  • Organizational Culture
  • Legal, Regulatory and Contractual Requirements
  • Organizational Structures, Roles and Responsibilities
Part B: Information Security Strategy
  • Information Security Strategy Development
  • Information Governance Frameworks and Standards
  • Strategic Planning
Domain 2: Information Security Risk Management

Part A: Information Risk Assessment

  • Emerging Risk and Threat Landscape
  • Vulnerability and Control Deficiency Analysis
  • Risk Analysis, Evaluation and Assessment
Part B: Information Risk Response
  • Risk Treatment/Risk Response Options
  • Risk and Control Ownership
  • Risk Monitoring and Reporting
  • Domain 3: Information Security Program
Part A: Information Security Program Development
  • Information Security Program Overview
  • Information Security Program Resources
  • Information Asset Identification and Classification
  • Industry Standards and Frameworks for Information Security
  • Information Security Policies, Procedures and Guidelines
  • Defining an Information Security Program Road Map
  • Information Security Program Metrics
Part B: Information Security Program Management
  • Information Security Control Design and Selection
  • Information Security Control Implementation and Integration
  • Information Security Control Testing and Evaluation
  • Information Security Awareness and Training
  • Integration of the Security Program with IT Operations
  • Management of External Services and Relationships
  • Information Security Program Communications and Reporting
Domain 4: Incident Management

Part A: Incident Management Readiness

  • Incident Management and Incident Response Overview
  • Incident Management and Incident Response Plans
  • Business Impact Analysis
  • Business Continuity Plan
  • Disaster Recovery Plan
  • Incident Classification/Categorization
  • Incident Management Training, Testing and Evaluation
Part B: Incident Management Operations
  • Incident Management Tools and Technologies
  • Incident Investigation and Evaluation
  • Incident Containment Methods
  • Incident Response Communications
  • Incident Eradication and Recovery
  • Post-Incident Review Practices

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Cyber Security Certification

Master’s in Cyber Security is designed by SMEs with 12+ years of experience. Once you complete the course and carry out all the projects successfully, you will receive a master’s degree in Cyber Security and a course completion certificate from Intellipaat and EC-Council.

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Hands-on Course Projects

Face Expression Recognizer

Data Collection: The system needs a dataset of images or videos containing faces with labeled emotional expressions. These datasets are used to train and test the machine learning models.

Drugs Prescription using Reviews

Incomplete and Unreliable Information: Online reviews may lack essential medical details. Patients often do not provide complete information about their medical history, including underlying conditions, allergies, or other medications they are taking.

Predict the Height and Weight of a Person

Predicting the height and weight of a person accurately requires more information than can be provided without specific data about the individual. Height and weight are influenced by a combination of genetic, environmental, and lifestyle factors. Additionally, individual variations can be significant.

Determining Status of Loan Applicants

Determining the status of loan applicants is a critical process for financial institutions and lenders to assess the creditworthiness of potential borrowers. It involves evaluating various factors to make informed decisions about whether to approve or deny a loan application. Here are the key steps and factors.

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Industry Trends

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There are 70,000+ jobs open for Cyber Security professionals in the United States
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Cyber Security Analysts earn an average salary of about US$76,559 per year
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Ernst & Young, Tesla, and other major organizations hire Cyber Security Analysts
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Program Objectives

  • To harness a robust foundation in cybersecurity principles, concepts, and best practices and equip students with the ability to identify, analyses, and respond to cyber threats effectively.
  • Develop Mastery of the art of ethical hacking and penetration testing to identify vulnerabilities and protect systems.
  • To familiarize students with risk management, Incident response and cyber security laws
  • Develop skills in secure coding practices and methods for developing resilient software applications.
  • Explore latest trends and technologies in cybersecurity, including AI, IoT, and blockchain security.
  • Culminate the program with a practical cybersecurity project, applying the knowledge and skills gained throughout the program
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Program Essentials

A bachelor's degree in a related field (e.g., computer science, information technology, or cybersecurity).
Submission of academic transcripts and letters of recommendation.
A statement of purpose outlining career goals and objectives.
Interview if required.
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Salary Trends

  • 200+
    Global Companies
  • $122K PA
    Average CTC
  • $250K PA
    Highest CTC
  • 87%
    Average Salary Hike

Case Studies

Data Analysis & visualization

Estimation of Credit Risk using Data Analysis and Visualization. In this Case study, You will use the concept of Data Analysis and Visualization on a Banking Dataset to find out the Credit Risk associated with each of the borrowers. By performing this case study you can help the bank to calculate the risk associated with Loan borrowers.

Data Cleaning & Enrichment

Data Cleansing and enrichment for a very big Job portal. In this case study you will use the concept of Data Cleaning and processing on a Job Portal Dataset so that it could be used for further analysis, and training ML or DL Models. By performing this case study you will help the job portal to make data driven decision making and implement a variety of other AI algorithms to get detailed and deep insights.

Dimensionality Reduction

Comparison of Dimensionality reduction methods on a Healthcare Dataset with very high dimensionality. In this case study you will use the concept of dimensionality reduction and apply various algorithms to check the information loss in each of the cases, and evaluate if the concept of dimensionality reduction is helpful or not.

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Outcomes of this Program

Great Understanding of all kinds of Data and Datasets.
Extract Information and Patterns from any kind of Raw Data.
Create Visualizations and Dashboards for Data Driven Decision Making.
Great Understanding of Structured and Unstructured Databases
Perform any kind of analysis on any kind of data.
Great understanding of Machine Learning and Deep Learning algorithms.
Develop powerful Predictive models using Machine learning and Deep Learning algorithms.
Great understanding of NLP and Time series concepts.
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FAQs on Cyber Security Master’s Program

Cyber Security is a method of defending against unwanted access to or attacks on computers, networks, and digital data. It entails utilizing a range of methods and tools to protect data and thwart online dangers like viruses, hackers, and data breaches. In order to make the online environment safer for individuals, companies, and organizations, cybersecurity aims to guarantee the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of digital assets.
Yes, In this Master's program, you will learn how to create, set up, and oversee secure computer systems. By completing this course, you will gain the necessary skills and confidence to excel in various cyber security jobs, such as security designer, ethical hacker, and digital forensics officer.
Students at Learning Saint receive personalized support from instructors. Instructors offer assistance and guidance during the learning process.
To be eligible for the Cyber Security Master's program (M.Sc), you need a BSc/BE/BTech degree or a similar qualification in Cyber Security, Computer Science, or Information Technology from a recognized institute. You must have obtained at least 50% marks in your aggregate to meet the eligibility criteria.

The Cyber Security Master's program equips students with a wide range of valuable skills, including:

  1. Ethical hacking and penetration testing techniques.
  2. Risk assessment and management in cyber environments.
  3. Network security and defense strategies.
  4. Incident response and digital forensics.
  5. Secure software development practices.
Learning Saint is offering you the most updated, relevant, and high-value real-world projects as part of the training program. This way, you can implement the learning that you have acquired in real-world industry setup. All training comes with multiple projects that thoroughly test your skills, learning, and practical knowledge, making you completely industry-ready. You will work on highly exciting projects in the domains of high technology, ecommerce, marketing, sales, networking, banking, insurance, etc. After completing the projects successfully, your skills will be equal to 6 months of rigorous industry experience.
Yes, the Cyber Security Certification Training is suitable for beginners. The program is designed to provide a solid foundation in cybersecurity concepts and skills, making it accessible and understandable for those who are new to the field. Our training includes comprehensive learning materials, practical exercises, and expert guidance to help beginners grasp essential cybersecurity principles and techniques effectively. Whether you're starting your journey in cybersecurity or looking to enhance your knowledge, this training is a great way to get started with confidence.

How are Learning Saint-verified certificates awarded?

  1. Cyber Security Analyst or Specialist.
  2. Information Security Manager.
  3. Penetration Tester or Ethical Hacker.
  4. Security Consultant.
  5. Digital Forensics Expert.
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