Job Postings For Cyber Security Up 74% With Jennifer Arcuri

“The more you learn, the more you earn.” -Warren Buffett

With such a shortage of skills, one of the best parts of working in cybersecurity is the unique opportunity to share your skills and earn an amazing living for it.

There are so few industries that know what future jobs they will have available, but cybersecurity is one that will never cease to exist. Because everything is technical, there are endless roles and opportunities for you to build your career. Between 2007 and 2013, postings for cybersecurity jobs grew 74%, and according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment in the field is projected to grow 18% from 2014 to 2024 – much faster than the average for all occupations.

What is Hands-on Hacking?

Hacker House has written an award-winning 12 module course to help students prepare for the cybersecurity industry.

Whether you are scaling up internal corporate teams, training IT professionals to become security consultants or if you have never even thought about pursuing a career in information security – Hands-on Hacking™ is the course for you.

The modules break down all the basics of what ethical hacking encompasses. These offensive techniques are sure to help you and your organisation stay alert to attacks and is the only course of its kind to properly prepare you for practical hands-on application and cyber skills for any junior level penetration testing position.

Learn practical, industry-ready skills at half the price of other skills on the market.

Where can I find out more? 

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The fast evolution and constant threat of cyber attacks, our ever-growing reliance upon digital processes, and the exponential increase in online data make cybersecurity one of the greatest challenges of our time. Despite this, few are equipped with the necessary skills to tackle it. Hacker House was created to close the skills gap quickly, efficiently and effectively. Taught by world-renowned ethical hackers, our students are plunged head-first into real-world cyber-attack simulations and are assessed across a variety of practical assignments designed to cover every angle.

In short, we teach students how to think, act and move like a hacker – and then outmanoeuvre them. Sadly, this kind of approach did not exist on the market before Hacker House; cybersecurity qualifications were mostly delivered by large, expensive training firms, relied heavily on theory and were often out-of-date even before publication. What was critically required was cyber security training that moved as fast as the attackers.

Thus, Hacker House was born. Our method not only equips people with the right skills and mindsets but can train many people at scale. Hacker House initially began with training nights in East London but quickly developed into a series of workshops. Soon, this evolved into a four-day, classroom-based course called ‘Hands on Hacking’.

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