How to Become a Cybersecurity Analyst

Cybersecurity analyst is a profession that has been very sought after by companies. To prepare, you can find everything from online courses to colleges focused on the area.

Below, we have separated some information that may be interesting for you to know the market. Who knows, maybe you can find an opportunity in cybersecurity?

COURSES
There are courses of the most varied types and levels for those who want to learn more about cybersecurity. Below, we list some of them:

Udemy : online and short courses;
Educa + Brasil : graduation with a degree in cybersecurity technologist, the course lasts, on average, 3 years. For graduates of courses related to Information Technology, colleges also offer postgraduate courses in the area of ​​cybersecurity;
Inmetro : that's right! The National Institute of Metrology, Quality and Technology, from the Federal Government, offers a technical course in cybersecurity, aimed at young people studying or graduating from high school;
Escola Superior de Redes : the training is divided into face-to-face meetings and online sessions to clarify doubts, and has 80 class hours;
Unifor : the Federal University of Fortaleza offers an MBA in cybersecurity, aimed at those who already have a degree in Computer Science or related areas;
Mackenzie : the postgraduate course is on-site and lasts 18 months, and is offered to professionals in the field of information technology, civilian or military;
Fiap : online, but with an undergraduate degree, the FIAP course is called Cyber ​​Defense, has a technologist level and lasts 2 years.
Certifications
There are no specific certifications for the cybersecurity area, but some certifications are desired by professionals who aim for more relevant positions. Keep in mind, however, that some of them require a minimum amount of experience.

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Discover the most sought after certifications in the Information Security sector and the like:

CEH: Certified Ethical Hacker
ECSA: CE Council Certified Security Analyst
GSEC / GCIH / GCIA: GIAC security certifications
CISSP: Certified Professional in Information Systems Security

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