Cyber Security

TALENT's Cyber Security microcredential provides essential knowledge related to critical cyber security concepts and practices for any business.

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Cyber security attacks have continuously been on the rise and have grown in sophistication, so it’s important for businesses to have the right people with the right skills to respond. TALENT'S Cyber Security microcredential prepares professionals be able to respond more quickly to threats, and help ensure a business’s competitiveness and reputation.

Microcredentials: a big amount of learning in a small amount of time

TALENT has developed three instructional offerings to accommodate your unique learning styles and life commitments.

Self-Paced

$99
3 months/self-paced

Hybrid

$189
3 months/self-paced
All features in Self-Paced
Plus

Facilitator-Led

$399
6 weeks/8-10 hours per week
All features in Hybrid
Plus

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Industries Seeking This Skill

Energy

Solar, wind, natural gas, nuclear, bioenergy, and hydro-electric. Ontario’s energy industry is powered by the planet and filled with potential.

Advanced Manufacturing

From automotive design to large-scale processing plants, Ontario is home to some of the world's most cutting-edge advanced manufacturing.

Healthcare

Never before has a sector been so critical as healthcare during the pandemic. Challenging, rewarding, and always in high demand, careers in healthcare are second to none.

Job Market

Canada's labour force is undergoing a digital transformation while also recovering from a pandemic-induced economic slowdown. In these remarkable times, there are a range of opportunities to innovate, grow, and prepare for the high-growth jobs of tomorrow.

THE CYBER SECURITY JOBS OF TOMORROW

Software Developer
Software engineers and designers research, design, evaluate, integrate and maintain software applications, technical environments, operating systems, embedded software, information warehouses and telecommunications software. They are employed in information technology consulting firms, information technology research and development firms, and information technology units throughout the private and public sectors, or they may be self-employed.
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Information systems Analysts and consultants
Information systems analysts and consultants analyze and test systems requirements, develop and implement information systems development plans, policies and procedures, and provide advice on a wide range of information systems issues. They are employed in information technology consulting firms and in information technology units throughout the public and private sectors, or they may be self-employed.
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