Build an IT career with this 3-Certification Essentials Training bundle

Build an IT career with this 3-Certification Essentials Training bundle

If you have IT security management career ambitions, a full-fledged immersion in essential training is available in the IT Security CISA, CISSP & CISM Certification Training offer, now an impressive 91 percent off on TNW Deals.

Built around industry best-practice guidelines, the IT Cyber Security bundle consists of three courses:

  • CISA Certified Information Systems Auditor course
  • CISSP Certified Information Systems Security Professional course
  • CISM Certified Information Security Manager course

Each course has been designed to address real world challenges, so that the technologies and techniques covered can be applied to any situation.

Using a series of instructor-led videos and self-study manuals throughout each of the bundled courses, the IT Cyber Security package is delivered online using the learning platform.

A series of flash cards will keep you sharp as you progress through the courses, while a number of practical scenarios in each module can be used to practice common responses.

End of unit tests and quizzes ensure you’ll have fully grasped the concepts behind IT Cyber Security, before moving on to the next task.

Social networking facilities allow you to interact with other students, adding another valuable learning tool by which to further improve knowledge and skills – while increasing your networking potential along the way.

The IT Cyber Security package is tailored towards the evolving needs of businesses who need to protect against attack by hackers and other cybercriminals. With three courses combined into a single package,  a comprehensive syllabus will ensure your complete understanding of internal and external security provisioning.

When you’re ready to take the deep dive on qualifying for a high-level IT job, the IT Security CISA, CISSP & CISM Certification Training bundle awaits for just $69 on TNW Deals.

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