Get the cybersecurity hacking know-how to get hired — for under $30

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Say what you will about developers and network engineers and cloud system specialists. Today, there’s probably no more valued IT skill than being able to defend a computer network from hackers, cyber thieves, and other malicious online forces.

It’s the background of the 21st century, and you can start down that lucrative career path now with the Zero to Hero Cyber Security Hacker course bundle. It’s available for only $29 (over 90 percent off) from TNW Deals.

Through eight courses featuring over 12 hours of instruction, you’ll earn a full background and comprehensive understanding of IT security in 2017. From the fundamentals of cryptography and encryption to the vulnerabilities of computer networks and mobile apps — this learning bundle will help you kickstart a thriving career as a cybersecurity expert.

You’ll get a fundamental understanding of ethical hacking, including how it’s done, how to identify intrusions, and how to stop them. Once you’ve got a firm grip on the basics and the tools at your disposal to combat hacking, your training advances to the next level, offering real-time attack models while guiding you toward ways of safeguarding your systems and blocking similar assaults in the future.

Your instruction looks at both the technical puzzles an IT expert faces, including viruses, worms, Trojans, and backdoor-based attacks; as well as the human factors, such as how employees, business owners, and other computer users tend to have their security compromised and ways to protect against those vulnerabilities.

Get started on your new life in IT security today with this immersive training bundle, on sale now for $29 (a $360 value) for a limited time.

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