Cyber Phoenix Academy
Think You’re Ready For The Next Step In your Cybersecurity Career?
Become a cybersecurity engineer in as little as 34 weeks.
The Cyber Academy
The Cyber Academy is a progression of three courses designed to impart a strong foundation of defensive and offensive information security skills in 34 weeks of full-time study. Development of the 100% project-based, learn-by-doing program was funded, in part, by the Department of Defense (under agreement C5-16-0023), and the curriculum was designed in conjunction with DoD-selected experts.
Students work through 20 tasks (spending 1-2 weeks per task) online in a private cloud environment with help, advice, and feedback from a knowledgeable mentor and extensive online learning resources.
The tasks are embedded in the realistic, but fictional, context of work as an entry-level employee of a government cyber operations agency.
Gain Experience Working in All Key Areas of Information Security
Carefully designed, apprenticeship-style learning experience in realistic environments
100% Immersive project-based learning
One-on-one coaching and mentoring tailored to individual needs
Master skills before transitioning to the next level
Cohort based classes with weekly small-group meetings
Register as individual or a group
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A Broad Range of Mentor-Led Experiences for Novices
This comprehensive 3-course program is for you if you are:
A determined problem solver
Interested in leveling-up your
What Our Graduates Say
The Cyber Academy
A Robust Three-Course Program
Registration Closes 7 Days Before Start Date
6 Weeks, 25 Hours per Week
Exploit A Site & Fix Vulnerabilities
Investigate Suspicious Activity
Analyze Malicious Network Traffic
13 Weeks, 25 Hours per Week
Analyze a Remote Intrusion Attempt
Investigate an Incident using SIEM
Begin to Understand Malware
Reverse Engineering and Exploitation
15 Weeks, 25 Hours per Week
Reverse Engineer Suspicious Files
Conduct OSINT Analysis
Develop Buffer Overflow Exploits
Average Salaries in 2022: $109,749 *
A cybersecurity engineer designs and implements secure computer systems and networks to protect sensitive data from cyber attacks. They conduct security assessments, monitor network activity, and respond to security incidents to prevent future breaches. They stay up-to-date on the latest cybersecurity threats and collaborate with other IT professionals to ensure the security and compliance of computer systems and networks.
ZipRecruiter (as of April 2022)
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Thursday, February 28 at 6 PM EST
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All course expenses are included in tuition, no hidden fees or software to purchase.
Immediate Immersion: $1,650 + Book to be purchased separately: $40
Cyber Defense: $4,090
Reverse Engineering and Exploitation: $4,030