With more and more businesses putting their data into the cloud, the ability to ensure confidentiality, integrity, and availability of digital assets has become paramount to their success and survival.

The Cybersecurity course will focus on building the knowledge and skills in cyber security trends and practices to protect business assets.

Start Date

Jan. 24, 2022 Applications are now closed

14 Weeks

Live + Self-Guided Learning


Course Details

Course Outline:

  • 25 hours per week of self-paced learning
  • Weekly live sessions for Q&A, Lunch & Learn, Technical Tutorials, and Game Nights
  • Up to 2 hours of live success program session
  • Showcase on the last week of the program where you will present the project you’ve completed in the course to a panel of industry experts and potential hiring managers

What You'll Learn:

  • Fundamentals of networking technologies
  • Information security trends and anomalies recognition
  • Basics of the legal landscape in cybersecurity
  • The concept of ethical hacking.
  • You’ll receive a micro-credential from Rogers Cybersecure Catalyst with the option to stack towards future Cybersecurity certifications
  • The option to sit for the GFACT Certification Exam. For more info on this certificate, click here

Career Pathways

IT Security Support Specialist / IT Security Incident Response Analyst

  • Currently 2,000+ related roles in Canada
  • Monitors company’s IT systems and Identifies anomalies, documents and triages different concerns to be addressed by various teams based on the level of the threat
Learning Partners
  • Ryerson University
  • Rogers CyberSecure Catalyst
  • Scale Without Borders

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Eligibility Requirements:

If you are:

  • 16 years of age or older
  • Belong to an underrepresented community (i.e. Black, Indigenous or Person of Colour, 2SLGBTQ+, newcomer, etc.)
  • Located in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area
  • Eligible to work in Canada
  • Looking for training to land full-time employment in a tech or innovation role