Cybersecurity Experts Course

Become a Cyber Security Specialist with Geeklurn. Learn how to Stop Hackers, prevent Hacking and techniques used for IT Security.

12 Months


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2200+ Alumni Students Upto $4000 Stifend for R&D Projects 100% Online Live Training Sessions 105+ Hiring Partners  Curriculum designed by Industry Experts

2200+ Alumni Students Upto $4000 Stifend for R&D Projects 100% Online Live Training Sessions 105+ Hiring Partners  Curriculum designed by Industry Experts


Next class starts Aug 15

Course Overview

12-Month Course Duration

- 6 months of live and interactive sessions by Data Experts
- 6 months of research and development projects at Geeklurn AI Solution

320+ hours of Live Training Interactive Sessions by Data Scientists

Scholarships up to $4000 on the type of Research Project undertaken

100% Placement Assistance

Placement Opportunities with our partners after course completion

Why is Cybersecurity important

Cyber security is extremely crucial as it protects the data, as well as the integrity of the computing assets belonging to or connecting to an organization’s network.
An estimated 3,400 cyber security professionals are expected to be in high demand by 2021 to fill in the roles for threat and vulnerability assessment, security management, and incident and crisis management in Singapore. And the majority of these cyber security job openings are found in large multinational corporations, across the banking, finance, healthcare, and IT sectors.
An entry-level Cyber Security Analyst with less than one year of experience can expect to earn an average total compensation (including tips, bonus, and overtime pay) of $41,043. The salary can further see a spike upto $86,500 based on the experience.
Why Geeklurn’s Cybersecurity Course?

The Cybersecurity program by Geeklurn is entirely covered by Cyber specialists in the industry. The syllabus is designed in a way which will induce curiosity amongst freshers as well as experienced professionals.


The purpose of using cybersecurity is to defend these assets against all threatening factors that keep hitting the digital world. And Geeklurn will help you achieve the same efficiently.


After this course, one would know how to protect the digital data, networks, programs and other crucial information from all the unauthorized or unattended access. Cybersecurity not only helps us to secure information but also protects our system from any unwanted virus attack.

Who needs to pursue this course?

Anyone with a natural curiosity towards software technology and computer systems is eligible to pursue this course to become a Cyber Specialist, provided you have the following prerequisites:


  • Good command over programming languages.
  • Good Analytical Skills.
  • Basics of Machine Learning
  • Natural curiosity to understand algorithms.
  • Organizational and Problem Solving Skills

What are the possible roles and job descriptions possible after this course?

  • Network or Systems Administrator
  • Security Administrator
  • Network Engineer
  • Security Analyst
  • Software Developer

Students Reviews

Security Administrator - SIMELABS
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The most important and interesting part of the Geeklurn's Cybersecurity expert course is the practical learning. Learning theoretically helps a lot but practising the concepts builds the base very strongly. Amazing course it is.
Security Analyst - Echo
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I learned so many things in this Cybersecurity expert course by Geeklurn like SQL injections, cookies, etc. I'm really happy that I took up this course. Looking forward to developing more knowledge in this field.
Software Developer - Amazon Development Center
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I learnt about Geeklurn from my peers, and since then I have done 5 course programs. In Cybersecurity, I got the exposure to different types of cyberattacks & vulnerabilities and insight into tools used by ethical hackers.
Nimble AppGenie
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Geeklurn is the best platform to start learning cyber security. This course would be a good eye-opener for people who do not know the fundamentals of software security and cyberattacks. Thank you Geeklurn!

Students Reviews




Foundations of Cyber Security Concepts

Fundamentals of Information Systems Security provides a comprehensive overview of the essential concepts readers must know as they pursue careers in information systems security. It opens with a discussion of the new risks, threats, and vulnerabilities associated with the transformation to a digital world, including a look at how business, government, and individuals operate today. Part Two is adapted from the official (ISC)2 SSCP Certified Body of Knowledge and presents a high-level overview of each of the seven domains within the System Security Certified Practitioner certification. The text closes with a resource for readers who desire additional material on cybersecurity standards, education, professional certifications, and compliance laws.


Course Learning Outcomes:


  • Focuses on new risks, threats, and vulnerabilities associated with the transformation to a digital world.
  • New sections on cloud computing, risk analysis, IP mobility, OMNIBus, and Agile Software Development.
  • Includes changes in laws, security certificates, standards, amendments, and the proposed Federal Information Security Amendments Act of 2013 Act.
  • Provides new and updated data, statistics, tables, and cases.
  • Presents a high-level overview of each of the seven domains within the (ISC)2 System Security Certification Practitioner certification.

Legal Issues in Cybersecurity addresses the area where law and cybersecurity concerns intersect. Information systems security and legal compliance are now required to protect critical governmental and corporate infrastructure, intellectual property created by individuals and organizations alike, and information that individuals believe should be protected from unreasonable intrusion. Organizations must build numerous cybersecurity and privacy responses into their daily operations to protect the business itself, fully meet legal requirements, and meet the expectations of employees and customers.


Course Learning Outcomes:


  • Includes discussions of amendments in several relevant federal and state laws and regulations since 2011.
  • Reviews relevant court decisions that have come to light since the publication of the first edition.
  • Includes numerous cybersecurity data breaches highlighting new vulnerabilities.

Managing Risk in Information Systems

Managing Risk in Information Systems provides a comprehensive overview of the SSCP® Risk, Response, and Recovery Domain in addition to providing a thorough overview of risk management and its implications on IT infrastructures and compliance. Written by industry experts, and using a wealth of examples and exercises, this book incorporates hands-on activities to walk the reader through the fundamentals of risk management, strategies and approaches for mitigating risk, and the anatomy of how to create a plan that reduces risk.


Course Learning Outcomes:


  • Provides a modern and comprehensive view of information security policies and frameworks.
  • Examines the technical knowledge and software skills required for policy implementation.
  • Explores the creation of an effective IT security policy framework.
  • Discusses the latest governance, regulatory mandates, business drives, and legal considerations.

Security Policies and Implementation

This course provides an overview of security administration and fundamentals of designing security architectures. Topics include networking technologies, TCP/IP concepts, protocols, network traffic analysis, monitoring, and security best practices. Upon completion, students should be able to identify normal network traffic using network analysis tools and design basic security defenses. The course is designed to help prepare for the TestOut Security Pro certification exam.


Course Learning Outcomes:


  • Provides a modern and comprehensive view of information security policies and frameworks.
  • Examines the technical knowledge and software skills required for policy implementation.
  • Explores the creation of an effective IT security policy framework.
  • Discusses the latest governance, regulatory mandates, business drives, and legal considerations.

Auditing IT Infrastructures for Compliance

Auditing IT Infrastructures for Compliance provides a unique, in-depth look at recent U.S.-based Information systems and IT infrastructure compliance laws in both the public and private sectors. Written by industry experts, this book provides a comprehensive explanation of how to audit IT infrastructures for compliance based on the most recent laws and the need to protect and secure business and consumer privacy data. Using examples and exercises, this Second Edition incorporates numerous hands-on activities to prepare readers to complete IT compliance auditing skillfully.


Course Learning Outcomes:


  • Includes updates on new pertinent laws and regulations, including FISMA and DoD.
  • References all-new standards such as COBIT, SANS, ISACA, ISO/IEC 27001, and CRMA.
  • New sections added on the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA).
  • Service Organization Control (SOC) Reports.
  • The NIST Cybersecurity Framework.
  • Certification in Risk Assessment (CRMA).

Access Control

Access control protects resources against unauthorized viewing, tampering, or destruction. They serve as a primary means of ensuring privacy, confidentiality, and prevention of unauthorized disclosure. Revised and updated with the latest data from this fast-paced field, Access Control, Authentication, and Public Key Infrastructure defines the components of access control, provides a business framework for implementation, and discusses legal requirements that impact access control programs. It looks at the risks, threats, and vulnerabilities prevalent in information systems and IT infrastructures and how to handle them. It provides a student and professional resource that details how to put access control systems to work, as well as testing and managing them.


Course Learning Outcomes:


  • Updated references to Windows 8 and Outlook 2011.
  • A new discussion of recent Chinese hacking incidents.
  • Examples depicting the risks associated with a missing unencrypted laptop containing private data.
  • New sections on the Communications Assistance for Law Enforcement Act (CALEA) and granting Windows folder permissions are added.
  • New information on the Identity Theft Enforcement and Restitution Act and the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA).

Security Strategies in Windows Platforms and Applications

Security Strategies in Windows Platforms and Applications focuses on new risks, threats, and vulnerabilities associated with the Microsoft Windows operating system. Most individuals, students, educators, businesses, organizations, and governments use Microsoft Windows, which has experienced frequent attacks against its well-publicized vulnerabilities. Emphasis is placed on Windows XP, Vista, and 7 on the desktop, and Windows Server 2003 and 2008 versions. It highlights how to use tools and techniques to decrease risks arising from vulnerabilities in Microsoft Windows operating systems and applications. The book also includes a resource for readers desiring more information on Microsoft Windows OS hardening, application security, and incident management. With its accessible writing style and step-by-step examples, this must-have resource will ensure readers are educated on the latest Windows security.


Course Learning Outcomes:


  • New information on Windows 2012 and its four different editions.
  • New information on malware, ransomware, and spyware.
  • The latest on Agile Software Development, including its history, purpose, and definition.
  • Discussion of hacktivists and examples of some of their recent attacks.
  • New information on Windows 2012 and DAC, Managed Service Accounts, and Expression-based Security Audit Policy.
  • Discusses new BitLocker features.

Security Strategy in Linux Platform and Applications

Linux addresses the fundamentals of the Linux operating system. This course include system architecture and history, system installation and configuration, the command line interface and shell commands, basic system administration, system updates, file systems, access controls, network services configuration, printer configuration, system services, security models, and scripting. The course is designed to help prepare for the TestOut Linux Pro certification exam.


Major Instructional Areas:


  • Linux operating system architecture, use cases, and general background
  • Linux system installation and configuration
  • The command line interface and shell commands
  • Basic system administration and system updates
  • Network services and printer configuration
  • Linux system services and security
  • Editing files and scripting
  • User accounts, user groups, user ownerships, and user permissions (access controls)
  • Linux cloud and virtualization
  • Course Learning Outcomes:


Course Learning Outcomes:


  • Use simple Linux commands to create directories, files, and to get help.
  • Execute functions and tasks with commands and scripts.
  • Examine the Linux operating system architecture and its differences among other operating systems like Windows and Unix.
  • Establish and maintain security controls for users, tools, applications, and file system permissions on the Linux operating system.
  • Install, configure, and maintain a Linux operating system on a desktop or server.

Network Security, Firewalls, and VPNs

Network Security, Firewalls, and VPNs provide a unique, in-depth look at the major business challenges and threats that are introduced when an organization’s network is connected to the public Internet. Written by an industry expert, this book provides a comprehensive explanation of network security basics, including how hackers access online networks and the use of Firewalls and VPNs to provide security countermeasures. Using examples and exercises from the field, this book incorporates hands-on activities to prepare the reader to disarm threats and prepare for emerging technologies and future attacks.


Course Learning Outcomes:


  • New information on Internet Protocol Version 4 (IPv4) with clarification on the difference between IPv6 and IPv4.
  • Discussion of DNS faults.
  • New information on “Mobile IP” and “Bring Your Own Device.”
  • Discussion of the use of a sniffer tool or Wireshark.
  • Uncovers VPN implementation via a cloud application.
  • Updated statistical information and industry data.

Hacker Techniques, Tools, and Incident Handling

Hacker Techniques, Tools, and Incident Handling begins with an examination of the landscape, key terms, and concepts that a security professional needs to know about hackers and computer criminals who break into networks, steal information, and corrupt data. It goes on to review the technical overview of hacking: how attacks target networks and the methodology they follow. The final section studies the most-effective methods when dealing with hacking attacks, especially in an age of increased reliance on the Web. Written by a subject matter expert with numerous real-world examples, the Second Edition provides readers with a clear, comprehensive introduction to the many threats in our Internet environment and security, and what can be done to combat them.


Course Learning Outcomes:


  • Includes a completely new Chapter 13 on social engineering and what it means in the context of cybersecurity, including a typical attack, identity theft, and best security practices.
  • Provides new information on cryptography and encryption in network protocols.
  • Updated references to Windows 8, Server 2008, and Server 2012.
  • Added information on Active Directory and Symantec Security Suite 10.
  • Includes new material on using social networks, Wardriving and Warflying, detecting rogue access points, and Wi-Fi Pineapple.
  • New section material on cloud computing and cloud security issues.

Internet Security: How to Defend Against Online Attackers

Internet Security: How to Defend Against Online Attackers provides an in-depth look at how to secure mobile users as customer-facing information migrates from mainframe computers and application servers to Web-enabled applications. Written by an industry expert, the book explores the evolutionary changes that have occurred in data processing and computing, personal and business communications, and social interactions and networking on the Internet. It goes on to review all the risks, threats, and vulnerabilities associated with Web-enabled applications accessible via the Internet. Using examples and exercises, the Second Edition incorporates hands-on activities to prepare readers to secure Web-enabled applications successfully.


Course Learning Outcomes:


  • Securing Mobile Communications.
  • Addresses the latest Web security issues and solutions from the administrator, developer, and user perspectives.
  • Examines mobile device and connectivity security.

System Forensics, Investigation, and Response

System Forensics, Investigation, and Response begins by examining the fundamentals of system forensics, such as what forensics is, the role of computer forensics specialists, computer forensic evidence, and the application of forensic analysis skills. Computer crimes call for forensics specialists, people who know how to find and follow the evidence. It also provides an overview of computer crimes, forensic methods, and laboratories. It then addresses the tools, techniques, and methods used to perform computer forensics and investigation. Finally, it explores emerging technologies as well as future directions of this interesting and cutting-edge field.


Course Learning Outcomes:


  • The Second Edition includes all-new content. A complete rewrite of the first edition.
  • The latest data and statistics on computer forensics.
  • Special coverage on:
    • Email Forensics
    • Windows Forensics
    • Mac Forensics
    • Linux Forensics
    • Mobile Forensics


Cyberwarfare puts students on the real-world battlefield of cyberspace! Students will learn the history of cyberwarfare, techniques used in both offensive and defensive information warfare, and how cyberwarfare is shaping military doctrine. Written by subject matter experts, this book combines accessible explanations with realistic experiences and case studies that make cyberwar evident and understandable.


Course Learning Outcomes:


  • Incorporates hands-on activities, relevant examples, and realistic exercises to prepare readers for their future careers.
  • Includes detailed case studies drawn from actual cyberwarfare operations and tactics.
  • Provides fresh capabilities information drawn from the Snowden NSA leaks.

Wireless and Mobile Device Security

Wireless and Mobile Device Security explores the evolution of wired networks to wireless networking and its impact on the corporate world. The world of wireless and mobile devices is constantly evolving, with many individuals relying solely on their wireless devices in the workplace and at home. The growing use of mobile devices demands that organizations become more educated in securing this growing technology and determining how to best protect their assets. Using case studies and real-world events, it goes on to discuss risk assessments, threats, and vulnerabilities of wireless networks, as well as the security measures that should be put in place to mitigate breaches. The text closes with a look at the policies and procedures in place and a glimpse ahead at the future of wireless and mobile device security.


Course Learning Outcomes:


  • Incorporates hands-on activities, relevant examples, and realistic exercises to prepare readers for their future careers.
  • Includes detailed case studies drawn from real-world events.
  • Discusses the history and evolution of wireless networks.
  • Explores the impact of wireless on the corporate world.

Fundamentals of Python

This course is an introduction to object-oriented design and data structures using the popular Python programming language. The level of instruction assumes at least one term/semester of programming in an object-oriented language such as Java, C++, or Python. Through the step-by-step instruction and exercises in this book, you’ll cover such topics as the design of collection classes with polymorphism and inheritance, multiple implementations of collection interfaces, and the analysis of space/time tradeoffs of different collection implementations (specifically array-based implementations and link-based implementations). Collections covered include sets, lists, stacks, queues, trees, dictionaries, and graphs.


Course Learning Outcomes:


  • Searching, Sorting, and Complexity Analysis
  • Arrays and Linked Structures
  • Interfaces, Implementations, and Polymorphism
  • Inheritance and Abstract Classes
  • Stacks, Queues, Lists, Trees, Graphs, Sets and Dictionaries.

Capstone Course

This course serves as a comprehensive assessment of knowledge and skills in information systems and cybersecurity. Activities include research into selected security problems and planning, designing, and implementing security solutions for a user organization.


Course Learning Outcomes:


  • Prepare a Request for Proposals (RFP) content and purpose.
  • Present a survey of existing security controls.
  • Analyze current security gaps and present a formal report.
  • Create a design of approaches to address security gaps.
  • Communicating proposed solutions through a RFP response.

Communication and Technical Writing

This course is designed to prepare you in the basics of research and writing. You will begin with learning the fundamentals of writing: how to tell if a website is credible/trustworthy, tips and strategies, critiquing, preparing for a research paper, designing an outline, developing a thesis statement, writing a conclusion, and referencing your work. What you learn in this course will help you succeed in courses following this, including your final capstone project.


Course Learning Outcomes:


  • Acquire appropriate communication skills.
  • Learn to navigate and use available resources.
  • Determine when a website is credible for use in research and writing.
  • Learn how to overcome obstacles when writing.
  • Demonstrate considerate critiquing.
  • Develop an ability to review and write a comprehensive paper with a reference page.
  • Engage in group discussions (collaboration) and activities to develop critical perspectives, as well as a clear sense of audience, in an effective manner.
  • Develop accurate and concise writing skills.
  • Demonstrate the use of correct citation standards.

Introduction to Statistics

Introductory Statistics will familiarize students with a broad base of concepts in probability and statistical methods. Students will learn how to collect, analyze, and interpret numerical data and descriptive statistics, create basic probability models, and use statistical inference. This course stresses a wide variety of relevant applications, and students will understand how to interpret and critically analyze research data and apply statistical reasoning and interpretation.


Course Learning Outcomes:


  • Explain the general concepts of statistics.
  • Present and describe graphical data.
  • Analyze data using regression and correlation.
  • Interpret probability distributions for random variables.
  • Compute and interpret point and interval estimates.
  • Perform hypothesis tests.
  • Think critically about information consumed in daily life and use an understanding of statistics to make good decisions based on that information (statistical literacy).

Social Psychology

Why do individuals behave in a certain manner? How do relationships, people, and society influence such behaviors? The purpose of this course is to introduce you to the field of social psychology, but more specifically, understand how others influence our behaviors. This course will provide a general overview of human behavior in a social matrix. The course will explore topics and concepts such as social psychology research, the self, prejudice and discrimination, attraction, relationships, aggression, socialization, and conformity.


Course Learning Outcomes:


  • Apply proper research techniques to produce comprehensive writings by utilizing course texts, readings, discussions, and presentations.
  • Discuss and critique topics in weekly group collaboration and activities to develop diverse and critical perspectives.
  • Identify and describe the terminology relevant to social psychology.
  • Recognize social behavior concepts, along with their motivation and influences.
  • Apply these concepts to real-life phenomena.
  • Examine the methodology used by social psychologists.
  • Analyze and interpret statistical data presented in social psychology research.

Ethics for the Business Professional

What is the right thing to do? What is the ETHICAL thing to do? This course will introduce the principles of ethics (moral philosophy) through a variety of topics and dilemmas. We will examine the ideas of goodness, badness, wrongness, and rightness. We will learn about the ethical theories of philosophers and apply the knowledge to current events to better understand morality, obligation, human rights, and human nature.


Course Learning Outcomes:


  • Apply proper research techniques to produce comprehensive writings by utilizing course texts, readings, discussions, and presentations.
  • Discuss and critique topics in weekly group collaboration and activities to develop diverse and critical perspectives.
  • Identify and describe the terminology relevant to ethics, human nature, and morality.
  • Recognize ethical and moral behavior and its motivation.
  • Examine ethical theories and methodologies used to determine goodness and rightness.
  • Analyze and interpret statistical data and the review of the literature.

Principles of Microeconomics

Economics is the study of how a society manages its resources. In most societies, resources are allocated through the combined choices of their members. Economists study how people make the decisions, how they work, what they buy, how much they save, and how they invest those savings. Economists also study how people interact with one another. Finally, economists analyze forces and trends that affect the economy, including the growth of income, the fraction of the population who cannot work, and the rate at which prices are rising or falling. This course covers these concepts and more.


Course Learning Outcomes:


  • Concepts in trade.
  • Marketing forces of supply and demand.
  • Government policies and their effect.
  • Taxation
  • Competitive markets and monopolies.
  • Cost of Production.
  • Earnings, poverty, and discrimination.
  • Theory of consumer choice.

Introduction to Project Management

Gain a strong understanding of IT project management as you learn to apply today’s most-effective project management tools and techniques. The course emphasizes the latest developments and skills to help you prepare for the Project Management Professional (PMP) or Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) exams. While the PMBOK® Guide discusses, the course goes well beyond the Guide to provide a meaningful context for project management.


Course Learning Outcomes:


  • Illustrate the factors that influence the success of the project, as well as define and explain how to create an IT security project plan.
  • Identify the requirements of the IT infrastructure and compare and contrast the role of the IT security project team and incident response team.
  • Examine various project parameters and processes and recommend how to integrate them into the IT security project.
  • Explain the general IT security project plan and assess the risk factors associated with it.
  • Evaluate the WBS, explain risk management, summarize the incident response and disaster recovery processes, and formulate risk mitigation strategies.
  • Design an IT security project plan, organize the processes, predict risks, and illustrate the role of change management.
  • Examine how auditing and documentation processes help in managing the IT security project.
  • Test the quality of the project, evaluate the factors involved in closing the project, and demonstrate how legal standards affect the security strategy.

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Cloud Computing Industry
Fault Tolerance & Redundant System with Seamless Integration to Development on AWS
Financial Services & Software
Robo-Advisors common place in the financial domain
Agriculture Sector
Fight Food Scarcity and Empower Small Farmers

Course Features

Mentorship by Industry Experts

Professional guidance on courses related doubts from our industrial mentors.

Industrial Boost camps

Participate in hackathons, live research and development projects and online sessions.

Peer Networking

Exchange queries, project ideas, knowledge with our alumni, experts and your colleagues.

Placement Assistance

Get corporate guidance from our experienced mentors who help you get job-ready.

Course Fee

Online Training + Mentorship

$1000 USD

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Frequently Asked Questions

Do mobile devices show security risks?

Mobile devices did bring great utility in terms of convenience and allowing individuals to be “online all the time.” However, the use of mobile devices for communicating and for sharing data create inherent security issues and add more points of access to the network. Mobile malware threats are certainly growing and a significant security concern with mobile devices is a matter of concern. Additional risks related to mobile devices are that the personal devices being used in the workplace and authentication of the user.

Do cloud services also create new cyber security issues?

Yes. Cloud services do provide flexibility, scalability, measured service and certain cost efficiencies, but also present additional security risks associated with authentication, access and storage of government and personal data. The total economic cost and different security elements of cloud services needs to be fully understood when evaluating cloud computing in general and the various deployment models (public, private, hybrid, community). Consumer based cloud services used by government workers present additional risks because they may not offer any rigorous security controls.

Can I have access to the live training sessions in case I missed one?

We have a 24x7 LMS access for all our live online classes.

Do we have an EMI option for making payments ?

Students have the leverage to buy courses using credit card EMI.

Do we have any R&D projects for this course?

We offer a six months internship for every course after the live training sessions for the first six months. During the course of the internship, you will be exposed to industry knowledge, corporate sector, research and development and hands-on practical experience by our experts.