Learn About Cybersecurity Basics

Understanding where there may be vulnerabilities in your network can help you better protect your network from possible cyberattacks. This video series goes into the necessary tools and techniques that help you establish and maintain good cybersecurity practices. If you're interested in IT, consider our other complimentary self-paced skill-building videos that cover basics and more in-depth topics like Data Analytics with Power BI.

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Video Details:

LENGTH: 1 hour

COST & FEES: $0.00, 100% complimentary

Cybersecurity Basics Video

What You'll Learn

This video series covers:

  • Virtualization tools.
  • The necessary operating systems and techniques necessary for good cybersecurity practices.
  • How to build your own lab.
  • How to scan devices.
  • How easy it is to exploit a known flaw.

This skill-building video is designed for those who have a basic IT knowledge or interest in the field. Consider this video series if you are looking to get started in an IT-related career.

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About Alan Rynarzewski

Alan Rynarzewski is a professor who brings nearly 20 years of experience working in the fields of Network Security and Cybersecurity to DeVry. His foray into the field started by working at Verizon before he moved to the NGA. He spent the majority of his career at the National Security Agency (NSA). He currently teaches Networking, Information Technology, Cybersecurity and Operating Systems and has his CCNA, CCNA-Security, CCNP and may other vendor certifications.

Additional Details

  • These online, self-paced videos are non-credit bearing, avocational and not part of a DeVry University or Keller Graduate School of Management program of study.
  • These short videos are provided to help you develop or enhance your skills. Completion of these videos does not lead to employment.

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*DeVry University is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission (HLC), www.hlcommission.org. The University's Keller Graduate School of Management is included in this accreditation.