IBM Cybersecurity Analyst

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r/cybersecurity • post
28 points • AdityaMishra314159
Online courses for Cyber Security

I found this course on Coursera by IBM on Cybersecurity.

Is this a good course or one of the good ones at least?

If anyone has tried it, please tell me if it's worth it.
Also, how long did it take a you to complete this course?

If there are better courses please recommend. If i should go for anything else , do recommend.

r/cybersecurity • comment
2 points • MP_j

This course (IBM) is free and should provide you with alot of cybersecurity terms and background - plus you get a cert of completion that you can mark on your resume...

r/CompTIA • comment
1 points • mawster88

I’d have to find out as they just recently put certs on the list of items they would cover. What certification path would you recommend taking if I want to eventually get into Cyber security? I saw this course on Coursera that’s self paced but I’m not too sure if it covers what i need to know or if i should start with A+ then move from there

r/cybersecurity • comment
1 points • navyblade

This one particularly actually its a professional certificate IBM CYBERSECURITY analyst.

r/AntiSchooling • comment
1 points • Jaxlee2018

Maybe you could use something to get out of bed for. It sounds like you are very bored in school. Stay in school and get there on time .. but my suggestion is to take an online coding class. is free for any New Yorker. You can learn to code Games in Python, take a class in how to beat hackers at their own game , code virtual reality . If your having fun you will learn a lot and be motivated to do what has to be done so that you can focus on the fun stuff.

r/learnprogramming • comment
2 points • njoypc

If you want to get into any kind of development field (web/movile/games/software), start with CS50 @

If you want to get into development but CS50 proves too challenging at first, start with CS50 introductory course @

If you want less programming, you can get into Data Analytics @ Google's

or IBM's @

If you want to avoid programming altogether, you can get into Quality Assurance, there are many QA exams for which you can prepare with different courses on Udemy or even Youtube. First you'd learn Manual Testing, then you'd do Automated Testing, and so on.

There's also Cybersecurity programs and certificates, for example @ IBM's

There are also: Cloud computing, Machine Learning any many more other fields to get into. Just read up and see what you like.