Cybrary Makes 500+ Hours of Premium Training Content Free

Cybrary is introducing Cybrary Free Access, 500+ hours of new, free premium content that provides individual users with the full essential skillset needed to launch a cyber career.

The move marks a sharp departure from the industry’s failing training options, and is designed to address the longstanding cybersecurity skills shortage. Through Cybrary Free Access, participants gain access to guided instruction on key foundational roles and concepts, certification preparation, and threat-based training, developing skills to defend against real adversaries.

Cybrary Free Access includes three categories of premium content with more than 500 hours of material to help users advance towards their career goals, including:

  • IT Foundations and Cybersecurity Foundations Paths: a comprehensive, deep dive into the core concepts found across all cybersecurity roles and the IT ecosystem:
    • IT Foundations: hardware, systems architecture, operating systems, networking and context.
    • Cybersecurity Foundations: career paths, threats and adversaries, vulnerabilities and risks, cryptography, hacking systems, defending systems, security architecture, controls, scripting, etc.
  • Certification Prep Courses: help for those who are not only looking to achieve recognized accreditations, but are also looking to understand the underlying concepts behind the certifications.
  • Advanced Courses: experienced talent seeking to further advance their skills can access a sampling of interactive labs based on realistic attack scenarios.

Visit Cybrary’s blog post to learn more about their commitment to solving the cybersecurity skills shortage and how to sign up for the Cybrary Free Access offering.

One Response to “Cybrary Makes 500+ Hours of Premium Training Content Free”

  1. […] announcement follows Cybrary’s recent Cybrary Free Access launch offering more than 500 hours of material designed to help users break into the cybersecurity […]

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