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Learn digital forensics and more with this cybersecurity training bundle


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TL;DR: As of September 16, you can get the Tech Certification Training Bundle for just $49.99 instead of $2,189 — that's a 97% discount.


Getting into cybersecurity means a lot more than knowing how to code and manage a firewall. Understanding InfoSec tools and digital forensics may also play a part in the cybersecurity and IT roles you apply for. If you want to start learning about those topics and more, check out the Complete 2023 Tech Certification Training Bundle for $49.99 — a price you won't find anywhere else online. 

Learn penetration testing, digital forensics, and more 

Whether you’ve started researching cybersecurity practices yourself or this is your first foray into the topic, this bundle should be a great place to start. You’ll get 11 courses on digital forensics, penetration testing Information Security, and more. It all adds up to be over 100 hours of instruction coming from Skill Success instructors. Skill Success has been featured on Mashable, TechRadar, and CNET, and they’re a globally recognized provider of cybersecurity training. 

This course pack both covers general IT skills and more focused, industry-specific practices. For general, transferable skills, you could expect to learn more about basic cybersecurity, Pentesting, and security architecture, among others. You could also learn more about handling actual security breaches on your network in the Certified Incident Handling Engineer course. 

Interested in the IT side of healthcare? This bundle has an 8.5-hour course on just that. Learn the skills it takes to become a Certified Healthcare Information Systems Security Practitioner. This course covers general information about the healthcare industry, learning to establish a regulatory environment, seeing how you’d implement healthcare privacy and security policies, and implementing best risk management practices. 

All courses are available for life once you purchase. That means the only learning pace is the one you set. 

See what it takes to become a cybersecurity professional

Want to get into cybersecurity? This bundle may be your first step to learning the skills and best practices of the industry. For a limited time, get this Tech Certification Training Bundle for just $49.99, marked down from $2,189, the best price anywhere online. 

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