Cyber Crime reached $3 trillion in 2016. In 2015 it was $500 billion. The reason for this is likely because most cyber security experts are not hackers or capable of thinking like hackers and are therefore unable to think of the many different ways in which hackers can break into your network.
A mistake often made by CEO’s in nearly every industry is that they trust their IT department to protect them from computer hackers. What CEO’s often fail to understand is that it does not matter how educated your IT manager or CTO may be, it does not make them a hacker, or capable of thinking like a hacker. Unlike your accountant or your attorney, hacking is not something you learn in a classroom. Unlike other crimes, its existence has only been in the past 30 years, and education has not yet caught up with the crime. It takes an ethical hacker to think like a hacking criminal!
When most people hear the term “Cyber Crime” it is often equated with computer hackers. This is far from the truth. In 2016 Cyber Crime generated over $3 trillion. This was a combination of computer hacking, cyber bullying, cyber extortion, phishing scams, online dating scams, identity theft and industrial espionage just to name a few.
National Cyber Security University is an eLearning organization that empowers the laymen to the professionals with real-world applicable training to enhance their professional credentials and skill sets. Our courses are designed by professionals in the industries of Cyber Crime, Intelligence & Counter-Intelligence, Cyber Security, eCommerce Fraud, Cyber Crime, Cyber Extortion, Cyber Blackmail, Parent Security, Child Security, Industrial Espionage and Sex Trafficking.
1. We do not believe in “reinventing the wheel”. We offer unique courses that other Colleges, Universities, Trade Schools and other Computer Training Institutes do not provide.
2. "Cyber Crime is Now More Profitable Than the Drug Trade, " according to the news site, Tripwire.com. While other cyber crime training courses only teach how to hack networks or how to protect a network from being hacked, they often do not teach the business part of cyber security. This is where we like to say "Cyber Crime Meets Entrepreneurship." You will find that many of our courses teach you how to make money in the field of cyber security. We try to teach everyone who takes our courses how to become their own boss and not someone's employee.
3. NCSU believes that everyone should learn to at least be able to protect themselves from cyber crime, as well as protect others from becoming a victim. We have set up several scholarship funds available to those who qualify, including; but not limited to: veterans, chronically homeless, individuals from low income families, and Ex-Offender.
No matter what your ambition may be, National Cyber Security University can help you along your new path.
NCSU can help Advance your career
How to transition from the corporate world to your own business
Boost your earning potential
How to market your services and your business
Become an expert for news and radio network
National Cyber Security University is committed to the success of its graduates. NCSU has teamed up with Technology Recruiting firms from around the world to assist in placing graduates of our certification courses into full-time, part-time and contract positions. These positions are in the IT Networking, Cyber Security and Computer Security industries. In preparation for job security, NCSU also offers assistance in resume writing and interviewing skills for all of our graduates. These services are included in the cost of the certification courses.
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