Who should attend?

This Bootcamp and Live Industry Project caters to individuals seeking to address the current cybersecurity challenges within the evolving Australian cloud landscape. Tailored for those specialising in cloud security, the program equips participants with hands-on skills in securing AWS infrastructures, emphasizing key areas such as IAM, payment processing, and user data security, providing essential tools and knowledge to safeguard digital services and infrastructure in the cloud.

Schedule

Location
Level 4, 1/3 Fitzwilliam st, Paramatta, NSW 2150
Start-Date
21 May 2024
2 July 2024
13 August 2024
24 September 2024
5 November 2024
Duration
4 weeks
6 weeks
10 weeks
Timing
Weekday evenings and Saturdays

Program and Fee Options

Most sessions will be held face to face to ensure a high degree of engagement and support for learners.

4 Week
Bootcamp

Option 1
$ 590 pay in Full
  • You can also pay in 4-instalments
    (147.50$ per Week)

6 Weeks
Live Industry Project

Option 2
$ 690 pay in Full
  • You can also pay in 6-instalments
    (115$ per Week)

10 Weeks
Bootcamp
Live Industry Project

Option 3
$ 1190 pay in Full
  • You can also pay in 10-instalments
    (119$ per Week)
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Bootcamp Outline

Week 1

Foundations of Cloud Security and AWS IAM

  • Understanding cloud security principles in Australia’s shift to cloud services. 
  • Deep dive into AWS services such as EC2, serverless architectures, and S3 buckets. 
  • Emphasis on AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM), covering keys, security groups, roles, and permissions.

Week 2

Advanced AWS Security and Data Protection

  • Advanced AWS security features, including detailed IAM configurations and key management.
  • Exploring firewalling, network ACLs, and other AWS security measures.

Week 3

Application Security, Authentication, and Payment Processing

  • Securing applications with strong authentication mechanisms like OAuth and Single Sign-On. 
  • Managing authentication protocols in AWS. 
  • Focus on payment processing solutions, particularly Stripe, and compliance with PCI DSS standards. 
  • Best practices for storing and securing user passwords in web applications. 
  • Exploring social authentication methods. 

Week 4

Advanced Security Practices and Real-world Application

  • Advanced security techniques, including securing API endpoints and implementing access controls. 
  • Case studies of recent data breaches, focusing on API vulnerabilities. 
  • Real-world case studies provide insights into evolving cyber threats. 
  • Developing a comprehensive, secure cloud setup equips participants with the skills to address complex security challenges. 

FAQ's

While some foundational knowledge in cybersecurity will be helpful, this program is intended for students who are eager to gain practical understanding of cybersecurity concepts and hands-on experience.

This Bootcamp and Live Industry Project will address a range of technologies and concepts crucial for navigating the security challenges in Australia’s rapid transition to cloud platforms, particularly focusing on AWS and Microsoft Azure environments. Participants will delve into: 

  • Cloud Security Foundations and AWS IAM: Covering cloud security principles and a deep dive into AWS services like EC2, serverless architectures, S3 buckets, and detailed exploration of AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM), including keys, security groups, roles, and permissions. 
  • Advanced AWS Security and Data Protection: This includes advanced AWS security features, IAM configurations, key management, firewalling, network ACLs, and other AWS security measures, vital for protecting against sophisticated cyber threats and ensuring data integrity and confidentiality. 
  • Application Security, Authentication, and Payment Processing: The course will focus on securing applications with mechanisms like OAuth and Single Sign-On, managing AWS authentication protocols, payment processing solutions like Stripe, compliance with PCI DSS standards, best practices for storing and securing user passwords, and exploring social authentication methods. 
  • Advanced Security Practices and Real-world Application: Participants will learn advanced security techniques, such as securing API endpoints and implementing access controls, with case studies on recent data breaches focusing on API vulnerabilities. The final project involves building a secure cloud infrastructure integrating payment and user data security, providing hands-on experience in addressing complex security challenges. 

 

Overall, this Bootcamp and Live Industry Project equips participants with the necessary tools and knowledge to protect digital services and infrastructure in the evolving cloud environment of Australia.

On completion, participants will receive a statement of completion. Candidates completing a live industry project will also gain project experience they may want to add to their portfolio to showcase their skills to potential employers. 

Most sessions will be held face to face to ensure a high degree of engagement and support for learners, however all sessions are also online to cater to students across Australia. 

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