It’s that time of year once more. Here at ISCN, we’ve compiled a list of the top ten finest cybersecurity courses for 2022. We asked our 100,000-strong ISCN LinkedIn network of cyber security professionals to rate their top cyber security courses, and this is the result. Continue reading to see the results.
And today, in 2022, the top CyberSecurity Certifications are…
They asked 50 of the most popular cybersecurity certificates 20 questions.
Penetration Testing Courses by SANS
SANS’ Penetration Testing Courses are on the verge of breaking into the top ten. These PenTest classes have a high success rate in assisting participants in achieving a better pay grade. Although not as well compensated as comparable jobs, persons with this qualification sometimes earn more than six figures. SANS’s ourses.
Number 9 on the list is a university degree in cyber security. This course is suggested for people pursuing managerial jobs, despite the fact that it is not highly rated by most cyber security specialists in terms of’real-world’ experience. However, this is reasonable because having a formal university degree looks great on a resume.
However, most university degrees are just as important as the university itself. If you’re undecided about which institution to attend, our 2022 guide includes a list of the world’s best scientific universities.
CCSP (Certified Cloud Security Professional)
The CCSP (Certified Cloud Security Professional) certification program ranks eighth on this list of cybersecurity qualifications. Despite dropping a few spots from the previous year, 15% of our poll respondents said they planned to finish the course within the next 12-24 months, indicating that it remains popular.
The fast expansion of cloud computing systems in recent years has resulted in a surge in interest in ISC2’s CCSP course. It is intended for information security professionals with at least 5 years of experience, including at least 1 year of cloud security and 3 years of information security experience.
This certification program is designed for professionals working in information security, IT architecture, governance, online and cloud security engineering, risk and compliance, and IT auditing at the mid- to advanced-level. Holders of the CCSP certification are knowledgeable in the following six CCSP domains:
- Design Requirements and Architectural Concepts
- Legal and Compliance Cloud Data Security Cloud Platform and Infrastructure Security Cloud Application Security Operations
The average yearly pay for CCSP credential holders is approximately $119,000, according to PayScale.
The CompTIA Security+ Course is ranked 7th this year. It continues in the top 10 despite rating lower than last year’s study, with 26% of survey respondents complimenting its applicability to real-world events.
This CompTIA Security+ Certification is an excellent place to start if you want to pursue a career in cyber security. It’s largely regarded as one of the greatest entry points into the cybersecurity field. The Security+ certification prepares the holder to deal with a wide variety of factors that must be considered in order to develop successful security policies.
CCISO – Certified Chief Information Security Officer – from EC-Council
The CCISO Certification from EC-Council is just on the hump at 6th place. This might be the greatest cybersecurity certification for people wishing to advance to management roles. This course, according to 33% of cyber security experts, is one of the best for providing learners with the skills and information they need to thrive in management roles. In the video below, CISO thought leader Todd Fitzgerald addresses a few questions concerning the certificate.