It's your time to participate in the Cybersecurity Bootcamp in the 42 campuses in Madrid, Urduliz (Bizkaia), Barcelona and Malaga. For 8 weeks, from 11 April to 2 June, in this bootcamp, developed by Fundación Telefónica and the students of the cybersecurity league of the 42 Madrid programming campus and with the collaboration of Telefónica Tech and Splunk, you will be able to train in one of the most employable fields of technology today: cybersecurity. In addition, you will acquire basic knowledge of Python, the most popular programming language of the moment. In this edition, the bootcamp participants will also be able to make use of Splunk, one of the most powerful tools on the market in operational intelligence for monitoring, analysing and visualising large volumes of data.
Campus 42 is throwing itself fully into cybersecurity training by opening registrations for this new edition of the Cybersecurity Bootcamp.
According to data from the Employment Map published by Fundación Telefónica, in Spain there are almost 1750 vacancies to be filled in the field of cybersecurity. You have the opportunity to train in one of the most sought-after digital skills not only in the technological field, but also in any company or institution in sectors as diverse as transport, health, public administration, finance or electricity. All this, 100% free of charge and under the 42 methodology, the most innovative in the world.
Some of the people who participated in the previous edition of our Cybersecurity Bootcamp are already working in the cybersecurity sector.
What can you learn for free at the Cybersecurity Bootcamp?
During the 8 weeks, you can learn skills in cryptography, network security, secure development and protection, web security, vulnerabilities, computer forensics, malware and malicious code, OSINT techniques and metadata, and open-source research, among others.
What skills are needed to enrol in the Cybersecurity Bootcamp?
To get the most out of the contents, you must have basic programming skills (Python, C…), operating system structure and computer architecture, use of command line and complex interfaces, scripting in any language (Bash, Powershell…), use of internet, infrastructures and servers (Docker), networks, TCP/IP layers and network configuration, and an advanced user level in Windows and Linux.
This is a medium-advanced Bootcamp. For this reason, we will carry out an access test in person among all the people registered to be able to assess the previous knowledge of the candidates. From this dynamic, we will select those who will enjoy this II Edition of the Cybersecurity Bootcamp.
When does the Cybersecurity Bootcamp take place?
From Tuesday 11th April until Friday 2nd June 2023, between 9:00h and 18:00h. During this time slot, bootcampers will manage their time as they see fit, with daily attendance not being compulsory and there is no minimum number of hours to complete.
The dates and times of the entrance exams will be announced by email in advance, and we will select those who will enjoy this II Edition of the Cybersecurity Bootcamp at the 42 campuses.
Is the Cybersecurity Bootcamp classroom-based?
Yes, it takes place in the 42 campuses of Madrid (www.42malaga.com), Barcelona (www.42barcelona.com), Málaga (www.42malaga.com) y Urduliz (Bizkaia) (www.42urduliz.com) Fundación Telefónica, the campus with the most innovative methodology in the world: 100% face-to-face, no classes, no books, no age limit and 100% free.
How are you going to learn then? Easy: you will be accompanied by many people like you who are willing to learn programming and who you can ask whenever you want to solve something. “Ask the person on your left, then the person on your right, then Google. Peer-to-peer learning is the basis of our learning system.
You will learn how to learn, and that means you will not only learn technical skills, but you will also increase your social skills by interacting with all kinds of people because we are a diverse and inclusive space.
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