CyberWarrior Bootcamp

Career Changers Who Get Cybersecurity Jobs

Starting in cybersecurity is about willingness, not previous knowledge. Yet many struggle with change because they don’t know where to begin or how to afford it.

Transform your drive into action, with a community that guides you at every step and the practical skills you need to ultimately find a well-paying job.

Note: Thinking about the needs of our students, our bootcamp was transformed into the Gold Suscription of our new cybersecurity learning platform.

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A Career in Cybersecurity Empowers You

We have helped +300 students across the United States start their journey in the field, with 80% of them getting a job as an analyst through a proprietary approach to education that offers:


Traditional routes into cybersecurity can be lengthy, often requiring years of study. This intensive bootcamp is designed to fast-track your entry into the industry, condensing essential learning and practical experience. Simply put, it’s a time-efficient pathway.


Practical knowledge leads to expertise. Our program bridges theory and hands-on training, teaching essential cybersecurity tools like Metasploit, OWASP Zap, and Splunk. It ends with a Capstone Project, a tangible demonstration of your skills to potential employers.


Navigating the job market can be as challenging as learning new skills. The good news is we can address both. Our program combines job placement assistance with guidance from instructors and teaching assistants at every step of your journey to ensure you’re job-ready.


Access to industry leaders can transform education into career opportunities. With the ‘Career Ambassador Sessions’, the program brings CISOs and Security Directors to give weekly lectures to open doors to valuable industry connections and mentorship opportunities.


Meeting industry standards is the gateway to new opportunities. Prepare for the CompTIA Security+ certification, validating core cybersecurity skills, and the Azure AZ900 certification, demonstrating knowledge of cloud services. Both enhance students’ marketability in the tech space.

Discover The Power of Cybersecurity Training

Learn how to go from no-experience to cybersecurity professional through a curriculum designed to adapt to who you are in your current career journey, what you need to learn, and how you put all these steps into practice to finally get a job.

Computer Fundamentals

Dive into the foundational concepts that form the backbone of the computing world.

Through practical exercises, we’ll cover essential skills such as using operating systems, understanding file management, and basic troubleshooting techniques.

By the end of the course, participants will have a solid understanding of computer operations, enabling them to confidently navigate the digital world to further study cybersecurity.

Start date: April 22nd, 2024. 


Packet Analysis

This course teaches how to analyze packets and perform network forensic investigations effectively, using open-source software.

Participants also learn how to differentiate between normal vs. abnormal protocols & behaviors.

We cover tools like tcpdump, Wireshark & Tshark, Snort, Bro, NetworkMinner, and others.

Students learn to create simple scripts using Python Scapy, and use these skills for detecting network sniffing attacks.

This module will provide students with the skills to work with raw data and have a better understanding of the underlying technologies used in their networks.

Start date: May 20th, 2024. 


Vulnerability Management

Students learn to create an inventory of assets using discovery tools and domain controller queries, and how to use basic vulnerability scanning capabilities of tools like NMAP.

Students will create their own NMAP scripts and learn popular industry tools like Tenable Nessus Vulnerability Management, Rapid7 InsightVM, OpenVAS, among others.

To culminate the class, students learn how to make an executive report and design remediation strategies.

Start date: June 7th, 2024.  

Security Automation

Students will learn the necessary skills to automate security tasks by using the Python programming language.

For analysts and other security professionals, automation is a fundamental tool that helps them keep up with the volume of threats and individual activities to defend the enterprise.

They will learn automated data analysis, policy validation, and customized scanning.

Participants will also be trained on how to use Python to automate offensive activities as a penetration tester and better understand modern-day attacks.

Start date: July 15th, 2024. 

Firewalls & IDPS

Students will create and implement firewalls and IDPS using opensource software.

They will learn Cisco ACLs using packet simulators like PacketTracer, Linux IP Tables, Opensource firewall Pfsense, implementing Snort IDPS and creating customized rules, Suricata, BRO and connecting it to SecurityOnion using an NSM tool.

This module will allow them to build the confidence to feel comfortable working with any Firewall or IDPS system in the market.

Start date: August 12th, 2024.

Incident Response

Students will learn to identify potentially harmful events and the difference between an incident response policy and an incident response plan.

Participants will learn the best practices to build an incident response plan: prepare, identify, containment, eradication, recovery, and lessons learned.

They will also develop a strong foundation on how to handle a cybersecurity incident.

Start date: September 9th, 2024.


Security Monitoring

Students learn to implement a customized security monitoring service using opensource software from scratch.

We start with implementing a Syslog server in Linux using Rsyslog and integrate it with the famous ELK Stack (Elasticsearch, Logstash, and Kibana) for quick insights of data.

Students also learn popular tools Graylog, Splunk, and how to perform Threat Intelligence to enrich logs.

Start date: October 7th, 2024.


Azure AZ900 (Certification)

The Azure AZ-900 certification, also known as the Microsoft Azure Fundamentals certification, is designed for individuals looking to demonstrate foundational-level knowledge of cloud services and how those services are provided with Microsoft Azure.

It covers basic cloud concepts, core Azure services, core solutions and management tools, general security and network security features, governance, privacy, compliance features, Azure cost management, and service level agreements.

This certification is suitable for candidates with non-technical backgrounds.

Start date: November 4th, 2024.

CompTIA Security+ (Certification)

CompTIA Security+ is the first security certification IT professionals should earn. It establishes the core knowledge required of any cybersecurity role and provides a springboard to intermediate-level cybersecurity jobs.

Security+ incorporates best practices in hands-on troubleshooting to ensure security professionals have practical security problem-solving skills.

This course covers everything from how to install and configure systems to secure applications, networks, and devices, through performing threat analysis responding with appropriate mitigation techniques.

Start date: December 2nd, 2024. 

Tools, Trends, and Tactics

This course is designed to give you a foundational understanding of cybersecurity, blending key concepts with hands-on exploration of the latest tools and strategies.

Then, delve into an exploration of the latest trends in the cybersecurity landscape. This part covers topics such as the rise of AI and machine learning in cybersecurity, the threat of ransomware, phishing scams, and the importance of securing Internet of Things (IoT) devices.

Finally, it discusses real-world case studies and interactive workshops to provide practical experience.

Start date: Jan 6th, 2025.


Career Hacks

An important part of the CyberWarrior training program is also in the area of professional development and enhanced soft skills that will help new cybersecurity professionals realize success in their new workplace.

In response to employer feedback and demand, our program focuses on soft/professional skill training that enhances a student’s “confidence” with their newfound skills.

To expand the student’s overall core “competence” in cybersecurity, we embed skills such as critical thinking, communication, and presentation into our everyday curriculum.

For gold subscribers.

Capstone Project

Red Team exercise (Offense) – during this one-week capstone project, students use the hacking strategies they learned to assemble and execute an offensive plan on a given target. They develop a Penetration Test Report to present it to our board in an executive presentation. For evaluation purposes, we will bring CISOs and experts in the field to score the project outcome. The judges are hiring managers from our employer partners and other industry stakeholders.

For gold subscribers – When completing all the courses. 

CyberWarrior Bootcamp subscription is only 250$ per month 

The Power of Cybersecurity

Success Stories

You’re learning something new every single day. I am not joking about that; every day is something incredibly new.

I looked to see what’s really hot in the market, and cybersecurity was on that list. I was a police officer prior; it might seem like an easy transition almost. And thanks to CyberWarrior that really kind of like grasped, they really kind of like pulled me in, learning everything I wanted to.

– Jean Geraldo, Network Security Analyst at Nexum, Inc.

CyberWarrior has given me the opportunity to increase my financial stability.

I started out as a chef, and when the pandemic hit, I didn’t know what I was going to do. I was able to find CyberWarrior online and pivot into cybersecurity. CyberWarrior has really given me the opportunity to focus on not only a new career but also to have lots of time to spend with my family and be productive.

– Charles Rabe, Security Analyst Level One at Nexum, Inc.

Don’t give up because it’s all worth it.

I started working within banks, and in banks, you learn a lot about physical security, what to look for, and how to keep others safe.

So, I ended up taking that passion, and I wanted to transfer it to more skills and keep developing, and that’s where the cybersecurity portion came in.

– Ashley Sayre, Associate Cyber Security Analyst.

It seems long in the beginning, but you turn around, and it’s already over.

Before I joined Cyber Warrior Academy, I had recently transitioned from 10 years of active duty military, and I was ready for a change in my career. I wanted a career that gave me more flexibility to work from home, in an office, or a combination.

– Mariel Lee, Desktop Support Rep at Tech Synapse. 

You’re going to learn something new every day, and you gotta keep going.

I was a guitar player in the Army Band for 15 years. When I decided to get out, I didn’t know what to do, honestly, but at the Army Transition Assistance Program, they talked a lot about cybersecurity.

So, I did a lot of research and luckily found CyberWarrior.

– Gunnar K., Cyber Analyst Team Lead at PeopleTech Inc.

I think that CyberWarrior Academy provided a foundation to build on with the certification training and also brought in all the Subject Matter Experts to provide their experience, tips, and advice on how to perform in security.

If I hadn’t had CyberWarrior Academy training, I think it would have been much more difficult to get the job that I am in now. I do think that the training and advocacy were pivotal in my career.

– Eddie Milcette, Information Security Analyst.

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