Course NameLength
Communications Security Fundamentals | COMSEC Fundamentals5 days
Cybersecurity Systems Engineering Training3 days
DO-326A Training | DO-326A and ED-202A Aviation Cybersecurity Considerations days
Internet of Things (IoT) and Embedded Systems Development2 days
ISO 21434 Certification | Automotive Cybersecurity Training5 days
ISO/SAE 21434 Training | Road Vehicles Cybersecurity Engineering Training Workshop3 days
SAML Training | Security Assessment Markup Language Training2 days
Weapon Systems Cybersecurity Training Bootcamp3 days

Cybersecurity Systems Engineering

Cybersecurity systems engineers (also called information security engineers) identify threats and vulnerabilities in systems and software.

These skills are used in developing and implementing high-tech solutions to defend against hacking, malware and ransomware, insider threats and all types of cybercrime. It’s not unusual for cybersecurity systems engineers to serve as the go-to team member for security policies and procedures.

With rampaging digitalization and increased cyber concerns, cybersecurity systems engineers are in tremendous demand. In fact, job specialists report that cybersecurity systems engineers have topped the list of five most in-demand cybersecurity jobs for the past three years running.

That’s not surprising when you consider that the cost of cybercrime has steadily risen from $3 trillion in 2015 to an expected total of $6 trillion by 2021. Leaders in the industry have been unable to keep up with demand, due to a lack of qualified applicants.

A cybersecurity systems engineer’s specific responsibilities are varied. They do everything from testing and identifying network and system vulnerabilities to responding to all system and network security breaches.

A cybersecurity systems engineer also plans, implements, manages, monitors and upgrades security measures for the protection of the organization data, systems and networks. Troubleshooting security and network problems also go along with this occupation as do daily administrative tasks, reporting and communication with the relevant departments of an organization.

Many organizations are now turning their cybersecurity systems engineers loose to fight fire with fire. By using advanced technological architecture (often the same applications used by hackers), cybersecurity systems engineers are preparing to stop cybercriminals at their own game.

For example, a recent report reveals that two out of three companies are adopting AI security solutions.

AI can efficiently analyze user behaviors, deduce a pattern, and identify all sorts of abnormalities or irregularities in the network. With such data, it’s much easier to identify cyber vulnerabilities quickly. Cybersecurity systems engineers have developed or are in the process of developing AI security applications for just about every known type of cybercrime.

At the heart of cryptography are a set of procedures knows as cryptographic algorithms, or ciphers, to encrypt and decrypt messages to secure communications among computer systems, devices such as smartphones, and applications.

Why Tonex?

Like all Tonex courses, our world class instructors emphasize contemporary, relevant material in Cybersecurity Systems Engineering courses. They also bring real world experience into the classroom to help bring even more perspective to curriculums.

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Cybersecurity Systems Engineering