Daniel Maciejewski is currently working as a System Administrator at the United States Marine Corps and has more than 4 years of experience in the IT management industry. He is trained in understanding, planning, and implementing ways to meet corporate and customer needs. He is skilled in working with tools and technologies such as VMware, routers, routers, switches, servers, Cisco routers, and VMware vSphere. He also has knowledge of network security, computer security, telephony, operational planning, and more. He holds the following CompTIA certifications:

  • A+
  • CySA+
  • Network+
  • Security+ 
  • IT Operations Specialist
  • Security Analytics Professional
  • Secure Infrastructure Specialist

He has recently reviewed our CompTIA CySA+ course and provided his valuable feedback. Please read it here:

Daniel Maciejewski’s: CompTIA CySA+ Course Review

“I have finished the CompTIA CySA+ training course from uCertify. The course comes with a lab which provides a hands-on learning experience on exam topics. The lab offers tasks that align with the exam objectives.

The course has a step by step guide on how to use different Kali Linux tools, Wireshark, and a lot of other popular, open-source programs that you will be tested on. The course offers scenario-based questions and in-depth explanations of the certification objectives.”

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Yukyung Jung is working as System Administration at Royal Black Knight Cybersecurity LLC and has more than 5 years of work experience in the IT field. He is experienced in building and securing the IT infrastructure of small companies and increasing data transfer efficiency with database management. He is skilled in ethical hacking, penetration testing, computer networking, Kali Linux, databases, programming languages, EPA, management, and more.

Yukyung Jung holds the following certifications:

  • EC-Council CEH 
  • EC-Council CHFI
  • CompTIA Security+
  • Offensive Security Certified Expert (OSCE)
  • Offensive Security Exploitation Expert (OSEE)
  • eLearnSecurity Professional Penetration Tester
  • Offensive Security Certified Professional (OSCP)
  • Microsoft MCSA Networking with Windows Server 2016
  • Microsoft MCSA Installation, Upgrade, and Compute with Windows Server 2016

He has recently reviewed our Penetration Testing Fundamentals course and provided his valuable feedback:

Yukyung Jung: uCertify Penetration Testing Course Review

“The uCertify Penetration Testing course content is well-organized and easy to understand. The course provides knowledge in all the concepts of penetration testing and security. 

The lab provides hands-on expertise in operating systems, networking, cryptography, pen test methodology and more. The course establishes a base for learning penetration testing skills.”

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Damion Richards has more than 11 years of work experience in the IT field. He is skilled in Windows 7, Computer Repair, Microsoft Word, Technical Support, and more. He knows Microsoft technologies such as Windows, Office, Word, Excel, and more very well. He holds various CompTIA certifications such as Server+, CySA+, Network+, A+, and Security+. He also holds the Cisco CCNA CCyber Ops and LPIC-1 certifications. He is currently working as Service Desk Analyst Lvl 2 at tTech Limited.

He has recently reviewed uCertify CompTIA CySA+ course and provided his valuable feedback. Check out:

Damion Richards: uCertify CompTIA CySA+ Course review

“I am always looking for new training resources to build my skills within the IT field. I reviewed the uCertify CompTIA CySA+ course and it is very well organized and aligned with the CS0-001 exam objectives.

The hands-on labs simulate real-world tasks and provide knowledge to grow within the field. Overall this is a good resource to assist with exam preparation and to gain hands-on experience with the labs.”

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In today’s digital world, the amount of data accessed, used, and shared across complex networks is continuously growing. As the risk of cybercrime is rising, companies are required to ensure the security of user data and personal information online. The basic function of cybersecurity involves protecting information and systems from major cyber attacks. These cyber attacks can take any form, for instance, application attacks, ransomware, malware, phishing, exploit kits. Unfortunately, the hackers have learned to institute automated and sophisticated attacks at lower and lower costs. As a result, keeping pace with the latest cybersecurity strategy and operations is a challenge, particularly in government organizations and enterprise networks where cyber threats aim at political, secret, military or infrastructural assets of a nation, and its people.

How to protect yourself from cyber attacks

Here are the rates (in percentage) of top 4 prevalent cyber attacks:

49% Zero-Day Attacks: These cyber attacks occur on the same day a weakness is discovered in software.
41% Cloud Data Leakage: These might occur when employees upload sensitive company information to cloud services.
38% Mobile Malware: This malicious software has been specifically built to attack operating system on mobile phone or smartphone systems.
38% Targeted Attacks: These are one of the biggest cyber-threats to any organization these days that is used to disturb operations, extract information, or destroy a specific data type on a target machine.

Check out the rates (in percentage) of the top 4 areas of protection:

51% Network Defenses: These keep hackers away from navigating through corporate networks to find and steal critical data.
50% Endpoint and Mobile Device Protection: It prevents hackers from attacking individual devices.
47% Data in Motion Defenses: It protects data from hackers while it is being sent from one device to another.
47% Data at Rest Defenses: It protects data from hackers while it is stored in corporate databases.

Cybersecurity does not only require the right technologies to counter the crime but also the right strategy throughout the business enterprise. The right strategy recognizes that cybersecurity is not just an IT issue, organizations need to have knowledge of consumers’ awareness about how their data is used. To get more knowledge in cybersecurity, check out uCertify CompTIA Cybersecurity Analyst courses and labs.

Although the increase in cyber attacks isn’t good news for any of us, however, there has never been a better time to consider a cybersecurity career. Cybersecurity experts, or data security analyst, have an extensive variety of duties, however, the core of their activity is to secure the online information and data from being jeopardized. As a greater amount of our own data is stored on the web, the more imperative it becomes to take security measures. Cybersecurity professions are complicated and numerous jobs can be found with banks, retailers and government associations. At cybersecurity job work, you can expect to defend an association’s files and networks, install firewalls, make security designs, and monitor actions. If a cyber attack occurs, you’ll be in charge of recognizing the threat and finding a solution rapidly. In view of the recurrence of cyber attacks, qualified experts are in demand.

Enhance Your Career Prospect | Cybersecurity Certification- uCertify

Cybersecurity credentials come in all shapes and subjects – from forensics to ethical hacking. They are typically administered by independent accrediting organizations like CompTIA, ISACA, and ISC2. A valid qualification will brighten your resume and grab the attention of employers.

Let’s have a look at some of the best cybersecurity certifications:

ISC2 CISSP certification is designed to ensure the skills and knowledge required for System Architect to specialize in designing security solutions and provide management with risk-based guidance to meet organizational goals. The certification validates the skill of Senior Network Engineer or Security Analyst in the practical utilization of networks engineering standards and procedures to build secure networks.

ISACA CISA certification is an expert-level, globally-recognized credential designed for IS audit control, assurance and security professionals to audit, control, monitor and assess information technology and business systems. The ISACA CISA certification is a globally recognized credential for IS audit control, assurance and security professionals.

CompTIA CySA+ certification is a vendor-neutral, globally recognized credential designed for IT security analysts, vulnerability analysts, or threat intelligence analysts to configure and use threat detection tools; perform data analysis; and interpret the results to identify vulnerabilities, threats, and risks to an organization with the end goal of securing and protecting applications and systems within an organization.

uCertify provides the certification training courses for CompTIA Cybersecurity Analyst (CySA+), ISACA Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA), and ISC2 Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP). Enroll in uCertify training programs and explore the different well-designed training courses for cybersecurity which helps candidates in learning & understanding the concepts of the cybersecurity and information security and to prevent the cyber attacks.