Introducing INE's Enterpr ...
    05 October 22

    Introducing INE's Enterprise Defense Administrator Learning Path

    Posted byINE Team

    INE’s newly launched Enterprise Defense Administrator learning path is designed for professionals that are just starting their defensive cybersecurity or security engineering journey. This learning path establishes a strong foundation for the theories, best practices, standards, and frameworks defensive security professionals need to excel in the field, protect their organization, and to succeed as an entry level Information Security Engineer. Learners will also be prepared for the eEDA certification launching later this year.

    Enterprise Defense Administrator Learning Path

    Starting with an introduction to security engineering, and moving into more in-depth topics covering practical defensive engineering techniques and practices, you will learn basic server and network hardening techniques, risk management strategies, how to properly design a secure architecture, and much more. This learning path features hands-on labs throughout, ensuring that you're not just reading slides and studying - you’re immersed with real-world scenarios. 

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    Why does INE’s EDA learning path stand out among the crowd? We provide the only hands-on entry-level Information Security Engineering certification in the marketplace, with carefully-selected topic areas and curriculum deliberately designed for this role.

    Our learning path is focused specifically towards becoming an Enterprise Defense Administrator, providing an unmatched hands-on learning experience. Plus, our content comes with multiple labs where students can continuously verify what they’re learning at no additional cost, with no need for VPN connections and third-party software.

    See more about the EDA learning path here

    This Learning Path will be tied to the eLearnSecurityEnterprise Defense Administrator (eEDA), as a direct replacement for the eNDP (eLearnSecurity Network Defense Professional) certification. The eEDA certification exam internal review process will begin in October, with a public launch scheduled for late Q4. Look out for more information on the alpha and beta for the eEDA over the coming months and to learn how you can be a part of it. Start your learning today to prepare for the new blue team, cyber security certification!

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