Cyber Security & SysAdmin

IT professionals play an important role in any computer-based environment. IT professionals with professional skills in solving problems in computer systems, networks and storage systems are considered to be the first line of defense against common cyber threats. In today's cyber environment, the demand for industry-ready IT professionals is growing significantly. The course program is based on real-life examples and is designed to teach OS Windows and Linux management in order to respond most effectively and in a timely manner to attack threats. In addition, course participants will have the opportunity to pass Microsoft, CISCO certificates at the end of the course.

Application to the program is currently not active
Start date

July 2024


4 months

Group size

20-25 students


Admission requirements

Readiness for intensive training

Language skills

Knowledge of English at least Intermediate level


Availability of a personal laptop or computer


18 years and older

Upon the course completion you will::

Know computer networking and virtualization

Administer servers based on Windows and Linux operating systems, as well as diagnose and fix various network problems and malfunctions on time

Design and build a local network of any complexity using modern active equipment

Configure and manage a network security system

Deploy and support the necessary network services, provide secure and efficient access to network resources

Know the principles of cybersecurity, methods of protection and will be able to assess the risk of cyber-attack threats


Cyber Security & SysAdmin

Number of modules

This module is dedicated to the essentials of networks, virtualization and Windows and Linux operating systems.

Network Fundamentals

  • Computer Hardware & Software
  • Introduction to Networking
  • Network Communication Models
  • Protocols and Communication
  • Local and Global Addressing
  • Network Addressing
  • Dissecting Communication

Virtualization Concepts & Windows OS

  • Virtualization Fundamentals
  • Step-by-Step Virtual Machine Setup
  • Setting Up a Basic Virtual Lab
  • Windows OS Fundamentals

Introduction to Linux OS

  • Introduction
  • Linux OS Structure
  • Linux Navigation & Content Viewing
  • Linux Files & Folders – Creation & Management
  • The Basics of Linux Permissions Management
  • System Services Management
  • Basic Networking (Ping & More)
  • Linux Scripting Language (Bash)

During this module, students will learn how to work the Microsoft OS, Linux OS, Unix OS in-depth; learning to manage and navigate files, manage packages and services, bash scripting, and how to configure various settings of the OS

OpenBSD fundamentals

  • Installing, downloading and creation install media
  • System management
  • Package management
  • Networking
  • Packet filter PF
  • Virtualization

Linux Fundamentals

  • Installation Linux
  • Terminal
  • Introduction of Linux Terminal
  • Users Environment Configuration
  • File and Directory Management
  • Privilege System
  • System Administration


  • Users and Advanced Permissions
  • System Administration Tasks
  • Disk, Partitions, Logical Volumes
  • Managing Software
  • SELinux
  • Firewall
  • NTP,Crony, SSH,HTTPD                    

 Linux Engineer 

  • Bash Scripting
  • Apache HTTP
  • Apache Tomcat
  • MariaDB/Mysql Administration
  • HaProxy Load Balancer
  • Nginx
  • NFS,SAMBA,DNS,Postfix,Dovecot
  • Hight Aviability Clustering
  • SSL/TLS Certification Authority
  • Advanced Linux troubleshooting

Microsoft Server 2016 (MCSA)

  • Planning, Installing, and Configuring Windows Server 2016
  • Installing and Configuring an Active Directory Domain Controller
  • Administering Active Directory Objects
  • Automating Administrative Tasks
  • Installing and Configuring DHCP, DNS
  • Configuring Storage Spaces and File and Print Services
  • Configuring Group Policy
  • Installing and Configuring Virtual Servers and Clients
  • Managing User and Service Accounts
  • Administering Group Policy
  • Managing Network Services, DNS, Remote Access
  • Deploying Operating System Updates and Images
  • Monitoring System Resources
  • Managing Active Directory Services
  • Managing DNS Services
  • Configuring Advanced DHCP Services
  • Configuring IPAM
  • Configuring iSCSI and iSN
  • Managing DAC
  • Configuring Active Directory Domain Services
  • Managing Active Directory Certificate Services
  • Configuring AD RMS
  • Managing Active Directory Federation Services
  • Configuring Hyper-V Virtual Machines
  • Managing NLB
  • Configuring Failover Clusters
  • Implementing Disaster Recovery
  • Securing Windows Servers
  • Configuring Additional Services

Networking – CCNA (Cisco Certified Network Administration)

  • Basics of Networking
  • Basics of Cisco Devices and Commands
  • Setting Up an IPv4 Network and IPv6 Network
  • Infrastructure Services
  • LAN Switching Basics
  • Routing Basics
  • NAT Basics
  • Maintaining the Network Infrastructure
  • Enhancing Network Security
  • Troubleshooting Network
  • Managing VLANs on Cisco Switches
  • Managing STP
  • Managing EtherChannel
  • Configuring Infrastructure Services
  • Describing QoS Concepts
  • Infrastructure Maintenance
  • Network Programmability
  • WAN Technologies
  • Routing Technologies

This module is dedicated to the essentials of cybersecurity. In this course, students are taught the fundamentals of Networks and Cyber Security. Students will also learn the fundamentals Network Attacks and the cycle of Cyber Attacks.

  • Introduction to Cyber Security
  • Cyber Security Principles
  • Information Security vs. Cyber Security
  • CIA
  • Security Technology
  • Security Terms
  • Examples of Worldwide Breaches Cyber Security Defense Techniques
  • Risk Assessment
  • Network Attack Tools
  • Volumetric Attacks
  • Man-In-The-Middle (MITM) attack
  • Cyber Attack Cycle
  • History of Cyber Attacks
  • Hacking vs. Penetration Testing
  • Reconnaissance & Weaponization
  • Delivery
  • Exploit