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The time is now.
Cybersecurity has been a concern since the dawn of the internet.

But the more connected we become, the more vulnerable we are—and the more we need cybersecurity professionals to protect us.

Which is why right now is the perfect time to get in on this fast-growing industry—and our career guide Breaking Into Cybersecurity can help you figure out how to do just that.

Cyber security offers:
Good money

The median starting salary for entry level cyber security professions is $85,000 a year.

Plenty of jobs

Right now, 2 million cybersecurity jobs are unfilled because companies can't find qualified candidates.


By 2023 cybersecurity is projected to be a $250-billion-dollar industry. And keep growing as long as we're all connected to the internet.


The hacking community is tight-knit. As you gain experience, you'll build valuable connections who can open doors for you.

But how can you know what you'll need to learn?
Where can you learn it all?

And then once you have what you need--how can you
make connections with employers and prove your skills
without any experience to show?
Breaking Into Cybersecurity will answer these questions and more by:
Giving you an industry overview
Clarifying which skills you'll need to get hired
Laying out a timeline for acquiring them
Walking you through potential cybersecurity career paths and associated earnings
Most of all, it will show you how the Fullstack Cyber Bootcamp can
help make your cybersecurity career goals a reality.
So download the guide today and jumpstart your cybersecurity career.

Fullstack Academy is one of the longest-running and most successful coding bootcamps in the nation, with incredible student reviews, years of experience in education, and impressive graduate outcomes.

Now, it brings its hands-on learning approach to USD's first cyber bootcamp to develop professionals to fight the global threat of cybercrime.