Cybersecurity Certificate

TechXtramile has partnered with Google to bring you access to the Google: Cybersecurity Certificate

Cybersecurity analysts are responsible for monitoring and protecting networks, devices, people, and data. Learn the foundations of cybersecurity and gain hands-on experience using industry standard tools like Python, Linux, SQL, and Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) tools.


There are 8 courses in this professional certificate. Each course is approximately 1-3 weeks long. Courses include:


  1. Foundations of Cybersecurity
  2. Play it Safe: Manage Security Risks
  3. Connect and Protect: Networks and Network Security
  4. Tools of the Trade: Linux and SQL
  5. Assets: Threats and Vulnerabilities
  6. Sound the Alarm: Detection and Response
  7. Automate Cybersecurity Tasks with Python
  8. Put it to Work: Prepare for Cybersecurity Jobs


You’ll learn about:

  • Understand the importance of cybersecurity practices and their impact for organizations.

  • Protect networks, devices, people, and data from unauthorized access and cyberattacks using Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) tools.

  • Identify common risks, threats, and vulnerabilities, as well as techniques to mitigate them.

  • Gain hands-on experience with Python, Linux, and SQL.


See Certificate Curriculum


Potential Jobs

1. Cybersecurity Analyst
2. Security Consultant
3. Penetration Tester (Ethical Hacker)
4. Security Architect
5. Incident Responder
6. Security Engineer
7. Cryptographer
8. SOC Analyst
9. Forensic Analyst
10. Security Auditor
11. Security Manager/Director
12. Security Researcher
13. Security Trainer/Educator
14. Chief Information Security Officer (CISO)


Median U.S. Salary: $100,000+ USD

Sources: Google ( | TechXtramile | Coursera

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