This occupation is found in all sectors where information is held digitally and where that information is an asset that needs to be protected including but not limited to finance, retail, telecoms, health, media, manufacturing and local authorities.
The broad purpose of the occupation is to provide first line cyber security support. This requires individuals to monitor and detect potential security threats and escalate as necessary and to support secure and uninterrupted business operations of an organisation through the implementation of cyber security mechanisms and the application of cyber security procedures and controls. To contribute to the delivery of a security culture across an organisation, understanding vulnerabilities and threats and supporting the development of an organisation's cyber security maturity. To apply procedures and controls to maintain security and control of an organisation, and process security requests ensuring confidentiality, integrity and availability of information stored digitally.
Typical Job Roles
- Cyber Security Administrator
- Access Control Administrator
- Incident Response Technician
- Junior Security Operations Centre (SOC) Analyst
- Junior Information Security Analyst
- Junior Threat and Risk Analyst
- Junior Penetration Tester
- Junior Security Analyst
These are the courses roadmaps. It is a portion of the work which will follow through the entirity of the apprenticeship course. With on the job experience, and off-the-job learning rounding out in the rest of the training.
Cybersecurity Technician Apprenticeship Pathway
Cybersecurity Technician Courses:
All relevant courses within your selected pathway, for yourself or your employee, can be found below.
Introduction to Cybersecurity
The GKA Way
Risk Assessment and Methodologies
IT Governance, Legislation and Regulation