Answers to commonly asked questions
No, while cybersecurity engineering does require a degree of technical knowledge, it’s possible for anyone to become a cybersecurity engineer.
It takes four years to become a cybersecurity engineer through a traditional degree. It can take 6 months to a year to become a cybersecurity engineer through a coding bootcamp.
You don’t. There are many people who become successful cybersecurity engineers without a degree. Instead of a degree program, consider an online course, bootcamp, or other alternative to learn the technical and soft skills needed to work in the...
The average salary of a cybersecurity engineer is around $100,607 in the United States, according to Glassdoor.