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You can get 90+ hours of CompTIA certification prep for $49

Catalyze a career in cybersecurity as you train to ace four key exams.
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April 14, 2019
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Cybercrime is getting more advanced by the day. Whether it's hackers stealing credit cards from Earl Enterprises or cybercriminals installing backdoors on ASUS machines, there's a frightening number of hacking threats out there that are catching companies off-guard and making them desperate to upgrade their defenses.

If cleaning up the web—and earning a pretty penny while you do it—sounds good to you, pursuing a career in cybersecurity is the logical next step. The 2019 Complete CompTIA Cybersecurity Bundle can get you started, and it's on sale for only $49 today.

This 4-course collection features more than 90 hours of content to get you acquainted with the cybersecurity essentials. You'll develop real skills in fields, like penetration testing and network reconnaissance, and prepare to ace a number of key certification exams from CompTIA, a leading certifying body for IT security.

Make your way through all four courses, and you'll be ready to ace each certification exam and give your resume the stopping power it needs to help you break into the field.

The collection features nearly $900 worth of content, but you can get it all on sale today for more than 90 percent off the usual price, just $49.

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