Become an expert in cybersecurity with this innovative new bundle

Prep for the most essential cybersecurity exams with over 400 hours of training.

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  • Cybersecurity is a lucrative and growing career path in the modern world.
  • In order to understand the field and prove it to employers, it's useful to certify your knowledge.
  • The Complete 2021 CyberSecurity Super Bundle is the best way to fulfill these two needs.
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Who's listening? Inside the voice-profiling revolution

Do you sound friendly? Hostile? And which voice would be more likely to buy something?

You decide to call a store that sells some hiking boots you're thinking of buying. As you dial in, the computer of an artificial intelligence company hired by the store is activated.
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Get certified in cybersecurity with this expert training guide

Prepare for the four essential certification tests in the field with over 111 hours of training.

  • Cybersecurity is a rising field in modern technology.
  • There are four examinations to pass to verify your qualification for a job in cybersecurity.
  • To pass these examinations, prepare with the CompTIA Security Infrastructure Expert Bundle.
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Secure your online browsing experience for $200

The Deeper Connect Nano adds a seven-layer firewall to your home network to keep your information safe and secure.

  • We’re all constantly online, making our sensitive information vulnerable to hackers on a daily basis.
  • Your Internet provider doesn’t offer the digital protection you need to secure your data.
  • The Deeper Connect Nano Cybersecurity Hardware is the solution you’ve been waiting for and even includes a decentralized VPN.
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Should law enforcement be using AI and cell phone data to find rioters?

The attack on the Capitol forces us to confront an existential question about privacy.

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  • The insurrection attempt at the Capitol was captured by thousands of cell phones and security cameras.
  • Many protestors have been arrested after their identity was reported to the FBI.
  • Surveillance experts warn about the dangers of using facial recognition to monitor protests.
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