Cyber Crime Researcher
Cyber Security Consultant
Ernst & Young
SHARED FUNDAMENTALS (all Fellows program tracks):
- Quality programming
- Python Beginner to Advanced
- And more…
ADVANCED CYBER SECURITY
- Computer Networks
- Malware Analysis
- Reverse Engineering
- OS Internals
- And more...
Mandatory online course that will prepare you for the program and focus on Python, C, Assembly, Windows Basics, Linux, SQL & Regular Expressions.
Gain expertise in three core areas of computer science, including R&D, Network Security, and Endpoint Security. Throughout the course we’ll provide you with projects to practice your skills and then we put your knowledge to the test with exciting hackathons and group projects in the industry.
The final step in our program is a full-time, paid internship where you’ll gain hands on experience working on intense Cyber Security projects. Internship average salary starts at 17,000 NIS a month, depending on course achievements and previous academic & professional background.
Cyber Security Lead
THE FELLOWS PROGRAM SCREENING PROCESS INCLUDES:
- Submitting your application to ITC’s enrollment team review
- Solving a technological online test, with a focus on two topics: Coding & Code Research
- Personal and professional video interview for participants who succeed in the test
- Final application review by an admissions committee
Life & Community
The Fellows program is intended to assemble talented tech-savvy individuals that see it as a unique opportunity to achieve excellence in their tech skills. However, one more important aspect of being a part of the program has to do with your motivation to become part of tech community; alongside career opportunities Israel has to offer, the Fellows program sets to supply you with educational activities, extra-curricular lectures and trips around the country.
We find these activities to be very helpful in terms of breaking the routine, forming strong friendships between the Fellows and basically providing a lot a fun.
Cyber Security Track
October 14th, 2018
Sunday - Thursday
35,000 ₪ (non-Israeli citizens)*
30,000 ₪ (Israeli residents)
- Masa tuition subsidy, starting at 4,500$, for non-Israeli citizens (Check your eligibility here)
- Possible grants from the ministry of integration for Israeli new immigrants (up to 7,000 ₪)
*The difference in non-Israeli residents’ tuition stems from insurance costs and required bureaucratic arrangement. Students are responsible for housing and living expenses.
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