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The SONIC Project: "Future-Proof" Your Career

Start a Promising, Satisfying, and Highly Lucrative Career in Cybersecurity and Take Advantage of the Massive Workforce Shortage
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It All Begins With Passing the New Entry-level Certified in Cybersecurity Exam!

What is the State of Cybersecurity?

Dear Future Security Professional, 

Right now, the world’s data is in a constant state of critical danger.

Every email... every text… every credit card number…

Your passwords, your money… your entire identity and privacy is at risk.

It’s due to something called the “cybersecurity skills gap…”

Check out these numbers:


Global Security
4.7 million


Number of security professionals needed:
3.4 million

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Amount spent on
security in 2022:
$23 billion


2022 Global Losses
from Cybercrime:
$7 trillion


Total records
lost to data breaches:
17.2 billion


Amount of organizations
missing qualified talent:

A Sweeping Gap in the Cybersecurity Workforce and a Global Demand For Security Professionals Present a Once In A Lifetime Opportunity

What is the New Entry-level Certified in Cybersecurity Exam?

Administered by the prestigious certification body (ISC)2, the new entry-level Certified in Cybersecurity exam is geared for those looking to join "entry- or junior-level" cybersecurity roles.  Learn more here.  

The idea is that due to the cybersecurity skills gap, employers will need to expand hiring policies to include those who have little to no experience, but are full of passion, curiosity, and want to grow their skills with new learning opportunities.

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In other words, the future of cybersecurity lies with hiring those who want to be here, not those who are already here.

And the Certified in Cybersecurity certification is a great way to start!

The SONIC Project
(Securing Operational Needs In Cyber)
by Luke Ahmed

The SONIC Project exists to help proactive, dedicated, and eager entry-level individuals who are serious about beginning their security career by passing the (ISC)2's new

Certified in Cybersecurity exam (and eventually, the CISSP).

Because over the next ten years, world governments, corporations, non-profits, and small businesses will be spending billions of dollars in salary and benefits to hire an army of security operations professionals to combat the explosive growth in cybersecurity.

What I Have Learned and Share in The SONIC Project
Hint: It's more than just memorizing terms and definitions

Module One: Security Principles

You'll gain deep insight into risk management terminology​, understand the reason behind processes, 

know when to use which security control, and learn the importance of having a code of ethics.

Module Two: Business Continuity, Recovery, and Incident Response

You will learn about the steps behind recovering from disasters and containing cybersecurity incidents,

and all the planning that goes into making it happen. 

Module Three: Access Control 

Understand the importance of access both in terms of physical security and the different

types of access control models that reduce the attack surface.

Module Four: Network Security

Perfect for those with little to no technical experience.  By the time you're done, you will have a strong understanding of the OSI Model components and design your own simple network diagram.

Module Five: Security Operations

A complete breakdown of cryptographic terms and functions with examples, best practice security policies, and learning the importance of awareness training​.

Check out what tech employment firm Dice had to say about cybersecurity's growth:


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Employers are so desperate to bring in junior-level analysts right now that they’re opening up the coffers and paying them 16.3% more than they were in 2019.  And it’s likely higher than that now, as the most recent data is already two years old.

What I'm trying to say is: you won't need decades of experience, deep technical skills, or programming knowledge to join cybersecurity anymore.  You need to have dedication, commitment, and an eagerness to learn - one of the ways to demonstrate this is by passing the "Certified in Cybersecurity" exam.

Course Content

What You Get With Your Purchase:

  • 5 self-paced video modules

  • 12 total hours of course videos

  • Direct real-world examples of topics

  • 225 practice questions

  • 180 days of access

  • ​New content added monthly​