Cyber Security Instructor



Curriculum Development: Designing, updating, and enhancing training materials aligned with


international cybersecurity standards and certification requirements.


Instructional Delivery: Delivering engaging and effective classroom or online instruction,


covering various aspects of cybersecurity such as ethical hacking, network security,


cryptography, etc.


Hands-on Training: Providing practical exercises, simulations, and real-world scenarios to


reinforce theoretical concepts and practical skills.


Assessment and Evaluation: Developing assessments, exams, and practical evaluations to


measure participants’ understanding and proficiency.


Mentoring and Support: Offering guidance, mentorship, and support to learners throughout


their certification preparation journey.


Stay Updated: Keeping abreast of the latest cybersecurity trends, tools, threats, and industry


best practices to ensure the curriculum’s relevance.


Administrative Tasks: Managing administrative aspects such as scheduling, grading, reporting,


and maintaining training records.




Cybersecurity Expertise: Deep understanding and practical experience in cybersecurity


domains, including but not limited to network security, penetration testing, incident response,


and compliance standards.


Certifications: Possession of relevant international certifications such as CISSP, CEH, CompTIA


Security+, CISA, or others depending on the program’s focus.


Teaching and Communication Skills: Ability to effectively communicate complex cybersecurity


concepts to diverse audiences with varying levels of expertise. Teaching or training experience


is preferred.


Adaptability: Capability to adapt teaching methodologies to suit various learning styles and


needs, including in-person, virtual, or blended learning environments.


Continuous Learning: Commitment to ongoing learning and professional development to stay


current with evolving cybersecurity trends and technologies.


Education: A bachelor’s or master’s degree in Computer Science, Information Technology,


Cybersecurity, or related fields is often preferred.


Industry Experience: Prior experience working in the cybersecurity field, preferably in roles


involving security analysis, engineering, or consulting.