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I have genuine requests each week from clients who need to iCloud unlock a device they've been given by a family member or that
they've just plain forgotten the sign-in details for this often includes access to the very email address they need to reset this information from.
So does anyone know any service provider who can actually and reliably unlock an iCloud lock off an Apple device so that
I can at least help some of these poor souls if I know it's a genuine need rather than someone trying to deal with stolen property.
I'm really dumb and I was wondering if anyone knows if Web Design (the ITI course elective) is difficult and/or requires any requirements? Like, if I legitimately do not know anything with programming or anything like that, would that be enough to be able to go into this class?
I'm interested in a pursuing a career in cyber security. I currently work in a non-IT job and I have a bachelor in Finance. I'm thinking of getting a master in cyber security to break into the field. Maryville University in St.Louis offers a MS Cyber Security and here are the list of courses that'd I need to take:
Required Courses (30 credits):
• ISYS 600 Controls for Effective Cyber Defense
• ISYS 670 Pen Testing
• ISYS 671 Advanced Pen Testing
• ISYS 674 Cryptography and Network Security
• ISYS 680 Mobile Device Hacking and Forensics
• ISYS 681 Designing and Implementing Cloud Security
• ISYS 684 Forensic Examination and Analysis
• ISYS 685 Incident Handling and Breaches
• ISYS 691 Legal Aspects of Privacy and Compliance
Would the classes above provide me with enough knowledge to get an entry level Security/Cyber Security job or should I just get certs like A+, Net+, Sec+ and look for help desk/IT support job first to break into the field?