Get skills. Land a job.

Build a career in the lucrative cybersecurity industry.

Get the skills you need to land one of those high-paying cybersecurity jobs, build a stable career, and fight cyber crime through the Fullstack Cyber Bootcamp, a partnership with the City of New York.

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Start with Free Hacking 101

Why cybersecurity?

Technology today is more accessible than it’s ever been—but it’s also more of a liability.


Government-sponsored bots disrupted
an election.

Hacked data

Hackers continue to obtain sensitive consumer information.


Run-of-the-mill phishing scams can cost U.S. businesses nearly $1.6 billion in a single year.

So it’s no surprise that businesses are spending more on cybersecurity now than ever before.

$250 billion Projected value of U.S. cybersecurity industry by 2023

But who’s earning that money?

Right now, companies aren’t able to find enough qualified entry-level cybersecurity professionals to hire, leaving the U.S. government, countless businesses, and many individuals exposed to cyber attacks.


The City of New York and the Fullstack Cyber Bootcamp are looking to change that.

What’s in it for you?

Entry-level cybersecurity professionals in New York City make an average of $85,000 a year—70% more than the median income in NYC.


Lots of different companies—from those that specialize in cybersecurity to consumer brands or media companies looking to protect their subscribers—are hiring in NYC.

Whats in it for you

How the Fullstack Cyber Bootcamp works

The Fullstack Cyber Bootcamp is a partnership between the City of New York and Fullstack Academy – now one of the nation’s most established coding bootcamps, originally founded right here in New York City nearly a decade ago.

Students choose the program schedule that works best for them – study at the pace you prefer and become a cybersecurity pro in just 17 or 26 weeks. The bootcamp combines technical cybersecurity skills training and hands-on experience in simulated cyber attacks with professional development like resume help, networking guidance, and an exclusive in-house job fair for students.

Full Time Part Time
17 weeks 26 weeks
Mon-Fri 10-6p Tu/Th 6:30-9:30, Sat 9-1p
Training for:
Penetration Tester & Security Analyst roles
Training for: Security Analyst roles
$17,910 $15,980*
Explore the Full Time Program Explore the Part Time Program
*$2000 Founders Cohort scholarships available

This cybersecurity bootcamp is part of the city’s $100-million-dollar Cyber NYC initiative that aims to make New York a global leader in cybersecurity, just as we are in finance, tech, and more.

What you’ll learn once you’re in

The Fullstack Cyber Bootcamp curriculum is built for cybersecurity beginners. You’ll go from beginner to cybersecurity pro, and fast.

To make sure you have the skills you need, we’ll concentrate on:

Four core competencies
  • Computing
  • Networking
  • Security
  • Programming
  • Splunk
  • Snort
  • Bro IDS
  • GitHub
Major certification training
  • CompTIA CySA+
  • CompTIA Security+
  • CISSP Associate

Our curriculum has been developed with input from cybersecurity experts who know what employers are looking for, so you’ll graduate with exactly the skills you need to get a lucrative cybersecurity job. And since knowing how to get a job is just as important as knowing how to do a job, we also provide career development support.

See if the Fullstack Cyber Bootcamp is for you

Join us for an info session to see what you think, or explore the industry with our interactive Hacking 101 course.

Apply to join our April cohort

You don’t need any cybersecurity experience or knowledge to be admitted to the Fullstack Cyber Bootcamp. What you do need is to be able to think critically, solve problems, and demonstrate grit. Working your way through the bootcamp takes dedication and discipline – and then you’ll have to tackle the job search.

With that in mind, our admissions process requires a logical reasoning assessment and a short video interview—but before you do any of that, you’ve got to submit an application. So go for it!