Passionate by learning how to learn.
As a developer, cybersecurity became a passion and i wondered how i could succeed to become an ethical hacker online.

How to succeed ?

To accomplish this mission, I’ve divided my project into several objectives.

  • Join Moocs, platforms and comment them on this blog (in progress see here and here)
  • Create a list of free resources (see here)
  • Attend seminars, conferences and events that (see here)
  • Attend summer schools (see here)
  • Attend CTF in real life and online
  • Set up my own lab
  • Volunteer with a great organization (Done with ROS se my article about it here)
  • Launch podcasts about experts in cybersecurity (Done see here)
  • Join and be active on bug bounty platforms
  • Create or join a Non Profit organization to organize meetup and CTF for women in cybersecurity in Paris (Done here with WoSEC)

How did I choose which MOOCs to follow ?

To choose which MOOCs i would follow i went on ANSSI’s website and checked every curricular of master they indexed to find the subjects studied to validate those masters. With the units i found i was able to search for a few classes on mooclist.
Then i went to the website cybersecuritydegrees and looked at their FAQ’s topic entitled: « How to obtain a cybersecurity education for free with moocs » and cross-checked it with the previous MOOC i had found.

List of completed moocs, training and certificates


Completed Moocs

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