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The CodeHS Cybersecurity Level 1 Microcredential Exam tests foundational understanding of Cybersecurity topics and concepts. This microcredential can serve as a stepping stone for teachers’ career aspirations and help build programming skill credibility.

Exam Format

  • Format: 45 Multiple Choice Questions

  • Delivery Method: Online Timed Exam

Topics & Concepts Covered

  • Cybersecurity Basics

  • Ransomware

  • Internet of Things

  • Phishing

  • CIA Triad

  • Digital Citizenship and Cyber Hygiene

  • Digital Footprint

  • Cyberbullying

  • Internet Safety

  • Data Privacy and Security

  • Password Strength

  • Information Literacy

  • Effective Internet Searches

  • Creative Credit and Copyright

  • Hacking Ethics and Legality

  • Cryptography

  • Basic Cryptography Vocabulary

  • History of Cryptography

  • Caesar Cipher

  • Vigenere Cipher

  • Software Security

  • Clients and Servers

  • Databases

  • Security Problems

  • SQL

  • SQL Injection

  • Networking Fundamentals

  • Internet Hardware

  • Internet Addresses

  • IPv4 and IPv6

  • DNS

  • Routing

  • Packets and Protocols

  • Programming Fundamentals

  • Variables

  • Data Types

  • Functions

  • Looping

  • Branching

  • Arrays

  • Objects

  • System Administration

  • Operating Systems

  • Software

  • Software Licenses

  • Application Security

  • Browsers

  • System Administration

  • Command Line Interface

  • IT Infrastructure

  • Internal Components

  • Peripheral Devices

  • Network Devices

  • Storage Options

  • Network Options

  • Network Communication

  • Network Management

View Sample Exam Questions

Prerequisites

There are no prerequisites to take the CodeHS Cybersecurity Level 1 Microcredential Exam. However, we recommend that students take the CodeHS Introduction to Cybersecurity or Fundamentals of Cybersecurity Course to prepare for the exam.

Interested in taking CodeHS Cybersecurity Level 1 Microcredential? Find out more information here.

Still have questions? Contact our team at hello@codehs.com to learn more!

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