Cyber Monday is here, and since today is all about tech savings, we’re bringing you four of our favorite cybersecurity deals -- marked down even further from their original sale prices. Plus, when you plug in the CYBER25 coupon code, you can take an extra 25% off these already discounted deals.

If you're interested in more savings, browse our Cyber Security Deals page and apply the same coupon code to your selections (some exclusions apply).

Certified Ethical Hacker Bootcamp

MSRP: $5,207 | Sale: $45 | Savings: Over 90%

Ethical hackers are in hot demand, and you can join their ranks with this hacking bootcamp. Featuring instruction for passing the CEH v9 certification exam, this training can help you break into the industry with one of the hottest hacking certifications under your belt.

Windscribe VPN: Lifetime Pro Subscription

MSRP: $900 | Sale: $49 | Savings: Over 90%

The web isn’t as safe as it used to be, but Windscribe is here to watch your back. This VPN boasts top-tier protection and a best-in-industry firewall to keep hackers away from your online movements. Plus, it’s designed to be as intuitive as possible, so you can spend less time tinkering with settings and more time surfing.

Ultimate Computer Security Bundle

MSRP: $693 | Sale: $29 | Savings: Over 90%

Cybercrime is growing by the day, and companies are willing to pay a premium for online protection. Pick up this collection, and you can become a high-paid cybersecurity pro as you dive into IT security, ethical hacking, VoIP security, and much more. Plus, you’ll also prepare to ace the CISSP certification exam, giving you an edge over the competition.

Enterprise COBOL Programming Bundle

MSRP: $590 | Sale: $19 | Savings: Over 90%

Used extensively in industries like banking, insurance, and retail, COBOL helps run the world’s business transactions. So, if you’re looking to bring your tech skills to the business world, picking up COBOL isn’t a bad idea. This collection will get you up to speed with COBOL coding and teach you how to create your own number-crunching programs.