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IT Security Professional Courses



Our modern lifestyle relies heavily on technology and the digital infrastructure that makes it work - most people reach for their cell phone as soon as they wake up, interact with different systems during the day, and end their day with entertainment from technology. Our nation depends on this digital infrastructure, and our networks depend on the flow of information and integrity of the information we get from others.

It is essential to protect this infrastructure to ensure continued operations, keeping cyber attacks to a minimum. This is where you come in. Join the fight to protect systems, networks, and critical infrastructure.

 

Why Take a Course in IT Security?

The need for experienced administrators with the most up-to-date information regarding network and informational security is higher than ever. So now is the time to enhance your skills and your career, whether you are looking to segue your current career into information technology and security, or if you are currently in the IT industry and looking for new challenges. These educational offerings are brought to you by a partnership between the Office of Extended Education and the Center for Infrastructure Assurance and Security (CIAS).

Read more about our three defined educational tracks below, or take individual courses:

Network & Security Basics: The Apprentice Track

Courses included in the Apprentice track:

Cyber Incidents and Information Security: The Technician Track

Courses included in the Technician track:

Computer Hacking and Cyber Defense: The Master Track

Courses included in the Technician track:

 

Why Take these Courses with Us?

Our courses are available through a partnership with the Center for Infrastructure Assurance and Security (CIAS), which delivers high-quality, high-impact cyber security events including one-hour lectures, multi-day cyber security training classes, exercises and competitions.

 

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Brought to you by a partnership between the Office of Extended Education and the CIAS.

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