The demand for cybersecurity experts has grown three times faster than any other IT job role, and training a cybersecurity workforce is a priority of many governments. From confidential company data to personal information, more network connections make data more vulnerable to attacks and increase demand for professionals with cybersecurity skills.
If you think like a hacker and wish to become a security specialist, you need to stay up-to-date on technology and discover weak spots before someone else does. If you enjoy solving complex problems, have a passion for information
and network security, this course is for you. The students will have successfully completed their Level 5 studies, will be an adult returning to education, or will have relevant experience.
Main areas of study
|Introduction to Cybersecurity||Network Theory Essentials||Fundamentals of Routing and Switching|
|The Data Protection Act and the implications for your IT network||Securing Network Devices and your Local Area Network||Introduction to Cryptography|
|Managing a Secure Network|
Should you wish to continue your studies, CCNA Security is considered the leading entry-level Network Security qualification.
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