Computer Info Tech Networking & Information Security Program
What does a Network Administrator do?
The Network Administrator's role is to ensure the stable operation of the in-house computer network. This includes planning, developing, installing, configuring, maintaining, supporting, and optimizing all network hardware, software, and communication links. The person will also analyze and resolve problems in a timely and accurate fashion, and provide end user training where required.
What does a Security Administrator do?
The Security Administrator's role is to ensure the secure operation of the in-house computer systems, servers, and network connections. This includes checking server and firewall logs, scrutinizing network traffic, establishing and updating virus scans, and troubleshooting. This person will also analyze and resolve security breaches and vulnerability issues in a timely and accurate fashion, and conduct user activity audits where required.
What certificates and degrees can you get from LCC for a career computer networking and information security?
The CIT Computer Networking and Information Security program contains course ware reviewed and certified to map to the Committee on National Security Systems (CNSS) National Training Standard 4011: Information Systems Security (INFOSEC) Professionals.
Currently there is a Cisco Certified Network Associate Certification Preparation (CCNA)- Certificate of Completion (Curriculum Code 1469) and Network & Security Management Academy - Associate in Business Degree (Curriculum Code 1453).
Who do you contact for more information?
Joe Werner 159.16 West Campus - email@example.com (517) 483-1520
Cameron Dean - 159.17 West Campus - firstname.lastname@example.org - (517) 483-5290
Computer Information Technologies
West Campus, M103.4
Phone: (517) 267-6406
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