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Roles & Responsibilities:
Cyber Security graduates are computer specialists. They work for organizations to help structure, install and manage information security systems. They work to protect an organization's computer information and prevent the loss of data. They watch for security breaches and respond to them, if necessary.
The responsibilities of Cyber Security specialists vary depending on the nature of work of their employers. In a small home setting, network security specialists might be hired to install virus protection software and perform ritual cleanups. In a larger setting, such as a corporation, a network security specialist will likely have larger responsibilities. These might include training employees on information security, setting up entire security programs, monitoring information networks for breaches and gathering data to be used in the prosecution of cyber criminals.
Graduates of the program hold jobs with titles such as:
In addition to holding a degree from TSTC, graduates can build skills and credibility in the job market by earning industry standard certifications at our VUE testing center. Among the credentials offered through various organizations are CompTIA A+ and CompTIA Network+ and CISCO Certifications.