Cyber Security (Continuing Education)

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Cybercrime, stolen identities, lost electronic files, information theft ... so many things can go wrong in our dependence on computer and Internet information.

Cyber security — protecting electronic files — affects every aspect of our lives, from home and workplace to homeland security. 

Cyber security is the science of gathering, preserving and analyzing the data found in digital devices.

The term is often used in relation to solving cyber-crime and describes a chain-of-evidence process to gather electronic data a way that can be used in a court of law.

Cyber Security Basics (CE Skills Award)

Courses Required:

  • ITSY 1000 Fundamentals of Information Security
  • ITSY 1042 Information Technology Security​

Cyber Security Operations (CE Skills Award)

Courses Required:

  • ITSY 2000 Operating System Security
  • ITSY 2001 Firewalls and Network Security Design

​​​​​​​Important: Check the CE schedule​ to verify if and when the class is currently being offered.

How To Search​:

  • ​View the CE schedule.​​
  • Select the semester you wish to register for.
  • Select the prefix of your desired course (example: HRPO).
  • Results for the course numbers, sections and times will be displayed for that semester.​​

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HB 1508 Notice

This program may lead to an occupational license for which a prior criminal history may make a student ineligible. 

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