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Network System Security

The Fundamentals of Data Security

In today’s digital age, protecting information is more important than ever. From personal financial information to sensitive corporate documents, we all have data we’d like to keep safe and confidential. With network security training from Career Quest Learning Centers, you can work toward a challenging career that will only continue to serve an important role.

In our network security courses, you can learn the fundamentals of information security through establishing digital and physical security of data, securing network devices, providing risk management, virtualization and cloud computing concepts. Our education programs are designed to meet the needs of students with busy schedules, and we offer hands-on support and individual attention to help you meet your goals. 

After completing our network security certification courses, you can seek employment in such positions as: security concepts, database security, information security and risk management. You can seek employment in a wide range of settings, including large corporations, banks, educational institutions, hospitals, government agencies and IT firms.

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics Occupational Outlook Handbook, employment for information security analysts, web developers and computer network architects is expected to rise 22% from 2010 to 2020. That’s faster than the average for all occupations and includes 65,700 new jobs during that time period.

Work toward a career that allows you to have a major impact on the daily operations of today’s businesses. Earn your computer security certification from Career Quest Learning Centers 

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“If anyone’s looking to get into an office setting, this is a great start because you can get all those basic computer skills that employers are looking for."