Camosun College offers two new programs in cybersecurity and computer network technology – Victoria News
Citing dramatic changes in the way we do business, Camosun College has created two new diplomas focused on cybersecurity and networking technology.
The university will offer cybersecurity and network technology programs this fall. The goal is to provide students with the knowledge and hands-on experience they need to be able to install, repair, protect, and maintain computers, servers, and computer networks.
More workers connect to VPNs, work from home, and communicate globally than ever before, electronics and computer engineering instructor Ian Cameron said in a press release.
For the digital infrastructure of banking, healthcare, telecommunications, energy and the transportation industries, “it is vital that companies invest in cybersecurity experts to protect them from both cyberattacks and data theft,” he said. said Cameron.
Alan Duncan, a professor of electronics and computer engineering, said graduate students “will not only have the knowledge and skills to maintain computer and network systems, but will also be able to design and configure these systems to protect them from hackers. computer and malware “.
The number of jobs for cybersecurity professionals in Canada is growing by seven per cent each year, according to the Canadian Center for Cybersecurity, and is another demand position on Vancouver Island.
“At Camosun, we work closely with industry to identify the skills that are needed now and in the future. This program reflects our commitment to students, employers and industry partners,” Cameron said. “Our students will make a difference by helping to strengthen Canada’s digital security and safety.”
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