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Cybersecurity
  1. Cybersecurity
  2. Data Management
  3. Networking
  4. Software Development

Cybersecurity

Cybersecurity involves protecting private information—bank accounts, sensitive communications, medical histories—from falling into the wrong hands through malicious system threats (such as viruses, malware, threats, and scams) and internal vulnerabilities. This diverse, fast-growing field offers a range of career options, with specialties like threat analysis, cryptography, or network design to pique the interests of a range of students.

Cybersecurity Pathway

  1. While in High School
  2. CoLAB Pathway Enrollment
  3. College credits (AP, dual enrollment)
Work-Based Learning

Professional Development:

Portfolio development, Security Clearance
CAP, CEH, Cloud +, GSEC, Security +, Network+
  1. With Associate's Degree
  2. A.S. Computer Science
  3. Cybersecurity Certificate
  4. A.A.S. Cybersecurity

Off Ramp to Industry

  1. User Suport Specialist
  2. Security Analyst
  3. Info Security Specialist

Professional Development:

Portfolio development, Security Clearance
CAP, CEH, Cloud +, GSEC, Security +, Network+
  1. With a Bachelor's Degree
  2. B.S. Computer Science
  3. B.S. Cybersecurity
  4. B.S. Software Development

Off Ramp to Industry

  1. Security Engineer
  2. Info Systems Security Officer
  3. Security Manager

Professional Development:

Portfolio development, Security Clearance
CAP, CEH, Cloud +, GSEC, Security +, Network+
  1. With a Grad Degree
  2. M.S. Cybersecurity Management
  3. M.S. Information Security

Off Ramp to Industry

  1. Systems Engineer
  2. Info Assurance Engineer
  3. Info Systems Security Engineer

Professional Development:

CASP, CCNA, CCSP, CISA, CISM, CISSP, CYSA+, CRISC
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