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Information Technology Administrator (Cybersecurity)

About the Program

Join the growing IT industry with this 62-week diploma program. Hone the IT skills you need, especially in dealing with security in both enterprise and cloud environments.  Sharpen your IT skills with this Information Technology Administrator (Cybersecurity) program. Configure, automate, and manage servers within a cloud environment through a wide range of technologies.

Through our cybersecurity courses, you will learn how to design, implement, and audit security within an enterprise and cloud environment. You’ll also cover detecting, responding to, and investigating the common types of security breaches.

This cybersecurity diploma program will prepare you to write the CompTIA and Microsoft cybersecurity certifications.

Career Opportunities

This Information Technology Administrator (Cybersecurity) program qualifies you for a wide range of careers including:

  • Cybersecurity Analyst
  • Cybersecurity Administrator
  • Windows 10 Administrator
  • Windows Server Administrator
  • Active Directory Administrator
  • Project Manager
  • Network Administrator
  • Linux Administrator
  • Security Specialist
  • SQL Database Administrator
  • Email Server Administrator
  • Exchange Server Administrator
  • Wireless LAN Administrator
  • Penetration Tester

Employers Who Have Hired Our Cybersecurity Grads

  • Rogers Communications
  • Acer America Corporation
  • Compugen Spectra Energy Satellite
  • Bell Canada
  • Ricoh Canada Inc.
  • Wilfred Laurier University
  • University of Waterloo
  • Hewlett-Packard Co.
  • Tech Alliance
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