The Network Security Administrator is designed to look at the network security in a defensive view. The program is designed to provide fundamental skills needed to analyze the internal and external security threats against a network, and to develop security policies that will protect an organizations information. A Network Security Administrator will learn to configure security setting on router, firewalls, emails, intrusion detection systems, wireless and AV systems, as well as develop effective security policy in a company.

How do hackers break into computer systems? Can they get into your computer? Is it easy to break into a corporate network and steal their secrets?  During this basic course, you will be given information about the tools and techniques to break into systems. You will be shown how to break into web servers, steal information and how to remotely control someone’s computer.  “It takes a thief to catch a thief”.
The basic aim of this course is to provide user with knowledge of how illegal computer attacks can be performed and how they can be stopped.

Our increasing dependence on technology, both in the workplace and in our personal lives, means that we are leaving a constant trace, or digital fingerprint of our behaviour and lifestyle. Data on our mobile phones and computers can reveal private information, from deleted text messages to online shopping activities.
Digital forensics is the application of advanced technical skills with knowledge of forensic investigation techniques to collect this data. On this course, you will benefit from multidisciplinary teaching across the areas of computing, forensic science, psychology and law.
This approach will provide you with an in-depth understanding of criminal behaviour, general forensic investigation techniques, and knowledge of the correct procedures for presenting evidence in a court of law.