Cyber Security Forensics Specialist
This program prepares students to track and patch security holes after an incident has occurred. Cyber forensic procedures may include seizure of equipment, analysis of confiscated materials and follow-up procedures relating to the incident. Students are introduced to basic security principles involving networks and operating systems, including the current threats, vulnerabilities and policies of electronic commerce. They gain an understanding of the principles of risk management, security architectures, incident handling, disaster recovery and secure systems administration. Students gain skills required for certifications in Comp TIA, Network and Security +.
"We currently have two former students, of the program, who are employed as I.T. Technicians here at Great Plains. You can also find some former students working at Dell, City National Bank, Alias Forensics, City of Lawton, BankOnIT, or in different branches of the military (MOS related to the program). Many student move on to study I.T. in college, and one former student is majoring in Cyber Security, as part of the Cyber Corp, at the University of Tulsa."
Wesley Sloan, Instructor