Network Security Certificate

Jesse Wallace, MS, Chair
Phone: (419) 995-8356
Office: JJC 130

Ransomware. Network breaches. Vulnerable infrastructure. Sometimes, we feel as if nothing can be done about these cybercriminals. In the Network Security program, we do something. We learn what criminals do and how to stop them. We will look at the ways they criminals work, and we learn the best practices to prevent them from gaining access to our networks. 

Program Learning Outcomes

Upon completion, the student will be able to:

  1. Follow a structured model in Security Systems Development Life Cycle (SDLC).
  2. Detect attack methodology and combat hackers from intrusion or other suspicious attempts at connection to gain unauthorized access to a computer and its resources.
  3. Protect data and respond to threats that occur over the internet.
  4. Design and implement risk analysis, security policies, and damage assessment.
  5. Plan, implement and audit operating systems' security in a networked, multi-platform and cross platform environment.

Network Security Major

Technical Standards
See here for details.