Computer Networking and Security Courses

Read about some of our Computer Networking and Security courses so you can discover how our training will get you started on the path to your new career.

Sample Computer Networking and Security Courses

Computer Forensics

This course will introduce the student to computer forensics concepts, including accessing and recovering data files, performing email investigations, and performing digital forensics analysis. The course addresses common computer forensics tools.

A+ Software

This course will provide the student with installation, configuration of various operating systems utilized in personal computers, and their relationship to computer networks. This course addresses preventative maintenance, safety, troubleshooting, and customer relations as it applies to computer technicians.

A+ Hardware

This course will provide the student with fundamental knowledge of various types of personal computer hardware, their applications and maintenance procedures required in the industry. This course addresses numbering systems and troubleshooting techniques applied to personal computers and applicable peripheral equipment.

Networking Concepts

This course will introduce the student to fundamental computer network concepts such as protocol, topologies, hardware, and network operating systems. This course also covers network installation, maintenance, troubleshooting, client/server architecture, TCP/IP, Ethernet, and wireless transmission.

Network Security

This course will address high-level security measures for web, email, file transfer, wireless, instant messaging, and how to protect physical access. This course will cover intrusion detection, computer virus prevention, and various encryption technologies to secure access to network resources.

Presentations, Databases and Communication

This course teaches students how to support users of Microsoft Office PowerPoint, Microsoft Access, Microsoft Outlook, web browsers, and basic e-mail functions. PowerPoint functions include creating and formatting documents, generating handout material, and including content from other sources. Access functions include normalized data structure design, build a database to store information, and utilize Access functionality to view and maintain data. Students are expected to set up desktop personal computers to manage typical office organization functions.

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