Students train for technical challenges in a networked computer system and learn methods to protect vital data in private and public industries. Prepare secure communications and identify risks for networks and devices. Cybersecurity professionals work in industries such as: financial services, law firms, health care facilities, government agencies, military service, law enforcement, and private security agencies. Job descriptions for this new and emerging industry have a projected growth outlook of 37% (27,400 new jobs in the US) and graduates may earn an average of $86,100 annually. People who are successful in this field typically are very detail oriented, analytical and orderly. The class focuses on academic, technical skills, and employability practices. Students will develop personal and professional skills in the classroom that will transfer to the workplace:
Kory Keadle brings more than thirteen years of experience as a Computer Technician. Mr. Keadle is considered an industry expert in the Information Technology (IT) field. Prior to working for SVCTE, he was an independent contractor providing IT services for Bank of America, Open Table, and was the on-site Computer Technician for the Metropolitan Education District. While training with the Mater's Institute, Mr. Keadle started his career with Raley's/Nob Hill as a Computer Technician responsible for maintaining the network and POS systems, registers, manager terminals, laptops, pharmacy systems and printer for fifteen store locations.