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|Course ID||Course Name||Instructor||Room Number||Time|
|003||CompTIA Security+ Certification||S. Khan||Main Computer Lab||Tue / Thu 6:00 P.M. - 10:00 P.M.|
Description: In today’s Information Technology world, Computer Security is a key element in protecting ones data and network infrastructure. This is why more and more IT Managers prefer to employ people that have a Computer Security. In order to qualify for the Security+ course, the student must have some type of certification (i.e. A+ or Network+), networking experience, or knowledge and expertise in a related field prior to joining this course. Our Security+ course will teach the student different security practices in the industry by defining General Security Concepts (i.e. Access Control, Authentication, Attacks, Malicious Code, etc..), Communication Security (i.e. Remote Access, Email, Web, File Transfer, Wireless, etc..), Network Infrastructure Security (i.e. Devices, Media, Topologies, Intrusion Detection, & Security Baselines), Basics of Cryptography (i.e. Algorithms, Cryptography, PKI, Standards & Protocols, Key Management/Certificate Lifecycle), and Operational/Organizational Security (i.e. Physical Security, Disaster Recovery, Business Continuity, Policy & Procedures, etc..). Students will be discussing many different aspects of Security such as IPSEC (Internet Protocol Security), Hardware/Software Firewalls, Subnet Masking and DMZ (Demilitarized Zone) to name a few. After completing the Security+ Certification, students can qualify to work as a Computer/Network Security Support Specialist.
Course Length: 40 hours (5 weeks)
Contact Name: Sunil Ajwani
Contact Phone Number: (734) 462-2090
Admission Requirements: Some exposure to the computer hardware/software and/or computer networking.
Credential Earned: Certification
Other Credential Description: Security+ Certification of Completion
Sources of Financial Assistance Accepted: Interest-Free Payment Plans, Michigan Work Grants (i.e. Individual Training Accounts (ITA) grants, Workforce Investment Act Grants, etc..), UAW Tap Vouchers from Ford, GM, and DaimlerChrysler, TFC Credit Corp (Low 0% financing), NAFTA Funds, and Michigan Merit Award Scholarships. Many of our programs may also qualify from the Veterans Affairs Department.
Program Cost: $2,399 (includes books and materials) / Additional Exam Cost: $251
Average Starting Wage: $15.00/hour