Cyber Security Professional Program

The Bureau of Labor Statistics defines a cyber security professional, or information security analyst, as someone who plans and carries out security measures to protect networks and systems within an organization. As the number of cyber attacks continues to increase, their job and responsibilities are continually expanding. Some daily tasks include:

Monitor an organization’s networks for security breaches and investigate a violation when one occurs Install and use software, such as firewalls and data encryption programs, to protect sensitive information Prepare reports that document security breaches and the extent of the damage caused by the breaches Conduct penetration testing, which is when analysts simulate attacks to look for vulnerabilities in their systems before they can be exploited Research the latest information technology (IT) security trends Develop security standards and best practices for the organization Recommend security enhancements to management or senior IT staff Help computer users when they need to install or learn about new security products and procedures

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