Today, businesses of all sizes depend upon a networked computer system connected to the Internet. Computer and network technologies have greatly increased employee productivity, elevated the status of “information” to that of a computer asset and reduced the cost of doing business. Unfortunately, the same technology that makes life easier for the employee also makes life easier for cyber criminals and more difficult for the IT professionals whose responsibility it is to secure the organization’s vital data. Private and Public corporations alike seek professionals who are capable of protecting networks from intrusion, protecting computers from viruses and retrieving data as evidence from computers used in the commission of committing fraud and other corporate crimes.
This workshop provides participants the knowledge of network installation, access and security, fault tolerance, disaster recovery and network troubleshooting.