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CIT Cyber Security Training

CIT is proud to be able to offer your organisation the opportunity to be among the first in the country to support current staff to upskill into one of the fastest growing industries of our time – Cyber Security.

Please find linked detailed information on CIT’s new Certificate IV In Cyber Security (22334VIC) and Graduate Certificate in Networking and Cyber Security (10198 NAT),including upcoming information sessions.

Also attached is the CIT Cyber Pathways flyer to assist individuals to map career and skills/knowledge pathways into cyber security and networking.

CIT can also offer a bridging course allowing people with a bachelor in IT and current industry experience the opportunity to boost their confidence with core networking prior to beginning the Graduate Certificate in Networking and Cyber Security 10198 NAT. The intensive preparationcourse will cover: 

  • Network fundamentals
  • LAN switching technologies
  • IPv4 and IPv6 routing technologies
  • WAN technologies
  • Infrastructure services
  • Infrastructure security, and
  • Infrastructure management

Participants of this course will also gain skills and knowledge to install, configure and manage network operating systems and network infrastructure services.

Why choose to undertake the Graduate Certificate in Networking and Cyber Security 10198 NAT?

This course is designed to provide network engineers currently in, or aiming for, upper management positions, with a range of high level specialist IT networking and cyber security knowledge and skills.

The program provides theoretical knowledge as well as hands on practical application using industry standard hardware and software to develop your skills to:

  • Design, implement, secure and maintain large enterprise networks
  • Identify, manage, analyse and use initiative to lead a team in diffusing and preventing cyber security breaches
  • Enhance the information technology infrastructure of businesses and/or government to increase cyber security.

Information sessions will be held on Wednesday 20 June, 5:15pm and Wednesday 4 July, 12:30pm at the CIT Reid campus. Participants will have the opportunity to meet with Dr Abu Barkat, Head of CIT Centre for Cyber Security and Games.

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