Why Choose the Network Operations & System Security (NOSS) Program?
The NOSS program prepares students to pursue careers in a variety of entry- to mid-level positions including, but not limited to, help desk, network system administration, and cybersecurity.
Students prepare for careers involving the protection of information on computers and networks against unauthorized access or modification of information and the denial of service to authorized users. Learn security measures, both physical and virtual, necessary to detect, document, and counter such threats.
Our curriculum includes basic and advanced computer and networking skills, physical and virtual security processes, and procedures, and introduction to security management, planning, and recovery.
The NOSS program was formerly known as Computer Networking & Information Systems Security or CNISS.
How Long It Takes:
All program lengths are estimates and are not guaranteed.
Information Security Analyst
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Meet Your Instructors
Kelly has a degree in Computer Science and has had over 21 industry and IT certifications. Kelly has taught at CPTC for more than 10 years, and in 2011 he was awarded an honorary membership into the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society. He has also been awarded the National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development Excellence in Teaching Award and the Puget Sound Energy Distinguished Faculty Award.
Don brings with him more than 20 years of experience in the Network and Computer Security industry. Don has an associate degree in Electronic Technology and maintains certifications in A+, MCP, 2008 Server Administration and ITAA Information Security Awareness, as well as multiple FEMA certifications. He has been with the CNISS program since its inception.
Jeff has degrees in Information Systems Application and Management. In the military, he worked at every level of security, from practitioner to program manager. He’s been a systems administrator, webmaster, and online course developer. His certifications include A+, Linux+, and the CCNA. He is CPTC's certified Cisco CCNA instructor.
Network Operations & System Security Program Information Sessions usually occur at 3 p.m. on the second and fourth Wednesday of the month.
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View the Academic Calendar at www.cptc.edu/academic-calendar to see when the next information session is scheduled.
STORIES ABOUT THE NOSS PROGRAM
Two Clover Park Technical College students have been accepted to the 2020 All-Washington Academic Team. The All-Washington Academic Team program recognizes and honors our state's finest higher education students.
With the threat of cyber attacks always growing in our world, the need for prepared cyber security professionals is greater than ever. Last weekend, a group of eight Clover Park Technical College Computer Networking & Information Systems Security Students had the opportunity to put their skills and learning to the test in a simulated cyber attack at the Pacific Rim Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition (PRCCDC).
Clover Park Technical College’s March Board of Trustees meeting concluded with the Board awarding tenure to Jay Lanphier, Michael Smith, and Jennifer Weinmann.