Computer Networking and Security
Learn how to protect networks and hardware
with IT security training
Lincoln’s Computer Networking and Security program immerses students in a hands-on learning environment delivered by Information Technology professionals with detailed, firsthand knowledge. Gain exposure to the core principles and processes of networking tools and techniques, security measures and defense, office applications, computer hardware and software, and IT security training through our computer security classes.
Our hands-on computer networking training gives you the opportunity to:
- Prepare to sit for key industry certifications like CompTIA+, Security+, Network+, Server+ and certain MCTS Certifications.
- Learn to identify and remove security threats such as hackers, Trojans, and other cyber-threats to home and business networks. Perform Network Address Translations, set up packet filtering, and install proxy servers, firewalls and Virtual Private Networks.
- Learn to configure and manage Windows network infrastructures including Active Directory, Doman Structure, DHCP servers, clients and more.
- Dive into networking technologies via a top-down, theoretical and integrated approach from servers to network hardware infrastructure.
- Receive hands-on computer networking training so you can troubleshoot hardware including wireless technologies, routers, hubs and switches.
- Apply advanced PC repair and support skills in a client-based help desk setting.
Preparing for a career in Computer Security,
Tech Support and more
After completing your Computer Security training, you will be eligible and encouraged to sit for industry certification exams such as CompTIA A+, Network+, Server+, Security+ and MCTS Windows 7, among others. You will be trained for entry-level positions such as Computer Information Systems Technician, Software Support Technician, Network Systems and Data Communications Analyst, Security Support Technician, and many more.
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Networking and Security training?
Become the “go-to” person companies depend on for the networking and security issues they face. With virtually every industry reliant on computers to keep their businesses going, this is truly a Career That Builds America!