Careers in Internet Security

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The Rosen Publishing Group, Jan 15, 2011 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 80 pages
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Internet security professionals generally are known as computer specialists. Specialists represent more than half of the job force involved in computer systems design and maintenance. Some develop computer software. Some design complete information systems from scratch. Others are responsible for handling network security. Most of these professionals deal with different aspects of electronic information that is collected and used by individuals, companies, organizations, and government agencies. The use of electronic data regularly involves the Internet. This book is about the career field of Internet Security, and focuses on job preparation, training, job requirements, and responsibilities. It provides job-hunting tips and investigates the areas of job growth for readers who are interested in the cyber security profession.
 

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Contents

Introduction
5
Types of Internet Security Professionals
18
Skills and Tools of the Profession
31
Required Training
38
Launching a Career and Advancing
49
Future Demands in Internet Security
58
Glossary
67
For Further Reading
73
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