To promote cyber awareness, cyber security and workforce development by providing information, training and education to students, staff and the public.
Stark State strives to meet the area’s demands for high-quality cyber security education and training. We want our community to be cyber security resilient.
Associate degree in cyber security and computer forensics
Cyber security and digital forensics are the hot areas of computer networking, and you’ll be job-ready with computer and network security skills along with the ability to find digital evidence on multiple devices. You’ll learn proper procedure and handing guidelines for digital evidence and be able to use software tools to image, validate and analyze different digital devices. Hands-on, practical exercises will give you an edge in the job market in both the public and private sectors.
Start as an entry-level security analyst, digital forensics analyst or digital forensics investigator, or continue your education via Stark State’s transfer agreements with Kent State University and Champlain College.
- computer networking
- cyber security
- network security
- digital forensics
- public and private sector job markets
Cyber Security: More Critical Than Ever
A free seminar Friday, Oct. 7 at 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. Staying current in the latest trends in network security and digital forensics continues to be essential for law enforcement and corporate security professionals. Open to all students, faculty, Ohio HTCIA members, law enforcement and IT professionals in Stark and Summit counties. Click here to learn more.
Guest speaker Hayley Clarke
Director, Global IT Risk and Security at Goodyear Tire and Rubber Co. will discuss how she entered cyber security and what it’s like to work in the field. She will also offer suggestion for employment in the industry. The event is scheduled for Thursday, Oct. 20 from 10-11:50 a.m. in Room K110. Click here to learn more.
World Backup Day
Thursday, March 31, 2023, is World Backup Day, the day where we are reminded of how important it is to back up your data. For more information on what it means and why you should backup your data go to https://worldbackupday.com/en.