“As the world
becomes more technologically interconnected, the risks posed by cybercriminals
to our communities, government entities and businesses increase,” LC Cybersecurity
Institute Assistant Director Tekuani Perez said. “We will need more
Cybersecurity and Digital Forensic professionals to help defend and protect our
critical networks and infrastructure.”
Dr. Ricardo J. Solis mentioned that these degrees will educate students with
strategies and tactics to take an active approach to anticipate adversarial
cyber actions and to counter intrusions. The programs provide an integrated
course of study with innovative technology to prepare students for this complex
and rapidly changing field.
interested in registering for any of these two programs must have completed the
Texas Success Initiative exam, complete a free six-hour introductory course from
IBM, create a LinkedIn account, undergo an interview, and attend the mandatory
Cybersecurity Institute experts will conduct the information sessions at our
college. They will explain each program’s information, requirements, curriculum
expectations and a brief overview of the skills enrolled students will acquire
through the semesters. Interested individuals must register for the session
information sessions will be held on Tuesday, May 11 at 9 a.m. and 7 p.m. at
the Falcon Bank Executive Conference Room. Limited spaces are available.
Therefore, everyone interested in enrolling for any of these two fields must
register for the information session by emailing Tekuani.firstname.lastname@example.org or Reymundo.email@example.com. The public may also contact us at (956)
764-5703 or (956) 721-5419 for more details.