More than a technical knowledge, an understanding of business domains and how systems work to protect information in business is more vital for that role. Having grown up with technology, I'm sure your computer skills are more than adequate to learn any software tools you come across.
Definition Ref: https://www.techopedia.com/definition/29954/information-security-analyst
That said, if you have an interest in the security field, there's no reason you can't develop the required skills. Concentrate first on OS knowledge (Windows and Linux, and not from the end-user but from the administrative standpoint) and a good IP networking background, including firewalls and routing. Once you're there, you can move on to other studies and perhaps obtain something like a CISSP to demonstrate your understanding.
NET - NET, focus on developing strong foundational skills upon which you can layer the previously mentioned subject matter expertise.
Hope this helps - B-