I have an opportunity to attend a job fair, but for one day, the amount seems to be a little extreme. I just wanted to know are these expenses worth it considering the connections one may make. Especially when the job fair is Women in Aviation and my Master's degree is in Criminal Justice in Homela
I may be planning on going into the cyber-security/network security, so I was wondering where and what would offer me the best experience and knowledge on security basics at any place and anytime.
I am asking this because I am in the Information Systems Technology field (IST), but I am debating on whether I should use my office experience to go into management or cyber-security. My basic understandings are on Cisco Networking Academy, so please elaborate on whether the security measures are c
I am graduating soon, and want to work in Information Security.
What certifications, if any, are required/appropriate?
Should I get programming work experience before attempting to move into Information Security?
Is there any other advice that you can give that might help me break into the field?
I've heard about this field of study under computer science called Data mining. I wanted to know exactly what it was and how difficult it is.
My main goal in college is to achieve a master's degree in cybersecurity, however, I'm not sure if computer science would have a broader spectrum of career paths.
I plan on taking part of an ROTC program in college, and wish to pursue a career in the cyber security field within the military as a commissioned officer. However, I don't know which branch is best for this type of career.
I'm interested in cyber security and the Airforce. It would be great if I could do that in the Airforce. I haven't talked to a recruiter yet, so I don't know their fields.
I have heard that they hack into a server for weaknesses in it, so they can make the server more safe from attacks. Is there more to it?
Im looking to go where I will be able to collaborate with the mosst amount of professionals in my field and make the most money, what states am i most likely to achieve that in?
Is there down time or is there constantly things to be done?
I am planning to major in computer science or cyber security.
I am interested in pursuing a career in cyber security, but some schools I am interested in do not offer cyber security as a major.
Hi, I just became a senior in high school and have plans to pursue a career in IT security. I have a choice to take AP Calculus this year. My other options are Business Math or Statistics. Would Calculus be a helpful course to prepare for an IT career? I know it is not a mandatory course to take, li
I am attending The University of Texas at San Antonio as a freshman in the fall pursuing a degree in cyber security. Other than working as hard as possible in class, how can I prepare for and ensure a career for myself after college.
I'm torn between choosing just Computer Science, or Computer Engineering, Software Engineering, Information Systems, Cyber-security, Computer Forensics...I know I want to be a tech major...but which one??
Hi! My name is Anina, and I'm a high school senior interning for Career Village. I'm afraid of choosing the wrong career. Can you tell me more about your job working in cybersecurity? What do you like? What do you not like? What is your advice for someone in high school thinking about this industry?
I'd like to prepare for a job as an engineer at a computer security company, so I'm wondering what the interview process is like. What was your experience interviewing for an engineer role at a cyber security company? What advice do you have for an aspiring engineer (or aspiring engineer intern) to
I've heard good things about this industry but i'm not sold on it being the one I pursue. Can you tell me about what made you decide to go into this industry?
I'm currently a junior in high school and i'm very intrigued by a career in cyber security because i've been told that this is a really good field to get into, but i'm not exactly sure what job options are available to me within cyber security. I'm thinking about marketing.. but I'm not set on that