8:30 PM Update: All systems are back online, including student access to the Canvas Learning Management System. EFSC's IT team was able to restore network access this evening following an outage caused by a technical issue that began shortly before 3 PM. Students who had deadlines in Canvas that were impacted by the outage should reach out to their instructors. Thank you for your patience as technical systems were restored to operational status.


COVID Update:

EFSC has returned to normal pre-COVID operations, with full capacity on-campus classes and events. Click for the COVID Reporting Requirements and the Return to Campus Approval Process which remain in place. See the Student Services Guide for on-campus services available on a walk-in basis or by appointment, plus virtual options. Read the latest updates.

Network Security Forensics Advanced Technical Certificate

This certificate can be earned as a pathway to the Computer Information Systems Technology - Network Systems Specialization Bachelor of Applied Science Program. Applicants who qualify for the bachelor's level program can also apply to earn just the Network Security Forensics Advanced Technical Certificate. Speak with a bachelor's advisor about that process.

This twelve credit Advanced Technical Certificate (ATC) program prepares students for employment in the network security field. The program provides coursework in cybersecurity, digital forensics, intrusion detection, and application programming control architectures.

Following successful completion of the program courses, the candidate may be eligible to apply for certification leading to a Global Information Assurance Certification (GIAC) in Certified Forensic Analysis (GCFA). Visit the program page for more details and how to apply.

The completion of an Associate in Science (A.S.) or Associate of Applied Science degree is required to be eligible to earn the Advanced Technical Certificate.

View the Network Security Forensics ATC Curriculum