Computer Network and Internet Security Engineer

  • Program Details
  • Program Credential


  • Program Duration

52 Weeks

1300 Hours

  • Program Status

Registration Open

Gain Hands-on Cyber Security Training

As more information passes through the internet, cyber security attacks are on the rise. For this reason, trained professionals are crucial in protecting data, in today’s cyber-centered world.

Computer Network and Security Engineers protect data and users online, thus playing a vital role in the Information Technology system. In addition to protecting users from malicious online attacks, cyber security professionals  perform necessary back up procedures.

  • Prepare to implement strategies to secure networks.
  • Equip yourself to deter and prevent cyber crime.
  • Learn to install, manage, operate, plan, troubleshoot and protect a computer network.

Your Career

Computer Network and Cyber Security program

Cyber security and computer networking professionals are needed to analyze systems requirements, develop and implement information systems plans, policies and procedures, in addition to developing and implementing plans to protect networks from malicious activity.

As an information technology professional, specializing in computer networking and cyber security, you may be employed in both the private and public sectors, in a wide range of industries.

Duties and Responsibilities

Working in a cyber security role you will perform some, or all, of the following duties:

  • Installation, configuration and maintenance of PCs, networking equipment and network operating systems.
  • Securing an information technology infrastructure that specifically provides reliable, measurable, consistent, responsive and secure enterprise network services.
  • Concentrating on the network design and security, particularly troubleshooting and/or debugging network-related problems.
  • Deterring as well as preventing cyber-crime that plagues corporations and government agencies; for example, identity and data theft, hacking and invasion of privacy.
  • Guarding vital information systems vigilantly to fight cyber-crime.
  • Handles web and network security exploits, intrusion prevention, network traffic analysis, cryptography and encryption.
  • Maintenance of the network’s authorization infrastructure, as well as network backup systems.
  • Routing protocols and routing table configuration assignment.
  • Configuration of authentication, authorization and directory services.
  • Maintenance of network facilities in individual machines, such as drivers and settings of personal computers as well as printers etc.
  • Maintenance of network servers

As a BizTech College internet security student you will gain hands-on training and theoretical knowledge to pursue a variety of computer security certifications. Students with post-secondary accreditation in either IT or computer science can easily apply previous experience to mastering cyber security principles. While learning cyber security in Canada, you will gain a globally relevant and in-demand skill-set.

You will work towards industry standard certifications from Cisco and CompTIA and receive a no cost, first attempt exam voucher.

Learning Outcomes

  • Relevant Train with the industry’s latest software and techniques to launch a career ahead of the curve.
  • In-Demand Become an in-demand trained professional, needed to protect confidential, and important data.
  • Certified Validate your computer networking and cyber security expertise with computer security certifications.

Upon graduation from our internet security program you will have gained hands-on experience and in-depth knowledge in the following areas:

  • Understand computer hardware fundamentals to be able to install, configure, optimize, upgrade, diagnose, troubleshoot and perform preventive measures on computers and network devices.
  • Be familiar with common job-oriented safety and environmental issues as well as professionalism and communication.
  • Comprehend a broad knowledge of networking concepts and technologies.
  • Competently implement a network infrastructure in a small- to medium-sized enterprise based on Cisco routing and switching technologies.
  • Develop a security infrastructure, recognize threats and vulnerabilities to networks, and mitigate security threats.
  • Plan, configure and verify the implementation of complex enterprise switching solutions using Cisco’s Campus Enterprise Architecture.
  • Install, configure, maintain, and manage Windows Servers.
  • Plan and perform regular maintenance on complex enterprise routed and switched networks.
  • Configure advanced networking services relating to Active Directory Domain service, identity and rights management, federated services, load balancing, failover clustering, and disaster recovery.
  • Plan, configure and verify the implementation of secure enterprise LAN and WAN routing solutions using a range of routing protocols.

Certification Opportunities

As a BizTech College computer networking student you can boost your employability,by gaining the skills necessary to pursue the following industry standard certifications

CompTIA A+

This certification will be used to illustrate that you understand common hardware and software technologies in business, and certifies you have the necessary skills to support complex IT infrastructures.

CompTIA Network+

Globally trusted, this certification validates you have the essential knowledge and skills to confidently design, configure, manage and troubleshoot any wired and wireless network.


This certification ensures you are prepared with the knowledge of foundational technologies, while validating you have the skill set to stay relevant, and adopt next generation technologies.

CCNA Security

Earning this certificate demonstrates you have associate-level knowledge and skills required to secure Cisco networks, emphasizing core security technologies.


This CISCO certification will validate your ability to plan, implement, verify and troubleshoot local and wide-area enterprise networks and work collaboratively with specialist on advanced security, voice, wireless and video solutions.

Students looking to enroll in Computer Network and Security Engineer program must first meet the following pre-requisites:

  • Ontario High school diploma or equivalent,
  • OR Mature student status (18 years old and over) AND
  • Successful completion of the Wonderlic test

Massive amounts of data are created, and shared every day, most of which is vital and confidential to organizations and single users alike. As the amount of online and computer based sharing increases, so does the demand for trained professionals to protect this data. For this reason, it is estimated there will be an increase in the need for cyber security in Canada, causing 69,500 new cyber security jobs to open up across nationwide, now through 2024.

Subsequently graduating from BizTech College, you will have the theoretical and hands-on expertise to pursue one of the following roles:

  • Network Security Analyst
  • Cyber Security Specialist
  • Network Security Engineer
  • Systems Administrator
  • Computer Network Security Consultant
  • Network Security Specialist
  • Computer Network Administrator