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Students at Peninsula College are taught to explore the legal, ethical, and global impact of cybercrime on private, public, and personal computing infrastructures.
The courses are based on the CNSSI standards established by the U.S. National Security Agency (NSA) for training information systems security professionals.The program provides up to date curriculum that adapts to the rapidly changing field of cybersecurity and computer forensics.
The Peninsula College Cybersecurity and Computer Forensics program is significantly more cost effective than most private and public schools.
Residents of Clallam County value education. As a result, many programs are in place to educate the youth of the area, as well as provide higher education and skills training.Clallam County has various public and private schools for the youth of the community. This includes the North Olympic Peninsula Skills Center - designed to teach vocational training to young adults.
A component of the state community college system, it is the primary source of post-secondary education on the Olympic Peninsula. Olympic Peninsula residents also take advantage of a wide variety of other educational opportunities, both in degree programs and customized educational training programs.
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