Vermont Computer Information Security Schools

What do Vermont Information Security Professionals Do?

Protection and awareness is the key for any successful business. People who have the right education could be responsible for investigating fraud, recovering lost data, analyzing new programs and overall risk assessment of networks. Employment may be behind the scenes at a data storage warehouse or support center. Others may find they are hired to travel to a company with multiple locations. Graduates with a degree in information security in Vermont may consider careers in:

  • Education Administration
  • Instruction or Technical Writing
  • Federal and State Regulatory Practice
  • Internet Transaction Security

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Current Employment Opportunities and Salaries in Vermont

There are already laws and regulations in place that have created a need for information assurance management. As more business is conducted over the Internet laws will become stricter and experts predict the demand for security professionals will only increase. Full-time positions that are available immediately include:

  • Solutions Manager (Burlington)
  • Software Support Specialist (Winooski)
  • Clinical Content Editor (Burlington)
  • Test Technician (Vergennes) • Director – Compensation and Benefits (Waterbury)
  • Information Security Manager

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A list of average Vermont Information Security salaries is available below:

Position   Annually
Web Developer   $77,000
System Administrator   $65,000
IS Administrator   $52,000
Project Manager   $68,000

What’s Interesting in Vermont?

The National Snowboarding Championship was first held in Vermont – Suicide Six (1982). The only state capital in the United States that does not serve McDonald’s is Montpelier. The largest employers in the state include Interconnect Telecommunication, Sugarbush Resort, Stowe Mountain Resort, Fletcher Allen Health Care, Rutland Regional Medical Center and the Air National Guard.

News for Vermont Information Security

Not only is this state committed to security, it is creative as well. 2009 Cyber Awareness for Vermont celebrated with security staff teaching computer safety at a local school. Students had a poster contest and the winners got to celebrate by attending a signing with the Governor. Cyber Security places high on the list of importance in Vermont.

Schools offering online and campus-based education programs in Vermont:

We're sorry, we couldn't find any campuses in , offering your program of interest. Below are some online schools that might interest you:

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Grand Canyon University
Online Programs:   B.S. in Information Technology with an Emphasis in Cybersecurity , B.S. in Information Technology

ECPI University
Online Programs:   Cyber and Network Security - Bachelor's , Network Security - Associate's

Regent University
Online Programs:   Bachelor of Science in Information Systems Technology - Information Security , Bachelor of Science in Cybersecurity , Bachelor of Arts in Leadership Studies - Information Technology

Colorado Technical University Online
Online Programs:   Bachelor of Science in Information Technology - Security , Master of Science in Management - Information Systems Security , Master of Science in Computer Science – Computer Systems Security , more...

American Intercontinental University Online
Online Programs:   Master's (MIT) - Information Assurance and Security , Bachelor's (BIT) - Digital Investigation , Bachelor's (BIT) - Information Assurance and Security , more...

Purdue University Global
Online Programs:   BS in Cybersecurity , MS in Cybersecurity Management , MS in Information Technology , more...

Northcentral University
Online Programs:   Master of Science in Cybersecurity , Master of Science in Information Technology

Liberty University
Online Programs:   MS in Cyber Security

University of North Dakota
Online Programs:   Master of Science in Cyber Security