Wyoming Computer Information Security Schools

What do Wyoming Information Security Professionals Do?

Professionals protect companies and clients in all types of transactions. Every day more business is being done on-line and everyone wants it to be safe and convenient. With potential lawsuits at home and in some of its neighboring states, Wyoming is tightening up on information protection. Education and training will yield attractive incentives at any business. Graduates with a degree in information security in Wyoming may consider careers in:

  • Financial or Medical Network Management
  • Client Support Specialist
  • Data Loss Retrieval
  • Instructor/Educator

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Current Employment Opportunities and Salaries in Wyoming

Financial institutions are a smart place to look for long-term positions with the chance to advance. Even entry level positions offer health care and other benefits Ė some will include travel or telecommuting. Those trained to protect and analyze information will easily find exciting employment opportunities. Current Full Time Positions being offered include:

  • Senior Network Operations Engineer
  • Client Services Coordinator
  • Clinical Information Technology Specialist
  • Data Base Administrator

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

Position   Annually
Project Coordinator Security   $57,000
Junior Program Analyst   $65,000
Contract Investigator   $65,000
Assistant IS Director   $65,000

Whatís Interesting in Wyoming?

Most noteworthy may be that this is the first state in the United States to allow women the right to vote. Companies include Taco Johnís, High Plains Uranium, Big Horn Radio Network, Challenger Airlines, and First Interstate BancSystem.

News for Wyoming Information Security

In Wyoming Google looked at a lawsuit filed by a Wyoming bank. Late 2009 an employee sent an e-mail to the wrong address that contained loan statements and confidential information. The e-mail had a file attachment that contained names, addresses, and tax id numbers for over 1250 bank clients. Google would not provide information without a subpoena. The bank attempted to seal the complaint from its clients until more information was gathered. Finally, the request was denied in a US District Court.

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

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