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Guarding the Grid: Cybersecurity for Low Voltage and Electronic Security Systems

The Understanding Low Voltage and Electronic Security Systems course covers various aspects of modern security technologies and their vulnerabilities. It begins with an introduction to low voltage and electronic security systems, including types like access control, intrusion detection, video surveillance, and fire alarm systems. The course then delves into the vulnerabilities of these systems, such as weak passwords and unpatched software, and how these can be exploited by attackers to gain unauthorized access or disrupt operations. Participants learn about best practices for mitigating these vulnerabilities, including strong passwords, multi-factor authentication, and regular security assessments. 

The course emphasizes the importance of these systems in a range of applications, from commercial buildings to residential homes, highlighting their benefits in deterrence, detection, investigation, and protection. Finally, it stresses the need for organizations to continuously assess and update their security measures to protect against evolving threats.

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Product Description / Course Objectives

Learning Objectives:

At the conclusion of this course, the learner will:

  • Comprehend the Fundamentals of Low Voltage and Electronic Security Systems
  • Identify and Understand System Vulnerabilities
  • Implement Effective Security Measures
  • Recognize the Applications and Importance of Security Systems
  • Stay Informed on Evolving Security Threats and Solutions


States: KY, LA, MS, MT, TX