Cybersecurity Administrators typically work as part of a team to cover all the digital security needs of an organization. The role varies with the size and nature of the organization, but in general, Security Administrators ensure the safety of the organization’s data. They are tasked with managing the safety of the business’ systems, networks, applications, devices, hardware, and software.
Cybersecurity Administrators use a variety of tools within their role, depending on their industry and the nature of their organization. Most Security Administrators use router and firewall configuration tools, as well as operating systems such as Windows and Linux. They also often use protocols including TCP, UDP, SSL, and DNS, and intrusion detection tools.
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