With the rampant malware apps posing as real apps and malicious links that don’t even work, Colegio San Agustin-Bacolod continues to strengthen its Information Technology program to educate its students on identifying cybersecurity threats and attacks.
Headed by Engr. Allan Patrick Benjamin Paculan, the IT Program of CSA-B is already a PAASCU Level 2 accredited. The program covers different fields of practices such as Cybersecurity, Programming, System Analysis and Design, and Database Management.
The IT program of CSA-B is also conducting Cybersecurity webinars as part of their educational awareness campaign to other schools, particularly on how to recognize computer fraud and phishing scams.
Enrollment for the IT program is ongoing. Early bird enrollees will also get a chance to win raffle prizes such as laptops, smartphones, and load cards from CSAB.
To enroll online, students can just visit www.enrollment.csab.edu.ph. (PR)