The Camden County Board of Commissioners is pleased to announce that two members of the Information Technology (IT) Department, Kayla Oliver and Scott Van Osdol, have earned CompTIA Security+ certifications.
“Cyber security is vitally important to Camden County,” said Deputy County Administrator Seth Collins. “These certifications demonstrate the priority the Board of Commissioners has placed on information technology and cyber security.”
CompTIA Security+ certification establishes the core knowledge required for any cybersecurity role. The exam focuses on best practices for risk management and risk mitigation, including more emphasis on the practical and hands-on ability to both identify and address security threats, attacks, and vulnerabilities.
One objective included in the Camden County 2023-2028-2038 Strategic Plan is increasing physical, cyber, and information security.
Kayla Oliver has worked for Camden County for since January 2021, and currently serves as an AV/IT Helpdesk Technician. Scott Van Osdol has worked for Camden County since January 2022 and currently serves as an AV/IT Helpdesk Technician. In this role they assist county staff with their computer needs.
From Left: Kayla Oliver and Scott Van Osdol