Empowers public, private, and government leaders to understand the umbrella of Cyber Governance & Mitigation Strategies used by local, state, and federal governments, and their organization’s role in compliance. As a non-cyber professional, there is an expectation that these leaders understand enough about these standards to mitigate cyber threat risks to the protected personal information (PPI) of their clients, customers, employees, and within their databases. This course also examines governing agencies, practices, policies, and actions. Enables students to examine and understand their organization’s responsibilities in adhering to cyber protection and application standards across public, private, and government domains.
As a result of this course, the student will:
- Analyze current cybersecurity strategies, policies, and laws
- Compare the roles and functions of cybersecurity governing organizations
- Assess the challenges of collaboration between the public and private sector
- Evaluate mitigation strategies through real-world case studies.