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Graduate & Professional Studies

  • Business School

Cybersecurity for the Global Environment

Designed by private-industry experts and military veterans to educate business professionals and municipal leaders on the threats faced by networked, data-driven infrastructure like yours. This unique certificate helps non-technical leaders and managers ask the right questions to provide maximum protection against malware, ransomware, phishing, DoS attacks, and corporate espionage. 

  • $750
    Per Credit
  • 9
    Credits
  • 4
    Months
  • Business School
The high costs of cyber-attacks such as ‘ransomware’ are crippling. As a municipal or business leader you have an inherent responsibility to understand cyber threats and regulations, enough so that you can guide & resource your IT & cyber teams. They have your organization’s security on their shoulders but need your leadership.
— Thomas Stewart

The Perfect Certificate For...

  • Government Leaders

    Some of today's biggest digital threats are aimed directly at America's infrastructure. You've heard the anecdotes, but have you analyzed the case studies?

  • Business Managers

    To understand the risks, you have to understand the threat landscape. Is your Insurance, Accounting, or Human Resources team set up to anticipate your vulnerabilities and help manage a crisis?

  • Healthcare Professionals

    Hospitals in 194 countries suffered cyberattack last year. Now, more than ever, it's vital for health & wellness leaders to understand the threat of ransomware. 

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