Cybersecurity operations impact an increasing number of critical business processes and, as a result of the pandemic, organizations are relying heavily upon a remote workforce in substantially larger numbers.
That's why this unique 2-day course is designed to make cybersecurity available to average users while informing executives and managers of their potential roles and responsibilities. It takes complex cybersecurity principles and makes them easily understandable for all levels to ensure your organization is safeguarded. The Cybersecurity for Professionals in National Security and Corporate Intelligence course, offered by the School of Diplomacy and International Relations, provides participants an opportunity to learn and understand various facets of Cybersecurity such as history and trends, introduction to malware, threat landscape, insider threats, attack vectors and how to avoid associated pitfalls by applying necessary security principles.
At the end of course, participants will have a greater understanding of cybersecurity's role in the corporate environment, increased individual awareness of privacy and security, and actionable measures they can take back to their workplace to implement.
Understanding the privacy and security implications of a mature cybersecurity program is essential in today's executive world. Organizations and individuals must learn and practice safe cybersecurity and effective cyber hygiene. The Cybersecurity for Professionals in National Security and Corporate Intelligence Course provides a common computer and network security baseline for all users.
Who should take this program?
This program is designed for any professional in the workforce whose goal is to protect and secure its organizational data from cyber threats. It's a great introduction into the field of Cybersecurity for careers in national security and corporate intelligence to learn more about cyber risks and security practices and apply them within their industry. Many leadership positions require a solid understanding of cybersecurity to lead businesses in a secure way, safeguard the privacy of individuals, address regulatory requirements and protect against malicious activity.