Cyber-Security Certificate

Cyber-Security

COMPLETE YOUR CERTIFICATE IN ONE YEAR!
COURSES ARE IN AN ONLINE 8 WEEK FORMAT.

The Culver-Stockton College Cyber-Security Certificate (C-SC)2 is designed to prepare managers or business owners for managerial issues and concerns related to cyber-security. The main focus of these courses is strategic in nature so that management has the confidence to understand, hire and oversee technical personnel to achieve organizational objectives and ensure compliance. Learn from Dr. Joseph Liesen, an expert in cyber-security. Dr. Liesen is on the SANS Advisory Board and has over 30 years experience in IT.

COURSE DESCRIPTIONS:

Introduction to Cyber-Security
A study of the essential terminology and concepts necessary to gain an understanding of the cyber-security environment in which a modern business operates. Topics studied will include threats, vulnerabilities, risk, incident response, computer hardware/software security, continuity planning, compliance and disaster recovery.

Securing the Organization
A study of the critical security controls developed by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and The Center for Internet Security to enhance organizational security as recommended by government and industry standards and experts.

Intrusion Detection/ Ethical Hacking
A study of both defensive and offensive cyber techniques to provide an understanding of how hackers compromise a system. Ethical hacking techniques will be utilized along with attack concepts to better understand the importance and priorities of cyber-defense.

Cyber-Security Awareness
This course will examine critical concepts, strategies and remedies related to organizational cyber-security that focuses on the weakest link in any cyber-security strategy: the human.

Digital Forensics
A study of techniques and concepts related to determination if a cyber-security breach/crime incident has occurred and how to react if it has occurred. This course will provide tools and methods to understand how to reconstruct what may have happened in an incident and how to organize the findings for an investigation and litigation.

FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT:
Sierra Otte
Admission Counselor for Online & Graduate Programs
800-537-1883
sotte@culver.edu