Manage and Improve Existing Cybersecurity Structures
The Business Cybersecurity Management Certificate, offered by the John Chambers College of Business and Economics, prepares students to manage and improve existing cybersecurity programs with an emphasis on the evaluation of risks and where cybersecurity management meets the law. Cybersecurity threats to businesses are real and these incidents are becoming more severe, costly, and are escalating over time. There is demand for individuals with specific skillsets because cybersecurity has broad-reaching impacts on just about every component of contemporary business.
The Business Cybersecurity Management program is a 12-month, flexible, online hybrid program that requires 12 credit hours.
During the duration of the program, students will be required to attend two 2-day residencies. The first residency will be an orientation and program overview while the second residency students will have an opportunity to present their capstone projects.
Upon completion of this certificate, students will be able to:
- Conduct enterprise-level cybersecurity risk assessments.
- Describe the underlying communication protocols relevant to cybersecurity management.
- Identify cybersecurity management vulnerabilities and suggest strategies to eliminate or mitigate such vulnerabilities.