Undergraduate Certificate in Cyber Attacks and Cyber Threats Analysis
The undergraduate certificate in cyber attacks and cyber threats analysis is intended for students with associate’s or non-technical bachelor’s degrees who wish to learn about highly specialized review and evaluation of incoming cyber security attacks and breaches. Upon the completion of this program, students are able to investigate cyber security incidents, and identify and correct computer network vulnerabilities through penetration testing and hacking techniques.
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The following requirements must be fulfilled: 18 credits in required courses.
|PSCS 4201||Threat and Exploitation Analysis|
|PSCS 4202||Cyber Attack Tools and Techniques|
|PSCS 4203||Analysis of the Intelligence Cycle|
|PSCS 4204||Computer Network Attack and Exploitation|
|PSCS 4205||Practicum: Cyber Attack Techniques|