With cybercrime on the rise, there is a growing need for trained professionals with cybersecurity expertise. Keiser University’s Bachelor of Science degree in Cybersecurity prepares students to become cybersecurity practitioners, attain professional certifications and help global private/public organizations manage cybersecurity risk.
The Information Assurance (IA) Concentration enables students to help protect organizations using proactive governance, risk and compliance frameworks and cyber risk management practices. Organizational controls used to ensure data/information availability, integrity, authentication, confidentiality, and non-repudiation are examined.
The Digital Defense (DD) Concentration enables students to help protect organizations using proactive technical testing and evaluation software, investigative processes, and cyber risk management practices. Organizational cyber defense and countermeasure capabilities and controls used to detect, respond, and effectively recover from cyber risks are examined.
This program will provide students with the knowledge, business empathy, critical thinking, problem analysis/solution generation, and documentation abilities needed in cybersecurity. Students will be informed about essential assurance, governance, and regulatory/contractual compliance practices pertaining to cyber risk management.
The BS in Cybersecurity program will enhance students’ ability to identify, protect, detect, respond to, and recover from cybersecurity risks and equip them with the skills needed to obtain input from local business organizations and global practitioners to guide and inform cybersecurity activities.
Contact Keiser University today to learn more about our Cybersecurity program.
Cybersecurity practitioners fill varied and challenging roles in protecting people, organizations, countries, and cyberspace from risks and threats.
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