Penn State's online interdisciplinary Postbaccalaureate Certificate in Information Systems Cybersecurity provides a solid graduate-level education for mid- to high-level information technology professionals in all industry sectors who desire to strengthen their knowledge and skills in information security and information security management. All candidates must complete 15 credits to earn the certificate.
Course List - Postbaccalaureate Certificate in Information Systems Cybersecurity
|Network Management and Security||IST 554||Essential skills and knowledge for effectively utilizing networks and Internet technologies to facilitate, manage and secure data communications and applications.||3 credits|
|Foundations of Information Security and Assurance||IST 815||This course provides theoretical and applied foundations of information security and assurance.||3 credits|
|Network Security||IST 451||Fundamental issues and concepts of network security, network security technologies and protocols, and emerging technologies in network security.||3 credits|
|Computer and Cyber Forensics||IST 454||Fundamental issues and concepts of computer forensics; aspects of computer and cyber crime; methods to uncover, protect, exploit, and document digital evidence; tools, techniques, and procedure to perform computer and cyber crime investigation.||3 credits|
|Information Security Management||IST 456||Contemporary Security Issues; security management processes, architecture and models; risk analysis and management; security planning, analysis and safeguards; security policies development and administration; contingency planning, incidence handling and response; and security standards and certification processes.||3 credits|
|Crisis, Disaster, and Risk Management||IST 564||This course examines the fundamental elements of crisis, disaster, risk and emergency management.||3 credits|
|Web Security and Privacy||IN SC 561||A web-centric look at the latest techniques and practices in computer security as they apply to the Internet.||3 credits|
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