This 12-credit certificate program consists of four required courses.
Course List - Graduate Certificate in Cyber Threat Analytics and Prevention
Required Courses (6 credits)
Web Security and Privacy
A web-centric look at the latest techniques and practices in computer security as they apply to the internet.
Network Management and Security
Essential skills and knowledge for effectively utilizing networks and Internet technologies to facilitate, manage and secure data communications and applications.
Elective Courses (6 credits)
This course provides a foundation in the principles, concepts, techniques, and tools for visualizing large data sets.
Network and Predictive Analytics for Socio-Technical Systems
This course will employ several methods and measures from the area of social network analysis to study the interrelatedness of cyber-social and cyber-technical aspects of an organization or the society as a whole to detect and capture the dynamic patterns of group membership and structure. This type of analysis can be useful in uncovering potential threats and attacks and predicting criminal behavior and evolution of criminal networks.
Computer and Cyber Forensics
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.
This course provides theoretical and applied foundations of fundamentals of network security, data sources, data collection techniques and tools, cybersecurity analytics infrastructure, machine learning and data mining, network forensics, anomaly and malware detection, security data visualization, and security dashboard design and implementation.