This course takes a look at the future of cybersecurity with respect to what is being done to lessen the potential for catastrophic destruction resulting from cyber attack on critical infrastructure. In this respect, we take a short survey of potential technological solutions and response options. We conclude this module by taking a look at unique aspects of the cyber profession and personal considerations for those who want to make cybersecurity a career.
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HOMELAND SECURITY AND CYBERSECURITY FUTURE からの人気レビュー
This is an excellent introductory course which is comprehensive.
This was absolutely challenging, but worthwhile to learn.
Very good course. It gave me a broad view about homeland security and its relations to cyber security. Thanks.
The course is well structured. I recommend reading The President is Missing, by Bill Clinton. Is the course in a thriller novel.
Homeland Security and Cybersecurity専門講座について
Homeland security is about safeguarding the United States from domestic catastrophic destruction. Cybersecurity has emerged as a priority homeland security concern because a coordinated cyber attack against critical infrastructure could result in the worst catastrophe in the nation’s history. This specialization examines the cybersecurity problem, and takes a close look at what is being done to safeguard the United States from domestic catastrophic destruction by cyber attack. At the conclusion of this course, we hope learners grasp the central message that cybersecurity is essential to critical infrastructure protection, which is essential to homeland security, which is about safeguarding the United States from domestic catastrophic destruction.
What happened to Lessons 35 & 36?