This Certificate program is comprised of three classes: Privacy and the GDPR, Cyber Conflict, and Incident Response.
It is designed for the individual seeking more topic-specific training with respect to cybersecurity and privacy. All three of the Certificate’s classes will involve both in-person and eLearning segments, and the Certificate will be awarded following the successful completion of all relevant academic requirements (including the submission of a final paper for each class).
The main objective is to educate and train lawyers and business professionals seeking greater expertise on cybersecurity and privacy concepts, such as privacy compliance, the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), cyber warfare and conflict, and breach response and preparedness.
The in-person portion of the classes will take place in Madrid from January 15-19, 2018, and the subsequent eLearning portions will be divided into two parts: Part I will take place from February 5 to March 9, 2018, with final papers due on March 25, 2018, while Part II will take place from April 9 to May 11, 2018, with the final paper due on May 20, 2018.
The eLearning portions are broken up into these two parts to make this Certificate more compatible with the scheduling demands of full-time working professionals.
Why should you choose this Certificate in Cyber Threats and Vulnerabilities?
- This certificate program is geared towards lawyers and business professionals interested in broader cybersecurity knowledge.
- You do not need to have any prior background or knowledge of cybersecurity or information security to participate.