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Explore Our Graduate Certificate in Advanced Cyber Security From Walden
Prepare your organization to prevent ransomware attacks, remediate critical security risks, and implement mitigating controls for a secure and protected environment with Walden’s Graduate Certificate in Advanced Cyber Security.
From ransomware to phishing attacks, the rise in cybercrimes has increased the demand for qualified IT security professionals across a range of industries.1 This graduate certificate program is designed to equip you with the cutting-edge knowledge you need to develop and lead core information security initiatives and privacy policies and procedures.
Coursework in this online certificate program allows you to:
Explore current and emerging information security threats.
Design tests to probe system penetrability in your technology, networks, and physical environments.
Evaluate application of laws and regulations to IT.
Develop incident response plans, security plans, and security awareness programs.
The Graduate Certificate in Advanced Cyber Security is part of Walden’s information technology program offerings. Walden is designated by the National Security Agency (NSA) and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) as a National Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense Education through the year 2019.
Speak with an enrollment specialist at 855-646-5286 to learn more about how this certificate could transfer into one of our full degree programs.
I hope to set up an IT firm with my Walden education. I would also like to own a school of information technology, where I can train people in the local communities in my country.
My coursework has recently helped me get a new job as chief information officer at a school district in Indiana.
I'm a teacher by profession, and today, teaching is shifting from teacher to student, to student to teacher. My DIT gave me the opportunity to learn a little about so many things, and that is what I need in my profession.
I loved the flexibility of Walden. I was able to work my assignments into my schedule.