Coleman University offers a certificate program for cybersecurity professionals wanting to brush up on their skills in one or more of our three tracks: Ethical Hacking and Penetration Testing, Digital and Network Forensics, and Management of Information Security. Courses begin on Monday, October 17, 2016 at Coleman University. Students who successfully complete each track will receive a certificate of completion. All courses are taught in the evening on the Coleman campus.
The 40-week Ethical Hacking and Penetration Testing track provides an in-depth knowledge of network and operating system security, followed by familiarization with the tools and techniques used by both ethical hackers and penetration testers towards network defense and security assessment. Courses in this include Intermediate Network Security Operating System Hardening, Advanced Network Security / Ethical Hacking, and Advanced Network Security / Penetration Testing.
In the 20-week Digital and Network Forensics track, students learn about the techniques used in data recovery for civil and corporate proceedings, along with those used in the corporate environment for investigations following network intrusions and breaches. The two courses in this track are Intermediate Network Security, and Computer and Network Forensics.
The 20-week Management of Information Security track provides the core knowledge necessary to manage an organization’s information security program, including an understanding of risk management and corporate information security governance. The two courses in this track are Management of Information Security, and Governance, Risk, and Compliance Management.
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