Graduate Certificate: Cybersecurity, Policy, and Law
To be a leader in cybersecurity requires more than just technical knowledge—it also requires a deeper understanding of the cyber challenges surrounding law, policy, regulations, ethics, and how they intersect.
Cybersecurity is a multidisciplinary domain, so your cybersecurity education should be too. Our Graduate Certificate in Cybersecurity, Policy, and Law spans three nationally recognized schools at the University of Pittsburgh—the School of Computing and Information, Graduate School of Public and International Affairs, and School of Law—giving you Pitt’s expertise in all three domains to empower you to make informed cybersecurity decisions.
Develop comprehensive cybersecurity policies, strengthen cybersecurity ecosystems to minimize risk, and gain an in-depth understanding of the laws surrounding cybersecurity. Lead your organization with a holistic approach to cybersecurity by earning our Graduate Certificate in Cybersecurity, Policy, and Law.
What can you do with our Graduate Certificate in Cybersecurity, Policy, and Law?
By building a multidisciplinary skillset in tech, policy, and law, you’ll be able to compete for many of the management positions that oversee cybersecurity functions. As a cybersecurity manager, you can ensure your organization’s compliance with ethical and governmental standards, direct cybersecurity operations to prevent and mitigate attacks, and implement vulnerability assessment tools to assess overall risk.
Be ready to lead in cybersecurity with our Graduate Certificate in Cybersecurity, Policy, and Law.
For the course list for the Graduate Certificate in Cybersecurity, Policy, and Law, visit this page.
Graduate Certificate: Information and Network Security
Expand your skills and qualifications with our 15-credit Graduate Certificate in Information and Network Security, designed for professionals with a Bachelor or Master of Science in Information Science or a related field. With world-renowned research and teaching faculty, you’ll gain the necessary skills to become an information security professional.
For more information on the Graduate Certificate in Information and Network Security, click here.
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