Cybersecurity Programs

 

CYBERSECURITY PROGRAMS

 

 

The New Westminster School of Cybersecurity is an innovative institution that provides executive education programs utilizing world-class curriculum and learning platforms that allow executives, busy professionals and qualified postgraduate students to learn and upgrade their acumen in cybersecurity and intelligence management. Executive students will encounter both rigorous cutting-edge curricula and professors and distinguished speakers well experienced in their respective profession.

 

There are Governors and Fellows of New Westminster College that are subject matter experts in cybersecurity and intelligence that are currently serving and previously served in professional careers that are responsible for leading and managing the cybersecurity and intelligence apparatus for their respective government, agency or corporation. These internal and external subject matter experts participate as distinguished speakers and faculty for the intensive executive seminars and academic programs offered by the New Westminster School of Cybersecurity.

 

The distinctive world-class curricula of our intensive executive education seminars and programs provide unique opportunities for government and corporate leaders, and executives from all professional disciplines to advance their technical knowledge and upgrade their cybersecurity and intelligence management skills and currency in the global marketplace.

 

Three postgraduate executive-level education programs are offered in an executive seminar format through the New Westminster School of Cybersecurity, including the Executive Cyber Intelligence Program, the Senior Cyberspace Security Program, and the Advanced Cybersecurity Program.

 

 

The Executive Cyber Intelligence Program is an advanced postgraduate course of study designed for senior-level professional leaders. It provides a rich in-depth understanding of the complex and growing arena of the cyber environment to mid-to-senior level executives. This course of study will prepare each individual with the requisite skills to fully understand the technical aspects and effectively function in managing a cybersecurity program that maximizes the safety of its hardware and software from unwanted intrusions and attacks.

 

One unique feature of the Executive Cyber Intelligence Program is the opportunity for the executive students to have direct interface with security companies, data management firms, and experts in the field of cyber security that are currently involved in working critical cyber issues and having access to their tactics, techniques and procedures. In a world where most everything is dependent in some fashion on cyber and information technologies, being behind means never catching up. This program is designed for the individual to get ahead and stay ahead.

 

This rigorous postgraduate course of instruction cannot and does not pretend to present a single panacea. It does, however, bring together a confluence of technical, economic, legal, ethical, political, diplomatic and strategic leadership solutions that can complement each other to help achieve cybersecurity.

 

The Executive Cyber Intelligence Program consists of eight executive courses and 27 sequential learning modules presented in an intensive executive seminar format.

 

 

CYBERSECURITY COURSES AND LEARNING MODULES

 

COURSE NUMBER 1 (ECS-501): Cybersecurity – Retrospective Evaluation

 

  • Executive Module A: Spectrum of Cybersecurity: Cyber Mischief to Cyber Warfare
  • Executive Module B: Focused Arrows: Stuxnet and Flame, What’s Next in the Quiver
  • Executive Module C: China and the World: Taming the Lawless Environment

 

COURSE NUMBER 2 (ECS-516): Introduction to Programming Structures

 

  • Executive Module A: Programming Fundamentals: Indefinite Vulnerabilities
  • Executive Module B: Machine Language is not English
  • Executive Module C: Cryptography

 

COURSE NUMBER 3 (ECS-520): Internet Architecture

 

  • Executive Module A: Why it Works So Well: The Good, Bad and Ugly
  • Executive Module B: Understanding the Internet: Providers and Long Haul Data Trunks
  • Executive Module C: The Role of Government: Public or Private

 

COURSE NUMBER 4 (ECS-529): Advanced Information Technologies

 

  • Executive Module A: Cloud Computing: Everything Available Everywhere
  • Executive Module B: Wireless: Endless Growth, Endless Vulnerabilities
  • Executive Module C: Symantec and McAfee Big Security: Not Good Enough
  • Executive Module D: Moore’s Law: Where will it end?
  • Executive Module E: Understanding IT Innovation and Future Strategies

 

COURSE NUMBER 5 (ECS-533): Advanced Analytic Strategies

 

  • Executive Module A: Critical Thinking
  • Executive Module B: Information Fusion Strategies
  • Executive Module C: Drowning in Data: Knowledge Creation – Where is the Knowledge?
  • Executive Module D: Capstone Definition

 

COURSE NUMBER 6 (ECS-548): Intelligence Processes

 

  • Executive Module A: Rapid Information Visualization and Association
  • Executive Module B: Intelligence Analytics
  • Executive Module C: Open Source Intelligence (OSINT)

 

COURSE NUMBER 7 (ECS-579): Executive Security Leadership

 

  • Executive Module A: Building a Security Philosophy: Day One
  • Executive Module B: The Economics of Leadership in Cyber Security
  • Executive Module C: Privacy, Intellectual Property, Proprietary Data and International Law
  • Executive Module D: Leadership Ethics for the Cybersecurity Environment

 

COURSE NUMBER 8 (ECS-588): Capstone Cybersecurity Solution Analyses

 

  • Executive Module A: Security at the Speed of Light
  • Executive Module B: Culmination: Real World Security Analysis Problem

 

 

The Senior Cyberspace Security Program is an advanced postgraduate course of study designed for mid-level executives and professional leaders. The innovative and interactive program with its distinctive world-class curricula provides a very unique opportunity for senior-level executives from all professional disciplines to advance their technical knowledge and upgrade their cybersecurity collection and management acumen and currency in the global marketplace.

 

It provides a rich in-depth understanding of the complex and growing arena of the cyber environment to mid-to-senior level executives. This course of study will expose each individual to the requisite skills to fully understand the technical aspects in managing a cybersecurity program that maximizes the safety of its hardware and software from unwanted intrusions and attacks.

 

One unique feature of the Senior Cyberspace Security Program is the opportunity for the executive students to have direct interface with security companies, data management firms, and experts in the field of cyber security that are currently involved in working critical cyber issues and having access to their tactics, techniques and procedures.

 

The coursework delivered in the Senior Cyberspace Security Program will challenge and reward seasoned professional leaders with a distinguished record of ethical leadership. The Senior Cyberspace Security Program consists of five executive courses and 18 sequential learning modules presented in an intensive executive seminar format.

 

CYBERSECURITY COURSES AND LEARNING MODULES

 

COURSE NUMBER 1 (ECS-501): Cybersecurity – Retrospective Evaluation

 

  • Executive Module A: Spectrum of Cybersecurity: Cyber Mischief to Cyber Warfare
  • Executive Module B: Focused Arrows: Stuxnet and Flame, What’s Next in the Quiver
  • Executive Module C: China and the World: Taming the Lawless Environment

 

COURSE NUMBER 2 (ECS-516): Introduction to Programming Structures

 

  • Executive Module A: Programming Fundamentals: Indefinite Vulnerabilities
  • Executive Module B: Machine Language is not English
  • Executive Module C: Cryptography

 

COURSE NUMBER 3 (ECS-520): Internet Architecture

 

  • Executive Module A: Why it Works So Well: The Good, Bad and Ugly
  • Executive Module B: Understanding the Internet: Providers and Long Haul Data Trunks
  • Executive Module C: The Role of Government: Public or Private

 

COURSE NUMBER 4 (ECS-529): Advanced Information Technologies

 

  • Executive Module A: Cloud Computing: Everything Available Everywhere
  • Executive Module B: Wireless: Endless Growth, Endless Vulnerabilities
  • Executive Module C: Symantec and McAfee Big Security: Not Good Enough
  • Executive Module D: Moore’s Law: Where will it end?
  • Executive Module E: Understanding IT Innovation and Future Strategies

 

COURSE NUMBER 5 (ECS-533): Advanced Analytic Strategies

 

  • Executive Module A: Critical Thinking
  • Executive Module B: Information Fusion Strategies
  • Executive Module C: Drowning in Data: Knowledge Creation – Where is the Knowledge?
  • Executive Module D: Capstone Definition

 

 

The Advanced Cybersecurity Program is an advanced course of study designed for executives early into their professional cybersecurity and intelligence career.

 

The innovative and interactive program with its distinctive world-class curricula provides a very unique opportunity for executives from all professional disciplines to advance their technical knowledge and upgrade their intelligence collection and interpretation skills and data management acumen and currency in the global marketplace.

 

One unique feature of the Advanced Cybersecurity Program is the opportunity for the executive students to have direct interface with security companies, data management firms, and experts in the field of cybersecurity that are currently involved in working critical cyber issues and having access to their tactics, techniques and procedures.

 

The coursework delivered in the Advanced Cybersecurity Program will challenge and reward seasoned professional leaders with a distinguished record of ethical leadership. The Advanced Cybersecurity Program consists of three executive courses and nine sequential learning modules presented in an intensive executive seminar format.

 

 

CYBERSECURITY COURSES AND LEARNING MODULES

 

COURSE NUMBER 1 (ECS-501): Cybersecurity – Retrospective Evaluation

 

  • Executive Module A: Spectrum of Cybersecurity: Cyber Mischief to Cyber Warfare
  • Executive Module B: Focused Arrows: Stuxnet and Flame, What’s Next in the Quiver
  • Executive Module C: China and the World: Taming the Lawless Environment

 

COURSE NUMBER 2 (ECS-516): Introduction to Programming Structures

 

  • Executive Module A: Programming Fundamentals: Indefinite Vulnerabilities
  • Executive Module B: Machine Language is not English
  • Executive Module C: Cryptography

 

COURSE NUMBER 3 (ECS-520): Internet Architecture

 

  • Executive Module A: Why it Works So Well: The Good, Bad and Ugly
  • Executive Module B: Understanding the Internet: Providers and Long Haul Data Trunks
  • Executive Module C: The Role of Government: Public or Private

 

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