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OverviewIn today’s world, organizations must be prepared to defend against threats in cyberspace. Decision makers must be familiar with the fundamental principles and best practices of cyber security to best protect their enterprises. In this course, experts from academia, the military, and industry share their knowledge to give participants the principles, the state of the practice, and strategies for the future.
Sessions will address information security, ethical and legal practices, and mitigating cyber vulnerabilities. Participants will also learn about the process of incident response and analysis. The content is targeted at ensuring the privacy, reliability, and integrity of information systems.
The majority of the course (about 75%) is geared toward participants at the decision-making level who need a broad overview, rather than those who are already deeply immersed in the technical aspects of cyber security (software development, digital forensics, etc.), although both groups will find the course valuable.
Cyber security is a very large subject. This course is only intended to cover the fundamentals of the current leading and pressing cyber security topics. The result is that we can cover many different approaches. We cover the introduction of a topic and after the fundamentals, you can explore further on your own. The goal is for participants to understand the utility of each topic, not to become specialists in any one subject.
Who Should Attend
75% of the course is geared toward providing a basic framework for professionals making cyber security decisions in industry and government and individuals seeking to immerse themselves in the pressing issues of cyber security, giving them the information they need to make the best decisions for the defense of their organizations. About a quarter of the course covers more technical areas of interest to those with more engineering-focused backgrounds, such as software developers or those working in digital forensics. Although those with a computing background would be better prepared for the more technical topics, an engineering or computing background is not required to benefit from any of the sessions.
MIT is located in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The campus, situated in close proximity to Boston’s Logan International Airport, profits from Boston’s excellent public transportation system and the on-campus Tech Shuttle. The closest subway station is Kendall Square, which acts as a commercial center for MIT and the local community.
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