Could your organization have fought off the most destructive cyber attacks? Now you can test your knowledge by reading “Could You Have Defended Against the Worst Computer Viruses of All Time?” in the latest Executive Education Online catalog, available for download at www.universityalliance.com/uacatalog.
President Obama recently emphasized the economic and national security challenges presented by cyber threats. He noted, “America’s economic prosperity in the 21st century will depend on cybersecurity.” To help professionals capitalize on this growing field, the latest Executive Education Online catalog features three cybersecurity programs from top-ranked Florida Tech University Online. The catalog is published by University Alliance (UA), which powers the online learning programs of some of the nation’s leading universities.
It has been reported that 56% of cybercrime in the U.S. in 2011 consisted of computer viruses and malware. As a result of these cyber threats, the Bureau of Labor Statistics projects that employment of information security analysts, web developers and computer network architects is projected to grow 22% from 2010 to 2020, which is faster than the average for all occupations. The following programs, including two cybersecurity master’s degrees online, will give professionals the skills and credentials to advance in this rapidly expanding career field.
Cybersecurity Online Certificate and Degree Programs
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“We’re proud to support professionals in developing skills and earning credentials to enable them to fight the threat of cybercrime,” says Adrian Marrullier, Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer of University Alliance. “Not only can they work to keep their company and country safe, but also position themselves to capitalize on a rapidly expanding career field.”
Students will receive instruction through state-of-the-art online technology powered by University Alliance. This online classroom features streaming video lectures with convenient 24/7 access, as well as a variety of interactive tools that connect instructors and students, including two-way voiceover IP, instant messaging and shared virtual whiteboards.