Yesterday was the final day of the Digital Forensics exam period. We’d like to thank all the people who completed all homework requirements and then sat the test; we look forward to releasing the results in the next week. There are a bunch of great discussions happening in the forums which are worth checking out.
In the meantime, we’re pleased to announce the next short course, Cybersecurity Management. This short course will commence in November and is being run by IT Masters veteran mentor Jeremy Koster. You may remember Jeremy from when he ran the Information Security Incident Handling short course; some IT Masters students may also recall that he regularly teaches our Security Subjects.
Cybersecurity Management is going to be particularly interesting; it doesn’t map to any one of our current subjects and will feature entirely new content that has been designed by Jeremy specifically for this course. As with the Digital Forensics short course, there will be a series of homework tasks to be completed, which will blend technical, security-related skills and management practices.
This short course will start on the 18th of November, and will feature 1.5 hour webinars over four weeks, followed by the exam week.
You can enrol for Cybersecurity Management here.