Cyber threats continue to increase, as do the opportunities for information security and assurance experts. Several trends are driving this fact. More businesses are storing their data offsite in the cloud and more employees have remote access to systems and data. This provides some uncertainty, as does the use of non-sanctioned devices on company networks. Cybercrime is also a reality for large corporations, e-commerce companies, defense firms, and, of course, the federal government.
Information security and assurance is an ever-changing quest that challenges professionals at each turn. Staying ahead of the threat requires up-to-the-moment knowledge, like the curriculum available here at Norwich University. We are one of the first information assurance schools to be designated as a Center of Academic Excellence by the National Security Agency and Department of Homeland Security. You can find exceptional opportunities to help sharpen your skills and gain greater proficiency with us.
Norwich University’s Master of Science in Information Security & Assurance Program
Read the full article on cybersecurity here: http://infoassurance.norwich.edu/.
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