Cyber Security ePortfolio
This site is a showcase of cyber security coursework developed for the University of San Diego Master of Science in Cyber Security Operations and Leadership
Frequently used cyber security references
Introduction to Cyber Security and Fundamentals Course
Cyber Security Risk Management and the NIST-driven Risk Management Framework (RMF)
Engineering, economic and management processes and practices to develop organizational technical leadership capability in cyber security.
Network security and visualization methodologies along with tools for securing networks against common penetration strategies and vulnerabilities
Cyber Forensics, Investigations, Tools, and Responsibilities
An overview of encryption and cryptographic methods
Secure systems architecture and model for layering
Development of organizational security policies based on business objectives, laws and regulations, and risks to the organization.
Software design, implementation, and test principles for cyber security
Introduction to cyber threat intelligence and fundamentals of open source intelligence gathering with emphasis on anticipating threats
Cyber security is about risk management.
- Gregory Touhill from Cyber Security for Executives