• Online, Self-Paced
Course Description

Explore fundaments of cybersecurity and engineering in this 10-video course, which examines the fundamental concepts of the CIA (confidentiality, integrity, and availability) triangle, and views security operations, security planning, engineering, application security through these three concepts. First, learners will examine the more advanced version: the McCumber Cube. You will learn to integrate systems engineering into cybersecurity, and explore requirements engineering, and how to gather requirements. Next, learn how to analyze them, to apply security requirements engineering techniques, and to finalize project requirements. You will be introduced to SecML (Security Modeling Language) which takes SysML (System Modeling Language) used by systems engineers, and to modify portions of it to be specific to cybersecurity. You will examine how SecML can be used to create both offensive and defensive security mitigation controls. This course examines security metrics, and how to apply engineering failure analysis methods to cybersecurity. Finally, you will observe how to incorporate security requirements engineering into cybersecurity, and the relevance of regulatory requirements.

Learning Objectives

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