• Online, Instructor-Led
Course Description

Architecting cybersecurity solutions for communications systems involves addressing the unique challenges and vulnerabilities inherent in securing various types of communication networks and services. This includes traditional telephony, mobile communications, satellite communications, and the increasing array of internet-based communication platforms. The curriculum covers a wide range of topics, from securing data in transit to protecting against eavesdropping, ensuring the integrity and availability of communication services, and adhering to global cybersecurity standards and regulations.

Learning Objectives

  • Understand the fundamentals of cybersecurity in the context of communication systems.
  • Identify common vulnerabilities and threats specific to communication networks.
  • Explore encryption techniques and their application in securing communication channels.
  • Design and implement secure communication protocols for data transfer.
  • Examine the role of firewalls and intrusion detection/prevention systems in communication security.
  • Analyze case studies of real-world cybersecurity incidents in communication systems.
  • Develop risk assessment and mitigation strategies for communication networks.
  • Explore emerging technologies and trends in cybersecurity for communication systems.
  • Collaborate on group projects to simulate real-world cybersecurity challenges in communications.
  • Evaluate and implement security best practices for securing wireless communication systems.

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