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Enterprise Security in Practice

Enterprise Security in Practice - ITS 632

The goal of the course is to introduce students to the current theories, practices, tools and techniques in data mining. Because many topics and concepts in data mining are learned most efficiently through hands-on work with data sets, we will spend time with software analyzing and mining data. The goal is to gain a better understanding of how data mining is applied and what is involved in data mining projects.

Students who complete this certification can expect to learn how to: 

  • Demonstrate skills and understanding in the approaches to elevate an organization’s overall security posture, by adopting practices, methods and tools that increase enterprise cyber resilience.

About IBM Skills Academy: 
University of the Cumberlands has partnered with IBM Global University, giving students added opportunities to hone their technological talents, learn about tech advancements through high-quality curricula, and perform research to sharpen their skills. Through their coursework, students earn IBM Digital Badges in workforce-relevant IT areas. The badges automatically generate a digital résumé with verified achievements for students and are embedded with links to real-time dynamic labor market data and actual job postings. Thanks to their professors’ expertise and the skills and knowledge they glean from IBM resources, Cumberlands students can build their IT résumé step by step, earning valuable workforce achievements along the way.