Enterprise Cyber Security – Architectural Thinking for Security

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This badge earner has demonstrated skills by applying a method supporting architectural thinking for security - enabling successful design of an integrated security immune system. The method includes a set of concepts, techniques & artifacts to enable a repeatable & consistent approach to developing security architectures in the enterprise. With application of the skills in teams, through a realistic use case, a security solution is developed focusing on security risk, threats & countermeasures.

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Enterprise Cyber Security – Architectural Thinking for Security

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Member

Must be an IBM employee enrolled in Architectural Thinking for Security, an MSc student enrolled in the Enterprise Cyber Security module at WMG, University of Warwick or an MSc student enrolled on the Architectural Thinking for Security module at the University of Surrey.

Course

IBM employees:  complete the Architectural Thinking for Security instructor-led course (click here for scheduled classes).

Course

MSc students at WMG, University of Warwick:  complete the Enterprise Cyber Security module on the MSc Cyber Security Engineering or as an elective module on MSc Cyber Security and Management.

Course

MSc students at University of Surrey:  complete the Architectural Thinking for Security module as an elective module on MSc Information Security 

Other

MSc students at University of Surrey:  see here for MSc Information Security

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All Students: Attendance on the class and completion of project artifacts presented at the end of the course and validated by the instructor.

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