An advanced diploma in Cyber Threats and Security is curated to educate learners on how to defend operating systems, networks, and data against cyber threats, along with the techniques to monitor strategies and respond to cyberattacks to ensure the security of an organization.
This curriculum on cyber threats and security is equipped with adequate concepts of ethical hacking, cyber laws and regulations, cryptography, python programming along with extended relevant theories. Ethical Hacking is one of the highest-paid, fastest-growing professions in information technology today. The need for certified ethical hackers is rising across numerous industries, including finance and healthcare.
The mix of practical and theoretical knowledge taught in this course contributes to a learner's market worth. Established businesses and startups are always on the search for cyber security experts who can handle a variety of tasks within the corporation.
Constructs a solid conceptual knowledge of cyber security theories and techniques.
Orients students to the global business world in a realistic manner.
Enables individuals to perform a comprehensive, proactive, and accountable role in the business environment.
Following completion of the course, there are prospects for increased professional progression in a variety of fields.
Access to enhanced classroom teaching – learning experience anywhere, anytime
Industry ready curriculum
Discussion forums and recorded lectures by eminent faculty
Dedicated student support and course coordinators
Students can define their own pace of learning
Choice based credit system
GLA University is currently offering three exceptional UGC recognised online degree programmes: B.Com. (Hons.), BBA and MBA
There is no capitation fee involved. All the payable fees are mentioned in the fee schedule for each course.
Other than tuition fee and registration fee there is no other fee.
As per the University's terms and conditions, the University provides merit-based scholarships. However, the scholarship and other rebates are time-bound, and the intimations will be published online.