Enforce a geospatial cybersecurity plan
Evaluate and secure data vulnerabilities in a geospatial cybersecurity program.
Do you want to be a guard in the 21st century's cyber warfare? The ability to secure information is a critical and dynamic challenge requiring investment. Threats to information security are increasingly sophisticated and 'kinda secure' is no longer an option. Effective information security at the enterprise level requires participation, planning, and practice. Fortunately, the information security community has developed a variety of resources, methods, and best practices to help modern enterprises address the challenge. Enterprise Geospatial data also has the added complexity of protecting the identity and location of people and resources. In this course, students will learn how to employ security measures with sustained monitoring.
- Defining a security plan
- Compare logical versus physical security
- Critique weaknesses in a platform
- 2-factor authentication
- Public and private permissions
- Masking locations
24 hours of online instructional time. All software included in our development sandbox.
- Option 1: Knowledge builder self paced video COMING SOON
- Option 2: Professional builder video and instructor led interactions. Eligible to earn Enterprise GIS Certificate
Clarence Jackson has over 20 years of experience in military installation management for both Navy and Coast Guard. He has contributed to data building and security to support the GeoReadiness program. And he has traveled around the country to deliver seminars on cyber security.
Frequently Asked Questions
- Professional network access
- Development sandbox
- GeoExpert webinars
Plus these exclusive features:
- Enterprise Certificate Course
- Live instructor interaction
- Multimedia portfolio creation
- One-on-one coaching
- Invite to LinkedIn group
- Connections to our partners
- Match with a recruiter
Plus CEU credits
- 2.4 continuing-ed units