The NYU Tandon School of Engineering Cyber Security Lecture Series provides an arena for high-level discussion among world-class scholars and practitioners. Now sponsored by AIG—the multinational insurance organization–lectures and panel discussions are designed to raise the visibility of risks and issues, including personal privacy. Internationally renowned experts join together to stimulate collaborative thinking, especially among New York’s regional businesses, government agencies, non-profits, academic institutions, media, and the public. Practical and timely, the series also focuses on possible strategies that address the impact of growing risks.
Featuring experiences and anecdotes from the last four Presidential administrations, Amoroso will illustrate the growing intensity of cyber threat to the applications and systems supporting our national, state, and local elections, including A current view of national critical infrastructure risk Anecdotes about how…Learn More
Growth of the Internet of Things (IoT) and Cloud Computing has magnified the impact of the security challenge by orders of magnitude. Join Wally Rhines, CEO of Mentor Graphics, as he examines the growing threats to silicon security and possible solutions. As electronic…Learn More
Soon many billions of heretofore disconnected devices will be outfitted with Internet access and equipped with software. These appliances will be able to accept control from authorized parties and to emit information that can be used for management and analysis. The introduction of…Learn More
While fears of “Cyber Pearl Harbors” dominate headlines, many of the most costly cyber attacks are better characterized as acts of theft, jeopardizing some of the most valuable assets US companies possess. With intrusions targeting vulnerable intellectual property and the personal information of…Learn More
In his Distinguished Lecture, Richard Danzig proposes strategies for coping with a security paradox presented by cyber systems: As digital systems grant us unprecedented powers, they also make us less secure. While their immense communication capabilities enable wide scale collaboration and networking, they open…Learn More
President Obama’s Cyber Security Executive Order 13636 calls for an intensive effort to adopt a common national Framework aimed at reducing the cyber risk to our country’s critical infrastructure. This event, featuring the White House Director of Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity, Samara Moore, together…Learn More
In NYU Tandon School of Engineering’s third, eagerly anticipated Sloan Cyber Security Lecture, Federal Trade Commissioner Julie Brill explores the expanding collection and use of Big Data in the marketplace, recognizing the challenges it presents for consumers and businesses–as well as for agencies…Learn More
In NYU Tandon School of Engineering’s second, eagerly anticipated Sloan Cyber Security Lecture, the National Security Agency’s Information Assurance Director discusses current cyber security threats, vulnerabilities and trends. Debora A. Plunkett outlines critical steps that must be taken to ensure our nation is…Learn More
Once we became deeply dependent on the Internet, business, government, and our critical infrastructure fell vulnerable to serious security risks. Early on, we recognized that strategic weaknesses can be exploited by foreign agents, resulting in catastrophic failure of our power grid, transportation systems,…Learn More
Take the next step in your career. Find out information about our cybersecurity masters degrees.
A Bridge to Tandon | Non-Credit Course | Location: Online
“A Bridge to NYU Tandon” is a fast and convenient way to advance your education. Since many of the best positions in growing fields like cyber security, data science, and artificial intelligence require an advanced degree, we designed this online program to prepare you for entrance into the computer science or cybersecurity master’s program at the NYU Tandon School of Engineering. Students with a humanities, arts or social science undergraduate degree will find this program particularly beneficial as you may have little to no computer science training.
As the demand for skilled information-security experts continues to grow, computer and network professionals can now master the science of protecting vital computer networks and electronic infrastructures from attack. NYU Tandon School of Engineering’s Online Cybersecurity Master’s Degree program will give you a solid foundation in computer and network security, digital forensics, cryptography, and biometrics, helping you become a sophisticated practitioner of these key technologies.
With the industry continuing to place top priority on safeguarding its data and information systems, you will be well prepared to develop security products as a security-application programmer, security analyst, penetration tester, vulnerability analyst, and security architect. You will also have the opportunity to study with internationally recognized faculty from the Information Systems and Internet Security Laboratory.
Management of Technology, MS Cybersecurity Concentration | 36 Credits | Location: Online
Successful managers need to keep up with the seemingly non-stop pace of technological advances to spot fads from worthwhile investments and get the most out of the technology they implement. NYU Tandon School of Engineering’s Online Management of Technology Master’s Degree program will prepare you to oversee a team of cybersecurity experts. The curriculum addresses the increased demand for managers with technical knowledge in cybersecurity.
Cybersecurity, MS CAE-Cyber Ops Specializtion | 30 Credits
NYU Tandon School of Engineering is one of nine graduate schools in the country to have the designation of National Centers of Academic Excellence (CAE) in Cyber Operations. The CAE-Cyber Operations program is intended to be a deeply technical, interdisciplinary, higher education program firmly grounded in the computer science (CS), computer engineering (CE), and/or electrical engineering (EE) disciplines, with extensive opportunities for hands-on applications via labs/exercises.
Cybersecurity Risk and Strategy, MS | 30 Credits
Offered jointly by NYU School of Law and NYU Tandon School of Engineering, the MS in Cybersecurity Risk and Strategy is a one-year program intended for experienced professionals from a range of backgrounds who seek to deepen their understanding of cybersecurity risk and strategy. Cybersecurity—both prevention and response—frequently requires coordination between public- and private-sector organizations and expertise in technology, law, and policy. This program will create managers with the integrated expertise needed to play a leadership role in the field.
The OSIRIS Lab is a security research environment where students analyze and understand how attackers take advantage of real systems. This approach gives our students a unique perspective and a proper foundation that allows them to master any area of security at NYU Tandon.
The NYU Center for Cybersecurity (CCS) is an interdisciplinary research institute consisting of members from NYU School of Law, NYU Tandon School of Engineering, and other NYU schools and departments. CCS is dedicated to training the current and future generations of cybersecurity professionals, and shaping public discourse and policy, legal, and technological landscapes on issues of cybersecurity. Additionally, CCS engages in a wide range of initiatives, including student scholarships, events, interdisciplinary research, and teaching.
With the ever-increasing scale of interconnected information systems, concerns about cyber security dangers and threats increase daily. NYU Tandon School of Engineering’s Cyber Security Lecture Series provides an arena for high-level discussion among world-class scholars and practitioners. Now sponsored by AIG, the multinational insurance organization, lectures and panel discussions are designed to raise the visibility of risks and issues, including personal privacy. Internationally renowned experts join together to stimulate collaborative thinking, especially among New York’s regional businesses, government agencies, nonprofits, academic institutions, media, and the public. Practical and timely, the series also focuses on possible strategies that address the impact of growing risks.
The NYU Tandon School of Engineering dates to 1854, the founding date for both the New York University School of Civil Engineering and Architecture and the Brooklyn Collegiate and Polytechnic Institute (widely known as Brooklyn Poly). A January 2014 merger created a comprehensive school of education and research in engineering and applied sciences, rooted in a tradition of invention and entrepreneurship and dedicated to furthering technology in service to society. In addition to its main location in Brooklyn, NYU Tandon collaborates with other schools within NYU, the country’s largest private research university, and is closely connected to engineering programs at NYU Abu Dhabi and NYU Shanghai. It operates Future Labs focused on start-up businesses in downtown Manhattan and Brooklyn and an award-winning online graduate program.
For more information about NYU Tandon School of Engineering, visit engineering.nyu.edu.
Founded in 1831, NYU is one of the world’s foremost research universities and is a member of the selective Association of American Universities. NYU has degree-granting university campuses in New York, Abu Dhabi, and Shanghai; has eleven other global academic sites, including London, Paris, Florence, Tel Aviv, Buenos Aires, and Accra; and both sends more students to study abroad and educates more international students than any other U.S. college or university. Through its numerous schools and colleges, NYU is a leader in conducting research and providing education in the arts and sciences, engineering, law, medicine, business, dentistry, education, nursing, the cinematic and performing arts, music and studio arts, public administration, social work, and professional studies, among other areas.
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