NSA-Supported Cyber Policy Course Released at Towson University

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Jeff Brody

Towson University is now offering an online course designed to educate individuals on cybersecurity policy, Cyberscoop reported Tuesday. The National Security Agency worked with others to form the course that covers cyber risk and cybersecurity law on domestic and international levels.

Those interested may access the course via Towson’s CLARK Center curriculum management platform. Anne McKenna, a professor at Pennsylvania State University, organized the cyber policy course.

“What we’re trying to do … is create a framework for people who are trying to be introduced to cyber law, to offensive, defensive cyber operations and for them to learn the fundamentals, the framework,” said James Houck, director of Penn State’s Center for Security Research and Education.

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