A cybersecurity degree may prepare graduates to defend computers, servers, and other electronic systems from malicious cyberattacks. For students who desire a better understanding of these ideas, a higher education program might be the perfect opportunity.
We train professionals specialized in the field of Cybersecurity Law and the Digital Environment, which will respond to the new challenges facing the Law based on the adv
We train professionals specialized in the field of Cybersecurity Law and the Digital Environment, which will respond to the new challenges facing the Law based on the advances derived from the new communication and information technologies.
Directed mainly to Graduates in Law and Computer Engineering, but also open to other related degrees and professionals who seek to prove their experience with a postgraduate university degree.
If you are interested in learning toKnow and manage the technical aspects of Cybersecurity.Know and know how to apply the protection measures for fundamental freedoms and rights linked to the digital environment.Coordinate and plan, from a multidisciplinary perspective, the management of cyber-risks in organizations and companies.Know and know how to apply the basic principles and fundamentals of the legal and social responsibility of the company in digital environments.Know how to identify vulnerabilities and plan cyber incidents associated with the technical management of information.What we offer youCurriculum practices in entities of maximum prestige.Multidisciplinary TrainingResponse to the new challenges facing the Law based on the advances derived from information technology.Increase in the possibilities of qualified employability.Professional outings...
This practice area has evolved with the world’s increased connectivity through the use of modern technology and cyberspace and the accompanying growing vulnerabilities fr
This practice area has evolved with the world’s increased connectivity through the use of modern technology and cyberspace and the accompanying growing vulnerabilities from physical and cyber threats. Courses in this practice area explore the use of the internet and technologies, as well as sophisticated cyber actors and nation-states and how they exploit vulnerabilities, steal information and money, and develop methods to disrupt, destroy, or threaten essential services. The field includes a law on the use of securing the critical cyber infrastructure, cyber breaches, armed forces and intelligence operations abroad, counterterrorism, homeland security, management of crises, congressional oversight, and classified information. The two foundational survey courses are National Security Law and Cybersecurity Law and Policy. The remaining advanced courses pursue in greater detail issues raised in the survey courses....
The Cybersecurity & Data Privacy LLM Specialization at Loyola Law School, Los Angeles offers students a slate of classes and experiential learning opportunities to pr
Loyola's LLM program is designed for foreign law graduates and experienced foreign and U.S. attorneys. Our program allows students to build a flexible curriculum in American law and prepares them to become leaders in a globalized market. Loyola’s campus, designed by world-renowned architect Frank Gehry, is ideally positioned in downtown Los Angeles, California – a legal, tech, media, fashion and financial capital. At Loyola we care about our students and we want them to achieve their academic and professional goals.
The Cybersecurity & Data Privacy LLM Specialization at Loyola Law School, Los Angeles offers students a slate of classes and experiential learning opportunities to prepare them for the evolving legal demands presented by emerging technology. The first of its kind on the West Coast, this specialization draws on Loyola’s traditional strengths in areas like technology, criminal justice, data privacy, and IP law....