The National Security Agency, in 2017, awarded a series of grants to universities to build academic courses on critical cybersecurity topics. The goal of the project was to establish a free, open-source repository of courses and modules so that the public would have access to content developed by the the country’s foremost cybersecurity experts. CHHS was proud to be among 54 grantees.
CHHS Cybersecurity Program Director Markus Rauschecker and CHHS Senior Law & Policy Analyst Ben Yelin designed three course modules that are now published on the National Cybersecurity Curriculum Program website “CLARK.” The courses are:
- Cybersecurity Law and Policy (Link forthcoming)
- Law and Policy of Cyber Crime
- National Security, Electronic Surveillance and the Fourth Amendment
CHHS was proud to partner with the National Security Agency for this important initiative. For more, see: http://cis1.towson.edu/~cyber4all/index.php/nccp-page/