Global networks and services define our economy, culture, personal communities, and business enterprises. Teleworking, virtual training and web conferencing have made it easier to connect globally. However, cyber criminals increasingly threaten global networks causing disruptions, stealing identities, and holding organizations hostage to large ransoms.
This introductory course is designed for technical and non-technical personnel who use technology, the WWW, and applications on projects. The course introduces computing fundamentals covering how technology is the backbone of the global economy.
Designed by SME experts, this course is for frontline and management personnel looking to understand the basics or to refresh their knowledge in computing and computing services fundamentals.
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Mark Hearn is a seasoned Business Leader and technical Product Management executive, bringing technology and business together to solve market problems for over 25 years. Mark’s expertise in software security and anti-reverse engineering has helped industry leaders solve critical product security issues with innovation and minimized risk. As a product security evangelist, Mark has spoken at many industry conferences and engaged in panel discussions on the need to protect software products from attack. He is an expert on the business risks associated with reverse engineering and the critical impact that hacking could have for manufacturers, and for their customers. Mark has held executive roles in product management and strategic market development, developing expertise in both the business-critical and technical functions related to business strategy, use/abuse cases, technical requirements, competitive analysis, and security threat-risk analysis.