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Winnipeg’s Booth University College is offering two online cybersecurity courses starting in fall 2018, which will be open to business professionals and the public as well as Booth students.
Booth is partnering with global cyber education company, Cybint, which has branches in the U.S., the U.K., Italy and Israel, as well as projects around the world.
Angela Davis, associate professor and chair of the business program at Booth UC, says, "Educating everyday users, employees or both on cybersecurity risks is key today. These courses provide that education and also include practical tools that students can start using today."
Cybint specializes in cyber education and solving the global shortage of cybersecurity experts and putting an end to the growing threat of cybercrimes, by helping organizations and higher-education institutions develop their cybersecurity and intelligence capabilities.
Booth University College is a private Christian university rooted in the Salvation Army’s spirit of "meeting the needs of the most vulnerable in society."
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