Course Description

"International Cyber Conflicts" is a comprehensive course offered by The State University of New York that delves into the complex world of cyber conflicts. In today's digital age, cyberattacks have become a major threat to individuals, organizations, and even countries. This course will equip you with the necessary skills to understand and effectively manage these conflicts. Through a combination of lectures, case studies, and practical exercises, you will learn about the various types of cyberattacks, their impact, and how they can be prevented. You will also explore security strategies and techniques that can be used to protect against cyber threats. In addition, this course will cover conflict management strategies, including how to identify and mitigate potential cyber conflicts. You will develop critical thinking skills to analyze and respond to cyber threats in a strategic manner. The course will also cover topics such as computer security incident management, human factors in security, and the Internet of Things. You will learn about security engineering and how to design and implement effective security measures.