Cybersecurity for Identity Protection

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/cybersecurity

Cybersecurity for Identity Protection
This course covers how to protect the personal information that you and your organization is responsible for protecting. We will learn the basic concepts and principles of cyber security and how to use it effectively.

Identity theft and misapplication of credit cards are frequent threats to business operations. Individuals wishing to steal money or use stolen identities to commit fraud are also in place. Both types of threats are addressed using established principles and concepts through the use of the Credit Card Accountability Framework (Credit Card Accountability Foundation; CCAF). We will learn how to use the CCAF framework to assess and resolve any matters relating to credit card processing, fraud detection and detection, and the payment protection system.

Upon completing this course, you will be able to:
1. Describe the structure and principles of credit card processing, fraud detection and prevention
2. Apply the CCAF framework to assess and resolve any matters relating to credit card processing, fraud detection and prevention
3. Use the Credit Card Accountability Framework (Credit Card Accountability Foundation; CCAF) to assess and resolve any matters relating to credit card processing, fraud detection and prevention
4. Use the Payment Protection System (PP) to protect payment methods, such as wire, paypal, and money order.Module 1. Introduction & Understanding of Credit Card Processing
Module 2. VISA, Master Card & American Express
Module 3. Chip & PIN
Module 4. Wire & Paypal
Cybersecurity Policy for Aviation & Internet Infrastructures
In this course we will examine the aviation and Internet infrastructures, and various policies that have been developed to help guide and strengthen their cybersecurity programs. The aviation and Internet infrastructures are considered “lifeline infrastructure” as part of the transportation and communications sectors. Both subsectors are overseen by the Department of Homeland Security National Protection and Programs Directorate which manages the DHS National Infrastructure Protection Program. SSA responsibility for the aviation subsector is shared between the Transportation Security Administration and Federal Aviation Administration under the auspices of the Department of Homeland Security and Department of Transportation respectively. The Department of Homeland Security retains sole responsibility as the Sector-Specific Agency for the Internet subsector. While TSA and FAA have regulatory over the aviation subsector, DHS has no regulatory authority whatsoever over the Internet. While the Transportation Security Administration has regulatory authority over the rail and trucking sectors, the Department of Homeland Security has no regulatory authority whatsoever over the aviation subsector either. Neither the Department of Homeland Security nor the Transportation Security Administration can introduce new cybersecurity measures or propose changes to existing cybersecurity procedures without Federal Act. Therefore, our course will examine both the aviation and Internet lifeline infrastructure subsectors through the lens of the CFIA, Transportation Security Administration, and Department of Homeland Security.

This course is designed to train participants in cybersecurity practices related to aviation and Internet infrastructures. Participants

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/cybersecurity