International Cyber Conflicts

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/cyber-conflicts

International Cyber Conflicts
This course covers the most important questions that international negotiators and governments must answer when dealing with cybersecurity threats. The course, Global Health Security, examines the threat of cyber-physical and cyber-economic attack and the resulting threat response. The course focuses on the most important topics at stake in international cybersecurity negotiations: the definition and implementation of cybersecurity standards, the prevention and suppression of cyber-attacks, and the protection of industrial control systems (CPUs). The course also describes the principles and mechanisms of international arbitration over cybersecurity issues. The course focuses on the principles and procedures that apply to determination of obligations under the United Nations Convention Against Cyber-Physical Attacks (UNCAT). The course also discusses the process of obtaining and evaluating cyber-accreditation.

Upon successful completion of this course, you will be able to …

(1) Define what cyber means to you
(2) Speak to industry leaders to discuss cyber risks and challenges
(3) Go to http://www.coursera.org/learn/cyber-security-part-1 to learn about cybersecurity standards
(4) Learn about different types of cyber-accreditation
(5) Get and apply for cyber-accreditation

Note: This is a comprehensive course and is mainly suitable for advanced students and professionals.Week 1: What is Cyber-Assault?
Week 2: Who is a Cyber-Assault Victim and What Can You Do About It?
Week 3: What is the Value of Cyber-Security?
Week 4: When is Cyber-Security Negligible to Protect?
International Humanitarian Law
This course forms part of the EIT Health Programme, which provides a cross-disciplinary overview of the international protection of the human rights of the refugee and migrant. The course is designed to enable you to critically assess refugee and migrant rights and hopes of their states, countries and peoples, as well as in relation to the elaboration of international law.

The course is accessible for all those interested in human rights and migrants. It gives you the opportunity to become familiar with the specific elements and implications of international human rights law.

The course is oriented to (a) non-specialist students; (b) teachers of international relations and law; (c) legal practitioners; (d) all those interested in intercultural cooperation and human rights.

The course is supported by the Geneva-based Centre d’étoile des origines du Québec (CEQ) and the School of International Affairs and Political Science (SIPS) of the University of Geneva.

This MOOC is supported by the Global Refugee Resettlement Watch-Canada (GRWC-C) and the UNHCR.

This MOOC is accessible and open to students in all disciplines (specialist, intermediate and advanced) in the University of Geneva, and in all languages.

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/cyber-conflicts

Cyber Attack Countermeasures

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/cyber-attack-countermeasures

Cyber Attack Countermeasures
This course covers the most common cybersecurity measures implemented to help protect information systems from cyber attack. The focus is primarily on defending against different types of attacks, such as distributed denial of service (DDOS), code execution, SQL Injection, and SQL Injection attacks. All examples are taken from common-domain security protocols, and discuss the different layers of security measures implemented to help keep information secure.

The course is mainly aimed at K-12 teachers and IT specialists, but it should also be accessible to anyone with some familiarity with computer science and engineering. The course components are:

– A basic understanding of basic concepts of computer security, such as authentication and data integrity,
– Basic knowledge of distributed programming,
– Basic knowledge of TCP/IP,
– Basic knowledge of firewalls,
– Basic knowledge of network security,
– Basic knowledge of operating system security,

The course is mainly completed by using the Linux operating system as an example. In addition to the actual operating system, the course also uses the FreeBSD operating system for the training. This will help you get a basic understanding of Linux systems, as well as prepare you to use Linux in a real-world context.

The entire course can be completed in four weeks, but there are some prerequisites. First you have to get yourself a Linux operating system, because otherwise you’re going to be doing some operating system development on your own computer, not on the Unix-like system in the lab. After that, it’s as simple as copying and pasting files onto your computer. You also need to know how to use a text editor to work through files, because otherwise you’re just going to copy and paste things. Finally, you need to know how to use Git, because otherwise you’re just going to copy and paste things.

The total course time is about four and a half hours, including the introduction to Git, and two other courses about Unix-like operating systems, namely, Unix Programming in C (http://www.coursera.org/learn/userscripts/python/python/nwg/C) and Unix Programming in C++ (https://www.coursera.org/learn/Unix-programming-in-C).

This course is intended as part 2 of a series: Coding Systems & Security: How To Protect Information, Part 1, and Coding Systems & Security: How To Protect Data, Part 2. You can read the rest of the series here: https://www.coursera.org/learn/security-coding-systems-security-how-to-protect-informationYou’ll need to register on Coursera in order to access many of the features on this page, including course grading.

Welcome to Fashion and Design for Everyone!
This course is designed for anyone interested in fashion and design, from the designer to the layperson.

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/cyber-attack-countermeasures

Cloud Security Basics

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/cloud-security-basics

Cloud Security Basics
In this introductory course, we’ll explore how an typical cloud-based system operates: how services like Google Cloud compute, storage, networking, and routing are put together, and how that all comes together in a highly scalable and efficient manner. We’ll also look at some of the complexities and challenges that come with such systems as security and integrity. We’ll then look at approaches that companies like Google, Amazon, and Apple take to keep their systems secure, and we’ll conclude the course with an overview of how to configure your system for maximum security and efficiency.Module 1: Cloud Systems
Module 2: Cloud Identity
Module 3: Security and Integrity
Module 4: Operating Systems and Subsystems
Computational Thinking in Finance
Finance is all about making decisions. But it is also about setting priorities and creating plans. In this course, we will focus on the process of making decisions and how those decisions influence the overall program of financial analysis. We will learn how to make decisions about sectors and markets and we will apply those decisions in the context of our understanding of finance and cost-benefit analysis. We will also consider some of the more exotic and creative decisions that finance professionals make. This course will help prepare students for graduate study in finance.Course Overview and Module 1: Process and Decisions
Mood, Attitudes, and Financial Priorities
Mood and Attitudes: Systems and Markets
Decisions: Markets and Sectors
Computational Thinking in Mathematics
Computational thinking is a key dimension in finance. In this course we will focus on the key elements of running a business, in mathematics, and in economics. We will also discuss the idea of probability and randomness. We will also consider some important applications of computational thinking in economics and other fields. Our main focus will be on applications in finance of a certain intuition about mathematics, in the area of probability, and in the area of economics.Skolemetskaya, forn and algebetskaia (computational approach in finance)
Introduction to Computational thinking in economics
Milton, Minsky and Rogovin (first implementation of a probabilistic probabilistic approach in economics)
A probabilistic approach to economics
Commons Cryptography
In this course, we will explore the mathematical details of implementing secure systems. We will also examine the public key techniques used to sign the certificate of A2, which provides authenticated, non-repudiationable data for websites. More specifically, we will consider the following topics:

• Signatures
• Signatures with attack surface
• Signatures with pre-image validation
• Signatures with blockchains

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/cloud-security-basics

IT Security: Defense against the digital dark arts

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/it-security

IT Security: Defense against the digital dark arts
IT security is a specialty that focuses on the application of information security technologies in enterprise applications.

This course provides an introduction to information security in the context of virtual and augmented environments. It focuses on the application of information security in a C-based organization.

IT Security Basics: Defenses
IT Security Framework: Security Architecture
Local and remote access
Authenticated Environments
It Takes a Village: Improving the Quality of Life for All
The quality of a family unit depends on a lot of things: the number and size of the children, the length and shape of the home, the type of equipment that is used, and the temperament and manner of the work environment in which they are raised. This course focuses on the impact of different factors — external factors like weather, socioeconomic status, and the environment — on the quality of life for individuals in the family unit, and the impact of these things on the health and well-being of the children.

In this course, you will learn about the impact of many of the everyday factors that make life for family units difficult. We will look at the causes, effects, and protective factors for a healthy climate, healthy diet, and lifestyle. We will also look at strategies that can be used in the home to protect the physical and mental health of the family unit.

This course is intended to entice a learner into a deep, understanding, and appreciation of family unit health and safety. We will attempt to do so by providing a multitude of explanations, step-by-step illustrations, and practical tips aimed at helping you better understand the unique challenges faced by family units and the strategies employed to build stronger, healthier families.

After taking this course, you will be able to…

* Define what family unit health and safety are and the importance of a healthy diet and lifestyle
* Explain the context and connections between a healthy diet and a healthy lifestyle
* Design strategies for a healthy diet and exercise
* Define and compare different environmental factors, such as heat, light, humidity, and noise, that impact a healthy diet and lifestyle
* Review the ways in which different family planning methods are implemented to help ensure that you and your family are equipped and prepared to face any eventuality
* Assess your family’s physical and mental health and identify behaviors that may increase your family’s susceptibility to environmental and environmental-related problems
* Know the steps that professionals take to protect their families and ensure the health and safety of their families

This course is intended to inspire and entice learners into a lifelong commitment to improving the quality of family life in the U.S.
It is also intended to help those who are interested in learning more about family life, health and family planning.Elements of a Healthy Family

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/it-security

Computer Security and Systems Management Specialization

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/specializations/computer-security-systems-management

Computer Security and Systems Management Specialization
This course is an introduction to security concepts, methods, and applications of computing systems administrators and their specialties.Course Overview & Introduction
Processors, Security, and Operating Systems
Network and System Security
Protecting Enterprise Systems
C# Programming Fundamentals
This course is the second course in the specialization . The goal of the specialization is to get you to write and submit source code for C#. This course is designed to teach you how to use the C# programming model for object-oriented programs. You will learn how to use the LINQ (Machine Learning Unit) framework to learn a computer language from scratch. You will also learn how to apply various data structures and algorithms for parallelism and parallel algorithms. You will also learn the basics of object-oriented software development and object-oriented programming. You will also learn the basics of using the Windows programming model, as we move from XAML to C#. This course is aimed at people who are new to C# or who are looking to brush up on their C# programming skills, but it also applies to people who are new to programming in general.

This course uses the LINQ (Machine Learning Unit) framework for object-oriented programming, which is the same programming model as in the high-performance C++ programming language. That means, for each module in this course, you will learn how to use the LINQ framework to learn a language. This is the opposite of the programming model in C#, which is focused on writing small, fast, and correct programs. However, C# is a very powerful language, and using it means writing fast and correct programs for whatever application you might have, so it makes sense to use it in that context.The LINQ Fundamentals
Recursion
Looping and Loops
Modeling Languages
Crossing Cultural Boundaries: Understanding and Enacting Difference
This course introduces differences of opinion in a wide-ranging and culturally sensitive area – from country, cultural significance, language, and the like, to religious and political opinions, and on the nature of diversity. It offers a wide-ranging interdisciplinary perspective on differences, which is of vital importance to all countries. Different traditions and traditions have built up over centuries and many different places; they often do so with surprising ferocity and diversity. In this context, the course offers an in-depth historical and cultural overview of differences, which will allow you to better understand and appreciate the context of social and cultural change. It explores the different ways in which cultural traditions are expressed through language, and the various meanings attached to different cultural practices and traditions. It reviews issues related to religion, politics, and practices of religion, and explores the issues raised by the evolution of sectarianism, heterodoxy, and dissent. It describes the process of cultural transmission in a wide-ranging and culturally sensitive area, and the role of customs and traditions in building up and reinforcing identity, in a wide-ranging and culturally sensitive way. It presents challenges for educators in the field of cultural sensitivity, including issues of religious education, practices of worship, and the role of notions of culture and tradition in shaping social and cultural life. It presents an overview of contemporary debates and issues, which will enable you to more effectively engage in teaching, research and discussion about cultural differences.Differences in opinion?
Different approaches to difference
Culture and tradition in shaping different traditions
Culture, belief, and religion in building up cultural identities
C++ For C Programmers, Part 1
This course is for experienced C programmers who want to program in C++. This course will take you from zero to C++ programming in two weeks.

This is C++ for C programmers. We will be covering basic C++ concepts, including basic object-oriented programming, polymorphism, the STL, and renaming functions. We will also cover various STL algorithms and their properties and uses.

The first part of this course covers C++11, a modern revision of C++, and the future of C++. We will cover basic C++ syntax, including basic assignment and destructors. We will also cover renaming functions, static storage classes, shared_ptr, and functions templates. We will cover generic programming, function templates, and generic programming exceptions. We will also cover generic programming exceptions and generic programming exceptions from the point of view of programs that use them.

We will also learn how to use functions to implement particular C++ classes, such as T1.C, and we will learn the basics of using functions to implement various generic algorithms.

The course follows the textbook C++11, but some additional material is required to complete the assignments. We also recommend that you take the Capstone Project instead of

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/specializations/computer-security-systems-management

IT Fundamentals for Cybersecurity Specialization

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/specializations/it-fundamentals-cybersecurity

IT Fundamentals for Cybersecurity Specialization
IT security is becoming ever more important. In this course you will learn about the role of IT in today’s cybersecurity landscape. You will learn how IT is used in the corporate environment, how encryption technologies are implemented, and what the special requirements are for IT in today’s cybersecurity environment. You will also learn the basic principles and techniques for assessing the cybersecurity risk of data systems. You will then learn the different layers of IT security, including network security, user authentication, and business continuity. You will then learn the different certification and authentication processes for IT, as well as the different types of firewalls and authentication methods. You will then learn the basic principles of data forensics, the methods used for performing an audit, and the techniques used to perform a risk assessment. You will also learn about different storage technologies, encryption technologies, hash tables, encryption algorithms, and hashing algorithms. You will then learn how to use encryption techniques for transactional, non-recyclable data, and the basic types of encryption algorithms used in the cryptographic system used to keep data secure. You will then learn how to use encryption techniques to validate data, and how to use hashing algorithms to protect data. You will then learn about various types of encryption standards, hashing algorithms, and hash functions, and the techniques used to implement different types of encryption methods. You will then learn the basics of encryption algorithms, hash functions, and hashing algorithms used in various file types, including text, binary, and binary tree. You will then learn how to use cryptographic services and basic authentication to protect data, and how to use software key distribution methods.Cryptographic Services and Basic Authentication
File and Text Encryption
Forensics
Decryption Services
Java for Data Science
This course is designed to provide a high-level overview of the data science topics covered in the Data Science Specialization, including a full understanding of the JDK and core data science techniques. We’ll cover topics such as data exploration, automatic differentiation, message passing and authenticated, symmetric key-exchange, key distribution, and authenticated, strong key-exchange. We’ll also cover topics such as key-exchange, symmetric key distribution, and message passing. This course will not cover Java programming in detail, but rather focus on the theory of how to efficiently and correctly use Java within a data science context.

This course is the second in a sequence that explores the data science topics covered in the Data Science Specialization, and the course sequence will be the first in which we discuss Java code in detail.

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Introduction to Cyber Security Specialization

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/specializations/intro-cyber-security

Introduction to Cyber Security Specialization
This course introduces the specializations participants will need to acquire, develop, and control the basic cyber security knowledge needed to address business concerns such as defending against cyber attack, developing security solutions to address business concerns such as network security, and implementing measures to mitigate the effects of cyber attack. The course provides participants with understanding of how organizations protect against cyber attack, how these organizations build a strong cyber infrastructure, examine basic cyber attack detection and prevention techniques, and how companies build security solutions.

The Specialization is designed to train participants in the basic security knowledge needed to address business concerns such as defending against cyber attack, developing security solutions to address business concerns such as network security, and implementing measures to mitigate the effects of cyber attack. You will not need to have any background in computer science or engineering, but this course will give you a foundation in how organizations build and maintain the basic cyber infrastructure needed to be secure in their business.

The course provides participants with understanding of how organizations build and maintain the basic cyber infrastructure needed to be secure in their business. It also provides participants with the necessary background in basic cyber security such as basic attacks detection and prevention, basic defense measures, and basic risk management. The course also provides participants with the means to acquire, develop, and control the basic cyber security skills needed to address business concerns like how to secure their network, how to build a strong cyber infrastructure, and how to build security solutions.Overview, Cyber Security & Introduction
Basic Security Measures & Security Systems
Advanced Security Systems & Threat Prevention
Defending Against Cyber Attack
Introduction to Emergency Care
What are the first steps for someone experiencing an emergency or need to get medical attention? How do I know if I am ready to receive care? What will I see and do I have to say?

This course is designed for patients who want to make sure they understand the basics of medical evacuation and how to prepare for and participate in care. The course will cover the topics of anatomy, life support, personal care, and gaining access to care. The course also covers topics like getting to the operating room, getting on the operating table, and how you can help an emergency patient.

The course consists of 10 modules. On each of the 10 modules, you will learn something new and different about the subject. You will also learn a little something about the person who you will need to communicate with, what questions they may have, and how you can help them. It is important that you are comfortable talking about medical topics. Everyone has different approaches to communicating with patients, so you will be able to tell different stories to different audiences and tell a better story with each one.

The course is divided into four topics. First, you will learn the basics of medical evacuation. You will then learn about what an EMF is and its components. You will then learn about access to care for patients with cardiac arrest and an EF, or an extricated thoracic perfusion. You will then learn about the components of a heart attack and how to prepare for and participate in care. Finally, you will learn about the components and precautions of an AED. You will also learn how to help an emergency patient get off the operating table.EMF Basics
Chest Pain & Fluid Impressions
An AED & Cardiac Arrest
Preparing for and Participating in Care
Introduction to Epidemiology
This course introduces the basic principles of public health epidemiology and the practical skills needed to analyze and report on public health problems. The course focuses on the public health problem of infectious diseases and the related public health interventions to control disease spread. The course also focuses on the preparation of reports and content of the reports. These concepts and skills will be useful to students of all backgrounds, including public health workers, public health administrators, public health recall specialists, and anyone using public health information for personal or professional gain.Introduction & Historical Overview of Infectious Diseases
Epidemiology in Public Health Practice: The Emergence of Infectious Diseases as Public Health Assets
Prevention and Control Measures
Transmission of Infectious Diseases: Health Professionals & Public Health Resources
Introduction to the U.S. Food System
All foods come from somewhere – farmers, ranchers, suppliers, and consumers. In this course, we’ll explore what exactly and who is responsible for how our food comes to us. We’ll also explore what the best way to eat is, considering the factors that influence our food choices.

By the end of this course, you’ll be able to describe the movement of food and the people who influence that movement in a way that is meaningful to both the subject matter and the learners. You’ll be able to describe the various steps involved in growing and harvesting a food

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/specializations/intro-cyber-security

Secure Coding Practices Specialization

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/specializations/secure-coding-practices

Secure Coding Practices Specialization
Welcome to Introduction to Secure Coding!
In this specialization you will learn how to secure your data in a variety of formats.

We will cover topics such as using encryption techniques, basic block ciphers, key distribution protocols, hash tables, and advanced algorithms. We will also cover topics such as basic file systems, user/password encryption, common user/password combinations, and advanced cryptographic techniques.

Note: This course builds on previous knowledge. We strongly recommend that you take the topics in this specialization before taking this course.

This course is aimed at introducing beginners to secure coding. There is an emphasis on coding in C#/Jaguar, as that is the language of choice for C#/Jupyter notebooks. In particular, we will use C#/Jupyter as a library of code for the programming assignments in this course. So if you are new to programming, all the required knowledge will be available to you.

We will give a brief overview of how C#/Jupyter works and how to learn from it. We will also explain how to use the Jupyter Notebook and its associated platform as a library. We will also explain how to access libraries and how to use them. We will also explain how to use different standard programming models such as lambdas, classes, and anonymous functions. Finally, we will explain how to use inheritance and polymorphism for polymorphic code. We will also explain how to use inheritance and polymorphism for secure programming.

We will briefly introduce each of the topics covered in the specialization:

1. Using inheritance and polymorphism for polymorphic code
2. Modifying local variables via inheritance and polymorphism
3. Modifying local variables via an external class
4. Implemented polymorphic code using anonymous functions, static methods, and lambdas

We hope that you will take this course and learn a lot from it. Let’s get started with Module 1. Inheritance and polymorphism for polymorphic code
Modifying local variables via inheritance and polymorphism
Anonymity
Methods and lambdas
Social Capital
This course introduces you to the concept of social capital. It shows how important it is for individuals, businesses and public institutions to have sufficient resources to succeed in their endeavors. It also explores the various dimensions of social capital, including personal relationships, professional networks and civic engagement. You’ll learn how important it is for civic participation to be high and you’ll learn how important it is for individuals, businesses and public institutions to have the capacity to participate in the political process.

You’ll learn the concepts and translate them into practice by focusing on the role of social institutions and organizations in sustaining the well-being of individuals, communities and public institutions. By the end of this course, you’ll have a deeper understanding of the importance of relationships in sustaining well-being and will be able to identify the sources of that happiness. You’ll also be able to design organizations and structures that ensure the full development of the individual’s capacity to participate in the political process.

The course is designed to help you become a better social entrepreneur. You’ll learn how to structure your organization’s resources so that they are invested in the people and organizations that will help you achieve your goals. You’ll also be more effective in attracting and retaining individuals and creating the capacity for your organizations and people to grow.

The course is also designed to help you understand the dimensions of social capital. You’ll learn how civic engagement varies across different dimensions of social capital, and how to assess whether you have enough resources or whether you need to increase your capacity for engagement. You’ll also be more effective in attracting and retaining individuals and design structures that ensure the full development of the individual’s capacity to participate in the political process.

Finally, you’ll learn how to build and sustain relationships of trust across different dimensions of social capital. By the end of the course, you’ll have a deep understanding of the dimensions of social capital and will be more effective in attracting and retaining individuals and organizations.Module 1: Introduction
Module 2: Personal Capital
Module 3: Organizations
Module 4: Structuring Trust
Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship
This course of study focuses on important entrepreneurial principles and strategies for nurturing the next generation of social innovators. The focus is placed on the concept of social innovation and entrepreneurship. Students will learn how to develop a culture of innovation and entrepreneurship, develop core competencies and skills, and develop a background in social entrepreneurship and social innovation. Concepts and strategies of social entrepreneurship and innovation are also introduced along with an understanding of the legal framework

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/specializations/secure-coding-practices

Cybersecurity for Business Specialization

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/specializations/cyber-security-business

Cybersecurity for Business Specialization
Welcome to Cybersecurity for Business!

This course focuses on concepts, methods, and strategies for analyzing and defending against cyberattack against a corporate environment.

In this Specialization, we will learn about the evolution of cybersecurity in the context of today’s digital economy. You will learn about the evolution of the cyber landscape by looking at different types of threats, vulnerabilities, and defenses. You will also learn how the corporate environment affects business processes, and ultimately lead to higher security measures and better management of business processes.

By the end of this Specialization, you should be able to:
– Explain the purpose and evolution of cybersecurity and attack prevention strategies
– Define different types of cybersecurity threats and vulnerabilities
– Illustrate different types of defense mechanisms
– Define business processes and attack prevention strategies
– Define business processes and attack prevention strategies

This Specialization is part of the Business Continuity and Security Leadership Specialization.Named a top 50 MOOC in the world for Business Continuity and Security Leadership, this Specialization is a great place to start your career in cybersecurity.Welcome & Evolution of Cybersecurity
Defining Security Needs & Security Response
Protecting Business Processes & Security Response
Protecting Business Systems & Data & Security Muster
Customer Value in Pricing Strategy
Do you want to know how much to charge based on a certain metric? Or, how much to negotiate? Or, how much to trust? Or, how much to adhere to? Or, how to source goods and services? In this course, you will learn how to value and measure customer value using evidence-based pricing. You will also learn how to source goods and services and how to decide what to source at each stage of the supply chain. By the end of this course, you will be able to price based on customer value and find the price that provides the customer with the best value. You’ll also be able to create a pricing model and source a large variety of goods and services. You’ll also be able to find the price that provides the customer the best value at each stage of the supply chain. You’ll also be able to find the price that provides the customer the best value at each stage of the supply chain.

This is the third and last course in the Value-Driven Marketing specialization. The Customer Value and Cost-Benefit Analysis specialization focuses on how businesses can increase the value of their customers by charging them more for what they use and use less. The course is a part of the specialization.

LIMITED TIME OFFER: Subscription is only $39 USD per month for access to graded materials and a certificate.VOTING INSTRUCTIONS & MEASURES
VOTING INSTRUCTIONS & MEASURES 2.0.0
VOTING INSTRUCTIONS & MEASURES 2.2.0
Cloud Identity for Android
Cloud Identity for Android is a free 12-week introductory course designed by Google and filled with practical tips and tricks on how to use Google’s own mobile device management service to deploy and manage users and their devices.

This course is the second one in the Android smartphone and tablet market segment. The course will continue with more detailed topics and hands-on exercises on how to use Android’s built-in “user manager” app to manage and even control the communication between the user and the device.

In this course, you will learn:
• How to use “User Manager” to manage and even control user and device actions
• How to access your Google-supplied keychain
• How to gain root access to your target device
• How to install and use a custom recovery
• How to utilize a custom recovery during the installation process
• How to access the microphone and camera on the target device
• How to use a camera to take pictures of things
• How to use a camera to take pictures of things
• How to use a camera to take pictures of your phone
• How to use a camera to take pictures of things that have been opened by the camera’s owner.
• How to use a camera to take pictures of things that have been opened by the camera’s owner.
• How to use a camera to take pictures of things that have been opened by another user.
• How to access the microphone and camera of the device that the user is currently on.
• How to use a camera to take pictures of things that have been opened by the camera’s owner.
• How to use a camera to take pictures of things that have been opened by the camera’s owner.
• How to use

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/specializations/cyber-security-business

Cybersecurity: Developing a Program for Your Business Specialization

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/specializations/cybersecurity-developing-program-for-business

Cybersecurity: Developing a Program for Your Business Specialization
This course will introduce the learner to the basic concepts of cybersecurity. This includes common threats that you will encounter in your professional career, as well as how to protect your data and the organizations that are using it, and how to navigate through the various stages of the cyberattack cycle. This course also includes a comprehensive overview of how cyberattacks are conducted, the roles of cybersecurity and information security, as well as how to protect your business.

In this course, you will learn all the basic concepts of cybersecurity that you need to know before beginning your professional career. You will learn by doing the research on the various types of cyberattacks, and then selecting the most appropriate protection method for the business. You will also learn how to conduct a successful attack and defend against it, and how to prepare for it. You will also learn how to protect your data and the organizations that are using it, and how to navigate through the various stages of the cyberattack cycle.

At the end of this course, you will be able to:
• Describe the various types of cyberattacks and their methods
• Choose the method of cybersecurity that is right for your business
• Protect your data and your organizations from cyberattacks
• Define what a business can do to protect itself from cyberattacks
• Describe the various types of cyberattacks and their methods
• Define what data security is and how you can protect itInformation Security: The Business Connection
Cybersecurity: The Business Connection
Cybersecurity: Advanced Topics
Cybersecurity: Security in Organizations
Cryptographic Tools
Cryptography is the art of hiding the techniques that a computer’s security relies on, from the public. In this class, we focus on practical challenges of modern cryptographic standards, and develop realistic solutions for implementing crypto in our systems. You’ll learn the basic principles of cryptographic standards, such as ciphertext and authentication, and how to use a set of standards to establish trust between source and destination systems. We’ll also discuss practical challenges in cryptographic algorithms and standards, including three kinds of authentication: Basic, Digest, and Elliptic. We’ll also discuss how these standards protect information, and how to use a set of standards to establish trust between source and destination systems.Cryptographic Algorithms
Cryptographic Standards
Cryptographic Cryptographic Filters
Secure Software Transport
Cryptographic Notations in Cryptography
Cryptographic Notations are those which do not use public key and private key. We discuss such notations as Diffie-Hellman, PBKDF2, RSA, AES, CFB, RSA, PBKDF2, PKCS#, RSA, DSA, ECDSA, DSA, ECDSA, A384, RSA, DNSSEC, Triple-DES, A384, RNG, and RSA. We also discuss common cryptographic software applications, such as software applications in public key systems, servers, and operating systems. The course includes hands-on exercises.Week 1: Introduction to Cryptography
Week 2: AES
Week 3: RSA
Week 4: ECDSA
Community Management Capstone
The Community Management Capstone Project is the capstone for the Collaborative Leadership and Teamwork Specialization. You will have the opportunity to apply the concepts and techniques for effective team work and leadership in the global workforce that you’ve learned in the previous four courses. You’ll also have the opportunity to apply those concepts and techniques to a real-world scenario. You will be evaluated using the techniques learned in the Capstone as a whole. In addition, you will be required to use the Capstone project in its entirety, with all of its additional materials, to ensure that you have the necessary knowledge and skills to address the unique challenges of the circumstance.

Upon completing this course, you will be able to:
1. Evaluate leadership and teamwork using the concepts and practices of effective team work and leadership in the global workforce.
2. Apply the concepts and practices of effective team work and leadership in the global workforce.
3. Use case scenarios to evaluate leadership and teamwork.
4. Use the information gained in this course to select the most appropriate team work and leadership practice for the particular context of the circumstance.
5. Choose the most appropriate team work and leadership practice for the particular context of the circumstance.
6. Apply the concepts and practices of effective team work and leadership in the global workforce.
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Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/specializations/cybersecurity-developing-program-for-business