Brown University launches executive master cybersecurity program

Providence, R.I.-based Brown University is now enrolling for its new Executive Master in Cybersecurity program, a program developed to produce and equip security leaders with an understanding of technological, legal and policy issues related to cybersecurity.

The program is geared toward individuals with five to 15 years of managerial experience and responsibility for information security in various sectors.

"There's no such thing as perfect or impenetrable security. Strategy is the best security," said Roberto Tamassia, professor of computer science and executive director of the new program. "We've developed a comprehensive and timely curriculum that teaches cybersecurity leaders how to unite stakeholders in technology, law and policy around an effective strategy."

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