sec.edu - Security Engineering - Applied Cyber Security

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sec.edu - Security Engineering - Applied Cyber Security

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OpenLearning's aim is to inspire, motivate and empower through education. We believe that learning can and should be enjoyable, ongoing, and above all effective. Transformative education enhances people’s abilities, promotes dynamic communication, and fosters a lifelong love of learning. We’re committed to creating fun and interactive communities and want our learning vision to spread far beyond educational institutions, branching into boardrooms, offices, team sports, group work, and right through to retirement. We believe that you should never stop learning, and we want to share our passion for accessible education.Discover yourself through education!

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Course Description

UNSW in proud partnership with the CBA are releasing a sequence of public courses in cyber security, under the banner of the SecEDU  'Security Engineering Capability' program.  

The first course started in 2016.

Register here to participate.  Everyone welcome. Just bring your wits, cunning, and passion.  And keep your eyes peeled for the McGuffin.

Some courses will requre C programming familiarity, others require no specific background and are suitable for those wishing to increase their understanding of cyber security.  All courses require strong analytical capabilities.

These courses are largely the same as the famous UNSW University Cyber Security courses - you are welcome to learn from them and join in the community.  You won't get official UNSW credit for them (unless you formally enrol as a UNSW student, and sit the exams etc) but you are *very* welcome to learn here for free.

SEC.EDU is a proud partnership between UNSW and Com...

UNSW in proud partnership with the CBA are releasing a sequence of public courses in cyber security, under the banner of the SecEDU  'Security Engineering Capability' program.  

The first course started in 2016.

Register here to participate.  Everyone welcome. Just bring your wits, cunning, and passion.  And keep your eyes peeled for the McGuffin.

Some courses will requre C programming familiarity, others require no specific background and are suitable for those wishing to increase their understanding of cyber security.  All courses require strong analytical capabilities.

These courses are largely the same as the famous UNSW University Cyber Security courses - you are welcome to learn from them and join in the community.  You won't get official UNSW credit for them (unless you formally enrol as a UNSW student, and sit the exams etc) but you are *very* welcome to learn here for free.

SEC.EDU is a proud partnership between UNSW and Commonwealth Bank.

 

 

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10/10 starsTaking Now
10 months, 3 weeks ago
well ! In my point of view this course by its introduction is very good . And we need physical security with cyber security not to attack or to damage our computers.
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1 year, 11 months ago
I am keen to progress and learn thru this course, adding to my existing skills and qualifications, and hope to take away info for developing Security Awareness Training. My main interests within Infosec are ethical haching and DFIR (digital forensic incident response) and have been studying in these areas for some time. nice topic about my assigement really ,i'M REALLY APPRECIATED, THANK YOU VERY MUCH.
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2 years, 9 months ago
Really enjoyed the intro to the course. Richard made it very enjoyable to listen too. I ended up with 69 as the next number in the sequence, feeling pretty confident this is the next number :)
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10/10 starsTaking Now
2 years, 9 months ago
Richard makes the course a joy to listen while making the grey matter work. Is the last number of the sequence 69? - I think so. Without thinking I was already trying to get the answers and wanted to hear more - unfortunately the video got me half way of the full lesson? Well done Richard
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