Privacy has emerged to be a critical aspect of our increasingly digitized world. Technological innovations are progressively becoming more intrusive into our personal lives attempting to extract sensitive personal information. This is often detrimental to an individual when any breach or spillage of data leads to a severe impact such as financial loss or identity theft.

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• Outline how to engineer privacy in various systems,
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• Explain how to address the emergent technological challenges to privacy.

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Courses Included in the Program:

  • Principles, Regulations, and Ethics
  • Understanding the Operational Framework
  • Designing Trustworthy Systems and Technologies
  • Implementation and Usability

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