University of Louisville gets $6M to create healthcare cybersecurity certificate program 

Jackie Drees –
Friday, October 9th, 2020
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The National Security Agency approved the University of Louisville (Ky.) $6 million to develop a health care cybersecurity online certificate program, according to an Oct. 9 news release.

5 things to understand:.

1. The certificate will incorporate tech industry badging from Microsoft, IBM and Google in addition to hands-on applied knowing elements.

2. UofL will oversee the curriculum development and pilot the online program through its digital improvement center; the university will also deal with a union of other institutions consisting of the University of Arkansas Little Rock, University of North Florida, Kentucky Community and Technical College System and Owensboro Community and Technical College.

3. During the pilot stage, program training will be offered to 200 military veterans and very first responders complimentary of charge.

The task will take 2 years to collaborate, handle and establish, with an option for a third year. Once it is totally established, the curriculum will be used to other organizations for complimentary for one year.

5. Certificate program participants will finish the three-level certificate over a six-month duration through online courses. The curriculum will concentrate on expert system, blockchain, Internet of Things, maker learning and other locations, and participants will learn brand-new training tools and how to use anonymous datasets.

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The job will take 2 years to coordinate, establish and handle, with an alternative for a third year. Once it is totally established, the curriculum will be used to other institutions for free for one year. Certificate program individuals will complete the three-level certificate over a six-month duration through online courses. The curriculum will focus on artificial intelligence, blockchain, Internet of Things, machine learning and other locations, and participants will discover new training tools and how to use anonymous datasets.