QU Online Blog
The QU Online Blog was created for distance learners to cover topics related to online education, professional development and industry trends. Whether you're a seasoned professional or just starting a career path, this blog is designed to be a valuable resource for your educational journey.
Cybersecurity is, in the end, really about people. Getting them to understand what to do, encouraging them to do it, and following up to make sure it was done. As such, communication plays an extremely important role in the success of the security practitioner. A CISO must communicate with the entire corporation. Only the CEO has greater communication challenges. These challenges are also one of the fun parts of the job.
A degree in health science studies provides many career opportunities for the individual interested in clinical and non-clinical settings. Some healthcare providers encourage their employees to earn a bachelor’s degree no matter the years of work experience. For those who are new to the field, there are many opportunities to explore.
No, I don’t mean working for criminal hackers. I’m writing about the security vendor space. There are many opportunities on the security vendor side. Today there are over 2,000 security vendors. Just don’t expect a lot of love from practitioners. You will have to earn it. This blog post will give you an introduction to career opportunities in the cybersecurity vendor space.
Miranda’s experience as an instructional designer has been shaped from the early 2000’s when Miranda was homeschooled as a high school student. Online learning was an emerging learning modality. As a result, she worked with a variety of platforms, instructors, and education systems. This early experience afforded Miranda the unique opportunity to use her past education to shape her future.
Rebecca earned her online MS in Business Analytics from Quinnipiac University. During that time, she applied what she learned in the classroom to her human resource technology team and was given increased responsibilities. Rebecca’s background in information technology combined with her master’s degree gave her solid ground for career growth. Her valuable insights into implementing analytics across departments earned her a promotion.
Frederick Scholl, Ph.D., Cybersecurity Program Director, Quinnipiac University
We read daily about fake news, fake handbags, pretty much fake everything. It’s not a lighthearted topic, since social media manipulation is one of the preferred methods used by nation states in cyberwar related attacks. What happens when the information we see cannot be relied upon?
When Sharee began her teaching career, her entire class shared one desktop computer. As the wave of technology flooded the education system, teachers needed to catch up quickly on how to effectively use applications, software and multimedia files in the classroom. Sharee’s MS in Instructional Design degree from Quinnipiac University taught her how to responsibly implement the latest technology into her lesson plans.
There are certain elements to consider when you apply to graduate school. A strong grad school application tells the admission committee a lot about you. It goes beyond measurement and takes a deeper look at who the applicant is.
When considering an online graduate program, there are many factors to think about before making a decision. Use these resources to help you focus your attention on select graduate programs.
Fredrick Scholl, Ph.D., Cybersecurity Program Director, Quinnipiac University
You read about ransomware every day in the headlines. In fact, many of the attacks are focusing on small business, non-profits and government agencies. Attackers tend to go after the weakest members of the herd. But what can you do to protect yourself?