This 12-credit hour four-course graduate certificate in health information and cybersecurity provides an understanding the fundamentals of the legal, ethical, and operational concerns of the health care industry along with a solid grounding in the complexities of responding to cybersecurity threats. This program also includes the domains from the HCISPP (HealthCare Information Security and Privacy Practitioner) certification. The HCISPP demonstrates the knowledge and ability to implement, manage and assess security and privacy controls to protect healthcare organizations using policies and procedures established by the cybersecurity experts at (ISC) ².
Program Learning Outcomes
Apply communication and network security
Assess and identify potential risks to the information systems.
Analyze the effect and impact of information security threads on the organization
Identify and describe the quality control activities of the current health care system and relate service provider behaviors to legal, ethical, and financial considerations.
Describe the types and interrelationships of health care facilities, services, and personnel.
Apply new knowledge and analyze the possibilities for securing digital technologies and enterprise systems in a health care setting.