Dec. 18, 2017
Albany Law launches online LLM in Cybersecurity and Data Privacy Law
Albany Law School in New York is launching a brand new online LLM in Cybersecurity and Data Privacy Law starting in January 2018.
This Master of Laws has been specifically designed for lawyers looking to advance their careers in the legal and policy issues surrounding cybersecurity and data privacy. It is an online LLM program featuring professors and practitioners with unique expertise in information security, data privacy, cybercrime, and intellectual property and is designed for both foreign and domestic lawyers.
Modules of study on the LLM in Cybersecurity and Data Privacy Law include:
Cybercrime and Digital Evidence; Cybersecurity and Supply Chain Management; Cybersecurity Law and Policy: Public Entities; Cyberspace Law; Global Privacy Law; and Technology, Privacy and the Law.
Speaking about the new online LLM program, Alicia Ouellette, Albany Law School’s President & Dean, explains, “After successfully developing the online Master of Science in Legal Studies in Cybersecurity and Data Privacy, we now extend our leadership and expertise in this area of law to attorneys. We built a curriculum taught by leading experts around the country.”
Albany Law School is partnered with the Global Cyber Alliance (GCA), a multinational organisation formed to confront and mitigate top cyber risks.
Albany Law School’s Associate Dean for Strategic Initiatives and Information Systems, Antony Haynes, says, “There is a large need for experts in this field to understand the legal issues around cybersecurity and data privacy. Graduates will gain the knowledge to manage cutting-edge legal issues presented by emerging technology.”
Looking for funding for postgraduate studies? Check out the exclusive bursaries on offer from Postgrad Solutions.
Content added on 18th December 2017.
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