Three-week cybersecurity courses feature two live group learning sessions per week, supported by independent coursework.
Each Thursday from 6:30–8:30 PM EST and Saturday from 10 AM–12 PM EST, you’ll learn in an energetic live atmosphere filled with engaged peers. Then during the week, complete coursework on your own time.
This Tufts cybersecurity training series was created, developed, and will be taught by Ming Chow, a distinguished cybersecurity expert educator and practitioner.
With a small class size, you can benefit from live one-on-one interaction and attention.
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✓ Top 30 National Universities
✓ Top 65 U.S. Engineering schools
Tufts is a leading research university with a nationwide reputation for excellence.
These online cybersecurity bootcamps could serve as a stepping stone into the Tufts MS in Cybersecurity and Public Policy program (separate application and admission required).
These courses are a great way for experienced IT professionals to gain a working understanding of cybersecurity principles from a recognized leader in the engineering field without the investment of money or time required to obtain a graduate degree.
In this cybersecurity course, learn to analyze network traffic, perform network reconnaissance, and write a network attack tool using the Python programming language.
In this cybersecurity bootcamp, you will analyze network malware, live malicious Android apps, and live Windows malware samples. You will use tools including VirusTotal, apktool, and Ghidra to aid your analysis. It is strongly recommended that your computer be able to run virtual machines via VMware or VirtualBox.
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20% discount available to Tufts Alumni and corporate discounts available. Email us to see if your company is eligible.
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Ming Chow is an Associate Teaching Professor at the Tufts University Department of Computer Science. His areas of interest are web/ mobile security, web/ mobile engineering and Computer Science education. Ming has spoken at numerous organizations and conferences including the HTCIA, OWASP, InfoSec World, Design Automation Conference (DAC), DEF CON, Intel, SOURCE, HOPE, BSides, ACM SIGCSE, and Security Weekly. He has served as a mentor to a BSides Las Vegas Proving Ground track speaker since 2014, a track focused on helping new speakers in the information security and hacker communities acclimate to public speaking.
Ming was named the 2016 Henry and Madeline Fischer Award recipient at Tufts, awarded annually to a faculty member of the School of Engineering judged by graduating seniors of the School of Engineering to be “Engineering’s Teacher of the Year.” He was named the 2017 Lerman-Neubauer Prize for Outstanding Teaching and Advising recipient at Tufts, awarded annually to a faculty member who has had a profound intellectual impact on his or her students, both inside and outside the classroom.
"Ming's awesome. That's all there is to it. He makes you feel like a peer seeking knowledge instead of some [person] who knows nothing. Honestly, I loved taking a course from him and intend to take many more.”