Every day, hackers and cyber criminals launch new, sophisticated computer viruses, malware, and scams that threaten the data our society relies on. In fact, a February 2018 study from McAfee reports that hackers drain an estimated $600 billion annually from the world economy. Earning your bachelor’s degree in cybersecurity and information assurance can expand the arsenal you need to protect this valuable asset.
Holding a B.S. in cybersecurity can increase your career options, earning potential, and opportunities for advancement as an IT professional. After all, it's a high-growth field and internet security experts who know their stuff are in high demand—Statista projects that the 2019 North American managed security systems industry will grow from $800 million to $6.3 billion.
Knoma University offers B.S. Cybersecurity and Information Assurance degree program was designed with input from cybersecurity experts and leading IT employers to meet the most recent Department of Homeland Security (DHS), and National Security Agency (NSA) guidelines. This online cybersecurity degree program includes multiple industry-recognized certifications including those from CompTIA, CIW, EC-Council, and ISC² that are built into the curriculum and do not add time or cost—certifications that will boost your résumé as soon as you've earned them, even before you complete your Knoma Univerity degree in cybersecurity.