Thank You Mr. Richard White for making a hard course seems easy and enlighten us specially about the "it's all about the terrorist" notion people have when it comes to Homeland Security.
You changed up the last question. You originally identified 16 critical infrastructures. Could you please email me the first question and solution? Thank you! I loved the course!
By A A•
Although this course is hard enough but the materials provided by instructor was very effective.
By Anna J•
Some information was, for a non-US citizen, too much specific. Overall really nice course.
By Muhammad S Z•
Provides a good overview of Homeland Security and its connection with Cyber Security
By John W M I•
I only wish the course required mandatory discussions.
By Evans M•
Very brief and concise. Easy to understand
By Chenliang Y•
too academic, and only focus on America
By Eyal S•
Basic, need more interesting scenarios
By Daniel A D•
Interesting and relevant content
By Joy S•
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By Bryan C•
Overall this is a good course and the instructor is easy to listen to and learn from. It is more about government processes and the history that spured government actions than a cybersecurity connection but interesting and well put together. If it had been titled "Homeland Security: Protecting our Infrastrcuture" or something similar it would have gotten 4 starts from me but it seems to be trying to cash in on the high level of cybersecurity interest in the industry.
By Andrew S•
Truly Basic Introduction. Videos could be updated and active professor or moderator participation would be an excellent addition. I still learned quite a bit with the readings that were available throughout the course and would consider taking another course with the professor.
By Eduardo P•
First question of the last project exam was pointless. It was more an opinion than a fact. It was difficult to get the last exam right because with just two questions you have to get it all right.
By Jan S•
Good introduction, to the specialization
By Chana L S•
Not what I was looking for . . .