Israel stands as a world leader in the field of cyber security, driven by the knowledge of our industry experts and the pressing need for defense against constant attacks by foreign governments and criminal and terrorist organizations and individuals. The National Cyber Headquarters was created in 2012, and in 2016 the National Cyber Directorate was established. At the same time, businesses, both large and small, have continued to struggle with the evolving landscape of cyber threats, with organizations of all kinds at risk.
Phenomena such as cyber fraud, information theft, and cyber attacks on organizations have become increasingly common in recent years. While in the past, only large entities were targeted by hackers, today, even small companies find themselves at risk of cyber attacks.
Ono Academic College’s MBA Specialization in Cyber Security and Forensics program encompasses the main elements of preventing, managing, and mitigating cyber crises. The synergy between foundational MBA studies and cyber security is more important than ever with the rise of cyber threats in the business landscape. Students will learn how companies must act to deal with cyber crises and their impact on their business and economic aspects.
Those who complete the program receive a certificate indicating their specialization in addition to their diploma.
The program can be completed in just one year!
Program courses include:
As part of the program, you can complete an elective course, which grants a certificate on behalf of Ono Academic College, showing that you are a graduate of the Data Protection Officer (DPO) course.
Students will also receive a certificate confirming that they have completed the required studies for certification as a Cyber Protection Implementer.
The academic director is the former head of enforcement at the Privacy Authority.
Vice Dean for Research, Faculty of Business Administration. Lecturer and researcher in data mining.
Head of Information Systems and Technology Entrepreneurship (MBA), Faculty of Business Administration
Undergraduate degree from a recognized academic institution with an average of 80 or higher.
A. Undergraduate degree from a recognized academic institution with an average between 70-79 and after passing an admissions interview.
B. Undergraduate degree from a recognized academic institution and passing an admissions interview along with relevant managerial/professional/employment experience or an undergraduate degree from abroad with a certificate from the Ministry of Education, the Department for the Evaluation of Degrees and Diplomas. Phone: 02-5601684.
* Applications of graduates of academic institutions abroad (including branches) will be examined on a case-by-case basis.
Professional certificates upon graduation: