Rutgers University recently launched a new and innovative learning opportunity through The Cybersecurity Certificate Program, guided by industry leaders, educational experts, practitioners and thought leaders – a learning experience that is designed to “get you there faster.”
On March 13, 2018, Dominic Grillo, President of Atrion Communication
Resources, Inc. in Branchburg NJ was invited to be a member of the Rutgers
Cybersecurity Advisory Board and was quickly accepted after a thorough
interview process intended to vet member candidates.
What is it?
The Rutgers University Cybersecurity Certificate Program is a 4-day, hands-on immersion course where students and professionals learn to apply principles and techniques that drive success in the digital age. Second to their employees, an organization’s most important asset is its data. In a world where internal and external threats represent real risks to a company’s ability to complete in a digital economy, building and developing this specific toolset is one’s roadmap for activating this learning experience at their organization.
As a member of the Advisory Board, Dominic Grillo makes a number of contributions to the School, including:
• Preserving and enhancing the reputation and quality of the School through strategic review of credit and noncredit offerings to the community, as well as helping to build value to the business community.
• Offering the benefits of his experience to the Rutgers faculty and students through occasional classroom visits, forums, and conferences; the creation of internship opportunities and input on Rutgers Programs.
• Promoting Rutgers’ goal of linking industry with academia to help ensure the work is relevant and benefits the business community.