New Short Courses on Hot Tech Topics from IEEE Computer Society

Mar 02, 2016, 17:13 ET from IEEE Computer Society

LOS ALAMITOS, Calif., March 2, 2016 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- IEEE Computer Society introduces TechLeader Quartos, a series of top trending technology eLearning courses offered as independent or packaged training modules taught by the industry's leading experts.

Quartos, uniquely structured into easy-to-learn "bytes" of information, have been developed in response to industry reports revealing a demand for shorter-length course programs on leading-edge technology topics.  Complete with formalized testing to demonstrate skill mastery, Quartos short knowledge courses include the opportunity to earn professional development hours and continuing education units per Quarto completion. 

Quartos training topics are continuously being updated in response to technology developments. Current topics include:

  • Application-Screen Masking: A Hybrid Approach
  • Big Data Privacy in the Internet of Things
  • Cyberhuman Security
  • Denial and Deception in Cyber Defense
  • Digital Data Grows into Big Data
  • Inferring Mobile User Status with Usage Cues
  • Internet of Things: Making the Hype a Reality
  • Internet of Things: Perspectives
  • Protecting Websites from Attack with secure Delivery Networks

Pricing for Quartos courses start at price of $19.95 for members and $29.95 for non-members. Special pricing is available for teams, groups and organizations.

Visit for all Quartos information, including a Quartos course demo.

About IEEE Computer Society

IEEE Computer Society, the computing industry's unmatched source for technology information and career development, offers a comprehensive array of industry-recognized products, services and professional opportunities.  Known as the community for technology leaders, IEEE Computer Society's vast resources include membership, publications, a renowned digital library, training programs, conferences, and top-trending technology events. Visit for more information on all products and services.


SOURCE IEEE Computer Society