Certified Blockchain Enterprise Professional
Certified Blockchain Enterprise Professional
Revolutionize Tech Leadership: Elevate as a Certified Blockchain Enterprise Professional
The Certified Blockchain Enterprise Professional program elevates your understanding of blockchain technology, empowering you to redefine the frontiers of the tech world. This advanced curriculum extends beyond the foundational Certified Blockchain Enterprise Advocate program, plunging you into eight new subjects such as DevOps, Cyber Risk, Data Protection Regulations, Blockchain Scrum Master and Blockchain Architecture.
Designed to foster in-depth expertise, the program combines 19 meticulously curated courses, bi-monthly instructor AMAs, two intensive live workshops, and culminates with three certification exams to affirm your proficiency. With subjects ranging from the fundamentals of DevOps and Information Security to the complexities of Blockchain Architecture, you’ll acquire comprehensive knowledge needed to drive blockchain initiatives.
Courses in this Certificate Program
- 90 Total Hours
- OnDemand: 55 Hours
- LIVE: 35 Hours
- 3 Exam Vouchers
- Tuition: $2,495
Upcoming LIVE Instruction Dates
Live Web3 AMA Learn alongside your web3 peers and subject matter experts. Friday, September 29, 2023...September 29 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
CRYPTO TRADING COMPETITION Does your trading team have what it takes to be at the top of the leaderb...October 3 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
LIVE – Enterprise Blockchain Strategy Workshop Tuesday, October 10, 2023, at 1 PM EST 3 Hours ...October 10 @ 11:00 am - 2:00 pm
Blockchain for Business Program Objectives
Upon successful completion of this intensive program, participants will be able to:
Comprehensive understanding of DevOps and its role in blockchain technology development.
Knowledge of cybersecurity risks associated with blockchain and effective mitigation strategies.
Detailed understanding of how data protection regulations like GDPR, CPRA/CCPA apply to blockchain.
Proficiency in risk management strategies for blockchain-based technology companies.
Understanding of OFAC compliance and its implications for blockchain technology.
Competence in the role and responsibilities of a Blockchain Scrum Master.
Thorough understanding of Blockchain Architecture and its impact on blockchain solutions.
Advanced knowledge of Blockchain Architecture with a focus on effective system design.
Awareness of emerging advanced blockchain use cases across various sectors.
Ability to apply program learning to real-world blockchain initiatives, showcasing leadership and innovation in the blockchain space.
Certificate of Completion
Three Certifications from the Web3 Certification Board (W3CB)
The Certified Blockchain Enterprise Professional program assumes no prior knowledge of blockchain or Web3 and gradually builds up from the fundamentals to more advanced concepts. Thus, it is also suitable for absolute beginners who are driven by curiosity and a passion for learning.
Business Executives: C-suite professionals, department heads, managers, and decision-makers in the corporate sector, who are looking to understand and harness the potential of blockchain technology in their business strategy and operations.
Technology Enthusiasts: Individuals fascinated by the world of blockchain and want to dive deep into the realm of Web3, blockchain architecture, DevOps, and compliance.
IT Professionals: Software developers, systems analysts, database administrators, IT project managers, and other tech professionals who want to broaden their skill sets and stay ahead of the curve with the latest advancements in blockchain technology.
Compliance and Risk Officers: Professionals in the areas of compliance, risk management, and data protection who need to understand blockchain’s implications in their field, especially in the areas of cybersecurity, data privacy, and regulatory compliance.
Career Changers: Individuals from non-tech backgrounds who are looking for a comprehensive course to help them transition into the exciting and rapidly evolving blockchain industry.
Entrepreneurs and Start-ups: Those who are planning to launch a blockchain-based start-up or want to incorporate blockchain technology into their existing business model.
- How is DevOps integral to the development and maintenance of blockchain technologies?
- What are the potential cyber risks associated with blockchain, and how can they be mitigated?
- How do data protection regulations like GDPR, CPRA/CCPA affect blockchain implementations?
- What risk management strategies are essential for blockchain-based technology companies?
- How does OFAC compliance intersect with blockchain technology?
- What role does a Blockchain Scrum Master play in the development and deployment of blockchain projects?
- How does understanding Blockchain Architecture contribute to more effective blockchain solutions?
- How does Blockchain Architecture 201 build upon the concepts learned in Blockchain Architecture 101?
- What advanced blockchain use cases are emerging in different industries?
- How can the skills and knowledge acquired in this program be applied to real-world blockchain initiatives?
Module 1: Understanding what Web3 is
Module 2: Why Web3
Module 3: Web3 and the Metaverse
Module 4: Blockchain Fundamentals
Module 5: Understanding DeFi
Module 6: Challenges, Risks and Ethics of Web3
Module 7: What comes after Web3?
Module 1: Blockchain Background and Basics
Module 2: Different Types of Blockchains
Module 3: Consensus
Module 4: Cryptography and Hashing
Module 5: Smart Contracts
Module 6: Blockchain Wallets
Module 7: Pros and Cons
Module 8: Public Blockchain-Based Applications
Module 9: Blockchain and Crypto Regulation
Module 10: Regulatory Reporting
Module 11: Distributed Autonomous Organizations
Module 12: Blockchain Today
Module 13: The Trilemma
Module 1: Bitcoin Overview
Module 2: Technical Limitations & Mining Introduction
Module 3: Mining
Module 4: Bitcoin vs Protocols 2.0, 3.0, 4.0…etc.
Module 5: The New Database
Module 6: Payments, Voting and other Use Cases
Module 7: What’s next?
Module 0: AI Introduction
Module 1: AI Concepts
Module 2: Blockchain Basics
Module 3: AI Use Cases
Module 4: Ethical Considerations
Module 5: Challenges and Opportunities
Module 6: The Future with AI
Module 7: Key Takeaways
Module 1: Development Essentials
Module 2: Platforms
Module 3: Hosting and Mining Decisions
Module 4: Associated Technologies
Module 5: Development Languages
Module 6: Security and Implementation Goals
Module 7: Risk Management
Module 8: Digital Transformation & Summary
Module 1: Key Management Overview
Module 2: Key Generation
Module 3: Key Management and Storage
Module 4: Risks
Module 1: Basics of Blockchain Part 1
Module 2: Basics of Blockchain Part 2
Module 3: Understanding Smart Contracts
Module 4: Blockchain Security / Risk
Module 5: Understanding ICO’s and Cryptocurrencies
Module 6: DAO
Module 7: Use case examples of how blockchains are being used today
Module 8: Blockchain Use case Solution Workshop
Module 9: Blockchain Pros and Cons
Module 10: Barriers to Adoption
Module 11: How to prepare your firm for blockchain;
Module 12: Regulatory Impact on Blockchain
Module 13: What does Blockchain Future Look Like?
Module 14: Leading in a Technological Disruptive Market
Module 1: Introduction to Digital Primitives in DeFi
Module 2: Ethereum and Smart Contracts
Module 3: Tokens and Token Standards
Module 4: Decentralized Exchanges
Module 5: Lending and Borrowing
Module 6: Advanced Topics in DeFi
Module 1: Introduction to NFTs
Module 2: Creating and Managing NFTs
Module 3: Marketplaces and Exchanges for NFTs
Module 4: Legal and Tax Implications of NFTs
Module 5: Future of NFTs and Beyond
Module 6: Create your own NFT
Module 1 – Introduction
Module 2 – Layer 1 Blockchains
Module 3 – Layer 2 Blockchains
Module 4 – Use Cases
Module 5 – Technical Aspects
Module 6 – Conclusion
Module 7 – Layer 0 and Layer 3 blockchains
Module 1: Introduction to DevOps
Module 2: The DevOps Lifecycle
Module 3: Popular DevOps Tools
Module 4: DevOps Team Structure and Roles
Module 5: DevOps and ITIL
Module 6: Implementing DevOps: Best Practices and Challenges
Module 7: DevOps Culture and Collaboration
Module 8: DevOps in the Future
Module 1: Introduction to Information Security and Cyber Risk
Module 2: Cyber Risk Assessment and Management
Module 3: Securing Networks and Systems
Module 4: Social Engineering and User Awareness
Module 5: Regulatory Compliance and Emerging Technologies
Module 1: Introduction to Risk Management and Blockchain Technology
Module 2: Regulatory and Compliance Risks
Module 3: Cybersecurity and Data Privacy Risks
Module 4: Smart Contract Risks and Auditing
Module 5: Operational and Technical Risks
Module 6: Project Management and Risk Mitigation Strategies
Module 7: Financial and Market Risks
Module 8: Human Resources and Organizational Risks
Module 1: Introduction to Data Privacy and GDPR
Module 2: GDPR Compliance
Module 3: Module: Understanding the Digital Services Act (DSA)
Module 4: Understanding the Digital Markets Act (DMA)
Module 5: CPRA and CCPA
Module 6: Other US State Privacy Laws
Module 7: Blockchain and Web3: Data Protection and Privacy
Module 8: Data Privacy in Practice
Module 9: Data Privacy in the Future
Module 1: Introduction to OFAC
Module 2: Legal and regulatory framework for OFAC compliance
Module 3: OFAC compliance policies and procedures
Module 4: Best practices for OFAC compliance in Financial Services
Module 5: Challenges and common pitfalls in OFAC compliance
Module 6: Prohibited Transactions
Module 7: Case studies and examples of OFAC enforcement actions
Module 8: Conclusion and wrap-up
Module 1: Introduction to Blockchain Scrum Master
Module 2: Agile Economics, Managing, Options, Myths and Benefits
Module 3: Scrum Master Role, Scrum Roles, Teams, Basics
Module 4: Iteration Basics and Elements
Module 5: Blockchain Elements Leadership
Module 1: Blockchain Introduction, revisited
Module 2: Development Languages and Tools
Module 3: Consensus Deep Dive
Module 4: The Blockchain Trilemma
Module 5: Blockchain Security Overview
Module 1: Blockchain Security Deep-Dive
Module 2: The Regulatory Landscape
Module 3: Risk Management
Module 4: Blockchain Solution Architecture Considerations
Module 5: Blockchain Governance Concerns
Module 6: Blockchain in the Real World
- Dates: Rolling Enrollmen
- Location: OnDemand & LIVE Online
- Tuition: $2,495
- Tuition Assistance
- 90 Total Hours
- Module Quizzes and Knowledge Checks
- Guest Lectures & Networking
- Student Orientation
- LIVE Online Instructor AMAs
- LIVE Workshops
- 3 EXAM VOUCHERS – W3CB CERTIFICATIONS
The material covered in this course contributes to 100% of the Focus Areas as defined in the Web3 Certification Association (W3CB) Exam Competencies.
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