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Title Information Systems Security Course
Version Info Version 1 , submitted by hislop on 5/11/2012 at 9:30 AM
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Module Identifier hislop.2012.1
Abstract This course provides an introduction to information systems security. The course considers security from the high level down. Specific topics covered in class include fraud, risk, information protection, business continuity, network security, auditing, secure software development, and security planning and governance. The course material is taken mainly from the professional certificates: Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) and Certified Information Security Manager (CISM).
The course offers theoretical and practical components within the classroom and project assignments. Lectures provide an overview on each topic. A medical case study and workbook enable students to apply the lecture material in class. The medical HIPAA security regulation is exemplary in that it requires attention to both privacy and security. For project work, students will work in small groups to delve into real-world security problems associated with a local organization.
Size Other: 15 weeks
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SEEK Categories

  1. Product assurance (QUA.pda)

Authors

  1. Susan Lincke

Prerequisites

  1. Programming fundamentals

Learning Objectives

  1. Knowledge - Knowledge of concepts and issues of information systems security

Topics

  1. Fraud
  2. HIPAA
  3. User Security Awareness
  4. Risk
  5. Business Continuity & Disaster Recovery
  6. Data Security
  7. Network Security
  8. Physical & Personnel Security

Materials

  1. Syllabus (Word) 0.00/5 [Rate Material]

   

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