||CYB602 - Threat Mitigation Policy/Audit
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Security awareness, education and organizational security policy are examined. Includes formal security models. Programming security and physical security are considered. Particularly physical security threat management. Security auditing is discussed as well as legal and ethical issues.
|Course Learning Outcomes:
- Compare and contrast the benefits of Intrusion Detection and Intrusion Prevention systems.
- Compare and contrast the usage of trusted computing and multilevel security models.
- Analyze enterprise physical and logical security policies and best practices.
- Evaluate global right-to-privacy legislation and internet practice.
- Summarize security auditing techniques.
- Recommend security policy from a management and risk assessment perspective.
- Using virtualization implement multi-factor authentication.
|Specified Program Learning Outcomes:
- Analyze and evaluate multiple risk assessment methods and strategies.
- Assess, from both a national and global perspective, the relative demands of Internet-openness, legislation and law-enforcement, and individual right-to-privacy.
- Conduct in-depth research into a specific CSIA topic, including finding and integrating relevant research results of others.
- Devise a mitigation plan against both external and internal vulnerabilities to enterprise computer infrastructures and sensitive digital assets.
- Differentiate among the models, architectures, challenges and global legal constraints of secure electronic commerce technologies used to ensure transmission, processing and storage of sensitive information.
- Evaluate and contrast the impact of diverse ethical perspectives, cultural customs and organizational political dynamics on CSIA.
- Evaluate the results of a security assessment to assess the security status of a network or computer system.
- Generate critical thinking in analysis and synthesis of enterprise and global CSIA issues through effective individual and team graduate-level written and oral assignments.
- Integrate project development skills in producing a security system.
- Integrate systems-level-infrastructure thinking into CSIA problem identification and resolution, and effectively communicate the solution
- Prescribe how to provide message privacy, integrity, authentication and non-repudiation using network security practices and infrastructure hardening techniques.
- Produce a successful project using project development skills.
- Support multiple risk assessment strategies and processes to maximize effectiveness and minimize costs of CSIA in a high assurance information system.
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Ethical behavior in the classroom is required of every student. The course will identify ethical policies and practices relevant to course topics.
Students are expected to be competent in using current technology appropriate for this discipline. Such technology may include word processing, spreadsheet, and presentation software. Use of the internet and e-mail may also be required.
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