Cyber Policy Project

Course Description

A Master’s Project dealing with a student’s area of concentration on Cyber Security and Information Assurance policy is presented to a review panel for evaluation and approval. In-depth focus on security policy definition, regulations and framework including asset classification, control, personnel security, physical, environmental, communications, operations management, access control, systems development and maintenance, disaster recovery and business continuity policies and procedures. Specific regulatory emphasis is placed on defense, financial, healthcare, critical infrastructure, educational and small business sectors.

Learning Outcomes

  • Create an Information Security Policy Policy definition and elements.
  • Evaluate and Create Information Security Policy Regulations and Framework.
  • Create Information Security Regulatory Sector Specific Policy.
  • Evaluate, differentiate and create policies for Department of Defense, Financial, Healthcare, Critical infrastructure, educational and small business.


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