Management and Security

Course Description

Study of organizational management, network infrastructures and information, including information risk analysis, threats, vulnerabilities and protection methods. Analyze a business enterprises information management security risks and vulnerabilities and prepare a comprehensive security plan for Intranet, Extranet and Internet infrastructures.

Learning Outcomes

  • Design information infrastructures to reduce organizational vulnerability to threats.
  • Perform risk analysis methodologies to assess security issues from end users to the enterprise.
  • Evaluate security threats to an information system ad suggest countermeasures.
  • Adopt and implement information system countermeasures, disaster recovery plans, and back-up systems.
  • Measure the effectiveness of organizational security policies and procedures.

Prerequisites

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