Cyber Security Project III

Course Description

CYB 699C Cyber Security Project III Prerequisites: CYB 699B Master’s level project dealing with a student’s area of specialization in the Cyber Security and Information Assurance program. The students will create an original project with practical applications using cybersecurity policy, regulatory, and testing frameworks. Project management technqiues and collaboration will be emphasized along with the ethical and legal aspects of the project. Project results will be presented to a panel for review. Grading is by H, S, or, U only.

Learning Outcomes

  • Implement the correct methodology or framework to create a Cybersecurity solution.
  • Demonstrate methods of project management, team building, and collaboration.
  • Present the completed project to project advisers and stakeholders for review.

Prerequisites

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