COEN 250 Information Security Management
Catalog Description: Techniques and technologies of information and data security. Managerial aspects of computer security and risk management. Security services. Legal and ethical issues. Security processes, best practices, accreditation, and procurement. Security policy and plan development and enforcement. Contingency, continuity, and disaster recovery planning. Preparation for design and administration of a complete, consistent, correct, and adequate security program.. (2 units)
Course Objective: To identify, plan and implement a complete, consistent and correct security program and architecture aimed at protecting the assets of the organization and based on a thorough understanding of the risks, technologies and management practices found within the computer industry.
The School of Engineering Honor's Code applies to this class. If you find yourself in a situation where you do not know whether what you are planning to do is O.K. and you cannot reach me in time, go ahead, but tell.
The usual SCU policies apply for necessary or desirable accomodations. The burden is on the student to inform the instructor of any reasons to adjust teaching and policies to particular circumstances in a timely manner.
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