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IS 371. Policy Development and Security Issues in Information Systems

Credits: 3
Department: Information Systems
Description: Development of security policy in line with legal requirements. Risk management, security planning, contingency/disaster planning, auditing, TEMPEST compliance and on-going evaluation through the system life cycle.
Prerequisites: IS 352, IS 353, CNA 397, or CSCI 310
Semester Offered: Fall
Grading Method: ABCDF

Student Learning Outcomes

1. State and apply the comprehensive model of Information Assurance.
2. List several security threats within the area of information systems.
3. Apply commonly used security measures in the area of information systems.
4. Formulate a comprehensive security policy for information systems.
5. Formulate a contingency/disaster recovery policy for information systems.
6. Determine if a security policy is in line with the legal constraints.
7. Define a trusted system.
8. Apply government standards to security policy information.

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