ITEC-466 Cybersecurity Risk Management (3)
Information security is rapidly becoming a critical aspect of corporate life that business professionals cannot afford to be unaware of. The potential risks associated with various and increasingly diverse digital security breaches are on the rise and the related recovery costs are very great. This course focuses on three key areas: the risks associated with information management in the digital economy; the most effective personal and business practices to manage these risks; and the associated information forensics to understand where and how information can be traced. Individual, corporate, and national/global aspects of information security risks are covered, as well as issues related to risk understanding, assessment, and management, corporate governance, and incident response. Crosslist: ITEC-666. Prerequisite: DATA-312, GOVT-310, ITEC-200, JLC-280, or PSYC-313.
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