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(Formerly MIS3620 Computer and Network Security)
4 Advanced Liberal Arts Credits
**Students who took this as MIS3620 cannot register for this course**
Teaches students the relevance of, purpose to and means behind establishing higher security levels for computers and associated networks. The nature of various security breaches including hacker attacks, email worms and computer viruses are explored. Management's responses including policy and procedure creation, risk management assessment and personnel training program design among others are examined. The tools of both security violators and protectors are explored. This course probes deeply into technical aspects of the hardware and software required to support computer networks. The course uses a combination of readings, case studies, class discussion and guest speakers for learning.
Prerequisites: (SME2012 or OIM2000) and (QTM1000 or AQM1000)
- Program: Undergraduate
- Division: Operations and Information Management
- Level: Advanced Elective (UGrad),Advanced Liberal Arts (UGrad)
- Course Number: OIM3620
- Number of Credits: 4