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Viewing: PSCS 3100 : Principles of Cybersecurity

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College of Professional Studies
Prof Studies-Cybersecurity (PSCS)
PSCS
3100
Principles of Cybersecurity
Principles of Cybersecurity
Fall 2017
4
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Lecture
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Basic principles and concepts in information security and information assurance; technical, operational, and organizational issues of securing information systems.
 Define key terms, explain essential concepts, and understand the origins of the field.
 Articulate key laws that shape the field of information security.
 Identify various authentication and access control methods.
 List various intrusion detection and prevention systems.
 Describe basic threats to an information system and analyze cybersecurity incidents;
 Evaluate countermeasures to determine the best protective measures and categorize various types of malicious code;
 Define common vulnerabilities in information systems and networks;
 Communicate effectively and work collaboratively
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