This course provides students with the fundamentals of information assurance and common security architectures with a discussion of policy, legal, ethics, and compliance. It addresses risks, security models, access controls, and legal relationships to systems such as DMZs, proxy servers, cascading, dependencies and secure network design. It also addresses HIPAA, FERPPA, the Computer Security Act, Sarbanes-Oxley, privacy, payment cards, etc. as well as State, U.S and International standards.
|Security & Info Assurance||Section 001||Thea Glenn|
|Security & Info Assurance||Section W01||Thea Glenn|