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Lecture | Information Systems

ISA 3300 - Management of Information Security in a Global Environment

Summary

This course provides a detailed examination of the administration of the information security function beginning with the strategic planning process and including an examination of the policies, procedures, and staffing functions necessary to organize and administrate ongoing security functions in the organization. Subjects include security practices, security architecture security in light of international regulation, competition, and operating environments is emphasized througout the course.

Notes: Offered as an online course.

Number of credit hours per week 3
Presence of students On-campus and on-line

Prerequisites

Prerequisite: Business Majors: Sophomore GPA Requirement and a grade of “C” or better in ISA 3100; Non-business Majors: A grade of “C” or better in ISA 3100 and permission of the Coles College of Business.

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