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Lecture | Information Systems

ISA 3710 - International Issues in Information Security and Assurance

Summary

This course explores emerging international issues in information security and assurance. It provides content about the interaction between the organization, society, and public agencies across national boundaries. It examines the role of people versus technical security as currently debated by contemporary organizations from multiple cultures and nations. Each semester, the specifics of this course will be developed to leverage the current international information security landscape and the context of the scheduled course offering.


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

Prerequisites

Prerequisite: Business Majors: Sophomore GPA Requirement ; Non-business Majors: Completion of 60 semester hours and permission of the Coles College of Business.

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