sec401 | undergraduate
Threat And Vulnerability Management
This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Managing Vulnerabilities and Applying Countermeasures
- Examine the application of countermeasures for physical, personal, and information security threats.
- Recall testing and measurement methods, reliability, and validity for meeting security goals, objectives, and metrics.
- Evaluate the effectiveness of physical, personal, and information security systems.
- Assess overall strengths and weakness of a comprehensive security system.
- Perform a cost-benefit analysis to include actual benefits as well as estimated benefits through deterrence.
- Examine risk management options for security.
- Create plans for countermeasures, recovery, and operational back-up.
- Evaluate the pros and cons of working from a floor plan for security application.
- Determine risks and vulnerability associated with work behaviors.
- Research and evaluate physical security measures in the greater area, surrounding area, on a facility premises and within an organization's area of responsibility.
- Evaluate internal security risks and vulnerabilities.
- Identify vulnerabilities associated with information systems, technology, and cyber threats.
- Research and determine vulnerabilities related to physical terrain or geographic location.
- Assess security measures used by businesses, facilities, organizations, or individuals.
Criminal Activity and Terrorism
- Assess the deterrent effect on crime and terrorist activity associated with the application of a methodical and comprehensive security plan.
- Analyze case studies involving crimes against property.
- Compare the benefits and limitations of prevention vs. enforcement.
- Evaluate case studies involving crimes against persons.
- Analyze incidents of terrorist activity and assess vulnerabilities associated with each target or asset.
Principles of Emergency Management
- Identify the various elements required for an emergency management plan.
- Examine the concept of preparedness and describe the symbiotic relationship this has with effective security management.
- Evaluate potential risks and emergency management countermeasures for nature-made incidents.
- Evaluate potential risks and emergency management countermeasures for human-made incidents.
- Identify key personnel and describe the benefits of an emergency management team.
- Determine what human and tangible resources are needed and available for emergency response contingencies.
- Evaluate the issues and vulnerabilities associated with emergency response to include training, resource allocation, and supervision.
- Assess the elements of a comprehensive evaluation process for an emergency management plan and describe how after-action reports can affect the security assessment process.
Threat and Risk Assessment
- Estimate the probability and criticality of threats to determine risk.
- Evaluate the process and various steps of a security risk assessment.
- Identify types of assets and loss implications.
- Identify methods of collecting intelligence and identifying potential threats.
- Determine general and specific types of threats to which businesses, facilities, organizations or individuals might be exposed.
- Identify the value of prioritizing threats based on risk.
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