cmgt230 | undergraduate
Fundamentals Of SSCP
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Networks and Communication
- Explain the basic concepts and technologies in networking and communication.
- Explain the security implications of networking and communication.
- Explain security concerns of wireless technologies.
Monitoring, Analysis, and Malicious Code
- Identify and analyze malicious code and activity.
- Operate and configure Cloud security.
- Operate and secure virtual environments.
- Describe the technologies used in access control.
- Explain how identity management works at an organizational level.
Security Operations and Administration
- Describe why information needs to be protected.
- Describe the interaction of ethics and security on a companyâs security planning and policy.
- Explain what should be monitored for information security.
- Describe the basic characteristics of malicious code activity.
Risk, Response, and Recovery
- Outline the role of risk management and assessment in information security.
- Outline the different elements of effective incident handling.
- Detail the components of Business Continuity Plan (BCP) and Disaster Recovery Plan (DRP) and reasons for using each.
- List the basic concepts of cryptography.
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