cmgt245 | undergraduate
Is Security Concepts
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Cryptography, Social Engineering, and Security Issues
- Explain general cryptography concepts.
- Describe various attacks, and techniques and tools to discover security threats and vulnerabilities.
- Define environmental and physical security and controls.
- Define Social Engineering attacks and their impact/effectiveness.
Business Continuity & Disaster Recovery
- Discuss the importance of Disaster Recovery Planning.
- Discuss the security implications of integrating systems and data with third parties.
- Explain basic forensic procedures.
- Describe incident response procedures.
Secure Networks and Access Control
- Discuss the security configuration parameters on network devices and other technologies.
- Define secure network administration principles.
- Explain Authentication, Authorization and Access Control and the implications.
Wireless, Cloud, and Application Security
- Define issues related to wireless security.
- Discuss network design elements such as Cloud and Virtualization that can be security risks.
- Explain application security controls.
Assessment and Management
- Explain the importance of risk related concepts.
- Select the appropriate mitigation technique given a situation.
- Describe risk management best practices.
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