cyb110 | undergraduate
Foundations Of Security
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Introduction to Threats and Defenses of Systems
- Differentiate between threats, risks, and vulnerabilities.
- Secure an operating system.
- List different types of malware and attack vectors.
Threats and Defenses of Online Interactions
- Identify threats posed by using a web browser.
- Explain risks associated with online social networking.
- Use security procedures when interacting online and utilizing email.
Threats and Defenses of Network Connections, Mobile, and Cloud Computing
- Outline the threats and defenses of network connections, mobile devices, and cloud computing services.
- Explain methods used to protect network connections and mobile devices.
- Identify how cloud computing services function and methods used to protect them.
Introduction to Data Backup and Disaster Recovery
- List data backup tools and processes.
- Define secure backup policies and procedures.
- Relate business continuity and disaster recovery plans to an organizationâs security.
Data Security Fundamentals
- Relate how foundational concepts: Confidentiality, Integrity, and Availability (CIA) of data and systems interact and affect each other.
- Identify ways to protect data at rest, data in transit, and processing.
- Explain access control techniques.
- Outline policies to enforce security.
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