cyb205 | undergraduate
This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Threats to Information: How Information and Systems Can Be Compromised
- Provide examples of threats to the edge, internal network, and other access points.
- Identify the most common threats to data and systems.
Protecting Information: Protective Controls
- Identify and describe the different access controls used to protect data.
- Explain cryptography and how it is used to protect data and data use.
- Identify defenses against malware.
Comprehensive Security Policies
- Explain the importance of a comprehensive security policy.
- Explain the contents of a comprehensive security policy.
- Compare premise and cloud security policy needs.
- Differentiate among administrative, technical, preventative, detective, and responsive controls.
- Describe the meaning of business continuation.
- Describe how risks can be transferred to cloud providers.
- Identify risks associated with using the cloud.
- Generate a cost/benefit analysis.
Assets, Vulnerabilities, Threats, and Risks
- Describe information required for an asset inventory.
- Identify and describe software and hardware vulnerabilities.
- List the threats to various assets.
- Examine an example business for potential IT risks.
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