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IA 202L - Risk-Vulnerability Analysis (Gen Ed Area V LBC)

Tools, techniques, and methodologies in performing computer system and network security vulnerability-risk analyses. “Security best practices” and audit requirements for specific environments will be studied. Topics to be covered include internal and external penetration tests, wireless security technology, risk and analysis methodology, and security audits.

Credit Hours: 3 hrs

This course has been approved as a General Education Program “Learning Beyond the Classroom, Group 4: Career and Professional Development” course.

This course will assist students in their career preparation as information system security managers.  Upon successful completion of this course, students should be able to:

-demonstrate risk management and risk analysis

-demonstrate vulnerability assessment techniques

-demonstrate threat analysis techniques

-plan vulnerability assessment, threat assessment, and risk analysis projects

-apply risk management principles throughout the software and systems development life cycles to include continuity

-demonstrate incident handling, continuity, and disaster recovery techniques

-define network security assessment and accreditation techniques




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