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IA 103 - Information Security Overview


A study of the fundamentals of information assurance and security design principles that provide students with the basic knowledge necessary to help create and manage systems that may be trusted. Topics include threats and adversaries, vulnerabilities and risks, basic risk assessment. security life-cycle, intrusions detection and prevention systems, cryptography, data security, security models, access control models, confidentiality, integrity, availability, access, authentication, authorization, non-repudiation, privacy, security mechanisms, separation of domains, isolation, encapsulation, least privilege, simplicity of design, minimization of implementation, fails safe defaults/fail secure, modularity, and usability.

Credit 3 hrs Normal (A-F)
May not be repeated for additional credit

Course Rotation: Fall and Winter

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Restriction by Class - Undergraduate standing

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Keywords: information assurance 
Updates: Change to description 2/2016, effective Fall 2016; Change to dept. 6/2014; 2/2011


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