The goal of this course is to provide an overview of the multi-faceted, global, and interdisciplinary field of security management. It takes a view from the top and presents future managers need to know about information security. The material covered addresses the managerial aspects of information security for future managers. Examples of information security issues and practices implemented in today’s business environment are presented and skills reinforced as they are learned through hands-on activities and a real world case project. The course features numerous examples and case studies specific to security management, identifies specific security applications and examines the issues encountered within those areas. Prerequisite: DSM-920; RSC-815 (3) RESIDENCY Students will also have the opportunity receive guidance from faculty mentors in both the group and one-on-one environment in the development of the dissertation proposal.
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