Information Systems Infrastructure Security Management
COM SCI X 420.3
This security course covers physical and logical security over data centers and offices. It defines a management program that protects assets across all levels of tech and core components that support that technology.
Starting at $995.00
As few as 11 weeks
What you can learn.
- Create, develop, test, and maintain a disaster recovery and business resumption plan for a client
- Identify and plan for threats to the information infrastructure
- Learn how to successfully conduct a risk assessment
About this course:
This security course covers physical and logical security over datacenters, buildings, and offices. It defines a management program that protects assets across all levels of technology and the core components that support that technology. In addition, the course analyzes hacking methodology and how to create a functioning IT Infrastructure program for businesses, whether large or small, and includes change management scenarios and how to approach daily business security issues from an IT perspective. Much of the challenge of IT security remains the fundamental fact that management does not see it as a profit center and as long as there has been no reported breach there is clearly nothing to worry about. With this as a starting point, you investigate how best to explore the myriad options for network security.
Winter 2019 Schedule
These courses are fully online, and there are no in-person classroom meetings.
Future Offering (Opens 05 Nov 2018 12:00:00 AM)
Instructor: Gary Sevelin
Enrollment limited. Enrollment deadline: January 14, 2019. Internet access required. Materials required.
No refunds after January 21, 2019
Management of Network Security by Houston Carr
©2009 Prentice Hall
Disaster Recovery: Principles and Practices by April Wells
Principles of Incident Response and Disaster Recovery by Michael E. Whitman
©2013 Cengage Learning
Disaster Recovery Planning: Preparing for the Unthinkable (3rd Edition) by Jon William Toigo
©2002 Prentice Hall
(Optional) Business Continuity Planning: A Step-by-Step Guide With Planning Forms by Kenneth L. Fulmer
©2015 Rothstein Publishing