ITM6100 Cybersecurity Policy, Plans, and Programs

Course Overview

Educational Level: Graduate, Master
Credit Hours: 3 Credits
Instructor: Dr. Page Varnell

Course Description:

What policies, plans and programs are necessary for a secure IT system? This course covers the purpose, application and use of cybersecurity principles, and best practices in faith based organizations. Projects include developing security policies and strategies and assessing cybersecurity programs

How This Course Benefits Students:

As a leader, are you aware of the necessary cybersecurity policies, plans and programs to keep data secure? This course is intended to be an opportunity for students to apply cybersecurity policy, plans and programs to real-life business situations, as well as, how these items impact faith-based organizations. There is also a hands-on component where case studies are evaluated and synthesized.

Why This Course Is Important:

New cybersecurity threats are identified daily. Students will be provided with practical information, best practices and case studies to help them develop necessary policies, plans and programs for a secure workplace.