ITM6110 Issues & Methods in Faith-Based & NGO Cybersecurity

Course Overview

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

Course Description:

What are specific concerns and issues with cybersecurity and faith-based organizations and NGOs? Students will develop and evaluate advanced concepts in cybersecurity and information assurance. Areas of focus include security policies, models, integrity, and availability of information. Students will evaluate case studies and complete projects designed to prevent, detect and recover from the loss of information, cryptography, vulnerability scanning, and web services for preserving information security.

How This Course Benefits Students:

How can leaders ensure that their technology systems and data are secure? This course will be a Masters level evaluation of cybersecurity as it relates to management of faith-based organizations for the student. Students will develop plans and models, as well as, evaluate and synthesize plans and models.

Why This Course Is Important:

Cybersecurity threats are evolving and gaining strength daily. Students will work directly with a faith based organization or through a case study to develop and evaluate cybersecurity programs.