ITM6130 Advanced Information Systems Security

Course Overview

Educational Level: Graduate, Master
Credit Hours: 3 Credits
Instructor: Dr. Kris Jamsa

Course Description:

This course will explore security challenges and threats and how to protect systems against attacks. The topics for this course will include: system administrators and leaders supporting organizational goals, security threats, todays information systems problems and solutions, and secure systems and networks.

How This Course Benefits Students:

According to Schools.com the outlook for systems security is on the rise. With the threat of cyberattacks increasing day by day, the future looks extremely bright for those looking for computer security specialist jobs. The BLS projects 37 percent growth in these positions (much faster than average) during the 2012-2022 period. The federal government, in particular, is expected to significantly increase its use of these professionals, as is health care as the nation expands its use of electronic medical records (Schools.com).

Why This Course Is Important:

Students will gain the knowledge security threats and how to handle various situations and attacks. Students will also explore various theories, principles and strategies in this course and apply these tools to real world situations. Stents will benefit from this course and allow God to have a hand in their future plans within a career or missions work within their own community or anywhere Gods path take them around the world.