CMSI 664 Advanced Cybersecurity Management

3 semester hours

Systems engineering approaches to cybersecurity in modern, highly networked organizations in the private and public sectors. NIST formal framework of terms, concepts, and methods. Creation of realistic threat models and vulnerability assessments for enterprises of different types. Comprehensive coverage of benefits and limitations for extant host-based or network-based technologies including anti-virus software, malware detection, intrusion detection and prevention, firewalls, denial of service attack mitigation, encryption, network monitoring, and automatic audit tools. Optimal combination of management procedures and controls with key technologies. Best practice frameworks such as OWASP Top 10 and STIGS, and resources from institutions such as CERT, NIST, and SANS.

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