MBAJ 635 Information Technology Security
3 semester hours
After 9/11 and the fall of Enron-the 7th largest corporation in America-information technology security has become one of the fastest growing areas in the business world. The need to know how to protect corporate information from attacks both from terrorists and business insiders are enormous. The main objective of this course is to provide students an exposure to the complex information security management issues in the US today. This course offers business professionals a unique blend of technical knowledge and managerial training to investigate digital threats, study corporate security needs, modeling potential risk, and explore possible strategies that management can adapt to protect valuable corporate assets. Also listed as .
Credit/No Credit grading.