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MIS 680

Introduction to Information Assurance

4 Graduate credits
Effective May 7, 2007 – Present

Graduation requirements this course fulfills

Modern organizations operate in a net-centric world. New information technologies arrive at lightning speed, allowing us to share information across town, across the country, and around the world faster than ever before. Organizations in both the public and private sectors organizations suffer from not realizing the value of the information assets they manage. This class will present and provide an introduction to information assurance (IA) and explore a wide range of business services and how they are impacted by IA issues. Topics covered include: How to assess risks and develop a security policy for operational integrity. Learning outcomes for this course include: Defining the roles and responsibilities of technical and non-technical participants in Enterprise systems development and utilization; The applications of information technology in business organizations and managerial decision making; Knowing associated ethical and societal implications; Understanding how emerging technologies pose risks to organizations; and Defining how providing information assurance solutions will keep our information systems safe from harm. At the macro level, the course will also address national security considerations.

Learning outcomes

Spring 2020

Section Title Instructor
21 Introduction to Information Assurance Jin, Simon Books Course details

Fall 2020

Section Title Instructor
50 Introduction to Information Assurance Morrison, Robert L Books Course details