IT2030C Info Sec & Assurance Spring 2018 Syllabus(3) (1).docx

IT2030C Info Sec & Assurance Spring 2018 Syllabus(3) (1).docx

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Information Security and Assurance Syllabus: Spring 2018 Semester Course Title Information Security and Assurance Course # 2181-IT2030C, 001 Day/Time Online Classroom Online Instructor Dr. Aziz Bahha Email [email protected] Canopy (Blackboard Course Site) Office Hours Monday & Wednesday, 2:20 PM - 4:20 PM Phone 513-558-5299 Faculty Service Center 513-732-5335 Electronic Communication Policy: All emails should be sent via Blackboard, Tools, Send Email link. Blackboard automatically attaches the course information to the email and ensures that the instructor can identify it quickly. Course Description: An introduction to the various technical and administrative aspects of information security and assurance. This course provides the foundation for understanding the key issues associated with protecting information assets, determining the levels of protection and response to security incidents, and designing a consistent, reasonable information security system, with appropriate intrusion detection and reporting features. Pre-Requisites: None Important Dates to Remember: January 8, 2018 UC Clermont Classes Begin January 15, 2018 Holiday: Dr. Martin Luther King Jr January 23, 2018 Last day to Drop Class with 100% refund March 12 – 18, 2018 Spring Break March 23, 2018 Last day to withdraw from classes April 20, 2018 Last day of classes April 21 - 26, 2018 Final Exam Week 1
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Learning Outcomes: Upon completion of this course, students will be able to: Identify and prioritize information assets. Identify and prioritize threats to information assets. Define an information security strategy and architecture. Plan for and respond to intruders in an information system Identify types of ethical issues regarding the use of information technology in our daily lives Know/understand the security- and privacy-related Federal/State/Local government- wide and organization-specific laws, regulations, policies, guidelines, and standards, and how to apply them Present a disaster recovery plan for recovery of information assets after an incident Required Textbook and Lab: Title Fundamentals of Information Systems Security 3e Author David Kim & Michael Solomon Publisher Jones & Bartlett Learning ISBN 9781284116458 Lab Access Code Coupon Code: ISSA17 Optional Reference: Title Elementary Information Security Author Richard Smith Publisher Jones & Bartlett Learning ISBN 978-1284108385 Note: ALL LABS: MAKE A SCREEN CAPTURE SHOWING ALL DETAIL INCLUDE YOUR NAME. Due to the changing nature of the material the instructor reserves the right to introduce new concepts/topics not included in the textbook. This optional resource is not required for this class. Required Class-Lab Material (Supplies): Non Final Exam Period: April 21 - 26, 2018 2
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Class Grading: Points Activities Total Points 100 15 Quizzes 1500 100 10 Lab Assignments 1000 100 3 Discussion Board Assignments 300 100 Comprehensive Final Project 100 100 Comprehensive Final Exam 100 3000 Grading Scale: 90% to 100% 2700 - 3000 A 80% to 89% 2400-2699 B 70% to 79% 2100-2399 C 60% to 69% 1800-2099 D 59% or below 0-1799 F Notes on Grades: Grades are not “curved,” do your best the first time!
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