ITC482 Subject Outline 200940

ITC482 Subject Outline 200940 - Study Centre Sydney...

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Study Centre Sydney INTERNAL SUBJECT OUTLINE 2009-40 ITC482 - Computer Management and Security Subject Outline Faculty of Business Subject Lecturer Phillip Kanzanis Email: phillip_kazanis@yahoo.com.au Lecture Monday 5-9pm Lab 53 Tutorials The weekly instruction in this subject will consist of a combined lecture /tutorial lasting up to 4 hours which will occur every Monday. This will cover the main points from each topic. Consultation To Be Advised The information in this study package has been adapted from the original materials provided by Charles Sturt University. Contact information, assessment items and due dates may have been changed with the approval of the Charles Sturt University subject convenor so that they better fit the specific situation of the local partner.
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1 ITC482 Computer Management & Security FACULTY OF BUSINESS Subject Outline 200940 *ITC482*
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2 Computer Management & Security ITC482 Subject Outline Faculty of Business Subject lecturer Phillip Kazanis Session offering Autumn Session 2009 (23 February - 26 June)
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3 Produced by Learning Materials Centre, Charles Sturt University, Albury - Bathurst - Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, Australia. Published November 2008 Mailing Information This subject has one mailing consisting of: Subject Outline Study Guide Printed at Charles Sturt University © Charles Sturt University Previously published material in this book is copied on behalf of Charles Sturt University pursuant to Part VB of the Commonwealth Copyright Act 1968
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4 Contents ITC482 Computer Management & Security 5 Welcome 5 Your subject coordinator Error! Bookmark not defined. Contact procedures Error! Bookmark not defined. University policies and regulations 5 Subject details 6 Introduction 6 Learning objectives 6 Subject content 6 Resources 7 Prescribed text(s) 7 Electronic communication 7 Library services 8 Subject requirements 8 Pass/fail requirements 8 Grades 9 Collaboration on assessment 9 Plagiarism 9 Subject delivery 11 Schedule 11 Teaching and support strategies 11 Online forum participation 12 Submission of assessment tasks 12 Faxed/emailed assessment tasks 12 Penalties for late submission of assessment tasks 12 Extensions 12 Resubmission 13 Academic learning skills assistance 13 Subject evaluation surveys 13 Variations to Subject Outlines 14 Assessment details 14 Due dates 14 Assessment item 1: Security assignment 15 Assessment item 2: Final examination 19 Appendices 20
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5 ITC482 Computer Management & Security Welcome Welcome to a new session of study at Charles Sturt University Study Centre, Melbourne. Information security management has emerged as a significant issue for the management of information and communication technology (ICT) infrastructure. The global need for corporate and personal network access anywhere, anytime, is the driving force behind increasing concerns for issues about information security. The IT professional's knowledge and skills mix in information security are critical for business continuity. Identifying risk and
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