CNIT 56500

Information Security Management

Explores the issues surrounding the alignment of business and information security. More precisely, once the context of information security is understood in terms of the business and the problems with the current state of Information Security Management are identified, the course pursues solutions to those problems in terms of people, policy, process, procedures, and technology. The product produced as a result of this pursuit is an Enterprise Security Architecture, mapping business needs to technology implementation. The enterprise security architecture produced is dynamic and maintainable, thereby assuring traceability and accountability.

Prerequisite:  Instructor permission

Ask the professor to find out semesters typically offered.

Contact Professor Melissa Dark for additional details about this course.

Credit Hours: 

Computer and Information Technology

West Lafayette