IT Security & Strategy

MIT 530
Description: The security of information and information systems is intricately linked to the operation and assets of any organization. Protecting the information network infrastructure is essential to protecting our businesses and organizations. This course provides the essentials of IT security from a management perspective. It examines the processes of security, including information assurance, privacy, backup and recovery, and disaster preparedness. This course provides an overview of information security processes for managers. Students will examine methodologies for implementing security, security policies, best current practices, privacy, backup/recovery, disaster preparedness, and incident response. The outcome of this process is a strategic security plan.

Prerequisite: MIT-500 or MBA-500

Not Offered This Semester

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