41181 Information Security and Management6cp; 1hpw lecture, 2hpw workshop. Forms of attendance and mode of delivery in this subject have changed to enable social distancing and reduce the risks of spreading COVID-19 in our community.
Requisite(s): (31268 Web Systems OR 48410 Introduction to ICT Engineering OR 41082 Introduction to Data Engineering OR 65325 Digital Trace and Identity OR 31257 Information System Development Methodologies OR 41092 Network Fundamentals OR 31266 Introduction to Information Systems) AND (48023 Programming Fundamentals OR 41039 Programming 1 OR 48430 Fundamentals of C Programming)
Fields of practice: Cybersecurity and Privacy program
The key focus of this subject is to equip students with IT security policy development and human security management. This includes legal and ethical issues in the context of security management and audit. The subject provides students with the foundations required to apply cyber safety and security, and security management at a corporate level. Students conduct security assessments with business operational constraints using professional methods and strategies. The subject enables students to examine both business and security operations procedurally, and to develop contingency planning, risk assessment, risk management and compliance standards for various businesses.
Spring session, City campus
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