University of Technology Sydney

420108 Cybersecurity Management

6cp; Block, Fully Online Mode (includes 3 online zoom sessions)
There are course requisites for this subject. See access conditions.
Recommended studies:

a good understanding of internet protocols, web systems and how interconnected systems are built using these protocols; a sound knowledge of using Unix/Linux system commands is required to complete lab exercises



The subject presents security principles, methodologies and technologies from technical and management perspectives. The subject enables students to identify and communicate insights on cyber-attack techniques, and compare and contrast methods to defend against such attacks using industry standard tools and techniques. Topics include intrusion detection and defences, along with confidentiality, integrity, authentication and technologies. Explored through stakeholder contexts, the subject enables personal reflection on ethical considerations of cybersecurity management in contemporary Australia.

Typical availability

Session 1, Online campus

Session 5, Online campus

Detailed subject description.

Access conditions

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