600 Level Courses
MSEC 630: Secure Information System Governance, Regulation, and Compliance. 2 credits.
Provides insight into secure information system governance, regulations, and compliance including noteworthy legislation, regulations, and compliance issues as well as commonalities and significant differences between departments and agencies within the Federal Executive Branch (FEB). The course is presented as formal lectures complemented by group discussion. Each topic is addressed as part of the larger Secure Information System structure. Notes: 4 class sessions will be 3.5 hours long.1 class session will be 2 hours and 20 minutes.(5 total class sessions; 16 hours and 20 minutes total).Offered by Volgenau School of Engineering. May not be repeated for credit.
MSEC 641: Enterprise Security Threats. 1 credit.
Provides a broad exposition of emerging cyber-security threats for large-scale enterprises: Denial of Service (DoS), insider attacks, remote exploitation. It covers defenses that may mitigate or curtail some aspects of these emerging security threats.Offered by Volgenau School of Engineering. May not be repeated for credit.
MSEC 642: Enterprise Security Technologies. 2 credits.
Provides an overview of enterprise security tools used in advanced security IT departments of enterprises today. In addition to understanding the tools, their capabilities, and their gaps, students participate in hands-on laboratory exercises with enterprise security tools. Notes: 4 class sessions will be 3.5 hours long.1 class session will be 2 hours and 20 minutes long.(5 class sessions; 16 hours 20 minutes total)Offered by Volgenau School of Engineering. May not be repeated for credit.