Course Code: GES367
Understand security governance, policies, confidentiality, how to handle classified information, handling requirements, ownership, and privacy.
Discuss security models, security designs, engineering processes, vulnerabilities, cryptography, and embedded devices.
Learn about network architecture design, network components, communication channels, and network attacks.
Cover physical and logical assets control, identification and authentication, identity as a service, provisioning lifecycle, and more.
Master assessment and test strategies, test outputs, security testing, security process data, and security architectures.
Complete the course by learning about foundational security operations, management processes, handling resources, and software security best practices.
I. Security and Risk Management
A. Security Governance
B. Security Policies
D. Business Continuity
E. Legal and Regulatory
F. Professional Ethic
G. Risk Management
II. Asset Security
A. Information Classification
B. Handling Requirements
D. Data Security Controls
E. Protect Privacy
III. Security Engineering
A. Security Models
B. Security Designs
C. Engineering Processes
F. Embedded Devices
G. Site Design and Security
IV. Communication and Network Security
A. Network Architecture Design
B. Network Components
C. Communication Channels
D. Network Attacks
V. Identity and Access Management
A. Physical and Logical Assets Control
B. Identification and Authentication
C. Third-Party Identity Services
D. Identity as a Service
E. Provisioning Lifecycle
F. Authorization Mechanisms
VI. Security Assessment and Testing
A. Assessment and Test Strategies
B. Test Outputs
C. Security Control Testing
D. Security Process Data
E. Security Architectures
VII. Security Operations
A. Foundational Security Operations Concepts
B. Logging, Monitoring and Investigating Activities
C. Provisioning of Resources
D. Management Processes
E. Physical Security
F. Preventative Measures
G. Business Continuity
VIII. Software Development Security
A. Security in the Software Development Lifecycle
B. Development Environment Security Controls
C. Software Security Effectiveness
D. Software Security Impact
David brings over 10 years’ experience in IT, education, instruction, curriculum design, combined with extensive management and leadership experience in the private and non-profit sectors. His passion for technology and education has led David to work as an academic dean, student services director, technology coordinator, teacher, consultant, and technology columnist and blogger. David holds a Master of Education and a Bachelor of Science, both in Technology Education, from Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio. In addition, he has earned IT industry certifications and has been published in a book on gamification in the classroom.
This is an advanced level program. Students should have a base knowledge or certification in SSCP. If students wish to take the course without the foundational topics of SSCP, the student is expected to supplement course materials with outside resources.
For certification through (ISC)2, an individual must have a minimum of five-years of paid, full-time work experience in two of the eight domains of CISSP. A one-year experience waiver can be used in place of a four-year college degree or equivalent through an (ISC)2 approved list.
Once a person passes the (ISC)2 vendor exam, an endorsement is also required. This endorsement form must be signed by two (ISC)2 professional who are active members and can verify your professional experience.
Instructional material requirements:
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|This program is self-paced and open enrollment, so you can start and finish at your own pace. Upon registering, you're given six (6) months to complete this program.|
The time allotted to complete your program has been calculated based on the number of course hours. If after a concerted effort, you are still unable to complete your program on time, your Student Advisor will help you work out a suitable completion date. Please note that a fee may be charged for an extension.
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Yes, this program helps prepare student for the CISSP® - Certified Information Security Professional certification, which is provided through (ISC)2.
Please note: Individuals wishing to take the CISSP exam are required to have a minimum of 5 years of paid full-time work experience in 2 of the 8 domains of the CISSP CBK, which covers critical topics in security today including risk management, cloud computing, mobile security, application development security, and others. Information about the CISSP credential and exam is available on their website: https://www.isc2.org/cissp/default.aspx.