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1 Ursuline College Accelerated Program CRITICAL INFORMATION! DO NOT SKIP THIS LINK BELOW... BEFORE PROCEEDING TO READ THE UCAP MODULE, YOU ARE EXPECTED TO READ AND ADHERE TO ALL UCAP POLICY INFORMATION CONTAINED ON THIS LINK BELOW CLICK HERE... URSULINE COLLEGE Student Module MIS 330 Security Ursuline College Accelerated Program (UCAP) Ursuline College Proprietary Materials and Information Copyright 2006 Ursuline College Revised March 2009 MIS 330 Security Course Description This course provides an introduction to the administrative, physical, and technical aspects of information security management. Knowledge gained applies to data in students' professional and personal lives. Goals and Knowledge The student will: Understand the fundamental principles of Information Security Articulate how to facilitate security management through policies, standards, risk assessment, and awareness Identify threats, vulnerabilities, and risks to information availability and identify measures to reinstate data and information systems Gain an appreciation for how security makes privacy possible and how security is a business enabler Learn about security investigations, law, and ethics related to the use of information Understand the mindset and methodologies of cyber criminals as a way to protect information Skills The student will Learn to write effective security policies

2 Develop critical thinking to apply knowledge in practical case studies Gain hands-on experience with several software tools used to assess risk, identify vulnerabilities, and protect information Use security-related Internet sites to augment learning and as reference for research Attitudes and Values The student will Come to appreciate the value of security practices as a business enabler rather than traditional views of (a) a necessary evil and (b) cumbersome rules to follow Respect the value of information and the mechanisms used to protect it Gain an awareness of how prevalent computer crime is today Learn to value why being a "good Internet neighbor" is important Realize the importance of ethical computing Understand how home computing responsibilities play a role in protecting America's National Infrastructure TEXT BOOK: Information Security Principles & Practices Authors - Meskow and Breithaupt Pearson Prentice Hall ASSIGNMENTS COMPLETED PRIOR TO CLASS #1 Complete Student Assessment Survey and to instructor Read Information Security Principles & Practices text - Chapter 1 Complete all Chapter 1 multiple choice questions for hand-in Read Information Security Principles & Practices text - Chapter 2 Complete all Chapter 2 multiple choice questions for hand-in Be prepared to discuss Exercise 2.1 in class Read Information Security Principles & Practices text - Chapter 4 Complete all Chapter 4 multiple choice questions for hand-in Be prepared to discuss Exercise 4.5 in class CLASS #1 Identify how security plays a role in all parts of an IT Department and within all business units of an organization Apply concepts of Confidentiality, Integrity, Availability, Protection, Detection, and Correction to business and home computing Articulate an awareness of the 12 Information Security principles and apply them to real life situations Understand the value of Risk Assessment and Risk Analysis Identify key parts of a Security Policy Distinguish between a policy, standard, procedure, and a guideline Activities Hand in assignments Introductions Review Course Module and Syllabus Review Course Review Course Assignments Review Grading Criteria Q&A on Course

3 Q&A on Multiple Choice questions from Chapters 1,2, and 4 Lecture: Pervasiveness of Information Security within IT and Business Units Review/Commentary on 12 Information Security Principles Discussion of Exercises 2.1 and 4.5 Small Groups: Examine sample security policies & discuss Class Discussion: Elements of an Employee Termination Policy Class Discussion of Current Security News Introduction of Class Case Study Assignment of Mini-Presentation Topics/Review of Presentation Requirements Review of assignments for next class Complete Feedback Survey for Class #1 ASSIGNMENTS COMPLETED PRIOR TO CLASS #2 Read Information Security Principles & Practices text - Chapter 6 Complete all Chapter 6 multiple choice questions for hand-in Visit these web sites & become familiar with their purpose and content: hp.com.au/services/dr; Read Information Security Principles & Practices text - Chapter 8 Complete all Chapter 8 multiple choice questions for hand-in Be prepared to discuss Exercise 8.2 in class Read Information Security Principles & Practices text - Chapter 9 Complete all Chapter 9 multiple choice questions for hand-in Be prepared to discuss Exercises 9.3 & 9.4 in class Complete Employee Termination Policy assignment Prepare Mini-Presentation if assigned

4 CLASS #2 Identify common practices for creating high confidence of data availability and recovery Discuss recovery strategies Understand the importance of DR testing through real world examples Apply knowledge of techniques and controls used mitigate physical security threats Apply knowledge of data center operational controls Activities: Hand-in homework Review Class #1 important concepts Mini Quiz on Chapters 1,2, and 4 Q&A on Multiple Choice questions from Chapters 6,8, and 9 Lecture: Operational and Physical Security Class Discussion of Current Security News Discuss Exercises 8.2, 9.3, and 9.4 Mini-Presentations given by students Lecture: BCP/DR - The Jump from Theory to Practice Small Group/Class Discussion - Applying Chapters 6, 8, and 9 to Class Case Study Continue Class Discussion - Applying Chapters 6, 8, and 9 to Class Case Study Review of Next Class Assignments Complete Feedback Survey for Class #2

5 ASSIGNMENTS COMPLETED PRIOR TO CLASS #3 Read Information Security Principles & Practices text - Chapter 10 Complete all Chapter 10 multiple choice questions for hand-in Be prepared to discuss Exercises 10.1 & 10.2 in class Read Information Security Principles & Practices text - Chapter 13 Complete all Chapter 13 multiple choice questions for hand-in Be prepared to discuss Exercise 13.1 & 13.2 in class Complete Data Backup Policy and Data Backup Standard assignment Prepare Mini-Presentation if assigned Google Research on spyware, viruses, antivirus software CLASS #3 Understand Access Control Techniques and apply them to real world cases Choose effective passwords and articulate awareness of tools/methods used to exploit weak password management Identify password alternatives Articulate dangers of remote access Verbalize an understanding of the role Information Security plays in Application Development Distinguish between types of malicious software Outline types and uses of AntiVirus software Define Social Engineering, its dangers, and countermeasures Activities: Hand in homework Review Class #2 important concepts Mini Quiz on Chapters 6,8, and 9 Q&A on Multiple Choice questions from Chapters 10 and 13 Discuss Exercises 10.1, 10.2, 13.1, and 13.2 Lecture: Application Security - Hackers, Quality Control, and Testing Mini-presentations by students (45 minutes) LAB: Access Control in Windows Operating System

6 Lecture: Access Control - Passwords, Phishing, Social Engineering, and Multi-Factor Authentication (25 minutes) Small Group/Class Discussion - Applying Chapters 10, and 13 to Class Case Study (25 minutes) Continue Class Discussion - Applying Chapters 10 and 13 to Class Case Study Review of Next Class Assignments Complete Feedback Survey for Class #3 ASSIGNMENTS COMPLETED PRIOR TO CLASS #4 Read Information Security Principles & Practices text - Chapter 11 Complete all Chapter 11 multiple choice questions for hand-in Be prepared to discuss Project 11.2 #1 and #2 in class Read Information Security Principles & Practices text - Chapter 12 Complete all Chapter 12 multiple choice questions for hand-in Complete Password Policy and Password Standards assignment Internet Research on SurfControl and Websense Read Instructor Notes on TCP/IP Look up these TCP/IP ports on the Internet: TCP 21, TCP 22, TCP 23, TCP 25, TCP 53, UDP 53, TCP 80, TCP 137, TCP 139, TCP 443, TCP 445 CLASS #4 Explain common terms used in the field of cryptography Explain the difference between symmetric and asymmetric encryption Identify several types of encryption technologies and their application in real world scenarios Summarize fundamentals of TCP/IP Understand the types of tools used for network self assessment and by hackers Identify the dangers of and risk mitigation techniques for wireless networking Activities: Hand in homework Review Class #3 important concepts Mini Quiz on Chapters 10 and 13

7 Q&A on Multiple Choice questions from Chapters 11 and 12 Lecture: Crypto Applications & Their Use ( Small Group: Crypto Case Studies (45 minutes) LAB: Reconnaissance w/ Scanning Tools; Using WinMD5 Lecture: Introduction to Wireless Networking Security Small Group/Class Discussion - Applying Chapters 11, and 12 to Class Case Study Continue Class Discussion - Applying Chapters 11 and 12 to Class Case Study Review of Next Class Assignments/Discuss Final Exam Complete Feedback Survey for Class #4 ASSIGNMENTS COMPLETED PRIOR TO CLASS #5 Read Information Security Principles & Practices text - Chapter 7 Complete all Chapter 7 multiple choice questions for hand-in Be prepared to discuss Exercises 7.5 Read Internet Research on Botnets Read Case Study at end of Chapter 7 and be prepared to discuss in class (do not write the press release) Review for Final CLASS #5 Identify the types and targets of computer crime Summarize the major types of attacks performed by cyber criminals Understand the context of the computer in the legal system Appreciate the complexities of intellectual property law Discuss the issues surrounding computer security and priivacy rights Articulate the challenges of computer forensics Recognize ethical issues related to information security

8 Activities: Hand in homework Review Class #4 important concepts Mini Quiz on Chapters 11 and 12 Q&A on Multiple Choice questions from Chapter 7 Class Discussion of Exercise 7.5, Case Study, GRC article, and botnets (25 minutes) Lecture: Computer Forensics, Laws & Regulations, and Cyber Criminals Class Discussion: Hiring a Hacker Small Group/Class Discussion: Class Case Study - Activity Logging, Case Study Summary (25 minutes) Review (60 minutes) Final Exam Class 5 Evaluation Course Evaluation

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