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Reviews and analyzes the compliance implications of selected cloud security policies and methods with a specific focus on the NIST Risk Management Framework.
Applies the NIST RMF as students complete project deliverables and communicate project results, integrating enterprise and cloud system risk management. In addition, students develop in-depth analytic competencies by applying the Common Body of Knowledge (CBK) of the Certified Authorization Professional (CAP) to relevant risk management problems.
Focuses on, in this virtual NIST RMF/FedRAMP practicum/internship, the integrated enterprise/cloud system, students continue to develop the capability to evaluate a test case scenario information system, develop a System Security Plan, and select and/or write appropriate security controls based on NIST RMF and FedRAMP guidelines.
Continues in the virtual practicum/internship and focusing on the integrated enterprise/cloud system, students develop the capability to: 1) evaluate system security, 2) analyze system assessment reports to make recommendations for a Plan of Action & Milestones, 3) comply with all Authorization to Operate package requirements, and 4) strategically develop ISCM (Information Security Continuous Monitoring).
Provides the skills and knowledge needed to secure organizational information assets from cyberattacks in a proactive manner. The course examines hacking tools and techniques used by security professionals and ethical hackers to protect computer networks and organizational assets in the cloud. Students will Assess and analyze enterprise/cloud system vulnerabilities using COTS tools; conduct controlled exploitation; produce and communicate an effective remediation plan through the in-depth application of the Common Body of Knowledge (CBK) for the Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) certification. It includes topics such as attack vectors, intrusion detection, honeypots, penetration testing, cryptography and steganography, user rights and privileges, security baseline analyzers, physical security, and operational security.
Guides an IS project manager through the what, when, and how of the work necessary to take a project from its fledgling idea to successful deployment in an efficient and effective manner. This course will provide the tools, skills and knowledge for successful planning, organization, and implementation of information systems and emphasizes the use of real-world examples and applications. Common mistakes and pitfalls in project management when used in designing information systems will be discussed. Topics covered include project scoping, estimating, budgeting, scheduling, tracking and controlling.
Helps students integrate the knowledge and skills acquired during class work in the MSIS program. MIS6710 is the first of two capstone courses (the other being MIS6720). For most students, these courses will be undertaken with industry sponsorship, often their own employers, which will involve the development of an information systems project of appropriate scope. MIS6710 focuses on project initiation, system analysis, and system design.
Corequisite(s):BUS 6150, BUS 6300, BUS 6400, BUS 6780, MIS 5310 or BUS 6150, BUS 6300, BUS 6400, BUS 6780, MIS 5310
Focuses on finishing the design, implementation, and documentation of their system designed in MIS6710, followed by a presentation to their industry sponsor and the instructor. The project is considered to be successfully completed when the system meets the requirements as specified AND the project sponsor is satisfied with the results. MIS6720 can be repeated up to 3 times until project completion.
Corequisite(s):BUS 6240 or MIS 6010, MIS 6210
Provides students with an understanding of individuals, groups, and organizations as a whole. This course considers such topics as alignment of people within an organization, as well as techniques for these individuals to manage and lead more effectively. This course will also discuss how technology, the Internet, globalism, and virtual teaming are impacting the work environment today.
Focuses on the use of financial and managerial accounting information for decision-making purposes. Topics include accounting concepts, accounting systems, preparing financial statements, product costing and overhead allocation, variance analysis, budgeting, and responsibility accounting. How these topics should be applied in information based decision making is emphasized. Case analysis is used to enhance student learning of key accounting concepts.
Provides a general understanding of corporate financial management and financial accounting, including the introduction of key concepts in the field of finance and the environment in which they are applied. Students learn how to gauge the financial health of their company and to measure and understand financial return in relation to risk. Capital budgeting and management of working capital are also discussed. The course emphasis is on the familiarization of the student with the financial impact of decision making in the corporate environment.
Emphasizes the use of data collection and analysis in business environments to facilitate decision making. Research designs will be addressed so that students can ask and answer specific questions. Students will learn to properly use basic descriptive and inferential statistics. This course will offer an applications-oriented perspective to conducting and critically evaluating primary research.
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