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This course focuses on two aspects of Cyber Security: analysis and assessment of risk plus how to minimize it, and, how to extract and use digital information from a wide range of systems and devices. The course is structured so that all students cover the same introductory material, but then choose to specialize in either Cyber Security or Digital Forensics. Any aforesaid science graduate who requires keen interest & knowledge of IT programming languages with basic knowledge of math beyond calculus
After studying this unit, you should be able to:
MSCS1101:PRICIPLES OF INFORMATION SECURITY
Overview of Information Security- Threats - Frauds, Thefts, Malicious Hackers, Malicious Code, Denial-of-Services Attacks and Social Engineering, Vulnerability–Types, Risk–an introduction -Business Requirements - Information Security Definitions - Security Policies–Tier-1 (Origination-Level),Tier-2(Function Level), Tier-3 (Application/Device Level)–Procedures -Standards–Guidelines–Baselines.
Information Asset Classification–Information system Asset inventory, Asset Classification criteria, roles and responsibilities–Methodology-Declassification or Reclassification-Retention and Disposal of Information, Assets-Provide Authorization for Access.
Risk Management–Need for the Risk Assessment, Risk Assessment Methodology, Risk Assessment Components, Risk Mitigation Techniques.
Information Security& Domains–Fundamental Principles of Security–Security Definitions – Control types–Security Frameworks - Personnel Security. Application Security, Legal & Compliance, Business Continuity Management, Cryptography, Physical & Environmental Security and Security Operations.