- Instructor: Prof. Sung-Hyuk Cha
- CRN: 71781
- Course URL:
- Time: W 6:00 pm - 8:45 pm., Fall 2006
- Place: Goldstein Center G315
- Course Goals:
Each successful student will demonstrate foundation knowledge and application of information security concepts as they to apply the management of information security in a large organizational environment.
Students will describe and identify policy frameworks, legal and moral implications, and best practices in information security management.
- Course Description:
This course gives a broad overview of Information Assurance.
The course has two parts: Lecture/discussion related to information security basics and a laboratory component in which students learn technology-related security.
Course materials include topics such as types of attacks, hacker techniques, legal and privacy issues, security policy, information security best practices and so on.
Students also learn security technologies related to three areas: operating systems, Networks and Web, and e-commerce.
The course has a strong laboratory component in which students experiment with various practical computer security tools.
Organization II and
Structures and Algorithms II
- Lecture Notes: can be accessed using the http://blackboard.pace.edu.
Blackboard Login Procedures for Registered Students are available
|1 (9/6)||Ch 1 Introduction to Information Security|
|2 (9/13)||Ch 2
The Need for Security|
Ch 3 Legal, Ethical and Professinal Issues in Information Security
Ch 4 Risk Management
|5 (10/4)||Ch 5 Planning for Security
Ch 6 Technology: Firewalls & VPNs
||Ch 7 Technology: IDS and Access Control
||Ch 8 Cryptography
||Ch 9 Physical Security
||Ch 10 Implementing Security
||Ch 11 Security and Personnel
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- Lab Assignment (30%):
- Midterm Exam (30%):
- Final Exam (30%):
- Attendance (10%):