MSIS 5233 - Applied Information Systems Security

Prerequisite(s): MSIS 5223.  An investigation into the various technical aspects of attacking, and of guarding against attacks and failures in various types of information systems. Course content may vary but includes computer, network, and data protection technologies (e.g., firewalls, packet filters, proxy servers, user authentication and validation techniques, encryption, backup methodologies, system and component redundancies, etc.). Various threats and attack methods examined.

Spring Dates: 
Tuesday, January 17, 2017 to Friday, May 5, 2017
CRN: 
26716
Additional Information: 

Textbook Information:

TBA

Advisor’s Comments: 
This course is an elective for MSETM students who are also pursuing  the Information Assurance Certificate.  (Note that to earn a formal certificate in Information Assurance a separate application is required. See http://watson.okstate.edu/infoassurance/admissions/)

Registration Procedure: 
Instructor: 

Dr. Lee