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ISM 3323 - Applications in Information Security


3 Credit Hours
(Spring)

This course helps develop the important security concepts relative to software application development and access control that provide the knowledge and skills necessary for the successful management of information security in an organization. Students will understand the environment where software is designed and developed as well as the critical role software plays in providing security to an organization’s information systems. The course focuses on software development concepts that relate to security, and how access control methodologies fit into the entire enterprise architecture.

Prerequisite(s): upper division standing and at least two information technology or computer science courses at a college or university level.



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