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Course Descriptions

SCR 211 - Computer Security I

3 Credits

This course will discuss the dimensions of the computer security problem, the types of computer-related, computer-assisted, or computer-abuse crimes, a profile of the electronic criminal; infiltration by organized crime; the selection of personnel; establishment of a code of ethics, policies, procedures, a master plan, and methods of insuring adherence; potential sources of attack and security measures to prevent or protect against.

Course Learning Outcomes
1. Name, distinguish and describe examples of common computer systems and components.
2. Identify computer crime patterns and techniques.
3. Name, distinguish and explain computer crime violations of law from the perspective of ethical hacking.
4. Identify and explain attacking vectors and computer crime motives.
5. Describe various techniques for prevention of computer crime

Course Offered Fall; Spring

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Fall Semester 2024
Summer Session 2024