ISM 6336: Cyber Security, Business and Public Policy (2019-2020)

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Cyber security challenges cross business, government, and individual spheres of life in the global economy. Neither business nor government can go it alone. The private sector develops and operates key capabilities and owns vital assets. Government deploys critical assets as well as legal and policy frameworks for individuals, businesses, national defense, and global interactions. Solutions require public and private as well as international cooperation, which can be demanding, costly and problematic. Students will learn analytical frameworks and tools to address a range of vital cyber security, policy, and human issues at the intersection of business, government, and economics.

Term CRN Credits Instructor(s) Days Time Dates Location Open
Spring 47704 3 Katya Drozdova
W
6:00PM-8:50 PM
03/25-06/06 McKenna Hall 111
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Restrictions: Doctoral, Graduate only.
Crosslisted with: BUS 4661 CRN: 47705, POL 4911 CRN: 47679
Grade Modes: (Default) Normal with G, Audit
Instructional Methods: Blended
Note: Full Term

Prerequisites:
ISM 6331: D or better