ISSC364 IT Security: Access Control and Authentication (3 semester hours)

This course examines a broad range of network security issues. Itexplores how access controls protect resources against unauthorized viewing, tampering, or destruction and serves as a primary means of ensuring privacy, confidentiality, and prevention of unauthorized access and disclosure. It focuses on access control, such as components, processes, controls, and authentication, as well as security breaches, organizational behavior and social engineering, physical security, remote access control, public key infrastructure and encryption, cryptography, testing, and information assurance. Requires CITRIX CLIENT SOFTWARE INSTALLATION FOR ONLINE VIRTUAL LABS accessibility.