Here you will find links to various CNSS curriculum and content information.  Each repective link also contains further information regarding the CNSS Standards.

 

INFO 4011 Intermediate Information Assurance

Focuses on homeland security, information assurance, integrity, control, and privacy. Covers CNSS-4011, NIST-800-16 standards, national policy, and international treaties. The course considers Software Deployment, Operations, Maintenance and Disposal, including security issues around steady state operations and management of software, as well as security measures that must be taken when a product reaches its end of life. PREREQ: INFO 2285 or CS 2275 or INFO 3310, or permission of instructor.

 

INFO 4012 Systems Security for Senior Management

Review of system architecture, system security measures, system operations policy, system security management plan, and provisions for system operator and end user training. PREREQ: INFO 4410 or permission of instructor.

 

INFO 4013 Systems Security Administration

Outlines the basic principles of systems security administration. The student will be introduced to the methods and technologies associated with running a system to maintain privacy and security.

 

INFO 4014 Systems Security Management

Establishes a framework for managing many systems and systems administrators operating in a secure and private computing environment. The course Deals with facilities management, contingency plans, laws, standards of contact and operations management. Management of Systems Administrators is included.

 

INFO 4015 Systems Certification

Describes and Techniques and methods for certifying a system is in compliance with national and governmental Information Assurance standards. Evaluates various certification methodologies.

 

INFO 4016 Systems Risk Analysis

Develops techniques to characterize and provides perspective on the likelihood of adverse events. Explains methods to characterize the consequences and general costs associated with the various adverse events occurring. Lastly, the analysis provides insight into various likelihood and consequence combinations.

 

INFO 5011 Intermediate Information Assurance

Focuses on homeland security, information assurance, integrity, control, and privacy. Covers CNSS-4011, NIST-800-16 standards, national policy, and international treaties. The course considers Software Deployment, Operations, Maintenance and Disposal, including security issues around steady state operations and management of software, as well as security measures that must be taken when a product reaches its end of life. PREREQ: INFO 2285 or CS 2275 or INFO 3310, or permission of instructor. Graduate level course.

 

INFO 5012 Systems Security for Senior Management

Review of system architecture, system security measures, system operations policy, system security management plan, and provisions for system operator and end user training. PREREQ: INFO 4410 or permission of instructor. Graduate level course.

 

INFO 5013 Systems Security Administration

Outlines the basic principles of systems security administration. The student will be introduced to the methods and technologies associated with running a system to maintain privacy and security. Graduate level course.

 

INFO 5014 Systems Security Management

Establishes a framework for managing many systems and systems administrators operating in a secure and private computing environment. The course Deals with facilities management, contingency plans, laws, standards of contact and operations management. Management of Systems Administrators is included. Graduatel level course.

 

INFO 5015 Systems Certification

 Describes and Techniques and methods for certifying a system is in compliance with national and governmental Information Assurance standards. Evaluates various certification methodologies. Graduate level course.

 

INFO 5016 Systems Risk Analysis

Develops techniques to characterize and provides perspective on the likelihood of adverse events. Explains methods to characterize the consequences and general costs associated with the various adverse events occurring. Lastly, the analysis provides insight into various likelihood and consequence combinations. Graduate level course.

NIATEC National Science Foundation Information Assurance Directorate Department of Homeland Security CISSE Scholarship For Service