The Graduate MIS Security Course: Objectives And Challenges

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Bradley K. Jensen
Carl S. Guynes
Andrew Nyaboga


MIS, enterprise security, information warfare, cyber warfare, computer forensics


Given the magnitude of real and potential losses, both private and public employers increasingly expect graduates of management information systems (MIS) programs to understand information security concepts. The infrastructure requirements for the course includes setting up a secure laboratory environment to accommodate the development of viruses and worms. The labs and lectures are intended to instruct students in the inspection and protection of information assets, as well as detection of and reaction to threats to information assets.


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