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Course Date: 26 August 2014 to 04 November 2014 (10 weeks)
In this course, you will explore several structured, risk management approaches that guide information security decision-making.
Barbara Endicott-Popovsky is the Director for the Center of Information Assurance and Cybersecurity at the University of Washington, designated by the NSA/DHS as a Center for Academic Excellence in Information Assurance Education and Research. She holds a joint faculty appointment with the Information School and the School of Urban Design and Planning--Critical Infrastructure, following a 20-year industry career marked by executive and consulting positions in IT architecture and project management. Her research interests fall under the umbrella of managing/mitigating network risks: deception, governance and network forensic readiness.
In this course, you will explore several structured, risk management approaches that guide information security decision-making. Course topics include: developing and maintaining risk assessments (RA); developing and maintaining risk management plans (RM); regulatory and legal compliance issues affecting risk plans; developing a control framework for mitigating risks; risk transfer; business continuity and disaster recovery planning from the information security perspective.
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