CIS Professional in Information and Operating Systems Security (Certificate M0814)
The Information and Operating Systems Security certificate provides students the skills to analyze security risks to a computer network and select and deploy countermeasures to reduce the network’s exposure to such risks. The certificate offers a balanced set of classes that provides students the skills to identify network threats and protect the system against them. Students will demonstrate the ability to create a secure computer system and utilize security tools to protect it from security threats. Although this certificate, by itself, may not qualify a student for a career in network security, it would ideally complement other network security certificates and/or degrees within the CIS program.
|Course Prefix||Course Name||Units|
|CISS 11||Practical Computer Security||2|
|CISS 13||Principles of Information Systems Security||4|
|CISS 15||Operating Systems Security||3|
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|CISS 11||Practical Computer Security 2||2|
|CISS 13||Principles of Information Systems Security 4||4|
|CISS 15||Operating Systems Security 3||3|
|Certificate: Info. Opera. System E0731 1|
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