SEC 571 Principles of Information Security and Privacy
This DeVry course provides a broad overview of security in information systems. Covered are various aspects of security in computing, including security threats and controls; basic cryptography and its applications; network intrusion detection and prevention; security administration and planning; anonymity and privacy; legal issues; protection; and ethics. Coursework also examines controls in information systems, and addresses security issues surrounding information systems and computer-generated data.
This platform especially provides Course Project, Midterm Exams and Final Exams of SEC-571.