Revised Course Structure for Master in Business Administration
MBA Semester IV Specialization: - I. T. / Systems
Elective OP408E : SECURITY AND CONTROL INFORMATION SYSTEM
Introduction to Security: Need for Security and control, Risks to Information system data and resources, Definition of Information security, Computer crimes and virus, Internal control, Types of security, Physical Security: Threats to security, Physical access, Fire, and theft protection Environmental hazards; Logical Security: Threats to security, Access control-Identification, Authentication, Authorization, Password control and management Access control software; Data Security: Threats to security, Access controls, Back-up and recovery strategies, Data input/output control Data encryption; Tele-Communication Security; Physical security, Logical Access security, Dial-in access security; Network management control, Authentication protocols, Internet/intranet/extranet security, Computer configuration and operation Security: Hardware/ Software security, Start up/Shut down procedures, Back-up/recovery strategies; Personal Security, Threats Security, protection from people, Protection of employees: Security Planning: Risk and Security policy, Security management, Security audit.
By Stephen Cobb,Cobb's, Guide To Pc And Lan Security 2001, backinprint.com
By Peter T. Davis, Barry D. Lewis , Computer Security for Dummies2006, John Wiley & Sons Inc (Computers)
By Paul Buis , Chris Hare , Robert Kelley, Internet Security, New Riders Publishing; Bk&CD-Rom edition
By Joel Snyder,Chris Hare ,Derek Atkins, Internet Security: Professional Reference with Cdrom, 2nd edition,New Riders Publishing Thousand Oaks, CA, USA 1997.
Note :- At least 10 Case Studies should be taught in class on relevant