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CYBR 1100  INTRODUCTION TO INFORMATION SECURITY (3 credits)

This course emphasizes our current dependence on information technology and how its security in cyberspace (or lack thereof) is shaping the global landscape. Several historical and contemporary global events that have been influenced by the exploitation of information technology motivates topics on cyber crime, malware, intrusion detection, cryptography, among others, and how to secure one's own data and computer system. Several aspects of this course are geared towards developing an understanding of the "cyberspace" as a new medium that breaks all geographical boundaries, while highlighting noticeable influences on it from social, political, economic and cultural factors of a geographical region.

Distribution: Global Diversity General Education course

College of Information Science & Technology

http://catalog.unomaha.edu/undergraduate/college-information-science-technology/

...in CYBR and the MS in CYBR graduate...as ENGL 1090 , ENGL 1100 , MATH 1010 , MATH...