Upon course completion, the student will be able to:
1. Discuss information security key concepts, terms, goals, concerns, and protection mechanism.
2. Describe basic privacy principles and explain privacy threats and key principles for privacy protection in information security.
3. Examine how security, privacy, and compliance fit together within the American legal system and describe common criminal law concepts and principles and their use in cybercrimes.
4. Recognize the business challenges facing financial institutions and other private and public companies with regard to information security.
5. List some of the challenges with cyber security and protecting children on the internet.
6. Outline the laws protecting medical records and health care information.
7. Articulate information security challenges and requirements at the federal government and the state level, and explain how the federal government and the state protect privacy and personal information in information systems.
8. Explain the basic concept and importance of intellectual property law and legal ownership.
9. Explain traditional contract law principles and their information security provisions.
10. Recognize key concepts and terms associated with information security governance and contingency planning.