MANA 1563 E-crime Investigation And Incident Response Management   This course will discuss on how to conduct computer forensic from acquiring digital evidence to reporting their findings. It includes how to set up a forensics lab, how to acquire the necessary tools and how to conduct an investigation and subsequent digital analysis. The laboratory part of this course will include working with Encase – a suite of digital forensics tools from Guidance Software. In addition there will be labs on network forensics, VoIP (Voice over IP) forensics and video forensics which will give students practical and applied experience with wireless and mobile forensics tools and analysis techniques.

MANA 1533 Enterprise Information Assurance   The purpose of enterprise information assurance and management strategy is to protect an organization’s valuable assets and resources, such as information, people and services. Through the selection and application of appropriate safeguards and control helps the organization meet its business objectives or mission by protecting its physical and financial resources, reputation, legal position, employees, and other tangible and intangible assets. This course will examine the elements of information security assurance, employee roles and responsibilities, and common threats. It also examines the need for management controls, policies, procedures, and strategy. Finally, this course will present a comprehensive list of tasks, responsibilities, and objectives that make up a typical information protection program.

MANA 2133 Principles of Business Continuity Management   This course discusses in depth the principles of business continuity planning. Emphasize is given on the business continuity planning model, disaster recovery, backup system and planning and securing online document. Students will be asked to view the issues related to business continuity planning from the management and technical perspective. Relevant technical topics will be included as hands-on exercise.

For more info view: Master of Science (Information Assurance)

MANB 2163 Social Network Analytics Social network analysis is the mapping and measuring of relationships and flows between entities. This subject delivers both visual and mathematical analysis of human relationships. We will learn about graphs to understand how to represent social network data. R provides powerful packages to conduct social network analysis. The network analysis packages able to show relationships in a form of graph, helps to handle huge graphs, create and manipulate graphs using various metrics and measures.

For more info view: Master of Science (Business Intelligence and Analytics)

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