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Security, Ethics, and Intellectual Property

Course Prefix: 
IS
Course Number: 
340
Course Credits: 
3 cr.

In this case study-based course, students will examine the context, implications, and mechanics of information systems security at both the micro (individual system and network) and macro (enterprise) levels. In addition, ethical considerations of information technology and its use in modern enterprises will be investigated, as well as the growing issue of intellectual property rights and responsibilities. Prerequisite: BU 235.

Events

August 7

2015 Northeast Ohio Human Trafficking Symposium

8:00 AM
Performing Arts Center
E.g., 08/01/15
E.g., 08/01/15