Prerequisite: Minimum of a C- from (STAT100, MATH115 or higher); minimum of a C- from (INST126 or GEOG276); minimum of a C- from (PSYC100, SOCY105, or BSOS233).
This course provides students with a socio-technical approach to understanding and analyzing the information environment with regards to global threats and attacks. This is accomplished through understanding the interplay of network and Internet infrastructure, threat vectors, and actors from personal, business, and nation-state levels. Students will also receive an introduction to law enforcement, legal issues pertaining to technology laws, and how private and public partnerships work together to secure the information environment. Lastly, students will be exposed to cyber threat analysis fundamentals.