CMP Course Listing

Foundations in Cybersecurity Management (CMP 610, 6 Credits)
Prerequisite: CBR 600. Apply the principles of cybersecurity management. Analyze and draft cybersecurity policies; create practical approaches to risk analysis; practice techniques to prevent intrusions and attacks that threaten organizational data; and participate in exercises in cryptography, ethical hacking, and crisis management.

Cybersecurity Governance (CMP 620, 6 Credits)
Prerequisite: CMP 610. Examine important human aspects of cybersecurity, such as the motivations for cybercrimes, including hacker psychology and hacker culture. Explore the legal and regulatory environments related to local, state, national and international cybersecurity concerns. Formulate policy and conduct analysis for the prevention of intrusions, attacks, and threats to organizational data.

Risk Management and Organizational Resilience (CMP 630, 6 Credits)
Prerequisite: CMP 620. Apply critical thinking and analysis to determine potential risks to the enterprise. Investigate the application of systems, tools, and concepts to minimize risk in an organization's cyberspace initiatives. Explore how to identify threats, conduct vulnerability assessments, and perform risk assessment and management. Examine system development and application assurance from a holistic viewpoint that spans the cyberspace landscapes. Gain an understanding of the value provided by regulatory, policy, and compliance guidelines in addition to pure technology options.

Cybersecurity Program Development (CMP 640, 6 Credits)
Prerequisite: CMP 630. Create a cybersecurity program using the enterprise as a framework. Examine the role of architectural methodology as part of the complete cybersecurity program. Consider the cyber threat landscape and the strategies related to incident response, awareness, and the mobile environment and its impact on government and industry. Explore identity theft, network security, cyber strategy development, and mobile device management.