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ACG 6415. Advanced Accounting Information Systems Summer 2013. Course Objectives. A strong grounding in computer and network security. Learn the factors related to the plan-protect-respond cycle of IT security. An understanding of networking concepts.

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Acg 6415

ACG 6415

Advanced Accounting Information Systems

Summer 2013


Course objectives
Course Objectives

  • A strong grounding in computer and network security.

  • Learn the factors related to the plan-protect-respond cycle of IT security.

  • An understanding of networking concepts.

  • You will learn of the importance of IT security to the accounting profession and of the various control frameworks that accountant's rely on for compliance.

  • This course is learning about defense so we will learn about many threats and how they exploit vulnerabilities but we will NOT be using these exploits in class.


Syllabus highlights
Syllabus Highlights

  • Dr. Steven Hornik

  • email: [email protected]

  • Course Webpage: http://acg6415.wikispaces.com/

  • Office Hours: Wednesday 4:30-6:00 and Thursday 4:00-6:00; and by appointment

  • Office: BA1 432


Text book
Text Book

  • Corporate Computer and Network Security, 3rd Edition by Randall J. Boyle and Raymond R. Panko



Grading scale
Grading Scale

  • A 4.00 100-93

  • A- 3.75 92-90

  • B+ 3.25 89-86

  • B 3.00 85-83

  • B- 2.75 82-80

  • C+ 2.25 79-76

  • C 2.00 75-73

  • C- 1.75 72-70

  • D+ 1.25 69-66

  • D 1.00 65-63

  • D- 0.75 62-60

  • F 0.00 <59


Exams
Exams

  • Two Part Exams

    • 1st Part

      • Multiple choice

      • Matching

        • Time Limit ~75minutes

    • 2nd Part

      • Short-answer / Essay (with Notes/Book)

        • Time Limit 3.5 hours

    • Exams can be taken in any order


Security in the news
Security In The News

  • Locate an article/video, etc. related to a security breach

    • Add an article to our class FlipBoard

    • Provide a summary of what happened

    • Detail the breach that occurred

    • Provide a description of what control could have prevented/detected the breach

    • Quality counts

    • No duplicate articles allowed






Access control report
Access Control Report

  • You have been hired to conduct an IT control review

  • Examine the office locations

    • Each office

    • Each Cubicle

    • Each room

  • Note controls in place

  • Note missing controls

  • Prepare report summarizing your findings

  • Include a table that shows:

    • Place Visited

    • Control found

    • Control Missing

    • Recommended Fix (if necessary)


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