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Lecture 0: Introduction and Terminology. Wayne Patterson Department of Systems and Computer Science. Information Systems Environment. Single system CPU Memory Storage Hardware Software Firmware Network Multiple systems. Information Systems.

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Lecture 0 introduction and terminology

Lecture 0: Introduction and Terminology

Wayne Patterson

Department of Systems and Computer Science


Information systems environment
Information Systems Environment

  • Single system

    • CPU

    • Memory

    • Storage

    • Hardware

    • Software

    • Firmware

  • Network

    • Multiple systems


Information systems
Information Systems

  • Some terminology familiar from your undergraduate computer science courses:

    • Communications systems

      • Asynchronous vs. synchronous

      • Digital vs. analog

      • Line of sight

      • Microwave

      • Radio frequency (RF)

      • Dedicated line

      • Satellite

      • Public switched network

      • Switches

      • Gateways


Infosec and opsec
INFOSEC and OPSEC

  • Information security

  • Operations security

  • Interdependency

  • Process

  • Planning


Organizational personnel in security
Organizational Personnel in Security

  • Audit office

  • COMSEC custodian

  • End users

  • Information management

  • INFOSEC officer

  • OPSEC managers

  • Program or functional managers

  • Security office

  • CIO

  • System manager

  • Telecommunications manager


Nae accreditation
NAE Accreditation

  • Established by National Security Agency to ensure increase supply of qualified cybersecurity personnel

  • First stage: NAE/CAE

  • Second stage: CAE/R

  • See http://www.cnss.gov/Assets/pdf/CNSSP-6.PDF


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