Darton State College Catalog 2014-2015 - page 343

2153 Theories of Terrorism: Analysis through Case Studies
The course will present a format of the most sophisticated theories by the best
terrorist analysts in the world, while still focusing on the domestic and
international threats of terrorism and the basic security issues that surround
terrorism today. Students will demonstrate their understanding of the strategies
and principles gained through previous courses by conducting an analysis of
these articles in the context of current U.S. strategies and programs.
Prerequisites: HSEC 2114, National Response Plan; HSEC 2123, Terrorism and
Homeland Security.
Corequisite: None.
Technology: 100% online.
Offered: On demand.
2159 Information Security (INFOSEC)
Information security transcends all national borders and reaches out from the
global network. Whether at the local, state or national level and including the
private sector, critical information must be shared across internet and intranet as
a principal part of required daily procedures. As a result, these institutions are
vulnerable to cyber attacks by domestic and international terrorists as well as
foreign business competitors. The prevention of intrusion, data theft and data
loss is paramount to maintaining the security of public infrastructure, protecting
sensitive information and providing essential services to both the private and
public sector. This course will examine topics such as asset identification,
human factors, compliance with regulations, personnel security, risk assessment
and ethical considerations as well as computer and network security tools and
methods. It will provide an up-to-date look at the whole range of security and
information topics. In post-9/11 times, managers and IT Professionals need to
address a wide range of security-related issues, and develop security systems
that take all these diverse factors into account.
Pre or Corequisite: HSEC 2109.
Technology: 100% online.
Offered: On demand.
2164 Corporate Security
This course outlines the essential roles of corporate & municipal managers &
demonstrates the importance of their relationships with federal, state, & local
government agencies as well as public and private community sectors in
conducting emergency planning. The focus is on proactively planning for
emergencies, particularly in the recognition & advance coordination of response
to incidents instead of simply implementing emergency measures. Topics include
the overall scope of comprehensive emergency planning; the types of hazards &
risks faced by emergency response personnel, as well as the public, in typical
emergencies; & provide specific recommendations regarding the immediate &
long-term health & safety of emergency response personnel. Finally, coursework
will discuss a range of issues that must be given special attention in the
development & implementation of any emergency response plan including:
hazard & risk reduction, decontamination, data & information management,
monitoring strategies & devices, terrorism, & the training of emergency response
Pre or Corequisite: HSEC 2109.
Technology: 100% online.
Offered: On demand.
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