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ISec Risk Analyst Bootcamp

The ISec Risk Analyst Bootcamp is an inclusive program of 10 instructional modules, designed to be taken comprehensively and sequentially. The distance learning short courses will engage an on-demand, asynchronous instructional paradigm that combines recorded lectures, special readings, module tests, individual assignments, and exercises to deliver a comprehensive and deep treatment of the body of knowledge and corresponding skill set for the 4016A instructional standard.

The Capstone Project challenges students to conduct elements of a cyber security risk analysis. The exercise typically takes one week to complete. The final deliverable for this phase of the project is a report and video presentation of findings and results. The duration of the course (dictating the time allotted to complete tasks, assignments, and the capstone project) is typically set at 4 weeks. Equipment needed for this program includes a computer with a browser and video player.


For more information, contact Susan Gates at susan-gates@utulsa.edu or 918-631-3150.

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Model topics include:

  • IA Principals
  • Risk Management
  • Risk Assessment
  • Enterprise Security
  • Information System Security Evaluation
  • Certification & Accreditation
  • Automated Information Systems
  • Threat, Vulnerability & Attack Analysis
  • Audit Services, and
  • The Capstone Project