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 firstname.lastname@example.org or 918-631-3150.
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