QUALITY ASSIGNMENT HELP E-LEARNING COMPUTER CURRICULUM
As part of the program to achieve excellent e-learning standards, the QUALITY ASSIGNMENT HELP has outlined a curriculum aimed at equipping the students with the relevant computer security studies that are in line with the QUALITY ASSIGNMENT HELP e- learning security objectives and other applicable skills especially the ICECP (Integrated Cyber security Education Communities Program) and CISSP (Certified Information Systems Security Professional).
An introduction to E- learning practices would introduce the students to the importance and impact of E-learning to education in general as an additional or supportive tool in QUALITY ASSIGNMENT HELP objectives aimed at creating a secure E-learning environment. This would inform students of their contribution to e-learning security effectiveness, possible vulnerability and general management as a whole.
An introduction to telecommunication practices and network security is a course that is meant to equip the students with tools to understand the various telecommunication channels and how they can be able to identify the general security components including its hardware, for example, modems and routers, transmission media and network access control instruments such as proxies. Further the students at a later part will be introduced to security operations that would assist them in critical information identification and control which would include the media, hardware as well as the operators (Reed 1999).
Basic risk control practices will assist the students identify the institutions information assets, as well as guidelines and procedures that would guarantee confidentiality and integrity in general security management handling.
Disaster management will empower the students to have capacity to identify internal and external threats, improve capacity to prevent and recover information in order to have an have ability to implement effective and integral systems (Hodgins 2000). The creation of an effective backup system that is reliable will assist in the safeguard of data from exposure to outages that might be local or global in some instances.
Basic E- learning Security regulations and compliance studies will come in handy in to introduce students to the legal framework involved. Ethical judgment processes that are simple to comprehend will guide students and guides to make proper and responsible decisions as regard computer security handling as opposed to ethical behavior per se when utilizing e- learning tools and at the tail end of the program, have the students to commit themselves to a Code of Ethics that would be binding to them (Raymond 2009). The students would as well be guided to understand the implications of felony, computer crime as existing in the relevant laws.
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