Part1: Introduction to Information Assurance

Intro to Information Assurance and Security

This is lecture 1 of a five part series named Intro to Information Assurance and Security at the University of Phoenix. In this lecture, the lecturer discusses the basics of security and takes a high-level look at risk management.

This is lecture 2 of a five part series namedIntro to Information Assurance and Securityat the University of Phoenix. In this lecture, the lecturer assess the value of network segmentation, explain the how's and why's of vulnerability detection, and provide an overview of security information and event management (SIEM).

This is lecture 3 of a five part series named Intro to Information Assurance and Security at the University of Phoenix. It begins with a look at various types of access control (MAC, DAC, and RBAC). He follows this with a discussion of firewalls and intrusion prevention.

This is lecture 4 of a five part series named Intro to Information Assurance and Security at the University of Phoenix. In this lecture, the lecturer discuss how to develop a security program, including policies, standards, and guidelines. Also discussed is how to measure and audit expected outcomes, including use of penetration tests.

This is lecture 5 of a five part series named Intro to Information Assurance and Security at the University of Phoenix. In this lecture, the lecturer tackles network and system threat modeling using attack tree examples.