Attacks on computer systems and networks are one of the most significant threats facing today’s businesses. The exposure of sensitive data, customer information or financial records could cost a company dearly. Organizations are making significant investments to mitigate these risks, creating opportunities for information systems security professionals.
Taught by instructors, many of whom have relevant knowledge regarding the information system security skills that can be necessary to manage and protect the vital technology assets of today’s organizations, Colorado Technical University offers a Master’s of Science in Management in Information Systems Security. The MSM with a concentration in Information Systems Security focuses on preparing technical leaders in security management to combat threats in today’s environment through an understanding of security management, network security principles and certification and accreditation requirements.
In this industry-current Master’s of Science in Management degree in Information Systems Security program, our project-based Professional Learning Model™ can engage you with complex, real-world situations and help you understand how the loss or corruption of information systems can significantly affect the organization and result in a substantial loss of revenue. The CTU PLM™ is designed to place you in the active role of collaborative problem-solver and project initiator, helping you learn marketable skills as you can study and learn how information security specialists to implement security measures and make their organizations safe.
Your studies will also include a Project Management Institute (PMI®)-registered project management component that provides a solid base of knowledge to address today's most pressing management challenges.