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Information Systems Development
- What is systems development?
- The five phases of the systems development lifecycle (SDLC)
- Accomplishing system definition
- The users’ role in the requirement phase
- Designing the five components
- Implementing an IS
- The tasks for system maintenance
- Problems with the SDLC
Information Systems Management
- Functions and organisation of the IS department
- How do organisations plan the use of IS?
- Advantages and disadvantages of outsourcing
- User rights and responsibilities
Information Security Management
- The goal of IS security
- How big is the computer security problem?
- Responding to security threats
- Technical safeguards
- Data safeguards
- Human safeguards
- Responding to security incidents
This information system course is suitable for:
- Those who wish to assess, evaluate, and apply emerging information systems (IS) technology to business.
- Those who wish to take an active role in systems development to create an IS that meets their needs.
- Those who need to learn how to employ IS to accomplish their job tasks.
- Those who want to use IS to achieve their business strategies.
Upon completion of this course, you will be able to understand:
- The development of information systems.
- The primary responsibilities of the IS department.
- The reasons for outsourcing IS services, the most common and popular outsource alternatives, and the outsourcing risks.
- The rights and responsibilities regarding services provided by the IS department.
- The threats to computer security.
- Techniques that should be employed to protect computing devices and data.
- Technical, data, and human safeguards.
- How organisations should respond to security threats and incidents.