Journal of Information Systems Education (JISE)

Volume 13

Volume 13 Number 3, Pages 189-196

Fall 2002

An Undergraduate Business Information Security Course and Laboratory

Michael R. Grimaila
Inkoo Kim

Texas A&M University
College Station, TX 77802, USA

Abstract: In an environment of growing security threats, it is essential to raise the awareness and capabilities of business students entering the workforce to mitigate threats to the enterprise. In this paper, the authors present their experience in the design, implementation, and teaching of a foundation undergraduate business information security course with laboratory components using security tools. The authors identify key resources consulted in the development of the curriculum and discuss various teaching methods and their effectiveness in offering the course for the first time.

Keywords: Information security management education, Information system security pedagogy

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Recommended Citation: Grimaila, M. R. & Kim, I. (2002). An Undergraduate Business Information Security Course and Laboratory. Journal of Information Systems Education, 13(3), 189-196.