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ITEC 4310 Critical Infrastructure Security and Resilience

This course is an introduction to the policy, strategy, and practical application of critical infrastructure security and resilience from an all-hazards perspective. It describes the strategic context presented by the 21st century risk environment, and discusses the challenges and opportunities associated with the following: public-private partnerships; information-sharing; risk analysis and prioritization; risk mitigation and management; performance measurement, incident management; and addressing future risks. The course promotes subject-matter understanding, critical analysis of issues, insight into senior leader decision-making, and an awareness of the changing dynamics in the multidisciplinary field of critical infrastructure security and resilience.


3 credits

Lecture Hours

3 hours


At least a C in ITEC 4200