Classes

Cyberlaw: Privacy, Ethics, and Digital Rights

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Fall

A MSIA elective, and PhD required class, Cyberlaw will explore the legal and ethical issues associated with information security, including access, use, and dissemination. Emphasis will be on the legal infrastructure relating to information assurance, such as the DMCA, HIPAA, privacy law(s), data breach laws, as well as emerging technologies for management of digital rights, such as PCI-DSS and Blockchain. We will examine the role of information security in various domains, including healthcare, research, government, and personal communications. We will also examine criminal activities as...

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Cyberlaw: Privacy, Ethics, and Digitial Rights (Online, Summers)

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Summer

The course will explore specific problems in applying real world law to cyberspace in areas such as intellectual property, privacy, content control, and international jurisdiction.  The class also reviews the legal and ethical issues associated with information security including access, use, and dissemination. We will emphasize legal infrastructure relating to information assurance and emerging technologies for management of digital rights. We further examine the role of information security in various domains such as health care, scientific research, and personal...

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