Management of Information Security and Risk: Quantitative Risk Analysis

City University London
En Islington (Inglaterra)

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  • Bachelor's degree
  • Islington (Inglaterra)
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Descripción

This module provides bases for formulating basic risk decisions in quantitative terms and understanding the meaning and value of statistical and probabilistic methods for analysing risk.

The main aims of the module are to provide: an introduction to probabilistic / statistical modelling and analysis for risk assessment; an introduction to the use of a statistical computing package. The module will be delivered in block mode consisting of two blocks as follows:

Thursday evening: 5pm - 9pm Friday: 9am-5pm Saturday: 9am-5pm The starting date for the first block is given in the module information below. The second block is delivered 6 weeks after the first block.  

This module is taken from the MSc in Management of Information Security and Risk. 



Course Information Start DateStart TimeDurationCostCourse CodeApply Teaching dates are provisionally set for October-November 2015. Thursday 17:00-21:00; Friday 9:00-17:00; Saturday 9:00-17:00 Two blocks comprising Thursday evening, Friday & Saturday all day £1,500.00 (Home/EU students); £1,500.00 (Non-EU) INM418 Apply Now Eligibility You should have a first or second class BSc honours degree (or equivalent non-UK qualification). You should also have approximately five years of relevant professional experience (absolute minimum of two years in exceptional circumstances).



You should also have basic competence and familiarity with mathematics and good professional English.



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Islington
Northampton Square, EC1V 0HB , London, Inglaterra
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¿Qué aprendes en este curso?

Management
Risk
Risk Analysis
Security
Basic
IT
Basic IT training
Basic IT
IT risk
IT Security
IT Management

Programa académico

What will I learn?
  • Quantifying risk. Probabilistic models.  Statistical inference
  • Subjective probabilities and Bayesian inference
  • Dependent events.  Dependent random values
  • Worst / best case estimates of probabilities and random values
  • Models of defence / protection
  • Presenting results of risk analysis.

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Teaching and Assessment

Assessment is coursework based consisting of a mixture of one or more of the following:

  • reports
  • essays
  • presentations
  • peer reviews
  • group work.