Yes, just two. But the first one is rather large and the second one is deeper.
This is from official dates published by the campus.
- Partial 1 exam is Thursday September 15th.
Show your depth of knowledge in YOUR choice of 6 of the following topics (English or Spanish):
- Why should we study computing security.
- Three goals: Integrity, Availability and Confidentiality
- Ethic and legal responsibilities in computer security
- Certifications in Computing Security
- Ethical hacking
- IT Risk Management Frameworks
- Risk Assessment Methodologies
- Classic Security Architecture Models
- Security Policies
- Authentication and Access Control
- Unintentional Security Issues
- Security Countermeasures
- Security on the Web (User Perspective)
- Operating System Security
- Network Security
- Wireless Security
- Denial of Service
- Potpourri for $500
What should your grade (scale of 1 to 100) be for partial #1 in this course and why. This should be based on evidence that you have left here on this exam and in your blog posts about WSQs, quizzes, º and any other posts as well as participation in class and outside of class through comments on other blogs, Twitter and more.
Rubric for Question Two
I reworked the rubric from last semester and came up with the following guide, we will discuss this in class but you can also discuss on Twitter (with #TC2027) or in the comments below.
Rubric_TC2027_P1 (updated to remove reference to “code”)
Partial#1 by Bauer Ken is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.