Management of Information Security

Management of Information Security primarily focuses on the managerial aspects of information security, such as access control models, information security governance, and information security program assessment and metrics. Coverage on the foundation and technical components of information security is included to reinforce key concepts. The third edition includes up-to-date information on changes in the field such as revised sections on national and international laws and international standards like the ISO 27000 series. With these updates, Management of Information Security continues to offer a unique overview of information security from a management perspective while maintaining a finger on the pulse of industry changes and academic relevance.

Features and Benefits
Reflects changes in the field, including revised sections on national and international laws and international standards such as the ISO 27000 series.
Expanded coverage in key managerial areas of Information Security Governance, Access Control Models, and Information Security Program Assessment and Metrics.
Applies a running case study which follows a fictional company as it encounters various information security issues, rounded out by discussion questions that encourage class participation.
Offers “Viewpoint” essays to provide a range of commentary that illustrate interesting topics or share personal experiences–providing students with real-world examples.
Reinforces skills as they are learned with extensively revised review questions, hands-on activities, and case projects in each chapter.


Udeme Aaron


  • Walden University – EdD in Education Technology
  • Capella University – MS in Information Security Systems
  • Mercer University – BS in Information Technology
  • Georgia Military College – AS in Criminal Justice


  • Proficient in Mobile Applications, Computer Network, Access Reporting, C# Programming, Comp 1000, PeopleSoft, C++, MS Project, Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Access, Outlook, Small Basic, VB, java, Oracle, WebCT, Blackboard, and Adobe Suites.


  • Adjunct Faculty (September, 2007-Present)
  • Atlanta Technical College
  • Teach a diverse group of nontraditional students, identifying different learning styles and meeting learning outcomes.
  • Participate in school retention initiatives by providing regular, accurate, and timely feedback to students and the school concerning academics, behavior, attendance, etc.
  • Recognized by lead faculty in the Computer Technology Department as being dedicated to students, willing to assist student development and “one of the most liked Technology teachers” on campus.
  • Motivate students to actively participate in all aspects of the educational process.
  • Complete professional development and in-service activities in accordance with college standards.
  • Incorporate and educate nontraditional students in SQL Background, Access Reporting, and development.
  • Design and deliver classroom materials such as the syllabus and learning materials.
  • Participate in Education Department meetings and continuing teacher education classes to further develop as a facilitator.
  • Teach material from approved curriculum and develops daily lesson plans to include instructional aids.

Adjunct Professor (July 2010-Ongoing)

Macon State College

  • Develop educational technology curriculum for delivery of classroom and online
  • coursework. Instruct online students in the grammar and writing skills necessary for success at the university level.
  • Design and deliver curriculum for online coursework, main newsgroups, online lectures, and learning teams.
  • Attend regular faculty meetings and continuing education opportunities including Learning Teams Workshop, Plagiarism Workshop, and Grading Evaluation and Feedback class.
  • Maintain expertise in subject area and recommends improvements in curriculum design.
  • Incorporate and educate nontraditional students in SQL Background, Access Reporting, development.
  • Research new and innovative applications and theories on technology.
  • Inspire students to integrate technology into daily classroom activities.
  • Restructure student attitudes regarding purpose and use of technology in classroom.
  • Plan and implement special university events with the proper coordination along with officials and community representatives.

Adjunct Instructor (December 2009-August 2016)

ITT Technical Institute

  • Develop and teach a full range of introduction to information systems, application software suites, computer science, web design and implementation, computer privacy and ethics.
  • Develop lesson plans and achieve cross-level customization of material and presentation.
  • Manage classroom of 80 students in an adult setting. Instruct students in laboratory safety procedures if applicable.
  • Perform duties in the Learning Resource Center as assigned.
  • Participate in core course academic support programs, certification programs, and student professional associations.
  • Utilize multiple methods of teaching to capture different learning styles and ensure student success.
  • Work with traditional and nontraditional college age students in a classroom Setting.

Asset Protection Detective (July 2007-Present)

Wal-mart Stores

  • Advise Management staff on the fiscal aspects of protecting and managing the safety of stores.
  • Oversee the implementation of associates and managers on how to follow asset protection procedures. Navigated program development practices, procedures, budgets, training, marketing, and evaluations for various programmatic offices designed to address areas such as management systems, training activities, education, therapeutic counseling, family dynamics, geriatric concerns.
  • Recommend and implement plans for deterrence and detention of shoplifting, accidents, and loss. Review available data to monitor asset protection processes and make recommendations to address deficiencies.
  • Coordinate controversial, unconventional, criminal case related matters between and among Federal, State, and City agencies to address criminal, civil, and internal investigations.
  • Perform and compile credit card chargeback data in report format to identify and evaluate transaction level losses.
  • Proficient use of CCTV media devices to include 24 hour VCR multiplexer and digital video editing.

IT Specialist (April 2005-July 2007)

Mercer University

  • Incorporate and educate nontraditional students in SQL Background, Access Reporting, development.
  • Coordinated the scheduling of 300+ required educational experiences for Continuing Education students and staff with emphasis and concentration in Microsoft Suites.
  • Utilized Blackboard and WebCT to facilitate web page development for course design and enhance its content by using flash, audio, and animation.
  • Manage IT and web projects with budgets up to $50 million across organizational teams of over 50 people.
  • Administer IT functions, software delivery processes, professional services, consulting and project management.
  • Manage methodologies that execute IT programs established for an organizational framework/oversight process.
  • Modify and maintain client websites, strong customer focus, and experience in internal consulting and customer account management.
  • Managed and maintained relational databases (Oracle, SQL Server, Sybase), C++, VB, Java, data models Program .NET framework including C#, ADO.NET, ASP.NET and stored procedures.
  • Develop, implement, integrate, and support application solutions such as rich client, web applications, and distribute systems.
  • Maintain A/V equipment for the standard up-keep at the regional centers and monitors the management, logging/tracking use of equipment, and equipment maintenance.
  • Develop web content for the university’s academic centers. Maintain the computerized database of individual preceptors and institutions participating in the experiential education program.

Tax Examining Technician (January 2006-September 2006)
Department of Treasury

  • Followed Internal Revenue Service (IRS) regulations, Revenue rulings, Revenue procedures, and the Internal Revenue Manual to determine how to accurately process 1040X Amended Returns and RAIVS requests for information.
  • Researched taxpayer’s tax account information using 1040X information, attachments, Integrated Data Retrieval System (IDRS) and Service wide Electronic Research Program (SERP) online research sources to math verify and make adjustments to the account.
  • Communicated information to taxpayers in a clear and understandable manner through correspondence according to Internal Revenue Manual procedures and disclosure guidelines.
  • Responded to taxpayer’s inquiries regarding the preparation of a variety of tax returns, related schedules and other documentation. Protected confidentiality of taxpayer’s information within the confines of disclosure laws, rules, and regulations.
  • Referred cases to Examination, Collection, Criminal Investigations, Appeals, or Counsel according to prescribed criteria. Informed supervisor of recurrent procedural or processing problems, and suggests new or revised procedures or methods.
  • Prioritized routed returns and efficiently organized work flow processes to insure timely processing of tax returns.
  • Received specialized training to analyze and process Statute returns using IDRS command code TXMODA to determine the ASCED date, math verify and route the return accordingly.
  • Selected to coach new tax examiners on RAIVS program procedures and conduct quality reviews which required giving both oral and written feedback based on Internal Revenue Manual references, disclosure rules and guidelines.
  • Developed 1040X Clerical programs to prescreen, sort, date and batch returns to be routed to the appropriate locations or worked by a tax examiner. Worked Code & Edit programs by researching, copying and stuffing extensions to file.

General Manager (January 1999- June 2005)

Junald Used Auto

  • Incorporate and educate employees in SQL Background, Access Reporting, development.
  • Responded to inquires and requests for information, data, and analyses. Coordinated with Legal Department, Procurement Office, Accounting Department, etc. to review &/or revise project/programmatic issues.
  • Served as the primary point of contact and conduit regarding the overall strategy and operation of parts for clients throughout the US and abroad.
  • Collaborated with major fortune 500 companies, small businesses, & government entities to link the ADP with international markets.
  • Responsible for membership recruitment, corporate development, marketing, sales, promotion, advertising, & moderate fund raising activities.

Course Curriculum

Getting Started
Course Discussion
Getting A Taste Of Information Security Managment
Chapter 1
Introduction to the Management of Information Security
Information Security Management Breakdown
Chapter 2
Planning for Security
Information security training for new employees
Chapter 3
Planning for Contingencies
Pause Think And Act
Chapter 4
Information Security Policy
Chapter 5
Developing the Security Program
Password Policy
Chapter 6
Security Management Models
Information Security Awarness
Chapter 7
Security Management Practices
Chapter 8
Identifying and Assessing Risk
How to Analyze Employee Risk
Don’t Trust Your IT Department
Chapter 9
Risk Management
Pause, Think Ad Act
Chapter 10
Protection Mechanisms
Chapter 11
Personnel and Security
Chapter 12
Law and Ethics


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