Privacy and Information Security Law

Description: This course explores a variety of issues concerning the use, disclosure, and protection of information including personal, organizational, health, and financial information. The course focuses on understanding, planning, protecting, and responding to data breaches and other information risk and threats. Additional topics covered include consumer privacy, protection and use of information, the right of access to information, and the role of government in information protection and usage.

Professors: Randy L. Canis and Elizabeth Ortmann-Vincenzo

Meeting Time: Tuesdays 4:00 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.

Locations:
* MST Campus - Butler Carlton Hall 110
* MST EEC - Upon arrangement only

Course Information
Syllabus - DOC or PDF
Schedule - HTML
Text Book - Information Privacy Law, Solove, Schwartz, Aspen Publishing 2014 (5th Edition) ISBN-13: 978-1454849537
Test Archive - HTML
Course Project - DOC or PDF

IMPORTANT NOTE: Please have a printed copy of the syllabus and Handout 1 for the first day's lecture. All handouts are available under the schedule.

REFERENCE NUMBERS
UMR Campus
Distance
EEC Campus
IST 5001733477335073577

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