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Máster Universitario en Ciberseguridade
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Identifying Data 2020/21
Subject (*) Incident Management Code 614530015
Study programme
Máster Universitario en Ciberseguridade
Descriptors Cycle Period Year Type Credits
Official Master's Degree 2nd four-month period
First Optional 3
Language
Spanish
Galician
Teaching method Face-to-face
Prerequisites
Department Ciencias da Computación e Tecnoloxías da Información
Computación
Coordinador
López Rivas, Antonio Daniel
E-mail
daniel.lopez@udc.es
Lecturers
Dafonte Vazquez, Jose Carlos
López Rivas, Antonio Daniel
E-mail
carlos.dafonte@udc.es
daniel.lopez@udc.es
Web http://faitic.uvigo.es
General description The management of cybersecurity incidents focuses on managing proactivity to prevent and mitigate possible consequences. The necessary knowledge about tools that can facilitate the management of incidents and recoveries, the justification of the proposed plans for recovery and resilience, the identification and classification of possible incidents and the definition of the channels for their management and resolution will be obtained.
Contingency plan Contingency plan A: total or partial confinement of students and / or teachers. 1. Modification in the contents: there is no modification. 2. Methodologies * Teaching methodologies that are modified - Master session, taught through videoconference. - Practices through ICT, taught through the use of the students' own tools and / or remote access to classroom equipment. - Objective test, through Faitic, Moodle or other tool provided by UVigo and / or UDC. 3. Mechanisms for personalized attention to students - Moodle: always. All teaching resources (slides, practice statement, announcements, software, etc.) are available through Moodle. - Teams: weekly. The tutorials will be attended by Teams at the official hours of each teacher. - Email: always. To answer any question. 4. Modifications in the evaluation: none * Observations of the evaluation: in the event that it cannot be done in person, the following will be carried out: - Objective test: through Faitic and Remote Campus or Teams. 5. Modifications of the bibliography or webgraphy: none. Contingency plan B: number of students exceeds the capacity of the classroom. 1. Modification in the contents: there is no 2. Methodologies * Teaching methodologies that are modified - Master session, two groups will be established that will attend in person every other week. A video conferencing solution (remote Campus or Teams) will be searched to access the sessions remotely. - Practices through ICT, two groups will be established that will attend in person every other week. A remote access solution or similar will be sought for the group that cannot attend in person. It is taught through the use of the students' own tools and / or remote access to classroom equipment. - Objective test, a classroom with sufficient capacity will be enabled. 3. Mechanisms for personalized attention to students - Moodle: always. All teaching resources (slides, practice statement, announcements, software, etc.) are available through Moodle. - Teams: weekly. The tutorials will be attended by Teams at the official hours of each teacher. - Email: always. To answer any question. 4. Modifications in the evaluation: none * Observations of the evaluation: if it cannot be done in person, the following will be carried out: - Objective test: through Faitic and Remote Campus or Teams. 5. Modifications of the bibliography or webgraphy: none.
(*)The teaching guide is the document in which the URV publishes the information about all its courses. It is a public document and cannot be modified. Only in exceptional cases can it be revised by the competent agent or duly revised so that it is in line with current legislation.
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