Welcome to Information Technology Services (ITS). Students will be equipped with a strong foundation in the underlying technologies such as digital payments; data analytics and block-chain that are transforming the way businesses and the financial industry deliver products and services to customers.
These courses are for those who are completely sure of the field they want to go in. Students with a computer science background are preferred in IT courses as they already have knowledge of software such as Acrobat, Win Zip, Internet Explorer, FTP, SSH and personal Firewall.
To achieve this impact, NIST actively participates in the National Science and Technology Council (NSTC) Subcommittee on Biometrics and Identity Management and its Standards and Conformity Assessment and Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation Working Groups as well in several USG interagency biometric working groups.
What drives information technology is competition within the business environment and the progression of computer technology that it is a part of. The systems of technology involve varied shapes of many state of the art devices that help in the transmission of information to managers translating such information to their decisions in the organization’s operations.
This course covers the legal and ethical issues that IT professionals should be knowledgeable of. Case studies will be used to illustrate recent events in the businesses and transactions related to IT. Upon completion of this course, students should be able to analyze the impact of technology on individuals, organizations and society from a legal and ethical perspective.