This brief book gives a quick introduction to the many facets of the CMMI model. It is meant for the 90% of people who utilize it but are not actually implementing a CMMI model. Introducing CMMI is not limited to software development and a reader using it for work in areas of IT such as project management will learn the principles of CMMI just as easily as a person interested in software development.
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Susan Cook has been an IT professional for approximately 15 years as a system administrator, network administrator, web site designer, programmer, and information security professional. She has professional experience in higher education, state government, and financial sectors. Prior to her career in IT, she worked as a compliance auditor and as a licensed private investigator. Since 2008, she has been employed as a Senior IT Policy and Security Programs Administrator for Texas A&M University, with a focus on IT Risk Assessment.
Publications internal to Texas A&M University include:
· University-wide guidelines for IT Change Management.· University-wide guidelines for IT Disaster Recovery Planning.· IT Risk Management training materials.· IT Risk Assessment tools.· Presentation materials covering various information security topics.
Previous external publications include course design for ITT Technical Institute (network security) and IT Architecture for Dummies (co-author with Kirk Hausman). Susan has a Master’s Degree in Information Technology (Information Security concentration) and is currently working on a Master of Arts in Security Management.
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