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NETW 230 Complete Week 5

NETW 230 Complete Week 5 - NTC 362 Complete Week 5 Week-5...

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NTC 362 Complete Week 5 Week-5 Network Security DQ’S Class Participation Activity: Network Security Solutions Question: Are network security best practices only based on implementing hardware and software solutions? If not, how can one of these network security best practices be customized to the needs or risks present in an organization? How are the risks to a particular organization discovered or established? Class Participation Activity: Network Security Evaluation Question: What are some things we need to evaluate when protecting our network? Class Participation Activity: Wireless LAN Security Question: What type of security issues need to be considered when implementing a Wireless LAN? What are some of the possible solutions for securing WLAN? Supporting Activity: Firewalls Question: What is a firewall and describe how firewalls help mitigate network attacks? Supporting Activity: Network Security I Select a peer reviewed article on security protocols, and then answer the following: What are the predominant electronic and physical threats to communications networks? Supporting Activity: Network Security II Select an article on security protocols, and then answer the following: What is the importance of explicit enterprise security policies and procedures to network security? Team Assignment: Learning Team: South Dakota Network Development Presentation Resources: Week Two Learning Team Diagram Develop a 12- to 14-slide proposal presentation in which you present your solutions to the South Dakota Network dilemma. The presentation should include the following: Develop a logical and physical network for the South Dakota Campus. Explain the learning team’s recommendations to design the network. Calculate the cost of the network design. Explain the implementation process and timeline. The budget for this project is 50,000 for network design, devices and cabling. The projected student enrollment is 1,500 in class each night (consider choke points.) There are 45 full-time employees at the campus. Consider network security requirements between employee access and the student population Supportive:Learning Team Instructions: Campus Network
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The South Dakota Campus, with its 45 full-time employees, has recently increased its enrollment to 1,500 students per night. The increase in student population has had a significant
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  • Summer '16
  • arnitaetsitty
  • Wireless access point, Network security policy, campus network

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