Syllabus - Computer and Network Security CET 4663 Daniel...

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Computer and Network Security CET 4663 Daniel Burroughs Fall 2010 PROFESSOR Daniel Burroughs Associate Technology Direct Email: burrougs@mail.ucf.edu (please use WebCoures email for the class) Office: UCF Tower (12201 Research Parkway) Suite 223 Voice: 407-823-4752 Office hours by appointment only COURSE DESCRIPTION Title and Course No.: CET—4663 Computer and Network Security Course Description: An introductory course in computer security. Topics covered include vulnerabilities & exploits, secure communications, securing operating systems, firewalls, routers, VPNs, intrusion detection analysis, and legal issues of computer security. Prerequisites: PR: MAC 1105 WHAT TO EXPECT This course is highly applied and therefore the primary teaching methods are lectures and demonstrations. The course takes theory you have learned in other courses and this course and demonstrates its application. Hands-on assignments are used to reinforce what the student has learned. Each assignment includes a hands-on exercise as well a written report. The assignments are meant to replicate, as best as possible, what a student would find in real-world situations.
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This note was uploaded on 04/24/2011 for the course CET 4663 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at University of Central Florida.

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Syllabus - Computer and Network Security CET 4663 Daniel...

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