Syllabus - Spring 2011(201120 H1 Term PROFESSOR Name Gerald...

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Spring 2011 (201120) H1 Term PROFESSOR: Name: Gerald Hensel Office: 2-312 E-mail: [email protected] Phone number: 407-582-2509 Office hours (also by Appointment): Posted on Office door COURSE : Introduction to Network Security This course covers a broad overview of security topics related to information security including: cryptography,  security baselines, and current attack and counter attack methods. The course covers methods to secure  communications, Web security and hardening the network infrastructure. It also teaches the student to develop  comprehensive security and management policies. It looks at both Windows and Linux security techniques for  hardening the operating system. The objectives of this course are mapped to Comptia’s Security+ Certification  Exam. (Special Fee: $34) CRN: 24751 Credit: 3 Prerequisite(s) and Co-requisite(s): CET 2486 Meeting places and times: This class meets on Thursday from 7:00 - 9:45 pm COURSE OUTCOMES : CTS 1120 Student will be able to explain and define general security concepts Core Competency: Think Core Competency: Act Student will understand communication security Student will understand and be able to develop infrastructure security Student will understand and explain the basics of cryptology Students will understand and be able to implement operational / organization security
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