Syllabus2011 - UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON College of Technology...

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UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON College of Technology Department of Information & Logistics Technology ITEC 3351 Intrusion Detection and Incident Response Fall 2011 Course CIS 3351 Intrusion Detection and Incident Response Prerequisite CIS 2337 Web page Course is on WebCT Class T2 202 Hours Fri 1:00 – 4:00 PM Instructor Wm. Arthur Conklin Office T2 228G Office Hours After class and by appointment Contact email waconklin@uh.edu Text Mandia, Prosise, and Pepe; Incident Response and Computer Forensics; Second Edition; McGraw-Hill; 2003 ISBN 0-07-222696-X Additional class readings will be posted on Blackboard. Purpose This course presents material associated with the detection of and subsequent handling of computer security incidents. Learning Objectives 1. Learn the fundamentals of intrusion detection 2. Develop an understanding of intrusion detection tools 3. Examine sources of incident information in an enterprise 4. Examine methodologies for incident response 5. Explore incident response process General The student is expected to read the posted reading assignments (on Blackboard) prior to
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This note was uploaded on 10/21/2011 for the course CIS 3351 taught by Professor Conklin during the Spring '11 term at University of Houston.

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