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College of Professional Studies
Prof Studies-Cybersecurity (PSCS)
PSCS
4104
Securing Network Devices
Securing Network Devices
Fall 2015
4
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Lecture
Seminar
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25

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Key network components and devices that need to be secured in order to protect networks from attack; practical and theoretical perspectives on network protection technologies; weaknesses and vulnerabilities; mitigation strategies; viruses, worms and other threats.
- Understand the need for network security and security policy and the implementation of cybersecurity requirements - Protect and effectively defend computer networks against malicious activities - Identify differences between various network security technologies: VPN, VLANs, Encryption and wired and wireless networks - Describe how various network protection components function, interoperate and why they are employed - Learn how to defend networks from attacks - Communicate effectively and work collaboratively
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