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May 25, 2016 by Sara Hooshangi (shoosh)
PSCS 4204 : Computer Network Attack and Exploitation
Wed, 25 May 2016 08:46:57 GMT
Mon, 04 Jan 2016 15:29:44 GMT
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Cybersecurity Strategy and Information Management (PSCS)
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CACTA-UC: Cyber Attacks and Cyber Threats Analysis
College of Professional Studies
Prof Studies-Cybersecurity (PSCS)
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Computer Network Attack and Exploitation
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Comp Net Attack & Exploitation
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Cyber attacks orchestrated by computer networks to distract, deny, degrade, or destroy other computer networks or information within large computer systems. Developing standardized attack scenarios to be used against specific targets and providing operational planning to conduct network attacks.
- Understand the responsibilities and liabilities of ethical hacking - Penetrate secure computer networks - Exploit secure computer systems - Document and analyze results of penetration operations - Provide critics and recommendations to improve existing security measures
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Wed, 25 Feb 2015 17:31:36 GMT
Rollback: Per your request