Network and Internet Security

95-758

Units: 12

Description:

Course Description
This course emphasizes practical employment of network security.  Topics in this course will provide:

  • A working knowledge of the need to design networks to—
    • properly support an organization,
    • properly accommodate networking protocols, and
    • properly secure an organization’s cyber assets through its network infrastructure

 

Learning Outcomes:

Learning Objectives

  • Specific topics covered include:
    • Application of security principles to computer networking
    • The OSI and TCP/IP models of network communication
    • Network security at different layers of the OSI and TCP/IP models
    • Enterprise systems for AAA
    • Securing Virtual Machine and cloud-based IT infrastructures
    • Designing networks on selected protocols to support business operations while maintaining identified levels of network security
    • Supporting secondary network connectivity (wireless, VPNs, BYOD devices, partner networks, cross-domain and other connectivity types)
    • Designing networks to support Resiliency Management, Business Continuity, Disaster Recovery and other principles to avoid network failures that negatively impact the organization’s ability to deliver on its core mission
    • Methods to prevent, detect and respond to security breaches, including the role of Incident Response Teams.

Prerequisites Description:

95752

Syllabus: