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CNA 432. OSI Layers Security

Credits: 3
Department: Computer Networking and Applications
Description: Security models and protocols for each OSI layer. Network and Web security implementation, monitoring, intrusion, recovery, and countermeasures.
Prerequisites: CNA 426 or IS 353 or consent of instructor
Semester Offered: Fall
Grading Method: ABCDF

Student Learning Outcomes

1. Assess security education, risk and incident management.
2. Identify attacks to IT and Office, and treat taxonomy.
3. Install network devices, addressing and defense in depth.
4. Evaluate packet sniffers, threats and solutions to TCP/IP and wireless networks.
5. Manage preventive, detective and corrective security features for a Linux LAN.
6. Install preventive and detective measures for UNIX and Windows.
7. Assess legal concerns, defense probing, and exploitation of security vulnerabilities.

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