System and Network Security: Projects and Advanced Method IT-S549
About this Course:
Prepares students for a role as a network security analyst and developer and give the student experience in developing a production security system. Topics may include computer and network forensics, advances in cryptography and security protocols and systems; operating system security, analysis of recent security attacks, vulnerability and intrusion detection, incident analysis and design and development of secure networks. This course includes a significant real world team project that results in an fully operational security system. Students should have previous experience with object-oriented and/or scripting languages.
IT-S 448 System and Network Security
Upon completion of this course, participants should be able to work in a team to develop a fully operational security system based on the topic they choose.
Develop a fully operational security system based on one of the following topics:
- Computer and network forensics
- Advances in cryptography and security
- Protocols and systems
- Operating system security
- Analysis of recent security attacks
- Vulnerability and intrusion detection
- Incident analysis and design
- Development of secure networks
Grading/CEU award for this course includes projects, papers, video and presentations.
William P. Lidinsky