INFS3235-B Computer & Network Security (Spring 2021)
For additional course information, First Class requirements, syllabus, etc., check the About The Instructor(s) section for a link to a Faculty Website.

Course Details

Session, Dates: 1 (01/19/2021 - 04/30/2021)
Days: T R
Time: 02:00 - 03:15 pm
Location: Moon Campus
Room: Wheatley Center 119
Seats Available: Course Full, Choose another
Credits: 3
Virtual Rotation (details)

Course Description

Computer Network Security studies the fundamentals of computer and network security and defense. Students learn to describe and analyze security threats, vulnerabilities, attacks, and risks as well as to identify, apply, and evaluate controls and solutions to secure and defend computers and networks. Topics include: network vulnerabilities and attacks, IDS/IPS implementation, firewall and VPN implementations, defense in depth, honeypots and honeynets, network monitoring and traffic analysis, exposure minimization, network access control, DMZs and proxy servers, host and network hardening, mission assurance, and network policy development and enforcement and operational procedures. This course helps students to prepare for the Computing Technology Industry Association's (CompTIA's) Security+ certification exam.

Prerequisite: INFS3230 or INFS3231

About the Instructor(s)

Paul J. Kovacs, Ph.D.
University Professor of Computer and Information Systems
Computer and Information Systems
412-397-6446 phone
412-397-6469 fax
Wheatley Center 302