CSS 210: Computer Security IV
This course is dedicated to the implementation of network security. Students will learn how to design and implement security solutions that reduce the vulnerability of computer networks. The student is introduced to the various methods for defending a network. Topics include concepts and principles of network security, packet filtering with ACLs, network address translation (NAT), configuring and deploying multiple firewall topologies, implementing virtual private networks (VPNs), user authentication and intrusion detection. The title of this course was previously Managing Network Security I.
Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6; CNT 211 and CNT 216, minimum grade "C"
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