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ITSY 2430 Intrusion Detection

Prof. Michael P. Harris    
mpharris@delmar.edu    
 

Textbook:  Mark Ciampa, Security+ Guide to Network Security Fundamentals, 3rd Edition.
Course Technology Incorporated, 2009,  ISBN: 978-1-4283-4066-4

Classroom:  VB177         Time:  12:00pm - 1:50pm         Office:  VB114   (361)698-1299

This course is a comprehensive guide for anyone wishing to take the CompTIA Security+ exam. The course covers all of the new CompTIA Security+ exam objectives and maps to the new Security+ 2008 exam. The course covers newly covered exam topics including cross site scripting, SQL injection, rootkits, and virtualization, as well as topics of increasing importance in the industry as a whole, like the latest breeds of attackers, Wi-Fi Protected Access 2, and Microsoft Windows 7/Vista security.

Course Objectives:  ITSY 2430 Intrusion Detection is a second semester course designed for Level One of the Security Certified Program (SCP). This course has been designed to map more clearly to the exam objectives for the current Security Certified Network Professional (SCNP) exam. The primary emphasis is on intrusion detection, but this course also covers essential practices like developing a security policy and then implementing that policy by performing Network Address Translation, setting up packet filtering, and installing proxy servers, firewalls, and virtual private networks. This course provides students with a solid foundation in network security fundamentals, but assumes familiarity with the Internet and basic networking concepts. This course includes many hands-on activities along with realistic case studies.

All students are required to obtain an e-mail account. If you have any questions about the course or need assistance, please contact me in person or by telephone (361)698-1299 during office hours; or by e-mail at any time. You will submit the end-of-chapter assignments by e-mail with a date stamp at or before 11:00 P.M. on the due date. E-mail submissions should be submitted as an attachment in Microsoft Word format.

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  Last Updated: 07-Sep-2010