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- Solutions Manual for Corporate Computer and Network Security 2nd Edition by Raymond Panko
- Corporate Computer And Network Security\, Second Edition
- Business Data Networks and Security
Solutions Manual for Corporate Computer and Network Security 2nd Edition by Raymond Panko
Instructor s : Dr. Wayne Summers. MWF in online chat ; p. This course examines the fundamentals of security issues arising from computer networks. Topics include intrusion detection, firewalls, threats and vulnerabilities, denial of service attacks, viruses and worms, use and effectiveness of encryption, secure transactions and e-commerce, and network exploits.
Software and manuals found in the lab and on the Internet. Students will understand the major issues in network and computer system security, focusing mainly on threats from malicious software. Students will have an understanding of common attacks on computer networks and methods to detect and remediate such attacks.
Students will be able to identify threats and vulnerabilities to information systems. Students will be able to identify and detect data, computers and networks exploits. Students will be able to secure computer networks. Be able to use network security tools. Foundations of computer and network security.
Access Control and Site Security. Threats and vulnerabilities. Attack Methods. Technical defenses: authentication, operating system security, firewalls, etc. Host Security.
Elements of Cryptography. Application Security: Electronic Commerce and E-mail. Network vulnerability assessment and intrusion detection. Remediation methods, including backup and repair strategies. Business continuity planning and disaster recovery planning. Legal issues, privacy, cyberwar and cyberterror. This course is being offered through WebCT Vista. Your Vista WebCT username and password are:.
If you are still having problems gaining access a day or so after the class begins, please e-mail me immediately. Once you've entered WebCT Vista, you will see a list of courses you have access to. You may also see new discussion postings, new calendar postings, and new mail messages. Clicking on the name of the course will take you to the course's home page.
If you don't see the " Network Security " course in the list, please e-mail me immediately. Once you have clicked on the course's name and accessed the particular course itself, you will find a home page with links to other sections and tools, and a menu on the left-hand side.
Feel free to explore the areas in the course. On a weekly basis, you will need to:. Online Discussions To maximize your learning, you are expected to participate actively in the weekly discussions. To receive maximum credit for participating, you must post a response to EACH discussion question of at least words and comment on ONE of the other students' responses for EACH discussion assignment.
There is, of course, no upper limit on the amount of discussion in which you can be involved in. The responses to other students' postings should add to the substance of the posting, request clarification, provide a different perspective, or challenge the assertions made by providing real or hypothetical scenarios that the original posting does not adequately address.
Remember, the purpose of course discussions is to stimulate academic debate. Critical thinking is highly desirable! CSU is committed to open, frank, and insightful dialogue in all of its courses. Diversity has many manifestations, including diversity of thought, opinion, and values. Students are encouraged to be respectful of that diversity and to refrain from inappropriate commentary.
Should such inappropriate comments occur, I will intervene as I monitor the dialogue in the discussions. I will request that inappropriate content be removed from the discussion and will recommend university disciplinary action if deemed appropriate. Students as well as faculty should be guided by common sense and basic etiquette.
The following are good guidelines to follow:. Never post content that is harmful, abusive; racially, ethnically, or religiously offensive; vulgar; sexually explicit; or otherwise potentially offensive. If you fail to meet your responsibilities, you do so at your own risk. As your instructor in this course, I am responsible to:.
Although I will read every posted discussion question and response, I will not necessarily respond to every post. Student Web Server Space. There may be times when you will want to use an actual Web server in response to discussion questions or for projects.
Then click on the link to request the account. Under normal circumstances, the account and space will be created in a matter of seconds. This server is also.
NET capable. Online Lab Assignments. The lab assignments will be of two types. Some assignments will require the use of your own computer. If you are using a computer at work, make sure that you have permission to use the software for the assignment.
Assignments for Course. General Policies. You are responsible for all class work missed, regardless of the reason for the absence s. Late assignments will not be accepted. It is a basis for disciplinary action. Any work turned in for individual credit must be entirely the work of the student submitting the work.
All work must be your own. You may discuss the material in the course and help one another with debugging; however, any work you hand in for a grade must be your own. A simple way to avoid inadvertent plagiarism is to talk about the assignments, but don't read each other's work or write solutions together unless otherwise directed by your instructor.
For your own protection, keep scratch paper and old versions of assignments to establish ownership, until after the assignment has been graded and returned to you. If you have any questions about this, please see your instructor immediately. For assignments, access to notes, the course textbooks, books and other publications is allowed.
All work that is not your own, MUST be properly cited. This includes any material found on the Internet. Stealing or giving or receiving any code, diagrams, drawings, text or designs from another person CSU or non-CSU, including the Internet is not allowed.
It is your responsibility to prevent others from having unauthorized access to your work. No cheating in any form will be tolerated. Students will be expected to discuss the academic misconduct with the faculty member and the chairperson.
Getting help You can always contact me during my posted office hours, by e-mail, or by appointment. Course requirements will not be waived but reasonable accommodations may be provided as appropriate.
Lecture Topic. Week January Chapter 1 — A Framework. See Website. Chapter 1a — Examples of Security Problems. Hands-on Lab 1 - Footprinting the network. Chapter 2 — Access Control and Site Security. Hands-on Lab 2 - Passwords. February Chapter 4 — Attack Methods. Hands-on Lab 3 - Antivirus Policy. Chapter 5 — Firewalls. Hands-on Lab 4 - Firewall Policy. Chapter 6 — Host Security. March 3. Hands-on Lab 5 - Host Security. March
When a threat succeeds in causing harm to a business, this is called an incident, breach, or compromise. In terms of a business process model, threats push the business process away from meeting one or more of its goals. Open navigation menu. Close suggestions Search Search. User Settings.
Pearson published this exclusive for the benefit of students outside the United States and Canada. If you purchased this book within the United States or Canada you should be aware that it has been imported without the approval of the Publisher or Author. Business Data Networks and Security For these Global Editions, the editorial team at Pearson has collaborated with educators across the world to address a wide range of subjects and requirements, equipping students with the best possible learning tools. This Global Edition preserves the cutting-edge approach and pedagogy of the original, but also features alterations, customization, and adaptation from the North American version. Panko Julia A. Lockheed has suggested that companies should actively consider security kill chains and look for evidence that one of the steps is occurring. Success in identifying an operating kill chain may allow the company to stop it or at least disrupt or degrade it.
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Embed Size px x x x x To Courtney Boyle, thank you for your patience, kindness, and perspective on whats most important in life. To Julia Panko, my long-time networking and security editor and one of the best technology minds Ive ever encountered.
Teaching Suggestions Special Issues This is a longer chapter than the others and may require additional time to cover it adequately. Role in the Book Chapter 1 surveyed the security threats that corporations face today. Chapter 2 and the remaining chapters deal with the management of defenses against these and future threats. Boyle and Raymond R. The book is organized around the plan-protect-respond cycle for security management. Chapter 2 introduces the plan-protect-respond cycle and discusses the planning phase of the cycle.
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