Network and Security Foundations - Virtual Instructor Led (vILT)
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Course Concept: A career in information security requires a foundational understanding of digital networks. By understanding network hardware, software and governing protocols, students can expect to understand the shortcomings and vulnerabilities of digital networks (or the misconfiguration thereof) as well as the proper steps needed to ensure they operate properly and securely. This course will provide a foundation necessary to prepare students for follow on courses that facilitate sitting for industry standard certification exams.
Students should expect to learn foundational principles of digital networking to include network topology, the OSI model, TCP/IP, ethernet, network hardware, wireless networking fundamentals, concepts in availability & network troubleshooting. This course further seeks to provide instruction in security policies, passwords, cryptographic technologies, network attacks, malware, firewalls, wireless security, web and browser security, cloud computing, risk management & prioritization of defense resources, backups and much, much more. Students will be given a hands-on approach to learning the fundamentals required for entry into this field. Students will leave this course with a strong understanding in key security foundational principles that will serve as a guiding strong springboard into subsequent learning or provide those with the need for only a foundational understanding a clear understanding of said principles. Understanding these key principles will be integral to an early network or security analyst.
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