2021-2022 Catalog and Student Handbook 
    Jul 16, 2024  
2021-2022 Catalog and Student Handbook [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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CIT 118B - Network Security Management

Credits: 3
Students will learn about network and information security management topics, including Information Security Common Body of Knowledge (ISCBK), threat techniques, and protective techniques through a technical approach. Risk analysis, contingency planning, categories of security devices, password techniques, encryption, network protocol, and intercept devices are emphasized as part of the appropriate ISCBK domain.

Student Learning Outcomes
  1. Distinguish specific types of threats to an organization’s network and identify an organization’s network security vulnerabilities in each of the domains of the Information Security Common Body of Knowledge (ISCBK).
  2. Perform security inspection of an organization and determine the risk factors for the network resources while focusing on the appropriate ISCBK domain.
  3. Describe how organization’s network security philosophies, policies, procedures, and practices affect the protection of network resources and explain the functions of security options.
  4. Distinguish between the different types of intrusion methods, detection methods, and intruder types.
  5. Identify the key aspects of an organization’s reaction to an intrusion, the Response Plan (Recovery Plan), Incident Determination and Containment and the limits that must be applied to automated response systems.
  6. Identify the key aspects of an orderly evaluation of an incident and identify key security standards and security organizations.

Prerequisite: None

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