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This course is currently focused on network security. In order to understand the network security problem, the security section will begin with a review of various forms of network attacks including scanning, exploits and denial-of-service attacks. We will also review various cryptographic mechanisms like symmetric encryption, message digests, and public key crypto. We then turn to network-side security management including both passive measures like firewall defense schemes including packet virtualrs, and bastion hosts. design a complete secure network using firewalls and security options is major point of this course.
Language: The class is taught in English.
Assistant: Select one student to manage, handle and collect the assignments, projects, and LAB activities.
Final Examination: Written examination, (40%)
Coursework 1: A 6 page paper (in a team of two students), (30%)
Coursework 2: A Project and Presentation (individually) , (30%)
Lecture Notes
Session 01
Introduction to Network Security: Who’s vulnerable,Who’s attacking, What are the kinds of attacks, How do we protect ourselves,What do you do when you’ve been attacked
Session 02
Cryptography: History, Basic terminologies, Symmetric key encryption, Asymmetric key encryption, Hashing Structure
Session 03
Wired vs WIRELESS SECURITY: Differences between Sired and Wireless , Differences based on Security Wireless Security: Shared key authentication, Key Authentication, Wi-Fi Protected Access (APA)
Session 04 - Lab 01
Attacks: Crisis, Computer Crimes, Hacker Attacks, Modes of Computer Security, Password Security, Network Security, Web Security, Distributed Systems Security, Database Security
Session 05 - Lab 02
Virus, Worms and Trojans: Definition Of a Computer Virus, History Of Computer Viruses, The Virus Languages, Symptoms, Classifying Viruses , Classifying virus Categories , Classifying virus types, Protection/Prevention, 9 Antivirus
Session 06 - Lab 03
Firewalls: What is a firewall, Why an organization needs a firewall, Types of firewalls and technologies, Deploying a firewall, What is a VPN
Session 07 - Lab 04
Intrusion Detection System(IDS) and Intrusion Prevention System(IPS): Intrusion, Types of Intrusion, Intrusion Detection Models, Intrusion Prevention Models
Session 08 - Lab 05
Wireless LAN Security: Benefits, Standards, Functionality, Security Issues, Solutions and Implementations
Session 09 - Lab 06
Network Security (Principles & Practices): Introduction to Network Security, Defining Security Zones, DMZ
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New Brunswick, Canada