• Classroom
  • Online, Instructor-Led
  • Online, Self-Paced
Course Description

This course is designed to prepare you to apply and understand the basics of computer network security. The course covers aspects of computer crime, cyber-crime culture, basic networking topics, disaster planning, viruses, and denial of service attacks, firewalls, network address translation fundamentals, intrusion detection fundamentals, remote access and windows security.

Learning Objectives

  • Define basic and advanced security concepts
  • Explain cybersecurity including origins, trends, and culture and legal implications
  • Demonstrate proficiency in responding to cybersecurity incidents
  • Explain contingency planning and its components
  • Explain containment, eradication, recovery and system restoration

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