This course will introduce students to the concepts and practices of computer virtualization, especially in the context of enterprise datacenter virtualization, virtual machine storage, virtual networking and access control. Upon completion, students should be able to perform tasks related to installation, configuration and management of virtual machines.
The course combines an ethical hacking methodology with the hands-on application of security tools to better help students secure their systems. Students are introduced to common countermeasures that effectively reduce and/or mitigate attacks.
This course introduces the student to the fundamentals of system administration using Linux operating systems. Additionally, the course provides the broad-based knowledge necessary to prepare students for further study in other specialized security fields.
This course prepares students for entry-level security specialist careers by developing an in-depth understanding of network security principles and the tools and configurations needed to secure a network
This course builds on Windows Server I: Installing and Configuring Windows Server by continuing to provide validation of skills necessary to implement a core Windows Server 2012 Infrastructure into an existing enterprise environment. Additionally, the course provides the broad-based knowledge necessary to prepare students for further study in other specialized Information Technology and security fields.
Intrusion Detection/Prevention Systems Fundamentals
In this course, students gain a thorough grounding in the design, implementation, and administration of IDSes/IPSes, as well as practical, hands-on experience working with these systems. In addition, students analyze various attack signatures and the network traffic these systems collect. Intrusion Detection/Prevention Systems are critical components of well-designed network architectures. These systems act as a line of defense, helping protect company assets from attacks.
This course provides familiarity with hardware and software concepts and an introduction to the Visual BASIC programming language. Several short programming projects are assigned to provide the students with experience in program development. This course may not be substituted for either COMP 1100.
This course is a continuation of INFO 2205, Information Technology - Hardware and Operating Systems. The course content covers advanced hardware and operating system troubleshooting as well as computer configuration. PR INFO 2205, grade of C or higher.
Students learn the fundamentals of how to install, configure, and use the Linux operating system; how to use command line and graphic interfaces to perform common network tasks; how to configure system features and services (e.g web services, DHCP, FTP, and network); and how to use basic troubleshooting tools and techniques to solve system issues.