TCOM 662: Advanced Secure Networking

Advanced technologies in network security that can be applied to enhance enterprise and ISP’s network security. Covers network perimeter defense concept and various components for complete layered defense system. Examines each component and its technologies, including TCP/IP protocol vulnerabilities, router access control list (ACL), dynamic ACL, firewall, network address translation (NAT), virtual private network (VPN), IPSec tunnels, intrusion detection system (IDS), routing protocol security, denial-of-service (DOS) attack, DOS detection and mitigation techniques.

Prerequisite(s): TCOM 535 and 562, and a working knowledge of network routing protocols.

Total Credit Hours: 3
Spring 2017
Professor Fowler
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7:20-10:00 pm

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