Discuss System Security Auditing And Vulnerability Assessment.

Network Security II (ISEC321)

This course covers basic fundamental theoretical concepts, mechanisms and techniques for network intrusion detection and prevention both in wired and wireless networks. In addition, the course provides students with hands-on skills on configuring intrusion prevention systems (IPS) as well as on generating common network attacks. Topics covered include: overview on network attack types, attack signatures generation, denial of services (DoS) attacks, distributed DoS attacks, buffer overflow attack, Man-in-the-Middle attacks, ARP cache poisoning attacks, common mobile and wireless network attacks, IP spoofing based attacks, sniffing attacks, covert channels, steganography, operating systems fingerprinting, system and network vulnerability assessment.

Learning Outcomes

At the end of the course, students will be able to :

  1. Demonstrate Teamwork Skills.
  2. Discuss System Security Auditing And Vulnerability Assessment.
  3. Evaluate Ips Attack Signature Rules.
  4. Analyze Common Security Threats And Network Attacks.
  5. Compare Appropriate Countermeasures For Common Network Attacks.


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