|Course Name:||Internet Security|
|Offered Date:||Winter - 2019 | Other versions|
This subject explores issues surrounding web site construction, operation, and maintenance from a security point of view. Students will learn how to identify attack types from both internal and external sources. Students will learn how to build secure servers. Major topics will include document encryption, server protection, and defense strategies. Example web servers for both Windows and UNIX/LINUX will be investigated.
|Credit Status:||1 Credit for CNS/CTY Diploma Students|
|Mode of Instruction:||4 hours lab time per week.|
- Identify the role of security in the provision of an Internet service
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SEC520 Course Outline