Lab manual to accompany Security+ Guide to Networking ...

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CIS
270

Essentials

Of

Network

And

Information

Security


Instructor:


Ray Esparza


Office:


Business O1
-
124



Phone:


623
-
845
-
3237


E
-
mail:


ray.esparza@gcmail.maricopa.edu


Web site:


www.gc.maric
opa.edu/business/esparza



COURSE


DESCRIPTION:


In this course, we will take an in
-
depth look at network security concepts and techniques. We will examine
theoretical concepts that make the world of security unique. Also, this course will adopt a practi
cal, hands
-
on approach when examining networking security techniques. Along with examining different network
strategies, this course will explore the advancement of network implementation as well as timeless problem
solving strategies.






Features



Maps

completely to CompTIA's Security+
exam, with in
-
depth
coverage of
all exam objectives.



Revised to provide real
-
world context using "On the Job" stories from
the security industry to open each chapter.



Updated to cover new networking technologies, includ
ing Microsoft
Windows XP/Server 2003.



Features extensive learning tools, including review questions, hands
-
on
projects, and case projects, which allow students to practice skills as
they are learned.



Includes CoursePrep test preparation software on CD
-
RO
M to help
students practice for exam day.



Text/Materials:


Security+ Guide to Networking Security Fundamentals
, Second Edition

Mark Ciampa

ISBN 13: 978
-
0
-
619
-
21566
-
8 © 2005

ISBN 10: 0
-
619
-
21566
-
6

Lab manual to accompany
Security+ Guide to Networking

Security
Fundamentals
, Second Edition

Paul Cretaro

ISBN 13: 978
-
0
-
619
-
21536
-
1 © 2005

ISBN 10: 0
-
619
-
21536
-
4


Software:

CD
-
ROM that accompanies
the

textbook.


Teaching Methods:


Exams: Two Quizzes and one Final exam will be given in the semester
session.

The exams will be closed book/note and will test assigned readings
and material discussed in class. Review sheets will be provided prior to the
exam day. The final exam will not be comprehensive in nature. However, the
instructor reserves the right to ret
est on material that was not appropriately
comprehended. These items will be noted on exam review sheets


Pretest


1 @ 10 points

=

10 points

Midterm Exam

1 @ 50 points

=

5
0 points

Final Exam



1

@ 50 points

=

50 points

Labs


9 @ 10 points

=

90 poi
nts





Total

= 20
0 points


Grading:


90
-

100%

A

80
-

89%

B

70


79%

C

60


69%

D


0
-

59

%

F


Course Policies:


Missed Classes: The student is responsible for obtaining material, which
may have been distributed on class days when he/she
was absent. Students
missing more than 3 classes without prior approval from the instructor may
be dropped.


Need for Assistance: If you have any condition, such as a physical or
learning disability, which will make it difficult for you to carry out the w
ork as I
have outlined it, or which will require academic accommodations, please
notify me as soon as possible.


Posting of Grades: Grades will be posted in
Blackboard
.


CIS270


Essentials

Of

Network

And

Information

Security


Schedule


Week

Topics

Chapte
r

LAB Due

1

Introductions and Course Information
Information Security Fundamentals


1


2

Attackers and their Attacks

2


3

Security Basics

3

1

4

Security Baselines

4

2

5

Securing the Network Infrastructure

5

3

6

Web Security

6

4

7

Midterm Exam

Chapt
ers
1
-
6

5

8

Protecting Advanced Communications

7

6

9

Scrambling Through Cryptography

8

7

10

Using and Managing Keys

9

8

11

Operational Security

10

9

12

Policies and Procedures

11


13

Security Management

12


14

Advanced Security and Beyond

13


15

Pr
epare for Final exam, complete all labs



16

Final exam

ALL

ALL


All Final Exams MUST be taken during the last week of class unless an
“Incomplete” is previously arranged!