To be able to complete the Puzzle, it is necessary to understand the extensive requirements to conduct a complete security assessment and test for existing vulnerabilities. According to Complete Code, the industrial average is 15 to 50 errors per 1000 line of delivered code. Considering that Windows 7 contains 40 million lines of code. This presents an amazing opportunity for any hacker. Conducting constant security analysis and vulnerability testing is the key to protecting network systems and is another piece in The Puzzle.
Purpose of Class:
Through groundbreaking penetration testing methods and techniques, Security Analysis and Vulnerability Assessment class helps students perform the intensive assessments required to effectively identify and mitigate risks to the security of the infrastructure.
Course Learning Outcomes:
Students who successfully complete this class will be able to:
- Monitor, capture and analyze network traffic and identify the possible security breaches.
- Identify the various computer security issues and select suitable framework to evaluate security policies, procedures, and controls.
- Compare and contrast the various network security assessment tools available with the appropriate cost benefit analysis.
- Assess various network security techniques and design appropriate protection levels for the network.
Investigating Network Intrusions
Foundations to Organizational Behavior
Introduction to Research and Writing for the IT Practitioner
Conducting Penetration and Security Tests