Aug 13, 2022  
2019-2020 Graduate Catalog 
    
2019-2020 Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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MCYBR 520 - Technology Risk and Security for Networked Computers


Credits: (3)
Students will gain deeper understanding of risk specific to inter- and intra-networking of individual computer systems.  The course focuses on risk and security related to small networks, and the connection of those networks to the broader Internet.  Concepts covered include switches and routers; basics of IP addressing and subnets; DNS servers; firewalls; authentication and authorization; basic secure network configuration and systems administration; managing data; disaster recovery; backup recovery; change and configuration management practices.  RMF (Risk Management Framework) elements covered include Categorization, Select, Implement, Assess, Authorize, and Monitor within context of networked computers including connections to Internet.  Prerequisite(s): MCYBR 510  



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