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IT 436 - Cyberattack/Defense


Description:
Examines the techniques and technologies for penetration of networks, detection of attacks, and the prevention of attacks. This course addresses the techniques, technologies, and methodologies used by cyberintruders.

Prerequisites:
Prerequisites: IT 238 and IT 351.

Credits: (4)

Learner Outcomes:
Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:

  • Identify the major components of the cyber-attack/defense domain.
  • Investigate cyber deterrence capabilities.
  • Investigate reconstitution and robustness capabilities designed to enable U.S. systems to continue to function once they have suffered cyber damage.
  • Assess tools and procedures to include hardware and/or software to simulate an attack on an adversary.
  • Utilize tools and procedures to include hardware and/or software to simulate an attack on an adversary.
  • Discuss the implications societally, socially, legally, and technologically, of cyber-attacks on an entity.
Learner Outcomes Approval Date:
5/16/2013



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