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Computer and Network Security

Course Code NET-220
Lecture hours per week 2
Lab hours per week 2
Course Availability: Open

In this course, students are given a clear overview of computer security concepts, including access control, malicious software, cryptography, biometrics as well as government regulations and standards. Various security models, policies and implementation techniques will be explained and evaluated. Students completing this course will have the capability to describe, discuss and design network security using classical and contemporary models. Because of the ever-increasing computer and information attacks on non-profit, commercial, and government computing systems, students will learn how security is an essential part of computer architecture.