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150-133
 Network Security
 This course introduces learners to the fundamentals of network security. The course covers various topical areas involved in network security, including security topology, intrusion detection, device configurations, access lists, authentication, and encryption. Different methods of attacks, such as viruses, Trojan horses, and worms are also reviewed. This course also introduces wireless security concepts.
   

Credits:3
 
Pre-Requisite Class/Test Options
 CourseCourse/TestTest Score
 150-130Intro to Enterprise Networks 
And150-151Information Security Principls 

    
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