Applied Network Security or return to Course Catalog Search
CSCI E-46 (24556)
|Harvard Extension School||Computer Science||David Mark LaPorte MS, Director of Information Technology Infrastructure Strategy, Harvard University Information Technology|
|Term||Day and Time||Location|
|Spring Term 2020 (show academic calendar)||Th 5:40 p.m. - 7:40 p.m.||53 Church Street L01|
This course provides a practical overview of network security and related topics. General threat classifications are discussed as they relate to the CIA triad: eavesdropping (confidentiality), man-in-the-middle (integrity), and denial-of-service (availability). Real-world attack incidents and implementations are used to tie concept to reality. Defensive technologies and techniques, including authentication/authorization, access control, segmentation, log/traffic monitoring, reputation-based security, and secure protocol (SSH, TLS, DNSSEC) usage are discussed and demonstrated. Hands-on labs and exercises are used to reinforce lectures and provide practical implementation experience.
On campus or online.<br /> <br /> Optional sections to be arranged.<br /> <br /> Graduate credit $2,840.<br /> <br /> See <a href="http://www.extension.harvard.edu">http://www.extension.harvard.edu</a>
|Not eligible for cross-registration|