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Undergraduate Catalog 2012-2013

BMIS 335 - Network Security

A study of the control of unwanted intrusions into, use of, or damage to a business’ computer network.  This course will cover elements that prevent unwanted activities in an efficient and cost effective manner.  This study will start with a focus on the business challenges and threats network professionals face in their day to day operations.  It explores the nature and intent of hackers and defines preventative measures such as Intrusion Detection Systems, firewalls, and virtual private networks.

Prerequisites:
BMIS 330; minimum grade of “C”

Credits: 3



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