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UNIX Systems Security Fundamentals

Learn how to protect your UNIX system from today's threats on the Internet. This course will cover fundamental security practices for UNIX system administration; the latest information on security problems; defensive and offensive strategies; network security and establishing appropriate site security policy. Also included are access control (firewalls and filters); encryption and authentication and system monitoring.

Note: Prerequisite is "UNIX Operating System - Introduction" or equivalent knowledge.

Course Number: CSE-40224   Credit: 3 units

This course is part of the following Certificate Program(s):

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08/26/14 - 09/11/14   (Click to show details) In-class 102755 $675.00 Add to Cart