This subject provides students with the knowledge necessary to understand, design, implement and administer a Windows 2003 network. The subject focuses on key skills necessary to design, implement and administer network security infrastructure. Designing a secure network infrastructure involves analysing business and technical requirements and creating physical and logical network infrastructures. The subject covers topics on implementing and managing security policies, security templates, IPSec, certificates, authentication and authorization services.
No offerings have been identified for this subject in 2018.
School of Computing and Mathematics
Only for students enrolled in:
Master of Information Systems Security
Master of Management (IT) - MMgtInfoTech
Graduate Certificate in Management (IT) - GradCertMgtInfoTech
ITI500 and ITI555
- be able to plan a framework for network security;
- be able to identify threats to network security;
- be able to analyze security risks;
- be able to design security for physical resources;
- be able to design security for computers;
- be able to design security for accounts;
- be able to design security for authentication;
- be able to design security for data;
- be able to design security for data transmission;
- be able to design security for network perimeters;
- be able to design an incident response procedure;
- be able to plan and configure an authorization and authentication strategy in a multi-forest organization;
- be able to install, configure and manage a certification authority (CA);
- be able to configure, deploy and manage certificates;
- be able to plan, implement and troubleshoot smart card certificates;
- be able to plan, implement and troubleshoot encrypting file system (EFS);
- be able to plan, configure and deploy a secure member server baseline;
- be able to plan, configure and implement secure baselines for server roles;
- be able to plan, configure, implement and deploy a secure client computer baseline;
- be able to plan and implement software update services;
- be able to plan, implement and troubleshoot data transmission security;
- be able to plan and implement security for wireless networks;
- be able to plan and implement perimeter security with internet security and acceleration server (ISA) 2000; and
- be able to achieve secure remote access.
Based on Microsoft MCSE Certificate Curriculum
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The information contained in the 2018 CSU Handbook was accurate at the date of publication: August 2018. The University reserves the right to vary the information at any time without notice.