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CFR 200 - Security Systems


This course presents a comprehensive introduction to the following issues: security of a computer system, potential problems and solutions. Students will learn how to use access controls, cryptography, encryption, and firewalls to design a secure system. Legal issues such as private security, monitoring policies, private and public sector liaison issues and premise liability will be incorporated into the design of security systems.
Prerequisite(s): CFR100 Introduction into Computer Forensics
Corequisite(s): For Network Admin Program, CIT226 Windows Server Management, CIT236 TCP/IP and Interconnectivity
3 credits



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