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SECB358: Network Border Controls

Description:Setup and configuration of a firewall in a network in order to filter incoming and outgoing traffic; Setup a virtual private network (VPN); Firewalls, packet filtering, circuit and application gateway firewalls; Security guards; One-way connections; Secure remote access; Network security attacks and countermeasures; Software and hardware architectures. (Prerequisite: ITBP301)
Credit Hours.:3
Text Book: Inside Network Perimeter Security, 1st edition, New Rider 2003, by Steven Northcutt, Lenny Zeltser,
Coordinator: Zouheir Trabelsi
Topics Outline:
  1. Introduction To Networking Network Security Fundamentals
  2. Perimeter Security Fundamentals
  3. Packet Filtering
  4. Stateful Inspection Firewalls
  5. Proxy Firewalls
  6. Security Policy
  7. Network Intrusion Detection
  8. Virtual Private Networks (VPN) I
  9. Virtual Private Networks (VPN) II
  10. VPN Integration
  11. Perimeter Design
  12. Perimeter Assessment
  1. Describe TCP/IP protocols and network services
  2. Identify common security threats
  3. Configure personal firewalls, network firewalls, and VPNs.
  4. Implement firewall filtering rules for different network architectures and services
  5. Evaluate different types of network architectures
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Pre-requisiteITBP301: Security Principles and Practice
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