CIS 2630 Securing a Windows Network Environment
Successfully plan, build, and secure systems for a Microsoft Windows Server environment. The primary purpose of this course is to provide experience using actual enterprise state-of-the-art class servers hardware and software. Our classroom is equipped with many new enterprise servers for a hands-on experience. It also includes sections on introductory forensics and securing servers with penetration testing.
Division: Business and Public Services
Department: Computer Science and Information Technology
Repeatable Credit: No
Offered Online: No
Prereqs: CIS 2510
- Secure client computers with file system permissions, Group Policy, and other baseline security measures.
- Configure IPSec and SSL to help protect communication channels for both private and public servers.
- Implement security measures for RAS, VPNs, and wireless networks.
- Protect various network servers from unauthorized access.
- Manage user and network authentication, certificates, and public key encryption.
- Maintain software integrity with service packs, security updates, and hot fixes.
- Monitor events, detect network intrusions, and implement prevention and recovery measures.
Credit Hours: 3
Classroom Hours: 3