Marymount University

Undergraduate Catalog 2012-13

IT 390 Cybersecurity: Attack and Defend

Provides hands-on experience for students to defend computer networks against a variety of cyber attacks including malware, hacking, denial-of-service attacks, and password cracking. Students use a variety of reconnaissance techniques such as sniffing, scanning, fingerprinting, and war driving to identify vulnerabilities in a variety of systems and networks. In addition, students execute attack-and-defend scenarios and document their results. Prerequisite: IT 335. (3)

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