CTS1120 Online Intro Network Security Foundations Class #: 3158 Mode: 8 weeks online Professor: Kim Marshall M.S. Instructor Profile

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1 Please via D2L (MyCourses) for all inquiries Start Date: August 17, 2015 Course Credits: 3 ACADEMIC DEPARTMENT: Dean: Sharon Setterlind Office Location: St Petersburg/Gibbs Campus Office Number: TE116 C REQUIRED TEXTBOOK & OTHER RESOURCE INFORMATION: Required Text: Security+ Guide To Network Security Fundamentals Ciampa, 4th Edition (Cengage) ISBN Number: Required Material: It is the responsibility of the student to purchase the required textbook by the first week of class. Library: COURSE INFORMATION: Course Description: It is recommended that the student have previous computer network training or experience. This course provides the students with an overview of Information Technology (IT) Security and introduces the components necessary to secure network information systems. Topics include security policies, Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS), firewalls, operating system security and network security basics. Students will also be introduced to current hacker techniques and log auditing processes. Current computer security issues will also be explored as class projects.

2 Course Goals and Objectives: Major Learning Outcomes: 1. The student will understand the fundamentals essential to successfully protect and defend information systems. 2. The student will understand the role of each component necessary to secure information systems. 3. The student will understand the importance of security policies. 4. The student will demonstrate an understanding of IDS. 5. The student will understand the functions of access controls used for identification and authentication of users. 6. The student will understand the factors of authentication. 7. The student will understand the role and responsibilities of an information technology security officer. The above MLO s are the minimum topics this course may cover this term. Required Interaction: - Discussion Topics are posted and due on a weekly basis as part of your weekly assigned tasks. Read the posted directions carefully. Other Critical Course Expectations: - It is the student s responsibility to have the minimum technical requirements to take this online class (http://www.spcollege.edu/ecampus/help/technical/index.htmhttp://www.spcollege.edu/ecampus/help/technical/index.htm). - This is an online class; the student will also need to have access to a reliable Internet connection. - Students should have access to a networked computer with Windows and Internet connection. - The student can use any of our SPC computer labs if needed. IMPORTANT DATES: All dates here are subject to the SP College academic Calendar: Course Dates: August 15, October 9, 2015 (This is an 8 week class). Last day to add/drop this class: Last day to withdraw from this class with a W : Financial Aid:

3 DISCIPLINE SPECIFIC INFORMATION: Late submissions are NOT accepted. You will also need to have access to at least MS Office or Open Office (e.g., word processor, spreadsheet and presentation applications). Refer to the basic technical requirements for online classes and to the section Other Critical Course Expectations in this course syllabus. ATTENDANCE: The college-wide attendance policy is included in the Syllabus Addendum: The policy notes that each instructor is to exercise professional judgment and define active participation in class (and therefore attendance ), and publish that definition in each syllabus. For this class, attendance is defined as: Week 1 The student will be marked present for week one after they have completed all the assigned work due the first week of class. Failure to complete the work due for week one will mean the student was absent for week 1. Week 2 - The student will be marked present for week two after they have completed all the assigned work due the second week of class. Failure to complete the work due for week two will mean the student was absent for week 2. 60% mark - The student will be marked present at the 60% mark of the class after they have completed AT LEAST 80% of all the assigned work for Modules 1, 2, 3 and 4. Failure to complete the work due for these modules will mean you were not an active participant in this class at the 60% mark. Complete the work means completing and submitting AT LEAST 80% (or more) of the tasks from the total number of tasks for Modules 1, 2, 3 and 4 combined. Empty files are not considered submitted work. AFTER the 60% mark: If a student misses two weeks of discussion topics AT or AFTER the 60% mark, the student will be withdrawn from the class with a WF. GRADING: LATE WORK WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED The drop box will disappear from view after the folder due date and will reappear once I have graded the submissions. Submissions will be graded (unless otherwise noted by the instructor) within 7 days from the due date (not the submission date). Your class grade will be calculated by adding the number of points earned on assigned projects, quizzes and online participation for a total of 1000 points. The following grading scale will be followed: A B C D F

4 Remember: 899 is a B, it will NOT be rounded to an A (900) 799 is a C, it will NOT be rounded to a B (800) 699 is a D, it will NOT be rounded to a C (700), etc. Every point counts. Grades are EARNED, not given. It is the student s responsibility to earn the necessary points to ensure the successful completion of the course. Every point counts. Your points will be earned through (subject to changes). Hands-on projects 320 pts 32% of your final grade Final 150 pts 15% of your final grade Discussion Topics 200 pts 20% of your final grade Chapter quizzes 330 pts 33% of your final grade Total 1000 pts 100% Total Grade *Subject to changes *Subject to changes ASSIGNMENTS: All module folders will be made available at the beginning of the week (Sunday) and all module assignment due dates are set for Monday night at 11:55 pm with the exception of the Final Exam items. Refer to the Lessons link under the Contents tab in MyCourses (D2L) for specific assignment tasks and due dates.

5 COMPUTER GUIDELINES AND SPECIFICATIONS FOR ONLINE/BLENDED CLASSES Recommended Minimum Technology Requirements for CCIT Programs Item Processor Memory Disk Storage Video Card Monitor/Speakers Media Drive Operating System Network Interface Software Dual-core processor (Intel or AMD) 4 GB (or higher) Adequate free space for storage of class files 256 MB (or higher) 15 or larger Flat LCD Panel 16x DVD +/- RW Windows 7 (or higher) High Speed Broadband Internet Connection (Cable or DSL) Microsoft Office Suite 2010 or later with the following: Word Excel Access PowerPoint Reliable and daily access to a personal computer (PC) from day 1 of class as below: Access requirements Ability to download/upload documents and files Browsers: o o Internet Explorer (version 11 or higher) o o Firefox (version 31.0 or higher o o Google Chrome 36.0 These are the minimum suggested technology requirements necessary to complete the programs within CCIT. All students and

6 instructors are required to have access to a personal computer, personal high speed access to the Internet, and a college provided account. The minimum requirements pertain to Windows Operating System compatible personal computers. These minimum requirements are a general recommendation for all CCIT courses. Some courses may have additional software and hardware requirements in order for students to be successful. NOTE: Mac computers are not acceptable for most of the courses and may cause the student undue frustrations. Instructors do not support issues with Mac computers. STUDENTS EXPECTATIONS AND INSTRUCTOR S EXPECTATIONS Online /Student Conduct Online Student, Faculty and Staff Expectations and Performance Targets:http://www.spcollege.edu/ecampus/help/expectations.htm STUDENT SURVEY OF INSTRUCTION: The student survey of instruction is administered in courses each semester. It is designed to improve the quality of instruction at St. Petersburg College. All student responses are confidential and anonymous and will be used solely for the purpose of performance improvement.

7 ACCOMMODATIONS: If you wish to request accommodations as a student with a documented disability, please make an appointment with the Learning Specialist on campus. If you have a documented hearing loss, please contact the Program for the Deaf/Hard of Hearing at If you will need assistance during an emergency classroom evacuation, please contact your campus learning specialist immediately about arrangements for your safety. The Office of Services for Students with Disabilities can be reached at or (CL), (SP/G), (SE), (TS), (HEC) or (AC). SIGNATURE PAGE: You will need to take the quiz titled Syllabus Quiz to meet the signature page requirement set by the College. You will find this quiz inside the Module 1 folder within the LESSONS tab in our MyCourses class website. Course Outline* - (*may be subject to changes) - Go to the LESSONS tab in MyCourses for specific tasks

8 Module Topic Module 1 Module 2 Module 3 Module 4 Module 5 Module 6 Module 7 Module 8 Intro to class, Introduction to Security Malware and Social Engineering Attacks Application and Network Attacks Vulnerability Assessment and Mitigating Attacks Host, Application and Data Security Network Security Administering a Secure Network Wireless Network Security Access Control Fundamentals Authentication and Account Management Basic Cryptography Business Continuity Risk Mitigation Final Test *** Check MyCourses drop boxes for Weekly Assignment DUE DATES***

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