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1 CNA 432/532 OSI Layers Location: ECC 116 Days: Thursday Semester: Fall 2012 Times: 5:00-7:50 pm Professor: Dr. Amos Olagunju Office Hrs: 3-4 MW, Office: ECC256 Other hours by appointment Phone: (320) Course Description models and protocols for each OSI layer. Network and web security implementation, monitoring, intrusion, recovery and countermeasures. Prerequisite: CNA 426 or BCIS 353 or consent of instructor. Course Web Site: Textbook: David Mackey: Web for Network and System Administrators, Course Technology, Incorporated, 2003, ISBN Supplementary Materials: Recent ACM and IEEE articles on OSI Layers. Course Objective To provide skills on technologies, terms, and processes related to Internet security. Student Learning Outcomes 1. Assess security education, risk and incident management. 2. Identify attacks to IT and Office, and treat taxonomy. 3. Install network devices, addressing and defense in depth. 4. Evaluate packet sniffers, threats and solutions to TCP/IP and wireless networks. 5. Manage preventive, detective and corrective security features for a Linux LAN. 6. Install preventive and detective measures for UNIX and Windows. 7. Assess legal concerns, defense probing, and exploitation of security vulnerabilities. Attendance: Attendance to every class is strongly recommended. In case of an absence, it is the responsibility of any student to make up work and get notes from other students. If the student must miss a scheduled test, it is imperative that s/he calls or me as soon as possible before the test. Acceptable excuses would include medical emergencies.

2 Grading: Grades will be distributed on a 5% scale (100% to 95% for an A+, 90% to 94% for an A, 89% to 85% for a B+, 80% to 84% for a B, etc) and will be compiled from: 30% of the grade is based on tests. 30% of the grade is based on completing the end of chapter case project assignments. 20% of the grade is based on completing assignments. 20% of the grade is based on a final term project. Assistance: Study groups among the students are useful in reinforcing concepts. The best way to keep from falling behind the teacher is to stay one step ahead! Study the chapter(s) that will be covered before each class. Schedule: This is a tentative schedule for this class. If it is necessary to change the schedule, students will be given as much advance notice as possible. Students are expected to have already read the assigned chapters before the class and to come to class prepared. ii

3 Course Outline Week Topics Chapter Reading Specific Subtopics Hands-on Project Introduction to Information 1 CIA and PPP Triads; Risk Assessment; Building Policies; Resources Processes 2 Education, Advisory and Issue management; Risk and Incident Management Annualized Loss Expectancy, ARO and TCO Computation Building Red Hat Linux Resource Center Threats to IT Assets 3 Attacks to IT and Office; Treat Taxonomy Using Business Intelligence Against a Company Encryption 4 Symmetric and Asymmetric Encryption; Hashing Algorithms; Cryptanalysis Attack Fundamentals of 5 Network Devices, Addressing and Defense Network in Depth Network Threats 6 Packet Sniffers; Threats and solutions to TCP/IP and Wireless networks 7 Intrusion Detection 7 IDS, NIDS, HIDS and Honeypots Architecture and Methodologies 8 Mid-Term 9 Fundamentals of 8 Preventive, Detective and Corrective System Measures 10 UNIX System 9 Preventive and Detective Features of UNIX 11 Windows System 10 Preventive and Detective Features of Windows Standards and 11 Policy Verification; Standards 12 Compliance and Audits; Audit Process and Action Testing 12 Legal Concerns; Defense Probing; Exploiting Vulnerabilities Final Project Presentations Research and Use asymmetric algorithms Install and Configure iptables to Simulate a Firewall Assess Wireless Network Vulnerabilities at SCSU, and for SNMP Design a Protected Network Administer for Servers Running Linux Install OpenSSH client and Authentication Investigate Firewall on Windows Server 2003 Review TCSEC and ISO Requirements and Audit Reports for Windows Configure and Use nessus utility to uncover vulnerabilities NOTE: The above schedules and procedures for this course are subject to change in the event of extenuating circumstances. iii

4 Appendix The following items as found in NSTISSI 4011, dated 20 June 1994 are specifically covered in this class. See for details. Although not explicitly listed as topics or specific subtopics, the following terms and concepts are covered in depth via design, implementation and evaluation of alternative security protocols and systems. Physical security of cables, environmental controls humidity and air condition via HVAC and filtered power Software security assurance Network security controls via access privileges, dial-up versus dedicated lines Controls of private and public network via network defense of systems by standardized reviews and levels of security trust assurance Auditing and monitoring of systems for vulnerabilities and accuracy Use of evaluation standards to assess the quality of secure systems Development and evaluation of security education, plans, policies, and procedures SECURITY BASICS (Awareness Level) Operations (OPSEC) INFOSEC and OPSEC interdependency SYSTEM OPERATING ENVIRONMENT (Awareness Level) Agency Specific Policies Guidance: points of contact, roles and responsibilities NSTISS PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT (Performance Level) Instructional Content Discuss practical performance measures employed in designing security measures and programs. Introduce generic security planning guidelines/documents Planning NSTISS program budget NSTISS POLICIES AND PROCEDURES (Performance Level) Physical Measures Cabling, environmental controls (humidity and air conditioning), filtered power Personnel Practices and Procedures Contractors, security training and awareness (initial and refresher) Software Software security mechanisms to protect information (application security features, concept of least, privilege, malicious logic protection, segregation of duties) Administrative Procedural Controls Construction, changing, issuing and deleting passwords, destruction of media, documentation, logs and journals, emergency destruction, external marking of media, media downgrade and declassification, preparation of security plans, reporting of computer misuse or abuse, repudiation, sanitization of media transportation of media, Auditing and Monitoring Monitoring systems for accuracy and abnormalities, review of software design standards, verification, validation, testing, and evaluation processes iv

5 The following items as found in NSTISSI 4011, dated 20 June 1994 are specifically covered in this class. See for details. SECURITY BASICS (Awareness Level) Operations (OPSEC) INFOSEC and OPSEC interdependency OPSEC process unclassified indicators SYSTEM OPERATING ENVIRONMENT (Awareness Level) Agency Specific Policies guidance points of contact roles and responsibilities NSTISS POLICIES AND PROCEDURES (Performance Level) Software software security mechanisms to protect information (application security features) software security mechanisms to protect information (concept of least privilege) software security mechanisms to protect information (segregation of duties) Administrative Procedural Controls construction, changing, issuing and deleting passwords destruction of media documentation, logs and journals emergency destruction external marking of media media downgrade and declassification preparation of security plans reporting of computer misuse or abuse repudiation sanitization of media transportation of media Auditing and Monitoring monitoring systems for accuracy and abnormalities review of software design standards verification, validation, testing, and evaluation processes v

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