Internet and E-Security - B.Tech


GOAL:

Provide both practical and technical skills, and a broad high-level understanding of Internet and E-Security. It also focuses on security professionals providing in-depth instruction on new security ideas, concepts, and techniques to prevent and react to malicious intrusion and to secure information assets.


PROGRAM OBJECTIVES:
  1. Understand distributed resource and network management and computational intelligence.
  2. Meet the increasing needs of organizations and our communities to understand, prepare for, respond to, and recover from threats to our information infrastructures.

PROGRAM LEARNING OUTCOMES:


Graduates should be able to:

  1. Gain the fundamentals of the provision of security in information and Internet, as well as an appreciation of some of the problems that arise in devising practical solutions to E-security requirements.
  2. Hands-on experience with programming techniques for security protocols
  3. Analyze, design, and plan the implementation of a corporate computer network that meets the technical requirements.
  4. Measure, analyze, and optimize security performance
  5. Generate instruction in contingency/disaster recovery, and build procedures for contingency planning and security policy formulation and enforcement.
  6. Recognize the security issues that arise in a variety of applications
  7. Appreciate how and why particular applications can address various security concerns
  8. Illustrate the cryptographic techniques, aims and types of cryptographic methods, Level of security, cover time and key exhaustion.
  9. Explain and discuss the related legal and national policy
  10. Determine if an incident has occurred and how incident response teams work, manage trouble tickets, and basic analysis of the events.
  11. Apply Disaster recovery planning and testing
  12. Develop risk training and management programs
  13. Apply Security policy formulation and enforcement
  14. Plan Network systems security.
  15. Apply the Network management security
  16. Demonstrate Network defaces: Firewalls and intrusion detection systems, and the threats they counter.
  17. Define the underlying concepts in client server development using commonly accesses databases.
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