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5466: Accounting Data Security

Prerequisites: ACCTNG 4435. This course focuses on the "big-picture" implications and challenges of data networking and network security within contemporary Information Technology environments. It covers fundamentals of networking and security implications of data networks with hands-on exercises. Topics include networking layers and standardization of functionality across layers, wired and wireless Local Area Networks (LANs) along with switching and physical layer technologies, Internetworking, supporting and supervisory protocols, application layer protocols, network design and management, and fundamentals of network security. Students will also learn about network protocol analyzers such as Wireshark, virtualization, networking in virtual environments, and how some common networked applications operate by utilizing the network infrastructure. Student may receive credit for only one of INFSYS 3842, INFSYS 6836, and ACCTNG 5466.
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Section 001