Cyber Sec. Toolkit Utilization

Course Description

Designed to introduce technical tools and begin to use them in hands-on exercises in both onsite and online instruction. This will facilitate students to complete future assignments and develop projects in teams. Technical tools used will include Microsoft and VMware virtual machines of Windows and Open Source operating systems, certificate authorities, SSL/TLS and browser certificates, web and database servers, programming frameworks, and network/packet analysis and sniffing strategies.

Learning Outcomes

  • Inspect the operation of a certification authority and issue digital certificates.
  • Write a report on the usage of a virtual machine for lab exercises.
  • Test the cyber tool kit components and deliver the specified tool kit.

Prerequisites

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