cyb233 | undergraduate
Ethical Hacking Part 3
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Protecting and Managing Wireless and Mobile Networks
- Differentiate the strengths and weaknesses of modern day wireless encryption algorithms.
- Relate the methods used for hacking wireless networks to cybersecurity.
- Compare mobile device attack vectors.
- Outline a mobile device management plan.
System Defense: Firewalls, Intrusion Detection Systems, and Honeypots
- Use firewall evasion tools and techniques.
- Relate the employment of firewalls, intrusion detection systems (IDS), and honeypots to the support of defense-in-depth.
- Illustrate how penetration-testing process identifies and evades network defenses.
- Select perimeter protection evasion and appropriate countermeasures for a defense-in depth strategy.
Cloud Computing: Considering Threats and Analyzing Security Tools
- Outline the considerations in formulating a cloud security plan.
- Prioritize cloud security threats and attacks.
- Analyze available cloud security tools.
Encryption and Cryptanalysis for Cybersecurity and Cryptographic Attack Defense
- Summarize use of modern encryption algorithms in cybersecurity.
- Identify the role of cryptanalysis in an organizationâs cyber security.
- Analyze the security features and use of a public key infrastructure.
- Appraise cryptographic attack scenarios for use in cybersecurity.
SQL Injection: Concepts, Attacks, and Countermeasures
- Apply SQL injection concepts.
- Discuss types of SQL injection attacks.
- Employ SQL attack techniques.
- Choose appropriate SQL injection countermeasures.
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