BAIT1103
INTERNET SECURITY
Course Overview
Contact
information
• Lecturer: LIM SHEN HUOY
• Room: A203A
• Email: limsh@acd.tarc.edu.my
• Consultation Hours:
• Monday ...
Course Objectives
An understanding and practical survey of Internet
Security applications, tools, security techniques,
pro...
Learning outcomes
1. Apply the concept of OSI Security architecture,
security techniques, and security
protocols/standards...
MAIN
Reference
Network Security Essentials:
Applications and Standards
Fifth Edition
William Stallings
Course details
WEEKLY CONTACT HOUR
• Lecture: 2 hours
• Tutorial: 1 hour
• Practical: 1 hour

COURSE MATERIALS DOWNLOAD
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Course details
COURSEWORK ASSESSMENT (50%)
• Midterm test:

30%

Week 8 (Chapter 1 – 4)

• Group assignment:

40%

Researc...
Chapter overview
Week No.
1–2
(30 Dec – 12 Jan)

3

Topic Coverage
Course Overview
Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: Mess...
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BAIT1103 Course Overview

  1. 1. BAIT1103 INTERNET SECURITY Course Overview
  2. 2. Contact information • Lecturer: LIM SHEN HUOY • Room: A203A • Email: limsh@acd.tarc.edu.my • Consultation Hours: • Monday 10:00 – 12:00 • Tuesday 14:00 – 16:00 • Thursday 13:00 – 15:00
  3. 3. Course Objectives An understanding and practical survey of Internet Security applications, tools, security techniques, protocols/standards and policy which can be adopted in the security management. • Provide an understanding in Internet security disciplines. • Learn the differences aspects of security attacks, security techniques, security protocols/standards and security policy and management. • Equip necessary Internet security development skills.
  4. 4. Learning outcomes 1. Apply the concept of OSI Security architecture, security techniques, and security protocols/standards. 2. Analyse security solutions available to overcome security threats and attacks. 3. Incorporate suitable security applications/tools into the security management and policy of various industries.
  5. 5. MAIN Reference Network Security Essentials: Applications and Standards Fifth Edition William Stallings
  6. 6. Course details WEEKLY CONTACT HOUR • Lecture: 2 hours • Tutorial: 1 hour • Practical: 1 hour COURSE MATERIALS DOWNLOAD http://lsh.universityblogs.org/ FOLLOW FB UPDATES https://www.facebook.com/pages/TARUC-Courses-by-LSH/321506377990066
  7. 7. Course details COURSEWORK ASSESSMENT (50%) • Midterm test: 30% Week 8 (Chapter 1 – 4) • Group assignment: 40% Research-based assignment • Continuous tutorial quizzes: 20% Random chapters • Participation: 10% Attendance & frequency of participation • Total: 100% FINAL EXAMINATION (50%) • 4 Questions (25 marks each): 100%
  8. 8. Chapter overview Week No. 1–2 (30 Dec – 12 Jan) 3 Topic Coverage Course Overview Chapter 1: Introduction Chapter 2: Message Authentication (13 Jan – 19 Jan) 4 Chapter 3: Authentication Applications (20 Jan – 26 Jan) 5–6 Chapter 4: Web Security (27 Jan – 9 Feb) 7–8 Chapter 5: E-mail Security (10 Feb – 23 Feb) 9 – 10 Chapter 6: IP Security (24 Feb – 9 Mar) 11 – 12 Chapter 7: Intruders (10 Mar – 23 Mar) 13 – 14 (24 Mar – 6 Apr) Chapter 8: Firewall
  9. 9. Questions?

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