Advanced Network Security
Formerly: ELEC 567
Presents, from a practical perspective, underlying principles and techniques of network security. Students will be exposed to ethical hacking, and penetration testing. Various protection methods, used in practice to detect and respond to malicious network attacks, will be presented. Students will also learn how to implement successful security policies and defense mechanisms and strategies, with a particular focus on firewalls, intrusion detection and response, virtual private networks, and biometrics technologies.
- Credit will be granted for only one of ECE 567, ELEC 567.
Graduate course in the Electrical and Computer Engineering program offered by the Faculty of Graduate Studies.