The Network Application and Configuration (CNAC) course provides students a fundamental understanding of how to establish, enhance, and enable organizational networks. Students will work with real networks in real environments and will leverage real tools, techniques, and skills to complete tasks in a cybersecurity environment. Upon completion, students will be able to set up networks, troubleshoot issues, and mitigate specific network-based attacks– valuable traits in the cybersecurity field. Topics and labs include: Introduction to Networking Concepts, IP Addressing, Network Threats and Response, Initial Configuration, Router Familiarization, Setting Up a LAN and a WAN, Connecting Clients, Establishing a Network, Basic Configuration, Port Forwarding and VPN Setup, Exploitation Identification and Response, Detecting, Responding, and Recovering from a Network Attack.
Cybersecurity Nexus (CSX) – Network Application and Configuration (CNAC)
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