Wiley Pathways Network Security Fundamentals / Edition 1

Wiley Pathways Network Security Fundamentals / Edition 1

by Eric Cole, Ronald L. Krutz, James Conley, Brian Reisman
     
 

You can get there

Whether you’re already working and looking to expand your skills in the computer networking and security field or setting out on a new career path, Network Security Fundamentals will help you get there. Easy-to-read, practical, and up-to-date, this text not only helps you learn network security techniques at your own

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You can get there

Whether you’re already working and looking to expand your skills in the computer networking and security field or setting out on a new career path, Network Security Fundamentals will help you get there. Easy-to-read, practical, and up-to-date, this text not only helps you learn network security techniques at your own pace; it helps you master the core competencies and skills you need to succeed.

With this book, you will be able to:

  • Understand basic terminology and concepts related to security
  • Utilize cryptography, authentication, authorization and access control to increase your    Windows, Unix or Linux network’s security
  • Recognize and protect your network against viruses, worms, spyware, and other types of malware
  • Set up recovery and fault tolerance procedures to plan for the worst and to help recover if disaster strikes
  • Detect intrusions and use forensic analysis to investigate the nature of the attacks

Network Security Fundamentals is ideal for both traditional and online courses. The accompanying Network Security Fundamentals Project Manual ISBN: 978-0-470-12798-8 is also available to help reinforce your skills.

Wiley Pathways helps you achieve your goals

The texts and project manuals in this series offer a coordinated curriculum for learning information technology. Learn more at www.wiley.com/go/pathways.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780470101926
Publisher:
Wiley
Publication date:
08/03/2007
Series:
Wiley Pathways Series
Edition description:
New Edition
Pages:
552
Sales rank:
1,327,613
Product dimensions:
7.28(w) x 9.29(h) x 0.74(d)

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Table of Contents

1 Network Security Principles 1

Introduction 2

1.1 Importance of Computer and Network Security 2

1.2 Underlying Computer and Network Security Concepts 6

1.3 Threats and Countermeasures 11

1.4 Policies and Standards 20

2 Network and Server Security 30

Introduction 31

2.1 Network Protocols Review 31

2.2 Best Practices for Network Security 45

2.3 Securing Servers 49

2.4 Border Security 57

3 Cryptography 74

Introduction 75

3.1 Cryptography Overview 75

3.2 Symmetric Encryption 83

3.3 Asymmetric Encryption 90

3.4 Hashes 93

3.5 Achieving CIA 97

3.6 Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) 99

4 Authentication 118

Introduction 119

4.1 Authentication Overview 119

4.2 Authentication Credentials 125

4.3 Authentication Protocols 131

4.4 Best Practices for Secure Authentication 136

5 Authentication and Access Control 149

Introduction 150

5.1 Access Control Models 150

5.2 Implementing Access Control on Windows Computers 154

5.3 Implementing Access Control on Unix Computers 174

6 Securing Network Transmission 188

Introduction 189

6.1 Analyzing Security Requirements for Network Traffic 189

6.2 Defining Network Perimeters 195

6.3 Data Transmission Protection Protocols 201

7 Remote Access and Wireless Security 221

7.1 Dial-Up Networking 222

7.2 Virtual Private Networks 230

7.3 RADIUS and TACACS 235

7.4 Wireless Networks 239

8 Server Roles and Security 262

Introduction 263

8.1 Server Roles and Baselines 263

8.2 Securing Network Infrastructure Servers 274

8.3 Securing Domain Controllers 289

8.4 Securing File and Print Servers 292

8.5 Securing Application Servers 298

9 Protecting Against Malware 310

9.1 Viruses and Other Malware 311

9.2 Protecting the Workstation 315

9.3 Web Browser Security 323

9.4 Email Security 336

10 Ongoing Security Management 356

Introduction 357

10.1 Managing Updates 357

10.2 Auditing and Logging 366

10.3 Secure Remote Administration 371

11 Disaster Recovery and Fault Tolerance 395

Introduction 396

11.1 Planning for the Worst 396

11.2 Creating a Backup Strategy 407

11.3 Designing for Fault Tolerance 415

12 Intrusion Detection and Forensics 433

Introduction 434

12.1 Intrusion Detection 434

12.2 Honeypots 439

12.3 Forensics 444

Glossary 462

Index 507

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