Information security is one of the hottest topics in the tech world today.
Some of the topics you will cover are: general security, communication security, infrastructure security, basics of cryptography,and perations/organizational security. Upon completion of the class students should be prepared to take the CompTIA vendor neutral Security+ exam
Upon completion of the class students should be prepared to take the CompTIA vendor neutral Security+ exam. Successful completion of this exam is generally globally recognized as equivalent to an entry-level security specialist position.
We are offering a brand new course in the spring: DPR 704 Introduction to Cyber Security. Explore the opportunites in Cyber Security.
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DPR-702 Computer Security/Security+ 4.2 CEUs
This class meets concurrently with the credit course INT-1620. It is designed to give the student a foundation of understanding of various computer security concepts, functions and applications. The class maps to the CompTIA Security+ exam, although taking the test requires a separate fee and arrangements with the coordinator. Topics: general security, communication security, infrastructure security, basics of cryptography,and perations/organizational security. Upon completion of the class students should be prepared to take the CompTIA vendor neutral Security+ exam. Successful completion of this exam is generally globally recognized as equivalent to an entry-level security specialist position. Call the Prince George's Community College bookstore for textbook requirements (a separate purchase.) Prerequisite: Intermediate computer/pc skills with experience in the DOS, Windows, Unix and Linux, operating systems and familiarity with the A+ operating systems technologies and GUI and Command Language Interface commands.
30 sessions, $360* (includes a $150 lab fee)
70005 TTh 1/21-5/13 1:00 - 2:40 p.m. CAT 109
70000 TTh 1/21-5/13 6:00 - 9:40 p.m. CAT 1325
DPR-777 Ethical Hacking and Systems Defense 4.2CEUs
This course provides in-depth understanding of how to effectively protect computer networks. Students will learn the tools and penetration testing methodologies used by ethical hackers. In addition, the course provides a thorough discussion of what and who an ethical hacker is and how important they are in protecting corporate and government data from cyber attacks. Students will practice footprinting, scanning, enumeration, exploitation, and post exploitation. This class meets concurrently with the credit course INT-1680. Call the PGCC Bookstore for text requirements. Prerequisite is DPR 702
15 sessions, $360* (includes a $150 lab fee)
74189 MW 3/17-5/12 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. CAT 107
DPR-703 CISSP PREPARATION 4.5 CEUs
This course explores and reviews all ten domains of the Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) Common Body of Knowledge (CBK) and can be used as preparation for the CISSP Exam or the Systems Security Certified Practitioner (SSCP) as administered by the International Information Systems Security Certification Consortium (ISC2). Prerequisite: DPR-702: Computer Security, Security+. Meets concurrently with credit course INT-2690.
30 sessions, $442* (incluses a $114 lab fee)
70007 W 1/22-5/7 6- 9:40 p.m. TBA
70006 T 1/21-5/6 1-2:40 p.m. TBA
DPR 704 Introduction to Cyber Security 1.5 CEUs .
This course is a comprehensive introduction to the protection of business information and the systems that support business processes. The objective is to identify common threats and attacks employed against Web-accessible applications, analyze the role of security models and architectures, explain the role of cryptography, and analyze issues related to security management and network security.
4 sessions, $200.00 ((includes $25 lab fee)
74176 Sat 3/8-3/296 9:00 - 1:00 p.m. TBA