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Information Security Fundamentals (ITS110) 3 Credits

Fundamental concepts of information technology security. Topics include authentication methods, access control, cryptography, Public Key Infrastructure (PKI), network attack and defense methods, hardening of operating systems and network devices, securing remote access and wireless technologies and securing infrastructures and topologies. Emphasis on hands-on labs in both the Windows and Linux environments. Builds on thorough understanding of Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) and security concepts and Microsoft (MS) Windows and Linux Administration. Prerequisites: CIS126DA, or CIS126DL, or permission of Program Director. Prerequisites or Corequisites: Any MST150++ course.

Class# Semester Location Delivery Dates Days Times Instructor Availability
14679 Fall 2016 Glendale
B 205
Hybrid 10/25/2016- 12/16/2016 Tu,Th 8:30AM- 11:15AM
  • Staff
Open
21 of 24 Seats Available
  • Notes
    • Class Notes: Class 14679 is a Hybrid class. Students must register by the start date of the class. For information on how to get started, go to www.gccaz.edu/eCourses.
      Class 14679 costs include Business Class Fee: $4
    • Additional Class Notes: Students should contact the instructor, Daniel Jewell at 623-845-3955 or daniel.jewell @gccaz.edu to enroll in this class. Students will be permitted to enroll concurrently in ITS110 and MST150.

Legal, Ethical and Regulatory Issues (ITS120) 3 Credits

Exploration of legal and ethical issues unique to information security. Analysis of professional ethical codes and their application to information security practitioners. Federal and state laws as they relate to information security. Prerequisites: ITS110 or permission of Instructor.

Class# Semester Location Delivery Dates Days Times Instructor Availability
14713 Fall 2016 Glendale
Online Class
Internet 08/20/2016- 12/16/2016 N/A N/A
  • R. Brooks
Open
16 of 24 Seats Available

Operating System Security (ITS130) 3 Credits

In-depth examination of operating system security including Transmission Control Protocol/ Data Encryption Standard (DES), Triple Data Encryption Standard (3DES), Advanced Encryption Standard (AES), Pretty Good Privacy (PGP), and other encryption technologies (TCP/IP), Internet Protocol Security (IPSec) and Cisco Internetwork Operating System (IOS), Microsoft Windows, Linux and Mac OSX Security. Procedures to defend networks against attacks and recovery from network disasters. Web server security. Emphasis on hands-on labs in both the Windows and Linux environments. Builds on thorough understanding of Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) and security concepts and MS Windows and Linux Administration. Prerequisites: ITS110 or permission of Instructor.

Class# Semester Location Delivery Dates Days Times Instructor Availability
14781 Fall 2016 Glendale
Online Class
Internet 10/24/2016- 12/16/2016 N/A N/A
  • Staff
Open
20 of 24 Seats Available

Ethical Hacking and Network Defense (ITS240) 3 Credits

Preparation for the EC-Council Certified Ethical Hacking examination. In-depth exploration of how to effectively protect computer networks from risks ranging from malicious infiltration to cyber-warfare. Includes examination of ethical hacking, relevant tools and methodologies, and its importance to network security. Resources to identify new computer network vulnerabilities and counter security strategies will be discussed as well as an overview of relevant computer crime laws and penalties. Prerequisites: ITS110, or CNT205, or CIS270, or permission of Instructor.

Class# Semester Location Delivery Dates Days Times Instructor Availability
14749 Fall 2016 Glendale
B 205
Hybrid 10/25/2016- 12/15/2016 Tu,Th 11:30AM- 12:45PM
  • C. Esparza
Open
23 of 24 Seats Available
  • Notes
    • Class Notes: Class 14749 is a Hybrid course. Students must register by the start date of the class. Students must attend the first day of scheduled class and will be given information about the course at the first class meeting. Students are required to come to campus for scheduled classes. For information about hybrid courses, go to www.gccaz.edu/eCourses/.
      Class 14749 costs include Business Class Fee: $4

Computer Forensics Foundations (ITS291) 4 Credits

Development of foundational computer forensic skills. Introduction to preserving, identifying, extracting, interpreting, and documenting computer data as part of a forensically sound analysis. Examination of the physical and logical structure of hard drives. Study of the logical structure of Windows-based file systems and common applications. Introduction to the logical structure of Unix/Linux-based file systems and common applications of commercial forensic tools. Prerequisites: BPC170 and ITS110 or permission of Instructor.

Class# Semester Location Delivery Dates Days Times Instructor Availability
42176 Fall 2016 Glendale
Online Class
Internet 08/22/2016- 10/14/2016 N/A N/A
  • D. Jewell
Open
22 of 24 Seats Available

Advanced Computer Forensics (ITS292) 4 Credits

Advanced computer forensics analysis techniques with commercial tools. Introduction to open-source forensic tools. Emphasis on data recovery from complex applications and media types. Study of the logical structure of Unix/Linux-based file systems. Advanced search techniques. Analysis of unallocated space, compound files, and NTFS artifacts. Prerequisites: ITS291 or permission of Instructor.

Class# Semester Location Delivery Dates Days Times Instructor Availability
14729 Fall 2016 Glendale
Online Class
Internet 10/17/2016- 12/16/2016 N/A N/A
  • Staff
Open
24 of 24 Seats Available

SUN System The Shared Unique Number (SUN) System helps students identify courses that will directly transfer among Arizona's community colleges and three public universities. Using the SUN System, students can easily search for and enroll in courses that offer direct equivalency at other Arizona colleges and universities. SUN courses have their own unique course number and prefix listed alongside each college's course number.

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