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COIT20234 Advanced Network Security Project
This course is a capstone to the network security specialisation of the postgraduate MIT program. Students are required to apply, synthesise and demonstrate the skills that they have developed in earlier network security specialisation courses. This will be demonstrated through a group project where students are required to develop an integrated solution to address complex real-world security problems and threats. The group project will have a designated client (or acting client). Students will be required to design and implement an organisation security plan by meeting the real or simulated client requirements. Deliverables will include the formal security plan, secure infrastructure (including servers and networks), intrusion detection mechanisms and security policy and procedures. This will form part of an overall portfolio of planning and design documentation, scripts and rules. The delivered infrastructure will undergo component and system wide stress testing in the form of simulated security attacks. In order to deliver a robust solution, students will need to choose and employ an appropriate project management methodology. They will need to be mindful of extant technology, trends, threats and attacks as well as industry standards, professional best practice and network security development methodologies.
Course at a glance
|Faculty:||Faculty of Arts, Business, Informatics & Education|
|Requisites:||Prerequisite: COIS23001, COIS23002 and COIS20008|
|Student Contribution Band:||2|
|This course is not offered for this handbook year|
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