Introduction to Computer Security

Introduction to Computer Security

Description

The course does not assume any prior knowledge of computer security and can be enjoyed by anyone interested in improving the security of their digital life. By the end of the course, you'll be able to
1. Explain the fundamental concepts of computer security
2. Understand how to protect your computer (Cryptography, Malware, how passwords work, how to set up good passwords, how a passwords management program works)
3. Explain basic network security concepts
4. Realize how firewalls work and how to set up these
5. Comprehend how tunneling and intrusions detection work
6. Identify risks you can encounter as a social network user

Course format

The course is organised in 4 independent modules. Each learner can choose what to follow in accordance with his/her own preferences

Prerequisites

Pre-knowledge is not requested

 Institution

Open University of the Netherlands

 Instructor

Alessandra Antonaci

Alessandra Antonaci

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  Information

Language English
Start date 19 February 2018
Duration 3 weeks
Hours of study 1 hours
EQF-Level EQF level 1
Rights Open license: (re-)use it
Requirements Free admittance
Cost Free of charge
Delivery mode Learn anywhere online
QA Quality assured
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Full Course Experience Full course experience
Provider OpenupEd
01-Feb-2018
Introduction to Computer Security
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The course does not assume any prior knowledge of computer security and can be enjoyed by anyone interested in improving the security of their digital life. By the end of the course, you'll be able to
1. Explain the fundamental concepts of computer security
2. Understand how to protect your computer (Cryptography, Malware, how passwords work, how to set up good passwords, how a passwords management program works)
3. Explain basic network security concepts
4. Realize how firewalls work and how to set up these
5. Comprehend how tunneling and intrusions detection work
6. Identify risks you can encounter as a social network user
English
Instructor-paced
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19-02-2018
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Open University of the Netherlands
https://www.ou.nl/web/english/home
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The course is organised in 4 independent modules. Each learner can choose what to follow in accordance with his/her own preferences
Pre-knowledge is not requested
For more information about the EFQ levels click here
EQF level 1
Alessandra Antonaci
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Introduction to Computer Security
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