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This course provides students with the fundamental concepts of data communications and teaches practical approaches and considerations when designing, implementing, and securing a network environment. It includes an analysis of the physical and logical aspects of the network infrastructure and the various industry standards and models available. The material also consists of the common techniques to identify threats and countermeasures utilized to minimize exposure on a network. Throughout this course, students develop and build their analytical and problem-solving skills. Specific topics covered include: network standards; architectures; topologies; devices; media; protocols; security; and other network-based technologies.
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