Course Content

Introduction

09:57
Introduction to Computer Network Security

Computer Networks

10:30
What is a Computer Network?
11:06
Computer Networks Topologies
09:47
Computer Networks Categories
10:39
Computer Networks Devices and Services
09:20
What's Different Between Kinds of Computer Networks Transmission Cables and Media?

Why ISO/OSI Model?

09:57
Why ISO/OSI Model?

Layers

11:50
Application, Presentation, and Session Layers
10:47
Transport and Network Layers
08:33
Data Link and Physical Layers

ISO/OSI Model

10:04
The ISO/OSI Model

Protocols

10:41
Introduction to Computer Networks Protocols
11:53
IP Protocols
12:28
TCP and UDP Protocols
11:37
Application Protocols and Layers

Wireless Networks

10:39
TCP/IP Characteristics and Tools
09:19
What are the Benefits of Wireless Networks?
12:15
Wireless Networks Types
06:47
Wireless Networks Protocol (Wi-Fi)
10:28
Wireless Networks Devices

Wireless Networks Drawbacks

09:24
What are the Drawbacks of Wireless Networks?

Course Description

In the Network Fundamentals Course, you will get an introduction to basic networking concepts so that you can expand your learning further into network security. Network security is any activity designed to protect the usability and integrity of your network and data. It includes both hardware and software technologies. Network security ultimately helps you protect proprietary information from attack, so it is important to have a strong foundation in network fundamentals, which this course provides. Computer Network Security: Technologies and Tools for Network Admins and Security Officers. This course for beginners will provide a complete overview of network fundamentals including wired and wireless computer networks, devices, and protocols. By the end of this course, you will have a complete understanding of all the up-to-date terminology in the network security. Upon completion, the author recommends completing the Network Security for Beginners Course and the Advanced Network Security Course. Course Requirements

  • Basic computer knowledge
  • Basic Internet skills and adequate connection
  • Basic cyber security knowledge
  • Beginner networking background
  • Microsoft Windows machine
  • Microsoft PowerPoint for the presentation material