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Security is one of the most important challenges modern
organisations face. Security is about protecting
organisational assets, including personnel, data, equipment
and networks from attack through the use of prevention
techniques in the form of vulnerability testing/security
policies and detection techniques, exposing breaches in
security and implementing effective responses.
In this course you will gain the knowledge of security, associated risks and how security breaches impact on business continuity. You’ll will examine security measures involving access authorisation, regulation of use, implementing contingency plans and devising security policies and procedures. The course introduces you to the detection of threats and vulnerabilities in physical and IT security, and how to manage risks relating to enterprises security. Topic covered will be Network Security design and operational topics, including address translation, DMZ, VPN, firewalls, AV and intrusion detection systems. Remote access will be covered, as will the need for frequent vulnerability testing as part of organisational and security audit compliance.
As a part of the course you will also learn cryptography, It is now a prevalent part of our day-to- day lives despite many people being unaware of its usage or importance. Almost every interaction we make with an electronic device will involve cryptography in some form. Cryptography is an indispensable tool for protecting information in computer systems. topics included in this unit are: the mathematical algorithms used in cryptography, the mechanisms by which symmetric and asymmetric cryptography work, 3DES and AES block ciphers, the operations of public key cryptography, Public Key Infrastructure (PKI), primality testing and factoring, discreet logarithms, El Gamal encryption, security issues with cryptography, common attacks on cryptographic schemes, and some practical applications of cryptography
|Tution Fees||₹ 2,90,000|
You’ll have opportunities to engage with industry from the first year. Though work placements, industry projects, internships, seminars and events, you’ll be in contact with industry every step of the way. You’ll have the chance to do 12 weeks’ work experience, research projects in collaboration with industry and the opportunity to work overseas.
This course recognised and have professional exemptions from
British Computing Society (BCS). The BCS represents IT
professionals both in the UK and internationally and are a
member organisation of CEPIS (Council of European
Professional Informatics Societies). The BCS have mapped
their membership schemes to the SFIA framework.
You’ll also get exemptions from The Institution of ENgineering & Technology (IET)
This course prepares you take up job roles as Forensic Computer Analysts, IT Security Coordinator, Ethical Hacker and Fraud Analyst. Cryptocurrency was such a hot topic in 2017, that 15 of the 18 more popular industry jobs specifically mentioned “cryptocurrency” in the description. Showing how hot cryptocurrency has become in 2017 after being generally overshadowed by blockchain in 2016, 15 out of the 18 most popular industry jobs specifically mentioned “cryptocurrency” in the description. Because of this rapid surge of interest, the biggest industries are desperately looking for high-quality talent in a field which, as of now, is extremely limited
Students completing Security pathway diploma program at Kings Cornerstone, who achieve Merit grade point are guaranteed entry with two years credit/exemption (equivalent to 240 credit points) to join the final year of a Bachelor's degree program in University of Hertfordshire or University of Sunderland.
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