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IT255 Student Lab Manual

LABORATORY

Student Lab Manual IT255 Fundamentals of Information Systems Security

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IT255 Student Lab Manual

LABORATORY

ISS Curriculum Overview............................................................................................................................. 5 Ethics and Code of Conduct.......................................................................................................................... 6 Laboratory #1 ................................................................................................................................................ 7 Lab #1: Perform Reconnaissance & Probing Using ZenMap GUI (Nmap) ............................................. 7 Learning Objectives and Outcomes.......................................................................................................... 7 Required Setup and Tools......................................................................................................................... 7 Deliverables ............................................................................................................................................ 11 Evaluation Criteria and Rubrics.............................................................................................................. 12 Lab #1 – Assessment Worksheet ............................................................................................................ 13 Laboratory #2 .............................................................................................................................................. 15 Lab #2: Perform a Vulnerability Assessment Scan Using Nessus® ....................................................... 15 Learning Objectives…...

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