Discussion in 'Server Security' started by Yba, Mar 27, 2009.

  1. Yba

    Yba Guest

    This might be not the proper place to post this inquiry. But, as there are
    those beautiful and experienced MVP's around, I hope they can attend this
    I have been in IT field for the past 5 years, mainly in networking.
    I have been working with DCs, ISA, Exchange and Citrix. I could say that I
    have a fair background of networking.
    Now, assuming that there is an academic degree for network security from
    Microsoft perspective, what would the courses of that degree be? I mean, what
    books should I master to master Microsoft network security?

    Any input is highly appreciated.

    Yba, Mar 27, 2009
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  2. Yba

    Al Dunbar Guest

    You might find a degree program related to computing science that
    specialized in networking, but I am not sure if there is one that would
    specialize further into network security. I doubt that you would find one
    that focussed on the security implications of networking with Microsoft
    products. I don't know of a network that includes only Microsoft components.
    If there was such a thing, I would hope that its security was not based on
    expertise in only Microsoft products, as attacks may come from non-MS

    Al Dunbar, Mar 29, 2009
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