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Mark Jeremy

Lecturer
Department of Information and Computing Studies
National Technical Institute for the Deaf

585-512-8077
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Mark Jeremy

Lecturer
Department of Information and Computing Studies
National Technical Institute for the Deaf
Instructional/Support Faculty

Education

AAS, BS, Rochester Institute of Technology

585-512-8077

Currently Teaching

NACT-262
3 Credits
This course extends students' skills at securing and managing networks and servers. Students taking the course will practice implementing and administering networked servers in multiple operating systems by managing server devices, file system, users and groups, and application software. Students will design and test custom LAN environments, using both physical and virtual computers and servers. Students will also learn to secure shared data across platforms, securing both the physical/virtual network environment and the operating systems' shared resources.
NACT-260
3 Credits
This course is designed to provide students with hands-on experience with multi-protocol routers and multi-switched networks. The class includes basic router operations, architecture, and configuration; switched Ethernet networks; virtual LAN technology; configuration of switching devices; and troubleshooting. Students set up, wire, and configure expansion technologies in an internet work environment.
NACT-261
3 Credits
This course will provide students with a deeper understanding of computer and data network security. Students will examine an infrastructure design process for securing computer systems and data networks, as well as methodologies and best practices for implementing security, security policies, security testing, and incident response. The underlying principles used to secure networks including security technologies, intrusion detection, authentication, and cryptography basics will be discussed. This course will also introduce students to network security planning, technology, and organization, and the legal and ethical issues associated with network security.
NACT-160
3 Credits
This course introduces students to the basics of user security on their computers as well as the basics of computer networking. Students will learn the importance of user security and some of the tools and procedures needed to protect and secure their information, computers and networks against attack. Basic concepts and terminology of wired and wireless networking including networking hardware, media, communication technologies and protocols, and network management will be covered. Lab activities will develop skills in installing, configuring, managing, and troubleshooting a basic network.
NACT-295
3 Credits
This course provides an opportunity for students to work on technical projects that integrate the skills they have developed in earlier Applied Computer Technology courses. Students will work both independently and in teams to solve "real world" networking and computer support problems in a professional manner.