Guide to Computer Network Security (Computer Communications by Joseph Migga Kizza

By Joseph Migga Kizza

This complete advisor exposes the safety dangers and vulnerabilities of machine networks and networked units, supplying recommendation on constructing better algorithms and most sensible practices for boosting procedure protection. totally revised and up to date, this re-creation embraces a broader view of computing device networks that encompasses agile cellular structures and social networks. positive aspects: presents aiding fabric for teachers and scholars, together with an instructor’s handbook, slides, ideas, and laboratory fabrics; contains either speedy and extra thought-provoking routines on the finish of every bankruptcy; devotes a whole bankruptcy to laboratory routines; discusses flaws and vulnerabilities in computing device community infrastructures and protocols; proposes useful and effective recommendations to protection concerns; explores the position of laws, law, and legislation enforcement in preserving desktop and computing device community safeguard; examines the effect of advancements in virtualization, cloud computing, and cellular structures.

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The cladding itself is encased in a plastic jacket. The jacket protects the inner fiber from external abuses such as bending and abrasions. Optical fiber cables transmit data signals by first converting them into light signals. 4 Data Communication Media Technology 13 ting diode (LED) or an injection laser diode (ILD). At the receiving end, the emitted rays are received by a photo detector that converts them back to the original form. 2 Wireless Communication Wireless communication and wireless networks have evolved as a result of rapid development in communication technologies, computing, and people’s need for mobility.

6 19 Network Connectivity and Protocols In the early days of computing, computers were used as stand-alone machines, and all work that needed cross computing was done manually. Files were moved on disks from computer to computer. There was, therefore, a need for cross computing where more than one computer should talk to others and vice versa. A new movement was, therefore, born. It was called the open system movement, which called for computer hardware and software manufacturers to come up with a way for this to happen.

For the Internet network, the transport layer has two standard protocols: Transport Control Protocol (TCP) and User Datagram Protocol (UDP). TCP provides a connection-oriented service, and it guarantees the delivery of all application layer packets to their destination. This guarantee is based on two mechanisms: congestion control that throttles the transmission rate of the source element when there is traffic congestion in the network and the flow control mechanism that tries to match sender and receiver speeds to synchronize the flow rate and reduce the packet drop rate.

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