The book is organized into seventeen chapters. After providing a basic introduction to Networking, Data Communications, and TCP/IP in the first-six chapters, we have covered Internet Protocol Version 6 (IPv6) greatly improves on IPv4 by vastly increasing the number of available addresses and by enabling more efficient routing, simpler configuration, built-in IP security, better support for real-time data delivery, and other essential enhancements in Chapter 7 of Internet Protocol Version 6. It also describes transition technologies that allow you to deploy IPv6 in IPv4 intranets and across the IPv4 Internet. Chapter 8 entitled ';Network Security' describes the Computer Crime Evolution, Network Security Concepts, Network Security Design, Networking Auditing, Site Auditing, Threat Agent Assessment, Security Domain, Firewall and its Types, Demilitarized (DMZ), Risk Management, Network Threats, Preventive Measures, Security Management, etc.
1. Data Communications 2. Network Mechanisms 3. Interfaces, Transmission Media, Multiplexing And Error Detection 4. Local Area Networks (Lan) Architectures 5. Networking And Internetworking Devices 6. Tcp/Ip Architecture 7. Internet Protocol Version 6 8. Network Security 9. Cryptography 10. Secure Communications 11. Wireless Network Security 12. Voice Over Internet Protocol 13. Access Control And Password Management 14. Web Communications And Security 15. Network Firewall Technologies: Honeypots, Ids And Ips 16. Virtualization And Security 17. Cloud Computing And Its Security Appendix I Acronyms And Abbreviations List
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