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41 PVCC DIGITAL FALL 2014 Workforce Services Class Schedule l or 434.961.5354 Cyberforce Superiority™ Many experts agree that cyber is a new war fighting domain, requiring new approaches and new skills. This hands-on intensive five-day course takes individuals from novice level to a highly skilled cyber warfare practitioner. Students will gain an understanding of the methodologies and interrelated offensive and defensive factors that come into play when training a cyber-warrior. Students will learn introductory, mid-level, and high-level tactics used for Computer Network Operations (CNO) including Computer Network Attack (CNA) and Computer Network Exploitation (CNE), Computer Network Defense (CND), as well as Computer Forensics. Topics of instruction include: ethical hacking, Boolean Logic, networking for both advanced Unix and Windows, vulnerability identification, computer exploit development, and reverse engineering. This is a practical course with instruction that is focused on in-class computer exercises and lab work. This course is offered in partnership with Raytheon Solipsys. 62343 LAWS M-F 11/3-11/7 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. RM 116 Lowenthal $4,495 Mark Lowenthal Mark Lownethal is president of the Intelligence & Security Academy, has served as assistant Director of Central Intelligence (ACI) for Analysis and Production; vice chairman for evaluation, National Intelligence Council; deputy assistant secretary of state for intelligence; and staff director, House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence (HPSCI). Dr. Lowenthal is the author of the standard college/ graduate school textbook on intelligence, Intelligence: From Secrets to Policy, now in its 5th edition (CQ Press). He also serves as an adjunct professor at the Johns Hopkins University. In 1988, Dr. Lowenthal was the Grand Champion on the television quiz show, Jeopardy. Cyber Security

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