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### Introduction to Computer Networks and Cybersecurity by J. David Irwin, Wu Chwan-Hwa

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Introduction to Computer Networks and Cybersecurity written by J. David Irwin, Wu Chwan-Hwa .
This text has been prepared in full view of the current state-of-the-art of computer networks and cybersecurity. The book has been designed as carefully as possible to be a sort of “bible” for this area by uncovering numerous salient features of the various topics and providing clear and detailed explanations of concepts that are difficult to grasp. The book is organized into six parts that essentially walk the reader through this area in a straightforward and logical manner.
The book begins with a presentation of the Internet architecture in the Introduction because that is the normal way in which people first encounter computer networks, and then proceeds to Internet applications and the development of application software in Part 1, which represents the manner in which the Internet is used. This unique presentation sequence thus leverages the subjects with which readers are at least partially familiar. The application layer is used by students on an everyday basis and most of them have experience in setting up a home network using a wireless or Ethernet local area network (LAN). The book then addresses the link and physical layers in Part 2, which makes it easy for students to grasp the concepts surrounding LANs. Layer 2 switches are then extended to layer 3 switches and their attendant design issues.
The network layer including IPv4, IPv6, routers and the various design issues are covered in Part 3. Part 4 then addresses the transport layer, which is the layer of the protocol stack that provides a mechanism for efficient transport. The details surrounding the modern congestion control algorithms available in the newest operating systems (OS’s), together with their pros and cons, are also illustrated in detail. The analysis of these layers is followed by an in-depth presentation of the numerous aspects of the information infrastructure and computer security in Part 5. The development of Internet applications covered in detail in Part 1 provides the student with the tools necessary to comprehend the vulnerabilities associated with each OS and the typical applications. Therefore, this book enables students to understand the defense methods as well as their weaknesses.

Book Detail :-
Title: Introduction to Computer Networks and Cybersecurity
Edition:
Author(s): J. David Irwin, Wu Chwan-Hwa
Publisher: CRC Press
Series: Engineering
Year: 2013
Pages: 1373
Type: PDF
Language: English
ISBN: 9781466572133,1466572132,978-1-4665-7214-0,1466572140
Country: US
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The author J. David Irwin (born 1939 in Minneapolis, Minnesota) is an American engineering educator and author of popular textbooks in electrical engineering and related areas. He received his BEE from Auburn University, Alabama, in 1961, and his MS and PhD from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, in 1962 and 1967, respectively. In 1967, he joined Bell Telephone Laboratories, Inc., Holmdel, New Jersey, as a member of the technical staff and was made a supervisor in 1968. He then joined Auburn University in 1969 as an assistant professor of electrical engineering. He was made an associate professor in 1972, associate professor and head of department in 1973, and professor and head in 1976. He served as head of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering from 1973 to 2009. In 1993, he was named Earle C. Williams Eminent Scholar and Head. From 1982 to 1984, he was also head of the Department of Computer Science and Engineering. He is currently the Earle C. Williams Eminent Scholar in Electrical and Computer Engineering at Auburn.
Dr. Irwin has served the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers, Inc. (IEEE) Computer Society as a member of the Education Committee and as education editor of Computer. He has served as chairman of the Southeastern Association of Electrical Engineering Department Heads and the National Association of Electrical Engineering Department Heads and is past president of both the IEEE Industrial Electronics Society and the IEEE Education Society. He is a life member of the IEEE Industrial Electronics Society AdCom and has served as a member of the Oceanic Engineering Society AdCom. He served for two years as editor of IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics.

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Book Contents :-
Introduction to Computer Networks and Cybersecurity written by J. David Irwin, Wu Chwan-Hwa cover the following topics. '
1. The Application Layer
2. DNS and Active Directory
3. XML-Based Web Services
4. Socket Programming
4. Problems
5. Peer-to-Peer (P2P) Networks and Applications
6. The Data Link Layer and Physical Layer
7. The Ethernet and Switches
8. Virtual LAN, Class of Service, and Multilayer Networks
9. Wireless and Mobile Networks
10. The Network Layer
11. IPv6
12. Routing and Interior Gateways
13. Border Gateway Routing
14. The Transport Layer
15. Packet Loss Recovery
16. TCP Congestion Control
17. Cybersecurity Overview
18. Firewalls
19. Intrusion Detection/Prevention System
20. Hash and Authentication
21. Symmetric Key Ciphers and Wireless LAN Security
22. Public Key Cryptography, Infrastructure and Certificates
23. Secure Socket Layer/Transport Layer Security (SSL/TLS) Protocols for Transport Layer Security
24. Virtual Private Networks for Network Layer Security
25. Network Access Control and Wireless Network Security
26. Cyber Threats and Their Defense
27. Network and Information Infrastructure Virtualization
28. Unified Communications and Multimedia Protocols
Glossary of Acronyms

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