Lab 6 of 6: Wireless Security

Lab 6 of 6: Wireless Security
During Week 2, you should have completed iLab 2 of 6: Best Practices for Securing a Wireless Network in a
SOHO—The Policy Statement, Processes, and Procedures Guidelines. In this lab, you will explore, select,
and justify the selection of a secure wireless network for that (iLab 2) SOHO environment. You shall actually
identify the hardware and software needed to support the network security policies and user requirements.
The reason for this lab is to allow you to experience the wireless network technology selection process while
working with a typical set of requirements and the current industry offerings.
Basic Wireless Network Requirements and Assumptions
Consult your iLab 2 of 6: Best Practices for Securing a Wireless Network in a SOHO—The Policy
Statement, Processes, and Procedures Guidelines for a foundation to your design requirements.
Create your own user requirements that are reasonable and typical for a SOHO.
Note: If you did not complete iLab 2, then request a policy statement from your instructor as soon as
possible. You may also use policy statements that you find in iLab 2’s resource.
Document Authoring Guidelines
Print
Submit your assignment to the Dropbox located on the silver tab at the
top of this page.
(See the Syllabus section “Due Dates for Assignments & Exams” for
due dates.)
iLAB OVERVIEW
Scenario/Summary
Deliverables
Each section will vary in size based on the requirements. Drive yourself to create a useful document for the
direction you have selected.
Lab Document Framework
Requirements and Policies of the Secure Wireless Network:
State the requirements and general
security policies that will drive your design of a secure wireless network at the SOHO. It should be
about 5–10 sentences or bullet points.
Secure Wireless Network Solution Overview:
Outline the technical functionality and customer
requirements of your secure wireless network. Tell us what the design can do. Include any special
conditions, limitations, or exceptions that exist. It should be about 5–10 sentences or bullet points.
Secure Wireless Network Design Illustration:
Using a graphic illustration tool, such as Visio,
document the logical design of your secure wireless network design. It should be about two pages.
Citations and Resources Used in This Report:
Tell us where you received external guidance and
ideas. If you have presented original ideas, give yourself credit, and tell us why you believe it is
correct.
Delivering Your Lab Document
Organize your materials into a single document or multiple documents. Name your document(s) such that
the course ID, your full name, and this lab’s name are referenced. For example, include
SEC572_FirstName_LastName_Lab6 in the file’s name. The text of your document must be readable with
Microsoft Word 2007 (or prior) or a standard PDF file viewer. The graphic illustrations must be readable with
common tools, such as Visio, a browser, Adobe’s reader, or Microsoft Paint. See the student software store
if you need to install Visio.
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Deliver your lab document: Submit your assignment to the Week 6 Dropbox located on the silver tab at the
top of this page. (See the Syllabus section “Due Dates for Assignments & Exams” for due date information.)
Use the Dropbox comment area to give your instructor an introduction or state any special information.
Required Software
Access the software at

https://lab.devry.edu

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Steps: 12, 2, and 3
iLAB STEPS
Outline a set of requirements that are aligned with your policy statement. Given those requirements, select
one potentially acceptable secure wireless network solution found through your research (see suggested
Step 1
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resources). This is likely to be a combination of vendor products and services. An example is provided in the
textbook and in the URLs below.
Outline the technical functionality of your secure wireless network. Indicate what the secure wireless
network can do, with respect to the policy statement and your requirements.
Step 2
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Create a logical graphic illustration of the secure wireless network design. Show how the technical
functionality and customer requirements come together in your design and selections.
Step 3
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Your textbook and other related textbooks
The DeVry Online Library
Professional journals and security website
News media releases
Security vendor and contributor websites (See the examples below, but be aware that URLs do change
without notice.)
https://www.google.com/search?q=wireless network designs for small business
https://www.google.com/search?q=cisco wireless network designs for small business
https://www.google.com/search?q=netgear wireless network designs for small business
https://www.google.com/search?q=security issues in wireless network designs for small business
https://www.google.com/search?q=security issues in wireless network designs blackhat
Suggested Resources
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Category
Points
%
Description
Structure
5
5
Use of applicable and creative layouts
Grading Rubric
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Documentation and Formatting
15
15
Appropriate citations or referenced sources and formats of
characters or content
Lab or Case Analysis
40
40
Accurate and complete delivery of lab tasks
Executive or Management
Quality Content
40
40
Provides an appropriate value to managers in the setting of
the lab’s scope
Total
100
100
A quality lab document will meet or exceed all of the above
requirements.
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