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CSC358H5: Principles of Computer Networks

Resources outlined here help with parts of the spear phishing network security assignment: literature searching, report writing and source citation.

About this guide...

This guide is designed to help you with the network security spear phishing assignment by:

  • outlining secondary resources on network security;
  • listing places where you may be able to find primary sources from domain experts;
  • writing reports and citing using IEEE style.

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