In this course, students will learn how to implement practical solutions for identifying, assessing, and preventing external and internal threats to networks. Key components include security issues with various protocols, OS security, network device security, authentication methods, least privilege principal, web security, security policies, communication security and cryptography basics.
- OS security lockdown
- Network device security
- Exploitation prevention
- Web page security configuration
- Communication Security (focusing on protocols used for network and communications)
- Access control and authentication methods
- Security Policy and Principal of Least Privilege
- Basic network cryptography
This class is intended for individuals with intermediate knowledge of information systems and systems security.
Course includes the following takeaway items: a printed training book and a CD that includes reference materials pertaining to the course.
Every student participating will receive a certificate of successful participation in this course, which will allow you to claim hours of Continuous Professional Experience for your existing certifications. Our Continuing Education Credits are accepted by ISC2, CompTIA and ISACA.