Security Boot Camp

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Nov 21, 2013 (3 years and 10 months ago)

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Course Name

Security Boot Camp

Course Number

LS 133 111

Course Duration

4 days

Course Description

Many organizations are now faced with the challenge of
information exchange for its employees, suppliers, partners and
customers. The Internet, World Wide Web, along with private
networks has allowed this information to exchange more quickly
than ever, but

information exchange has not come without risk.
With more reports of attacks against networks, IT managers are
faced with the responsibility of protecting their data. Security
Essential Boot camp covers Computer, Software & Network Security
allows IT prof
essionals, system and network administrators,
incident handling team members, information assurance and audit
professionals, the opportunity to gain knowledge

and experience in
various fields of computer and network security, intrusion
detection, virtual p
rivate networks and security management.

Course Objective

• Security Planning, Assessment, and Implementation

• Security Architecture and Models

• Availability, Integrity, and Confidentiality

• Security Management

• Cryptography Algorithms

• Cryptographic

Attack and Defense Mechanisms

• Risk Management

• IT Security Auditing, Attacks, and Threat Analysis

• Operations Security

• Business Continuity Planning

• Intrusion Detection, Attacks and Countermeasures

• System Security

• Physical Security

• Access Con
trol Systems

• Applications and Systems Security

• Firewalls

• Network and Web Security

• Security in SNMPv3 and IPv6

• Telecommunications Security



• Wireless Security

• Public Key Infrastructure

• Enterprise PKI

• Virtual Private Networks (VPN) Fundamenta
ls

• Security Administration

• Law, Investigation and Ethics

• Security Policies, Standards, and Guidelines

• Computer crime laws and regulations

Target Audience

• Security Officers

• Auditors

• Security Professionals

• Site Administrators

• Anyone who is

concerned about the integrity of the network
infrastructure and anyone new to network, computer and
information security

Prerequisites

Security Background

Course Modules


NETWORK SECURITY AND FIREWALLS


Network Security and Firewalls teaches you how to
secure your
network from unauthorized activity. This course teaches you about
security principles, such as establishing an effective security policy,
and about the different types of hacker activities that you are most
likely to encounter.


WHAT IS SECURIT
Y?

• Network Security Background

• What Is Security?

• Hacker Statistics

• What Is the Risk?

• The Myth of 100
-
Percent Security

• Attributes of an Effective Security Matrix

• What You Are Trying to Protect

• Who Is the Threat?

• Security Standards



• Elemen
ts of Security

• Security Concepts and Mechanisms

• Detecting and Analyzing Intrusions

• Vulnerability Assessment: Protecting Your Organization

• Exposing Network Weaknesses

• Ethical Hacking and Countermeasures: Hands
-
On

• Preventing Network and System Br
eaches

ELEMENTS OF SECURITY

• The Security Policy

• Encryption

• Authentication

• Specific Authentication Techniques

• Access Control

• Auditing

• Security Tradeoffs and Drawbacks


APPLIED ENCRYPTION

• Cryptography and Cryptanalysis

• Encryption Review

• R
easons to Use Encryption

• Creating Trust Relationships

• Rounds, Parallelization and Strong

• Encryption

• Symmetric
-
Key Encryption

• Symmetric Algorithms

• Asymmetric Encryption

• Hash Encryption

• Applied Encryption Processes

• Public
-
key cryptography


TYPES OF ATTACKS

• Attack Categories



• Brute
-
Force and Dictionary Attacks

• System Bugs and Back Doors

• Social Engineering and Non
-
Direct

• Attacks


GENERAL SECURITY PRINCIPLES

• Common Security Principles: Introduction

• Be Paranoid

• You Must Have a
Security Policy

• No System or Technique Stands Alone

• Minimize the Damage

• Deploy Companywide Enforcement

• Provide Training

• Use an Integrated Security Strategy