Let’s get down to business, to protect your network. Did you just get a firewall, and expect that to work? Yes, cyber security is essential in today’s environment, so it’s important to know how to be safe. Thus, there is a new five-day seminar available, in which participants will learn all about cyber security and how to protect their network.
This course is perfect for security professionals such as security, intel, and policy analysts, as well as security operations personnel, network and system administrators, VARs, and security consultants. In it, participants will review standard cyber security terminology, compliance requirements, and even work with active viruses in order to better combat them. There’s also a section on the non-technical aspects, such as risk management, disaster recover, and more.
The training seminar will start by covering the security fundamentals and vulnerabilities in the introductory section. It will then move on to social media concerns, dealing with issues such as phishing and online attacks, followed by cyber awareness, in which participants will learn about CNCI, the legalities, and certain kinds of cyber attacks to watch out for. The seminar will then address cyber services, then risk management and assessment, as well as security policy management. That’s barely a fraction of the course, with further instruction in vulnerability assessment and tools, business continuity planning, securing communications, systems for detecting and preventing intrusions, and more.
Along with the instructions, there are hands-on exercises, providing real experience for dealing with mapping site content, remotely connecting, using steganoraphic tools, and pretty much everything one would have to deal with when addressing security. In short, it provides a full and in-depth coverage of creating and managing a secure network.
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Edited by Brooke Neuman