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Course was work related. Found it very relative to what we are doing today. Instructor was bilingual and answered questions in both official languages.
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1. Title

  • The Definitive IT Security Awareness Boot Camp (SECAWARE, 2 days)
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2. Course Pre-requisites

  • None

3. Target Audience

  • IT and business professionals who want a better understanding ot IT security terminology and technologies

4. Dates and Pricing


May 4 to May 5, 2017$1,150.00/person

5. Outline

Module 1: Exploring the Security Landscape

Topic 1: What is computer security

Topic 2: Terms and concepts

Topic 3: Risk management

Topic 4: Security standards

Topic 5: Understanding the different certifications

Module 2: The Human Factor

Topic 1: Understanding the Human Factor

Topic 2: Defining sound policies

Topic 3: CIA: Confidentiality, Integrity and Availability

Module 3: The System

Topic 1: Planning for Security

Topic 2: Integrating Security in System Lifecycles

Topic 3: Controlling information flow

Module 4: Technologies

Topic 1: Overview of Cryptography

Topic 2: Authentication and Authorization

Topic 3: Single-vendor vs. mixed-vendor solutions

Topic 4: Physical vs. Logical security

Module 5: workstation Security

Topic 1: Defining desktop security

Topic 2: Understanding desktop security

Topic 3: Integrating diverse desktop

Topic 4: Exploring security threats

Module 6: server Security

Topic 1: Defining server security

Topic 2: Understanding Windows Security

Topic 3: Understanding Unix and Linux Security

Module 7: Software Service Security

Topic 1: Defining software service

Topic 2: Daemons and services

Topic 3: Process and privileges

Topic 4: Process isolation

Module 8: Network Security

Topic 1: Securing the network

Topic 2: Understanding networking

Topic 3: Overview of TCP/IP

Topic 4: Routing and Firewalls

Module 9: Web Security

Topic 1: Understanding Web Security

Topic 2: HTTPS and SSL

Topic 3: Web Browsers and Cookies

Topic 4: How HTTP sessions are maintained

Topic 5: Email security

Module 10: Infrastructure Security

Topic 1: Defining Infrastructure

Topic 2: Controlling physical access

Module 11: Vector of Attack

Topic 1: Thinking like a cracker

Topic 2: Tools of the Trade

Topic 3: Testing Security

Topic 4: Demonstrating an attack

Module 12: The role of the Security Officer

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