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I really liked the fact that we could follow using the manual PDF files on our individual machines. This allowed to easily/quickly scroll back/forth the slides without having to interrupt the class to ask to go back to certain slides when needing to review something. This also allowed to easily search within the manual for specific keywords while doing exercises
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1. Title

  • Windows Server Advanced Security (W8ASEV, 5 days)
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2. Course Pre-requisites

  • Extensive system Administration experience

3. Target Audience

  • System Administrators who want to protect their Windows Server based environment.

4. Dates and Pricing


Sep 25 to Sep 29, 2017$2,775.00/person
Dec 4 to Dec 8, 2017$2,775.00/person

5. Outline

Module 1: Server Security and Malware

Topic 1: The Anatomy of an Attack

Topic 2: PDRP: Plan, Detect, Respond, Prevent

Topic 3: Threat Sources

Topic 4: Threat Categories

Topic 5: Dealing with Viruses

Topic 6: Dealing with Worms

Topic 7: Dealing with Spyware

Topic 8: Dealing with Email Attacks

Topic 9: Dealing with Malevolent Scripts

Topic 10: What about IIS, WCF and other Remote Access Technologies?

Topic 11: What about Application Servers?

Topic 12: About Windows Security Measures and Tools

Module 2: The Hacker View of Windows Server

Topic 1: About Authentication and Authorization

Topic 2: Security Architecture

Topic 3: Essential Security Principles

Topic 4: Forests, Trees and Domains

Topic 5: Exploring the SID

Topic 6: Server Authentication

Topic 7: Server Authorization

Topic 8: About Auditing and Logging

Module 3: Security Architecture Planning

Topic 1: Server Architecture

Topic 2: Defining a Maintenance Plan

Topic 3: About Change Control

Topic 4: About Contingency Planning

Topic 5: Service Minimization

Topic 6: Applying Patches

Topic 7: Implementing Honeypots

Module 4: Features and Tools

Topic 1: Secure Default Installation

Topic 2: About Usernames and Passwords

Topic 3: Internet Connection Firewall

Topic 4: Security Templates and Security Configuration

Topic 5: Microsoft Baseline Security Analyzer

Topic 6: Using Group Policy

Topic 7: Using IPSec

Topic 8: The Encrypted File System

Topic 9: Windows File Protection

Module 5: Auditing

Topic 1: Implementing Auditing

Topic 2: Planning the Audit Strategy

Topic 3: Auditing from a Windows System

Topic 4: Auditing from a UNIX System

Module 6: Securing Applications

Topic 1: Protecting the HTTP and FTP Server

Topic 2: Protecting Mail Servers

Topic 3: Protecting DNS Servers

Topic 4: Protecting Desktop Applications

Topic 5: Protecting Corporate Applications

Module 7: Cryptography

Topic 1: About Cryptography

Topic 2: Overview of DES and AES

Topic 3: About Cryptographic Algorithms

Topic 4: Using EFS

Topic 5: What about SSL?

Topic 6: About Public Keys and Private Keys

Topic 7: Using SSL for Encrypted Communication

Module 8: Authentication

Topic 1: Authentication Overview

Topic 2: Basic Authentication

Topic 3: Kerberos Authentication

Topic 4: Kerberos Architecture

Topic 5: Kerberos and Group Policy

Topic 6: Windows Support for Kerberos

Topic 7: Windows Server and PKI

Module 9: VPNs and IPSec

Topic 1: VPN Essentials

Topic 2: About LAN to LAN VPNs

Topic 3: PPTP and L2TP for LAN to LAN VPNs

Topic 4: Implementing a Remote Access VPN

Topic 5: PPTP and L2TP for Remote Access VPNs

Topic 6: Using IPSec

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