Diploma in Security System Details

Because human error is the number one cause for a network security breach, CompTIA Security+ is recognized by the technology community as a valuable credential that proves competency with information security. CompTIA Security+ training provides the skills necessary to apply and implement technical knowledge of security concepts in today’s security environment.


Diploma in Security System Highlights

Course Duration

2 Months

Learners

50000

Delivery Mode

Online

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Course Outcome

Systems Security
  • . Differentiate among various systems security threats.
  • Explain the security risks pertaining to system hardware and peripherals
  • Implement OS hardening practices and procedures to achieve workstation and server security.
  • Carry out the appropriate procedures to establish application security
  • Implement security applications.
  • Explain the purpose and application of virtualization technology
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Network Infrastructure
  • Differentiate between the different ports & protocols, their respective threats and mitigation techniques.
  • Distinguish between network design elements and components
  • Determine the appropriate use of network security tools to facilitate network security.
  • Apply the appropriate network tools to facilitate network security
  • Explain the vulnerabilities and mitigations associated with network devices
  • Explain the vulnerabilities and mitigations associated with various transmission media
  • Explain the vulnerabilities and implement mitigations associated with wireless networking.
Access Control
  • Identify and apply industry best practices for access control method
  • Explain common access control models and the differences between each
  • Organize users and computers into appropriate security groups and roles while distinguishing between appropriate rights and privileges
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WHO WILL BENEFIT

Students
Engineers
Systems programmers
Coding Enthusiast

COURSE CURRICULUM


Topics

  • Examine the TCP/IP protocol suite, the OSI model, and the different protocols that operate within the layers of these models
  • Identify various attacks that protocols and ports can face, along with the tools that can be used to detect these attacks
  • Examine the use of routers and switches to create a secure environment, while also looking at how techniques such as creating subnets, DMZs, and VLANs can be used to secure an environment
  • Differentiate security assessment techniques and how penetration testing, vulnerability scanning tools, and honeypots can be used to find holes in network security
  • Identify the different types of firewalls, NIDS and NIPS, proxy servers, all‐in‐one security appliances, and other mechanisms that can be put in place to make a network environment secure
  • Discuss mitigation and deterrent techniques, security log analysis, and methods to secure DHCP and DNS servers
  • Examine different remote access strategies and technologies such as PPP, VPNs, PPTP, L2TP, IPsec, RADIUS, and TACACS
  • Examine wireless security mechanisms such as WEP, WPA, CCMP, EAP, PEAP, LEAP, MAC filters,
  • SSID broadcast, and antenna placement and the attacks they are designed to fend off
  • Identify different authentication services and protocols along with biometric security mechanisms and other access security mechanisms such as tokens and smart cards
  • Explain how LDAP can be used to create security in an environment along with risk reduction mechanisms such as policies for mandatory vacations, job rotation and separation of duties
  • Compare the methods, tools, and applications that can be used to secure the data, mobile devices, and operating systems, how to deploy environmental controls and physical access controls
  • Discuss locking mechanisms ‐ application and physical ‐ along with encryption schemes for data on servers and mobile devices
  • Examine the different environmental and physical controls that can be used to secure an IT environment
  • Explain cryptography and the different algorithms, ciphers and tools that can be used to secure information, and to protect against attacks
  • Examine symmetric and asymmetric algorithms along with block and stream ciphers, one‐time pads, and steganography
  • Describe message authentication, digital signatures, Public Key Infrastructures and certification, authorization and revocation
  • Interpret business continuity plans along with risk assessment techniques and the strategies used when creating a risk management process
  • Examine security training for end‐users and the methodologies and tools used when performing computer forensics
  • Discuss the communications standards and protocols that are used in the web server environment, along with the ways to harden web servers and web browsers
  • Distinguish the different types of attacks that web servers and web‐based applications can face
  • Discuss virtualized environments, along with cloud computing and the different types of services and challenges that each can offer