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.

In this course, by studying attacks on computer systems, network, and the Web, students will learn the fundamental principles of computer and network security.
After this course, through the use of network hacking techniques and vulnerability scanning, you will be able to discover vulnerabilities across a whole network.
For maximum security, you will be able to architect your network and avoid local and remote attacks. We also provide you with better network security services by using custom router firmware.
You will understand the different types of available firewalls and what threats each help to mitigate. Including MacOS and BSD layer 4 firewalls such as Iptables on Linux and PF. Virtual firewalls, host-based firewalls, and firewalls based on applications such as Pfsence. We cover firewalls for all usage scenarios on all platforms including Windows, Mac OS X and Linux. You will master network monitoring to discover and identify potential hackers, malware and other adversaries that might be lurking on your network. Using tools like Wireshark, Tcpdump and Syslog.

Diploma in Security System Highlights

Course Duration

2 Months



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Course Outcome
Systems Security
  • alt text. Differentiate among various systems security threats.
  • alt text Explain the security risks pertaining to system hardware and peripherals
  • alt text Implement OS hardening practices and procedures to achieve workstation and server security.
  • alt text Carry out the appropriate procedures to establish application security
  • alt text Implement security applications.
  • alt text Explain the purpose and application of virtualization technology
Network Infrastructure
  • alt text Differentiate between the different ports & protocols, their respective threats and mitigation techniques.
  • alt text Distinguish between network design elements and components
  • alt text Determine the appropriate use of network security tools to facilitate network security.
  • alt text Apply the appropriate network tools to facilitate network security
  • alt text Explain the vulnerabilities and mitigations associated with network devices
  • alt text Explain the vulnerabilities and mitigations associated with various transmission media
  • alt text Explain the vulnerabilities and implement mitigations associated with wireless networking.
Access Control
  • alt text Identify and apply industry best practices for access control method
  • alt text Explain common access control models and the differences between each
  • alt text Organize users and computers into appropriate security groups and roles while distinguishing between appropriate rights and privileges
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  • alt text Examine the TCP/IP protocol suite, the OSI model, and the different protocols that operate within the layers of these models
  • alt text Identify various attacks that protocols and ports can face, along with the tools that can be used to detect these attacks
  • alt text 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
  • alt text Differentiate security assessment techniques and how penetration testing, vulnerability scanning tools, and honeypots can be used to find holes in network security
  • alt text 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
  • alt text Discuss mitigation and deterrent techniques, security log analysis, and methods to secure DHCP and DNS servers
  • alt text Examine different remote access strategies and technologies such as PPP, VPNs, PPTP, L2TP, IPsec, RADIUS, and TACACS
  • alt text Examine wireless security mechanisms such as WEP, WPA, CCMP, EAP, PEAP, LEAP, MAC filters,
  • alt text SSID broadcast, and antenna placement and the attacks they are designed to fend off
  • alt text Identify different authentication services and protocols along with biometric security mechanisms and other access security mechanisms such as tokens and smart cards
  • alt text 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
  • alt text 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
  • alt text Discuss locking mechanisms ‐ application and physical ‐ along with encryption schemes for data on servers and mobile devices
  • alt text Examine the different environmental and physical controls that can be used to secure an IT environment
  • alt text Explain cryptography and the different algorithms, ciphers and tools that can be used to secure information, and to protect against attacks
  • alt text Examine symmetric and asymmetric algorithms along with block and stream ciphers, one‐time pads, and steganography
  • alt text Describe message authentication, digital signatures, Public Key Infrastructures and certification, authorization and revocation
  • alt text Interpret business continuity plans along with risk assessment techniques and the strategies used when creating a risk management process
  • alt text Examine security training for end‐users and the methodologies and tools used when performing computer forensics
  • alt text 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
  • alt text Distinguish the different types of attacks that web servers and web‐based applications can face
  • alt text Discuss virtualized environments, along with cloud computing and the different types of services and challenges that each can offer