CompTIA Security+ Certification Training

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Course Description

 
Security+ CompTIA Certification is the primary course you will need to take if your job responsibilities include securing network services, network devices, and network traffic. It is also the main course you will take to prepare for the CompTIA Security+ examination (exam number SY0-201). In this course, you'll build on your knowledge and professional experience with computer hardware, operating systems, and networks as you acquire the specific skills required to implement basic security services on any type of computer network.
Course Length: 5 Days
Course Tuition: $2090 (US)

Prerequisites

Basic Windows skills and fundamental understanding of computer and networking concepts are required. Students can obtain this level of skill and knowledge by taking the following courses: Introduction to Networks and the Internet and any one or more of the following ... Introduction to Personal Computers: Using Windows 2000 ... Introduction to Personal Computers: Using Windows XP/Windows 2000 ... Introduction to Windows XP ... Introduction to Windows XP Professional - Level 1 & Level 2 CompTIA A+ and Network+ certifications, or equivalent knowledge, and six to nine months experience in networking, including experience configuring and managing TCP/IP, are strongly recommended. Students can obtain this level of skill and knowledge by taking all of the following courses: A+ Certification; Network+ Certification. Additional introductory courses in operating system administration for Windows, UNIX, Linux, or NetWare are helpful but not required.

Course Outline

 


Lesson 1: Security Fundamentals

Topic 1A: Security Building Blocks

Topic 1B: Authentication Methods

Topic 1C: Cryptography Fundamentals

Topic 1D: Security Policy Fundamentals

Lesson 2: Security Threats

Topic 2A: Social Engineering

Topic 2B: Software-Based Threats

Topic 2C: Hardware-Based Threats

Lesson 3: Hardening Internal Systems and Services

Topic 3A: Harden Operating Systems

Topic 3B: Harden Directory Services

Topic 3C: Harden DHCP Servers

Topic 3D: Harden File and Print Servers

Lesson 4: Hardening Internetwork Devices and Services

Topic 4A: Harden Internetwork Connection Devices

Topic 4B: Harden DNS and BIND Servers

Topic 4C: Harden Web Servers

Topic 4D: Harden File Transfer Protocol (FTP) Servers

Topic 4E: Harden Network News Transfer Protocol (NNTP) Servers

Topic 4F: Harden Email Servers

Topic 4G: Harden Conferencing and Messaging Servers

Lesson 5: Securing Network Communications

Topic 5A: Protect Network Traffic with IP Security (IPSec)

Topic 5B: Secure Wireless Traffic

Topic 5C: Harden a Web Browser

Topic 5D: Secure the Remote Access Channel

Lesson 6: Managing Public Key Infrastructure (PKI)

Topic 6A: Install a Certificate Authority (CA) Hierarchy

Topic 6B: Harden a Certificate Authority

Topic 6C: Back Up a CA

Topic 6D: Restore a CA

Lesson 7: Managing Certificates

Topic 7A: Enroll Certificates

Topic 7B: Secure Network Traffic by Using Certificates

Topic 7C: Renew Certificates

Topic 7D: Revoke Certificates

Topic 7E: Back Up Certificates and Private Keys

Topic 7F: Restore Certificates and Private Keys

Lesson 8: Enforcing Organizational Security Policies

Topic 8A: Enforce Corporate Security Policy Compliance

Topic 8B: Enforce Legal Compliance

Topic 8C: Enforce Physical Security Compliance

Topic 8D: Educate Users

Lesson 9: Monitoring the Security Infrastructure

Topic 9A: Scan for Vulnerabilities

Topic 9B: Monitor for Intruders

Topic 9C: Set Up a Honeypot

Topic 9D: Respond to Security Incidents
 

Lesson 1: Security Fundamentals

Topic 1A: Security Building Blocks

Topic 1B: Authentication Methods

Topic 1C: Cryptography Fundamentals

Topic 1D: Security Policy Fundamentals

Lesson 2: Security Threats

Topic 2A: Social Engineering

Topic 2B: Software-Based Threats

Topic 2C: Hardware-Based Threats

Lesson 3: Hardening Internal Systems and Services

Topic 3A: Harden Operating Systems

Topic 3B: Harden Directory Services

Topic 3C: Harden DHCP Servers

Topic 3D: Harden File and Print Servers

Lesson 4: Hardening Internetwork Devices and Services

Topic 4A: Harden Internetwork Connection Devices

Topic 4B: Harden DNS and BIND Servers

Topic 4C: Harden Web Servers

Topic 4D: Harden File Transfer Protocol (FTP) Servers

Topic 4E: Harden Network News Transfer Protocol (NNTP) Servers

Topic 4F: Harden Email Servers

Topic 4G: Harden Conferencing and Messaging Servers

Lesson 5: Securing Network Communications

Topic 5A: Protect Network Traffic with IP Security (IPSec)

Topic 5B: Secure Wireless Traffic

Topic 5C: Harden a Web Browser

Topic 5D: Secure the Remote Access Channel

Lesson 6: Managing Public Key Infrastructure (PKI)

Topic 6A: Install a Certificate Authority (CA) Hierarchy

Topic 6B: Harden a Certificate Authority

Topic 6C: Back Up a CA

Topic 6D: Restore a CA

Lesson 7: Managing Certificates

Topic 7A: Enroll Certificates

Topic 7B: Secure Network Traffic by Using Certificates

Topic 7C: Renew Certificates

Topic 7D: Revoke Certificates

Topic 7E: Back Up Certificates and Private Keys

Topic 7F: Restore Certificates and Private Keys

Lesson 8: Enforcing Organizational Security Policies

Topic 8A: Enforce Corporate Security Policy Compliance

Topic 8B: Enforce Legal Compliance

Topic 8C: Enforce Physical Security Compliance

Topic 8D: Educate Users

Lesson 9: Monitoring the Security Infrastructure

Topic 9A: Scan for Vulnerabilities

Topic 9B: Monitor for Intruders

Topic 9C: Set Up a Honeypot

Topic 9D: Respond to Security Incidents

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