What about this course?
In this introductory course, we will walk you through basic security concepts that are meant to build a solid network security foundation and help you dive into more practical and advanced topics. We will start by helping you understand the meaning of Asset, Vulnerability, Threat, Risk, and Countermeasure terms. Then we will break down the CIA triad and show how it helps organizations develop sound security policies. We will also cover monitoring tools that assist in detecting events in real-time as well as cover concepts about common security zones. As we move forward, we will cover social engineering topics, network attacks, different kinds of malware found in today's networks, data loss, cryptography and hashing, and finally we will go over common network topologies seen in a LAN, CAN, WAN, DC, and SOHO.
Instructor for this course
CCNA Security CCNA Wireless CCNP R&S and CCDP
This course is composed by the following modules
Common Security Principles
Common Security Threats :: Part 1
Common Security Threats :: Part 2
Common Security Threats :: Part 3
Common Security Threats :: Part 4
Common Security Threats :: Part 5
Cryptography Concepts :: Part 1
Cryptography Concepts :: Part 2
Cryptography Concepts :: Part 3
Cryptography Concepts :: Part 4
Cryptography Concepts :: Part 5
Network Topologies :: Part 1
Network Topologies :: Part 2
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