This five day hands-on and lecture course teaches skills and practices for defending networks and systems from cyber attacks. This course allows participants to understand what a cyber attack looks like by examining attack tools and techniques. Then the class teaches tools and techniques needed to combat the attacks.
This course is designed to show network administrators, system administrators and those that have their hands on the network on a regular basis how to defend their networks. A virtual infrastructure will be developed, and participants will be responsible for hardening their systems before and while attacks are occurring. Participants will look at access logs and networking tools to determine what happened to their systems and what type of response is necessary, if any.
Who Should Attend?
Participants with work experience in general Information Technology and a familiarity with networking (TCP/IP, protocols, ports, wireless, etc.) and system administration (operating systems, user accounts, etc.).
Participants should have experience with Windows and Unix/Linux operating systems and knowledge of TCP/IP and networking.
The next course will be February 23 - 27, 2015. The course meets from 8:30 am to 3:30 pm with an hour break for lunch.
Provided Materials / Facilities
All training materials including Participant Manual and handouts will be provided.
Courses are held in the North Paseo building at the main campus, room 3.120.
Please have a valid credit card ready as you will be providing payment during the registration process.
If this time frame does not work for you, please consider the course happening June 29 - July 3, 2015
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