Information Technology

Security: Malware, Networks and More (2 Days) - Virtual or In-person


Do you need to learn how to protect your network or operating systems from attack? How do you secure documents and more from prying eyes and fingers? In this world fraught with security threats, the need for skilled and knowledgeable information security professionals has never been greater. This 2-day class concentrates on network security covering wired and wireless as well as different ways to secure them. The class experience helps to identify and teaches skills necessary to support today’s varied IT environments.

In addition, you will learn to use Windows Access Controls to lock down objects in a Windows environment though these principals will be useful using any operating system.

This class covers objectives in both the Security+ and GSEC exams. This is the recommended 1st course in the Information Security Certificate.

    Performance Objectives: Upon completion of this course you should be able to:

    • Describe and understand the basics of network communication
    • Define the difference between the OSI stack and the TCP/IP stack
    • Secure both wired and wireless networks
    • Implement Defense in Depth and Principle of Least Privilege
    • Describe modern information warfare and its effects
    • Use cryptography to secure network communication
    • Understand the role of firewalls, honeypots and honeynets
    • Utilize network intrusion detection to monitor and react to attacks
    • Utilize Windows Kerberos and NTLM authentication
    • Set access controls on Windows objects
    • Monitor and audit Windows access controls

    Competencies covered in this course: Security in networks and control in lockdown

    Intended Audience: Any computer technology professionals needing IT security skillset. Candidates needing help preparing for Security + or GSEC exams.

    Recommended Pre-requisite:To be successful in this course, you should be familiar with using personal computers, the mouse and keyboard. You should be able to use Windows to launch and close programs; navigate to information stored on the computer; and manage files and folders. Windows Experience is helpful in this course. This is the recommended 1st course in the Information Security Certificate.

    Virtually Led Trainings: If you’re registering for a virtual training, the classroom link and materials will be sent to you separately within 1-2 business days before the scheduled class date.

    Scheduled Class Location and Dates
    City / Facility Date and Time Course Cost Cancel Date Instructor
    1 Virtual

    Virtual Training
    • Jun 21 2021 8:00am-4:30pm
    • Jun 22 2021 8:00am-4:30pm
    $650.00 Wed, 06/02/2021 - 17:00 Jim Parshall