Areas of Discussion
Security Fundamentals - The basics to security requires an understanding of the CIA Triad and how it correlates to building a secure architect. Administrative security best practices and legal aspects of security is introduced to building the learning foundation of Cyber Security.
• General Security Concepts
• Organizational Security and Risk Management
• Legal Issues, Privacy, and Ethics
Cryptography and Applications - The concept of encrypting data requires an understanding of key exchange technologies and standards to secure information through channels without compromising data.
• Public Key Infrastructure
• Standards and Protocols
Network Security - Security functions within the OSI Model and provide different support to secure applications and data. The
use of infrastructure devices such as routers, switches, and hubs and introduced to learn how data flows, and the impact of protocols and IP addressing for access control.
• Physical Security
• Infrastructure Security
• Authentication and Remote Access
• Wireless Security
Security Threats and Vulnerabilities - The transfer of data through the Internet can be compromised and cause intrusions to occur. To protect data, email and web applications security has to be monitored to prevent attacks from occurring.
• Intrusion Detection Systems
• Security Baselines
• Types of Attacks and Malicious Software
• E-Mail and Instant Messaging
• Web Components
Compliance and Operational Security - An organization has to introduce a process that will help manage configuration changes and protect assets based on privilege agreements. Daily operations can suffer loss of critical data when an emergency occurs and contingency operations fail.
• Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity
• Risk Management
• Change Management
• Privilege Management
• Computer Forensics
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