Best Practices in Network Security
Live Instructor-Led Classroom Training
Attaining a high level of network security is a matter of systematically implementing and maintaining the best security practices we can devise. This 2-day workshop trains participants in how to establish and maintain topnotch security in the face of ever more sophisticated threats.
Best Practices is presented as a combination of hands-on labs, demonstrations and lecture. Each unit has a full series of practical hands-on labs to reinforce the presented material. Labs include firewalls, use of authentication and encryption tools, implementing effective antivirus measures — and more — as noted in the following outline.
Attendees return to their jobs with a clear understanding of the security obstacles they face and armed with a powerful set of skills and tools to overcome them.
Who Should Attend
The user community at all levels, user support staff such as Help Desk personnel, new employees as part of their orientation, data security personnel, LAN and network administrators, network support technicians, security analysts, security supervisors and managers, information managers and communications managers.
Students attending the workshop should be comfortable with any current Windows operating system.
- Students learn why security has to be seen as a global process.
- Understand the role people play in the security package.
- Learn about firewall types, what they do, and where to place them.
- Explain intrusion detection principles and why they differ from firewalls.
- Discover what virtual private networks (VPNs) are, why they are so popular, and how to use them.
- Be able to compare and contrast authentication and encryption.
- Where encryption and authentication are best used to add security.
- How to detect and eradicate viruses and other malevolent code.
- Be able to use suppression software to minimize annoying spam, pop-up programs, and adware.
- Explain, practice and demonstrate sound web browser security practices.
A leader in live technical training since 1978
For many years New Instruction, LLC had been known as an innovative provider of training, consulting and software development services, and clients have often asked us to share our software quality methodologies with them. Those requests led to the development of our longest running workshop, "Testing and Quality Assurance Techniques", now in it's 11th edition.