Infrastructure Security Certification Training Course Overview

Infrastructure security is the security providing to shield infrastructure, specifically critical infrastructure, such as airports, highways rail transport, hospitals, bridges, transport hubs, network communications, media, the electricity grid, dams, power plants, seaports, oil refineries, and water systems. Course Objectives: The first objective of any security policy would be to avoid the existence of damage to the target resource or system. Initial exposure is an important objective of any security policy. In fact, early detection helps in attaining other objectives of the security policy. It is essential to confirm that the amount of loss due to each accident or attack is mitigated. Once the system has met an accident or attack, the disaster recovery is an important objective to be achieved so that the normal operations can be restored as early as possible. It is essential to establish accountability for the damage to the system. Each security policy must aim at fixing accountable for existence of damage and a method of reward and punishment must be defined to promote observance to the secu­rity measures.

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Course Modules

Module 1: Security Fundamentals
  • The Information Security Cycle
  • Information Security Controls
  • Authentication Methods
  • Cryptography Fundamentals
  • Security Policy Fundamentals
Module 2: Security Threats and Vulnerabilities
  • Social Engineering
  • Physical Threats and Vulnerabilities
  • Network-Based Threats
  • Wireless Threats and Vulnerabilities
  • Software Based Threats
Module 3: Parameter Defense security systems
  • Introduction to Firewall
  • Firewall rules and policies
  • Router introduction
Module 4: Hardening and security of Router
  • Proxy server functioning
  • Security Concerns of Proxy
  • Case Study.
Module 5: Control and monitor Filter Configuration
  • Configure antivirus software for real time scanning at the gateway
Module 6: OS and Application Server Security System
  • OS Security
  • Linux and Windows System Hardening
  • Application Servers
  • Web Servers
  • Mail Server
Module 7: HOST Protection
  • User Access Policy
  • Patches, Hot Fixes for workstation
  • Antivirus
  • Backup for workstation
  • Logging and monitoring host
Module 8: Data and Information Protection
  • Data encryption
  • Data Storage practices
  • System best practices.
Module 9: Physical Security Controls
  • Mantrap
  • Biometric implementation
  • Logging
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Course Prerequisites

Info and skills corresponding of those tested for in the CompTIA A+ and Network+ certification exams

Network administrators, firewall administrators, system administrators, application developers, and IT security officers