CompTIA Security+ 2008: Ports, Protocols, and Network Security
This course is included in our On-demand training solution.
Internetwork communications are the foundation of the modern Internet. Selecting the correct devices, properly configuring those devices, and placing them in the correct locations both within and outside a network to defend against attack is a task every network administrator faces on a daily basis. This course discusses, TCP/IP configuration and attack defences, network devices selection and proper placement, and securing the networking environment. This course is one of a series in the SkillSoft learning path that covers the objectives for the CompTIA Security+ (2008 Edition) certification exam.
Organizations involved in IT services or training that need to have personnel qualified for onwards delivery of IT support or training; businesses that will need up-to-date Security+ training for their own internal networking support purposes; individuals who are personally interested in establishing credentials for the benefit of their own career prospects.
Although not a prerequisite, it is recommended that CompTIA Security+ candidates have at least two years on-the-job networking experience with an emphasis on security. The CompTIA Network+ certification is also recommended.
Protocol-based Attacks I
Protocol-based Attacks II
Defending against Protocol Attacks
The OSI Reference Model and Networking Devices
Firewalls and Device Security
Defending against Protocol-based Attacks and Device Attacks
Secure Network Topology
Browser-related Network Security and Virtualization
Setting Browser-related Security