Operating System and File Security Issues
This course is included in our On-demand training solution.
To describe operating system and file security issues
Network administrators, firewall administrators, system administrators, application developers, and IT security officers
A good knowledge of networking and internetworking, including a detailed knowledge of the OSI model and the TCP/IP protocol suite
Operating System and File Security Issues describe Windows NT and Windows 2000 security issues. describe UNIX security issues. identify the threats to system security, both intentional and unintentional. run a security scan on a networked workstation. outline the main components of OS security. explain changes that can be made to an OS to make it more secure. discuss Windows 2000 Registry security. perform tasks to improve the security of the Windows OS. describe file system and share security in Windows 2000. describe different methods of securing accounts in Windows. describe different methods of securing accounts in UNIX. discuss the security implications of creating and maintaining groups or users. implement auditing and specify password policies in Windows.