Operating System and File Security Issues

This course is included in our On-demand training solution.

Overview

To describe operating system and file security issues

Target Audience

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

Prerequisites

A good knowledge of networking and internetworking, including a detailed knowledge of the OSI model and the TCP/IP protocol suite

Expected Duration

255 min.

Course Objectives

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.
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