Learn the high-level computer security concepts required for federal security training and gain an understanding of the various forms of security threats. Topics include current exploits, vulnerabilities, tools and risk management of wired and wireless technology. Review NAT, VLANs, and RAS, as well as encryption algorithms, concepts of cryptography, Public Key Infrastructure standards, protocols, and the Key Management/Certificate Lifecycle. Prerequisite: 63312 or equivalent experience.
NOTE: The textbook and one exam voucher are included in the cost of this class. The voucher may be requested up to six months after completing the course.