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CompTIA Security +
CompTIA Security +



Course Description

MODES:Evening, Weekend, Fulltime, Part-time, Distance

COST (£):790

DURATION: 5 weeks


CompTIA Security+ Training introduces the candidate to Information Security concepts. Our Comptia Security+ Training is designed to prepare the candidate for the Comptia Security+ Exam. The training covers a large selection of topics including encryption, data backup and recovery, laws and regulations, viruses and malware.
Network Administrator, Information Security Specialist
CompTIA Security+ – SYS-101

Identifying Security Threats

– Identify Social Engineering Attacks
– Classify Software Attacks
– Identify Hardware Attacks
Hardening Internal Systems and Services
– Harden Base Operating Systems
– Harden Directory Services
– Harden DHCP Servers
– Harden Network File and Print Servers
Hardening Internetwork Devices and Services
– Harden Internetwork Connection Devices
– Harden DNS and BIND Servers
– Harden Web Servers
– Harden FTP Servers
– Harden Network News Transport Protocol (NNTP) Servers
– Harden Email Servers
– Harden Conferencing and Messaging Servers
Securing Network Communications
– Secure Network Traffic Using IP Security (IPSec)
– Secure Wireless Traffic
– Secure Client Internet Access
– Secure the Remote Access Channel
Managing Public Key Infrastructure (PKI)
– Install a Certificate Authority (CA) Hierarchy
– Harden a Certificate Authority
– Back Up Certificate Authorities
– Restore a Certificate Authority
Managing Certificates
– Enroll Certificates for Entities
– Secure Network Traffic Using Certificates
– Renew Certificates
– Revoke Certificates
– Back Up Certificates and Private Keys
– Restore Certificates and Private Keys
Enforcing Organizational Security Policy
– Enforce Corporate Security Policy Compliance
– Enforce Legal Compliance
– Enforce Physical Security Compliance
– Educate Users
Monitoring the Security Infrastructure
– Scan for Vulnerabilities
– Monitor for Intruders
– Set Up a Honey pot
– Respond to Security Incidents