Certified Network Security Professional

Introduction

The CNSP certification will provide the fundamental knowledge needed by the network security practitioners to analyze risks to information systems, and implement workable security policies and procedures to protect an organization's assets from potential intrusion, damage or theft. This course enables an individual to achieve the level of proficiency, expertise in skill sets and knowledge required by the industry for the security audit of organizations networking and IT Infrastructures. Understanding and implementing network security practices, as imparted in this course, is also an essential part of being a good network or security administrator.A CNSP certification puts one head and shoulders above others in this domain.

Prerequisites

  • This course works to explain many of the foundational topics in Information security but a knowledge and experience of information technology skills prior to the class will be very beneficial for your learning.
  • Basic understanding of networking: TCP/IP, Routing, Basic understanding of I.T. Security, Intermediate understanding of the Linux operating system.

Who should attend?

  • Penetration Testers

  • IT Security Professionals

  • System Administrators

  • Network Administrators

  • Security Enthusiasts

Day 1

  • 1

    Network Security Fundamentals

    1 hour
  • 2

    Network Models

    2 hours
  • 3

    Network Protocols

    4 hours

Day 2

  • 1

    Vulnerabilities

    3 hours
  • 2

    Attacks

    3 hours
  • 2

    Secure Network Design

    2 hours

Day 3

  • 1

    Perimeter Appliances

    2.5 hours
  • 2

    Firewall configuration

    2.5 hours
  • 3

    Cryptography

    3 hours

What you will learn

  • Close the gap between Network attack and defense
  • Teaches defense which is valuable for both the defense team and offense team
  • Full practical setup guides
  • Configuration features to control, identify and prevent threats
  • Secure network design concepts and configuration of network appliances
  • Configure secure remote access with practical examples
  • Windows configuration policies, domains, AD and much more