Security+ Certification Prep


Security+ Certification Prep, Singapore SKillsFuture elarning online course

Course Description

Security+ Certification Prep
The Security+ Certification Prep Course readies students for CompTIA's S+ certification exam which is globally recognized for validating foundational, vendor-neutral IT security knowledge and skills. With top experts and an interactive, lab-filled enviornment, students gain essential knowledge of the principals for network security and risk management with competency in organizational security, system security, access control and network infrastructure. The S+ certification by CompTIA is an internationally recognized credential ensuring ground-level security proficiency as well as skills for organization and security professionals to provide information, infrastructure, application and operational security. This course prepares the student for the CompTIA S+ Certification Exam SYO-401.


Course Objectives

1. Security Fundamentals
2. Systems Threats and Risks
3. Protecting Systems
4. Network Defenses
5. Network Security
6. Wireless Network Security
7. Access Control Fundamentals
8. Authentication
9. Performing Vulnerability Assessments
10. Conducting Security Audits
11. Basic Cryptography
12. Applying Cryptography
13. Business Continuity
14. Security Polices and Training
15. Final Exam: Security Plus


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Content

Security Fundamentals

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Security Fundamentals

Introduction to Security Part 1

What is Information Security? Part 1

What is Information Security? Part 2

Understanding the Importance of Information Security Part 1

Understanding the Importance of Information Security Part 2

Understanding the Importance of Information Security Part 4

Attacks and Defenses

Information Security Careers and the Security+ Certification

Understanding the Importance of Information Security Part 3

Systems Threats and Risks

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Software-based Attacks Part 1

Software-based Attacks Part 2

Software-based Attacks Part 3

Software-based Attacks Part 4

Software-based Attacks Part 5

Hardware-based Attacks

Attacks on Virtual Systems Part 1

Attacks on Virtual Systems Part 2

Protecting Systems

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Protecting Systems Overview

Hardening the Operating System Part 1

Hardening the Operating System Part 2

Hardening the Operating System Part 3

Hardening the Operating System Part 4

Preventing Attacks that Target the Web Browser Part 1

Preventing Attacks that Target the Web Browser Part 2

Preventing Attacks that Target the Web Browser Part 3

Preventing Attacks that Target the Web Browser Part 4

Preventing Attacks that Target the Web Browser Part 5

Preventing Attacks that Target the Web Browser Part 6

Network Defenses

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Network Vulnerabilities Part 1

Network Vulnerabilities Part 2

Categories of Attacks Part 1

Categories of Attacks Part 2

Methods of Network Attacks Part 1

Methods of Network Attacks Part 2

Methods of Network Attacks Part 3

Other Attacks and Frauds

Network Security

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Crafting a Secure Network Part 1

Crafting a Secure Network Part 2

Crafting a Secure Network Part 3

Applying Network Security Devices Part 1

Applying Network Security Devices Part 2

Applying Network Security Devices Part 3

Applying Network Security Devices Part 4

Wireless Network Security

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IEEE 802.11 Wireless Security Protections Part 1

IEEE 802.11 Wireless Security Protections Part 2

Vulnerabilities of IEEE 802.11 Security

Personal Wireless Security

Enterprise Wireless Security

Access Control Fundamentals

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What is Access Control Part 1

What is Access Control Part 2

Logical Access Control Methods Part 1

Logical Access Control Methods Part 2

Physical Access Control Part 1

Physical Access Control Part 2

Authentication

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Definition of Authentication

Authentication Credentials Part 1

Authentication Credentials Part 2

Authentication Models

Authentication Servers

Extended Authentication Protocols (EAP)

Remote Authentication and Security

Performing Vulnerability Assessments

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Performing Vulnerability Assessments Part 1

Performing Vulnerability Assessments Part 2

Performing Vulnerability Assessments Part 3

Performing Vulnerability Assessments Part 4

Performing Vulnerability Assessments Part 5

Performing Vulnerability Assessments Part 6

Performing Vulnerability Assessments Part 7

Conducting Security Audits

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Privilege Auditing Part 1

Privilege Auditing Part 2

Usage Auditing

Monitoring Methodologies and Tools

Basic Cryptography

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Basic Cryptography Part 1

Basic Cryptography Part 2

Cryptographic Algorithms

Hashing Algorithms Part 1

Hashing Algorithms Part 2

Hashing Algorithms Part 3

Hashing Algorithms Part 4

Symmetric Cryptographic Algorithms Part 1

Symmetric Cryptographic Algorithms Part 2

Asymmetric Cryptographic Algorithms

Using Cryptography on Files and Disks

Applying Cryptography

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Digital Certificates Part 1

Digital Certificates Part 2

Digital Certificates Part 3

Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) Part 2

Key Management

Cryptographic Transport Protocols Part 1

Cryptographic Transport Protocols Part 2

Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) Part 1

Business Continuity

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Redundancy Planning Part 2

Disaster Recovery Procedures Part 1

Disaster Recovery Procedures Part 2

Incident Response Procedures

Environmental Controls Part 1

Environmental Controls Part 2

Redundancy Planning Part 1

Security Policies and Training

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Organizational Security Policies Part 1

Organizational Security Policies Part 2

Types of Security Policies Part 1

Types of Security Policies Part 2

Types of Security Policies Part 3

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