From a threat landscape overview to applying defense-in-depth at the perimeter, network, endpoint, application, and data layers, this Infrastructure Security course covers it all. Network engineers, systems engineers, and security managers will walk away with a thorough understanding of how to apply these concepts to lock down their infrastructure.
Fundamental knowledge of networks and network security is required. Students should be familiar with basic network architecture concepts (LAN/WAN, VLAN, perimeter vs internal, etc.). Students should also have at least a basic understanding of security device functions (firewalls, IPS, IDS, proxy, etc.).
Who is this Course For?
Network, Systems, and Security Engineers, Architects, and Managers
By the end of this course, students should be able to:
- Identify common infrastructure vulnerabilities and mitigation techniques.
- Describe the layers of infrastructure security and components at each layer.
- Articulate the application of common security models across the enterprise.
Complete this entire course to earn a Infrastructure Security Certificate of Completion
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