Overview

Domain 4 focuses specifically on the basic network and telecommunications concepts. This includes, but is not limited to: secure network architecture design ...

Course Content

Introduction

02:38
Part 01 - Intro

OSI

07:39
Part 02 - OSI Intro
08:23
Part 03 - Layer 1 Physical
10:27
Part 04 - Layer 2 Data Link Part I Media Access
05:18
Part 05 - Layer 2 Data Link Part II Switches
04:17
Part 06 - Layer 3 Network Routers VLANs Switches
05:08
Part 07 - Layer 3 Protocols and Attacks
08:08
Part 08 - Layer 4 Transport TCP and UDP
03:26
Part 09 - Layer 5 and 6 Session and Presentation
05:47
Part 10 - Layer 7 Application

TCP/IP Model

03:59
Part 11 - TCP IP Model and Review

Common Attacks

11:11
Part 12 - Common Attacks

Network Communications

14:14
Part 13 - Firewalls, Proxies and NAT
07:39
Part 14 - WAN
07:58
Part 15 - Wireless
05:55
Part 16 - Cloud Computing
01:05
Part 17 - Telecom Review
00:00
Communication & Network Security

Course Description

What does domain 4 of the CISSP exam cover? Domain 4 focuses specifically on the basic network and telecommunications concepts. This includes, but is not limited to: secure network architecture design, secure network components, network attacks and secure communication channels. Why do I need this certification? Individuals in network security roles typically specialize in one type of system maintenance and work for organizations with particularly valuable data. Entrance into this type of role or a promotion within your network security role often requires higher education supplemented by certifications. What will I learn? Network classes and ranges Media used for transmission The weaknesses of Network Topologies Key Topics: Tunneling OSI principles Get Certified in Communication and Network Security Today: As the electronic storage of sensitive data becomes more common, the network security field continues to grow. Communication between networks must not only occur, but occur securely. Network protocols are in place to outline the rules that direct network communications between the networked computers, and it is through these means that computers with different operating systems and software are able to communicate with each other. Individuals in network security roles typically specialize in one type of system maintenance and work for organizations with particularly valuable data, such as investment firms, insurance companies and government agencies. Entrance into this type often requires higher education supplemented by certifications. Domain 4 of the CISSP exam focuses specifically on the basic network and telecommunications concepts. This includes, but is not limited to: secure network architecture design, secure network components, network attacks and secure communication channels. Being that telecommunications itself is such a broad topic, the Communication and Network Security Micro Certification Course pulls the most important information for review. Topics span from network classes and their ranges, media used for transmission and weaknesses of Network Topologies. One important key concept, tunneling, is highlighted here, as well as a review of key OSI principles.

Instructed By

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Kelly Handerhan
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Course Components

On Demand Videos from industry leaders
Assessments to gauge understanding and comprehension

Certificate of Completion

Certificate Of Completion

Complete this course and earn a Communication & Network Security Certificate of Completion