Time
2 hours 27 minutes
Difficulty
Intermediate
CEU/CPE
3

Video Transcription

00:00
welcome back to intermediate endpoint security course, and this lesson is a recap off the entire module that is talking about goals of endpoint security. So in this model, you have learned what are the goals of endpoint security, meaning protecting
00:19
hardware, protecting operating system, protecting programs, applications
00:24
and protecting users of end of course, protecting network from a PC that have been compromised. So this is very important thing, because that part is actually there to assure integrity of the network and to minimize the possibility off all these attacks. So if you're
00:44
if you if you are able to contain any kind of infection or malware on a single PC,
00:51
you can greatly reduce
00:53
any kind of damage that, ah, it does to entire company. Unless, of course, this
01:03
this malware is actually a back door. In that case, you have a problem because then somebody can browse to your network. But even there, if you have behavior announces on drug monitoring, you can also
01:18
protect yourself from whoever is using. The PC is backdoor
01:25
in doing a bigger damage to your company's network.
01:30
In next model, I'm going to talk about management in terms of endpoint security

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Intermediate Endpoint Security

In this course, students will learn the importance of endpoint security. The course will cover fundamentals of protecting hardware assets, operating systems, applications, and network devices.

Instructed By

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Milan Cetic
IT Security Consultant
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