Gain a global perspective of the challenges of designing a secure system in the Cybersecurity Foundations training course. With a combination of lecture, labs, and breakout discussion groups, you will learn about current threat trends across the Internet and their impact on organizational security, touching on all the cyber roles needed to provide a cohesive security solution.
This course includes:
- Examination of sample exploits
- Hands-on experience mitigating controls
- Work with live viruses, including botnets, worms, and trojans
- Certified instructor-led training
- In-person and online courses
- Catered Lunch, snacks & coffee and light breakfast foods daily
Date: June 24 — June 28, 2019
Time: 8:30 AM — 4:30 PM
Location: 650-1155 West Pender, Vancouver
Early Bird Deadline: May 24, 2019
Registration Deadline: June 6, 2019
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
- Network professionals looking to advance their knowledge and explore cybersecurity as a career path.
- Executives and managers looking to increase their ability to communicate with security professionals and implement a robust security solution at the organizational level.
- Individuals who wants to improve their understanding of cybersecurity fundamentals, including threats, mitigating controls, and organizational responsibilities.
- Current cyber threats and cybersecurity site references
- Government-mandated directives and compliance requirements
- Cyber roles required to successfully design secure systems
- The attack cycle perpetrated by malicious hackers
- Enterprise policy requirements
- Best strategies for securing the enterprise with layered defenses
- How security zones and detailed logging augment information assurance
- Forensic challenges and incident response planning
- Risk management process
- Goals achievable with auditing, scanning, and testing systems
- Industry recommendations for maintaining secure access control
- Standards-based cryptographic solutions for securing communications
- TCP/IP Networking or equivalent knowledge
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