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This is a bundled training package. It contains training for each of the bundled items below:

Course Price
CompTIA Security+ 2011: Control Fundamentals and Security Threats $74.95
CompTIA Security+ 2011: Network Protocols, Attacks, and Defenses $74.95
CompTIA Security+ 2011: Securing Networks and Performing Security Assessments $74.95
CompTIA Security+ 2011: Network and System Security Mechanisms $74.95
CompTIA Security+ 2011: Remote Access and Wireless Security $74.95

Bundle Price: $199.00
Total Savings: $175.75


CompTIA Security+ 2011: Control Fundamentals and Security Threats

Understanding the types of threats that exist in an IT infrastructure is incredibly important when you are attempting to control access to network assets and secure an internetwork environment. This course examines control types, authentication, authorization, and access control strategies, along with the various types of malware, social engineering and spam/phishing attacks that a network can face. This course helps prepares the learner to write the CompTIA Security+ Certification SYO-301.
  • differentiate between the security control types
  • recognize the principles of availability, integrity, and confidentiality
  • describe the main processes of an access control system
  • analyze an information security program
  • classify the types of malware
  • recognize how to defend against malware
  • differentiate between the types of local social engineering attacks
  • recognize the main motivations of malicious insiders
  • distinguish between the types of remote social engineering techniques
  • make recommendations for improving an information security program, in a given scenario

CompTIA Security+ 2011: Network Protocols, Attacks, and Defenses

Network security professionals must have a firm understanding of the transport mechanisms and attacks faced by traffic entering and exiting a network environment. This course examines the TCP/IP protocol suite, the OSI model, and the different protocols that operate within the layers of these models. This course also examines various attacks that protocols and ports can face, along with the tools that can be used to detect these attacks. This course helps prepares the learner to write the CompTIA Security+ Certification SYO-301.
  • describe various network topologies
  • distinguish between TCP and UDP
  • recognize the key features of UDP
  • recognize the most common TCP and UDP ports
  • compare network topologies
  • recognize the most common UDP and TCP ports
  • differentiate between network attacks
  • differentiate between the three main frameworks for NAC
  • identify the best practices for port security
  • recognize when to use a port scanner as part of a vulnerability assessment
  • recognize when to use a sniffer as part of a vulnerability assessment
  • recommend a strategy for deterring network attacks, in a given scenario

CompTIA Security+ 2011: Securing Networks and Performing Security Assessments

Security professionals must be able to create secure networking environments using appropriate tools and techniques while also being able to test existing network environments for security weaknesses. This course examines the use of routers and switches to create a secure environment, while also looking at how techniques such as creating subnets, DMZs, and VLANs can be used to secure an environment. This course also examines security assessment techniques and how penetration testing, vulnerability scanning tools, and honeypots can be used to find holes in network security. This course helps prepares the learner to write the CompTIA Security+ Certification SYO-301.
  • recognize the guidelines for securing switches
  • recognize the guidelines for securing routers
  • recognize key elements of a secure network topology
  • apply the guidelines for securing routers and switches
  • apply the guidelines for segmenting a network
  • recognize how to perform a vulnerability assessment
  • recognize the considerations for planning a penetration test
  • recognize best practice for performing a penetration test
  • recognize key tools for use in security assessments
  • plan and implement an information security assessment, in a given scenario

CompTIA Security+ 2011: Network and System Security Mechanisms

Security professionals must understand the hardware and software mechanisms that can be used to secure a network environment. This course examines the different types of firewalls, NIDS and NIPS, proxy servers, all-in-one security appliances, and other mechanisms that can be put in place to make a network environment secure. This course also discusses mitigation and deterrent techniques, security log analysis, and methods to secure DHCP and DNS servers. This course helps prepares the learner to write the CompTIA Security+ Certification SYO-301.
  • recognize how different types of firewalls work
  • recognize how to work with incident response-based Intrusion Detection Systems
  • recognize the functions of host-based and network-based Intrusion Detection Systems
  • recognize the functions of an Intrusion Prevention System
  • recognize how security mechanisms can be used to secure host and network devices
  • recognize which security devices and technologies to deploy as network defense in a given scenario
  • recognize key methods for mitigating and deterring network attacks
  • recognize the security considerations for network management software and protocols
  • recognize how to implement system analysis and security controls

CompTIA Security+ 2011: Remote Access and Wireless Security

Security professionals are increasingly being made responsible for securing remote and wireless environments. This course examines different remote access strategies and technologies such as PPP, VPNs, PPTP, L2TP, IPsec, RADIUS, and TACACS. This course also examines wireless security mechanisms such as WEP, WPA, CCMP, EAP, PEAP, LEAP, MAC filters, SSID broadcast, and antenna placement and the attacks they are designed to fend off. This course helps prepares the learner to write the CompTIA Security+ Certification SYO-301.
  • recognize the security considerations for remote access devices
  • recognize the features and vulnerabilities of remote connection protocols
  • recognize how to secure remote access
  • recognize how to improve the security of a remote access infrastructure
  • recognize how to defend against various types of wireless network attacks
  • describe the most secure wireless encryption technology
  • differentiate between wireless authentication methods
  • identify the guidelines for securing a wireless network
  • recognize how to secure a wireless network
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CompTIA Security+ 2011 Part 1 e-learning bundle
  • Course ID:
    252699
  • Duration:
    9 hours
  • Price:
    $199