Red Hat Enterprise Linux has gained considerable momentum as the operating system of choice for deploying network services such as web, ftp, email, and file sharing. In this intensive course, you'll learn to use the latest technologies to secure your services.
Designed for those with RHCE-level competency, RHS333 goes beyond the essential security coverage offered in the RHCE curriculum and delves deeper into the security features, capabilities, and risks associated with the most commonly deployed services. You'll gain the knowledge and skills to understand, prevent, detect, and properly respond to sophisticated security threats aimed at enterprise systems.
The course equips system administrators and security professionals with the knowledge and skills to harden computers against both internal and external attacks, providing in-depth analysis of the ever-changing threat models as they pertain to Red Hat Enterprise Linux. RH333 builds on the security skills developed in other Red Hat training courses so that administrators can design and implement an adequate security profile for critical enterprise systems.
Certification: This course prepares you for the Red Hat Enterprise Security: Network Services Expertise Exam (EX333), which is part of the RHCA and RHCSS certification programs.
1. The Threat Model and Protection Methods
- Internet threat model and the attacker's plan
- System security and service availability
- An overview of protection mechanisms
2. Basic Service Secur
- RH253 (Course 1235)
- RH300 (Course 1240), RHCE certification, or equivalent work
- Knowledge of the essential elements of how to configure the
services covered, as this course focuses on more advanc