Network Security Tutorial
About Network Security Tutorial:
Network Security Tutorial from us is a well designed by our experts. The ENSA certification program is structured to deliver fundamental skills needed to analyze the internal and external security threats against a network. Also to advance security policies that protect an organizations data. This help the learners to understand and learn how to evaluate network and internet security issues and designs and how to implement successful security policies and firewall strategies.
In addition, they will learn how to expose network and system vulnerabilities and protect against them. ENSA certification focus at the Network security in defensive view, while CEH certification focus at the security in offensive mode. This ENSA certification will assist you to learn completely about offensive and defensive security.
Why Learn Network Security Tutorial?
Become an ENSA certified to secure your network. Learn how to develop a security policy for companies. Get prepared yourself for EC council ENSA certification 312- 38 examination which is globally recognized. Kernel Training is authorized partner of EC council (International Council of Electronic Commerce Consultants), New Mexico. Kernel Training provides EC Council ENSA network security certification administrator training led by instructor.
Network Security Tutorial Details:
The EC council ENSA course is design to analyze internal as well as external security threats against a network. You will be in a position to develop security policies which help organization to protect their confidential information. After this EC council ENSA course candidates will have practical knowledge of how to deal with internet security issues. Candidates will have complete knowledge regarding firewall strategies. You will also know how to expose network vulnerabilities.
ENSA Tarining Target:
- Configure Firewalls and IDS systems.
- Develop effective security policy.
- Learn to configure AV and intrusion detection systems.
- Configure Anti-virus and network logs.
- Plan and implement network security.
- How to expose system and network vulnerabilities
- Analyze the internal and external security threats
- Evaluate network and Internet security issues.
ENSA Training Targeted Audience:
- System Administrators
- System Engineers
- Firewall Administrators
- Network Managers
- IT Managers
- IT Professionals
- Anyone who got interest in network security technologies.
ENSA Training Prerequisites:
This course is a prerequisite for the CEH Ethical hacking program.
ENSA exam Details:
- Exam Code: 312-38
- Number of questions: 50
- Test Duration: 2 Hours
- Passing score: 70%
- Test offered in Languages: English.
- Types of questions: multiple Choice types
- Test Delivery: Prometric Prime Online Web site and EC-Council Exam Portal
ENSA Training Format:
All sessions will be interactive and led by instructor. Once you got registered with us, we will provide you all the information related to EC council ENSA certification training. Candidates will be given access to LMS that is learning management system where you can find recorded sessions, ENSA interview questions and other useful stuff required to prepare for EC council ENSA certification.
ENSA Career Opportunities:
Employees with an ENSA Certification Salary Ranges by Job. You will get different opportunities after getting certified as ENSA such as – Information Security Manager, Senior Security Consultant, Security Analyst, Information Security Analyst & Security Manager, IT. The certified professionals will get the average handsome salary ranges from $85,000 to $120,000 which depends on the skills, experience and the area candidate employed in.
Kernel provides ENSA Network Security Administrator certification course certification letter at the end of the course; it’s a professional document work as a proof to show that a potential job candidate has completed a course and is eligible for a particular job. You will receive after the completion of EC council ENSA course. The certification consists of your grade/marks achieved according to the performance of the real-time live project you have done. The ENSA certification card will be labeled with course name, course duration along with a grade. You can have a complete assistance from kernel in finishing the project with help from our instructors. We are here to help you 24×7.
EC Council ENSA Course Curriculum:
Module: 1 – Fundamentals of Network
Goal set: In this module you need to understand about basics of network, Logical elements, DNS, Gateways, Type of network, OSI model, Network topologies and equipments.
Module: 2 – Network Protocols
Goal set: In this module you need to understand about Network protocols, Network classes, various layer such as data link Etc protocols.
Module: 3 – Protocol Analysis
Goal set: In this module you need to understand about TCP/IP, TCP algorithm, IP, IPv6 specification.
Module: 4 – IEEE standards
Goal set: In this module you need to understand about physical security, premises security, workplace security, EPS, Matrap.
Module: 5 – Network Security
Goal set: In this module you need to understand about Network security, security awareness, communication security, INFOSEC officer, transmission security and legal elements.
Module: 6 – Security Standards Organizations
Goal set: In this module you need to understand about Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN),International Organization for Standardization (ISO),Consultative Committee For Telephone and Tele-graphy (CCITT), International Telecommunication Union (ITU),American National Standards Institute(ANSI),Institute Of Electronics and Electrical Engineers(IEEE),Electronic Industries Association, National Center for Standards and Certification Information (NIST),World Wide Web Consortium (W3C),Web Application Security Consortium (WASC
Module: 7 – Security Standards
Goal set: In this module you need to understand about internet and cabling standards.
Module: 8 – Security Policy
Goal set: In this module you need to understand about security policy, key security elements, classification of security policy, national policy and guidance, managing ISSPs.
Module: 9 – Hardening Physical Security
Goal set: In this module you need to understand about IEEE LAN protocol specification, wireless networking standards, HiperLAN, HiperMAN.
Module: 10 – Network Security Threats
Goal set: In this module you need to understand about current statistics, Hackers classification,
Module: 11 – Intrusion Detection System (IDS) and Intrusion Prevention Systems (IPS)
Goal set: In this module you need to understand about IDS, IPS tool, types of IDS.
Module: 12 – Firewalls
Goal set: In this module you need to understand about firewalls and security features..
Module: 13 – Packet Filtering and Proxy Servers
Goal set: In this module you need to understand about application layer gateway, IP header, types of headers, flags, proxy servers.
Module: 14 – Bastion Host and Honey pots
Goal set: In this module you need to understand about Bastion Host and Honey pots
Module: 15 – Securing Modems
Goal set: In this module you need to understand about modems types, modem security, modem risks and attacks.
Module: 16 – Troubleshooting Network
Goal set: In this module you need to understand about troubleshooting, device manage, network adapters.
Module: 17 – Hardening Routers
Goal set:In this module you need to understand about routers, routing algorithms, IOS features, modes of operation, router commands.
Module: 18 – Hardening Operating Systems
Goal set: In this module you need to understand about BIOS security, resource access, rights vs permissions, AIS, windows, Linux, vista security.
Module: 19 – Patch Management
Goal set: In this module you need to understand about Patch Concept, Patch testing, Patch Management Process, Patch Management Tool, Q-chain.
Module: 20 – Log Analysis
Goal set: In this module you need to understand about Log Files, Log Analysis Tools, How to Secure Logs.
Module: 21 – Application Security
Goal set: In this module you need to understand about Web Applications, System Life Cycle Management and Telecommunications Systems.
Module: 22 – Web Security
Goal set: In this module you need to understand about Common Threats, IIS server, client-server side data, Browser Security, Common Gateway Interface.
Module: 23 – E-mail Security
Goal set: In this module you need to understand about Types of E-Mail, E-Mail Servers, Components of an Email, E-Mail Security Risks.
Module: 24 – Authentication: Encryption, Cryptography and Digital Signatures
Goal set: In this module you need to understand about Authentication, encryption, hashing algorithms, cryptography, digital certificates, Public and Private Key, digital signatures
Module: 25 – Virtual Private Networks
Goal set: In this module you need to understand about Types of VPN, VPN Security, VPN Policies.
Module: 26 – Wireless Network Security
Goal set: In this module you need to understand about Types of Wireless Networks, Wireless Technologies, Types of Wireless Attacks, WAP, DHCP Services.
Module: 27 – Creating Fault Tolerance
Goal set: In this module you need to understand about Network Security, Reasons for Network Failure, Preventive Measures, Practical tips, Peripherals, Privacy.
Module: 28 – Incident Response
Goal set: In this module you need to understand about what is an Incident, step by step procedure, incident response team.
Module: 29 – Disaster Recovery and Planning
Goal set: In this module you need to understand about Disaster and its types, Backup Site
Module: 30 – Network Vulnerability Assessment
Goal set: In this module you need to understand about Vulnerability Assessment, Vulnerability classes.
Our Lab is fully equipped with latest infrastructure with Power 6 and IBM X-series dual Xeon Based servers, EMC clarion, Netapp Unified Storage, Brocade FC switches, Cisco FC switches, Cisco L4 switch, and all the servers are integrated with SAN. All the servers are monitored by Nagios monitoring agent with the OTRS ticketing system.
All students will have an individual access to the servers through thin clients remotely. Students will be exposed to the real time scenarios through which they can get good exposure on the subject. To help the student in their practical sessions, ENSA training, there will be lab faculties available all the time.
- Resume Preparation
- Placement Assistance
From where our learners come from?
We provide online training at every corner of the world. We have trainers and students from different places, Some of the places from where, our learners and trainers come from are United Kingdom (UK), UAE, Saudi Arabia, Colombia, United States (USA), Italy, Singapore, Australia, Turkey, Bangladesh, Brazil, Indonesia, Canada, New York, Philippines, London, New Jersey, Delhi, Mexico, Malaysia, Ranchi, France, Pakistan, Egypt, Russia, Kenya, Ireland, China, Germany, India (Hyderabad, Bangalore, Chennai, Mumbai, Kolkata, Visakhapatnam, Patna, Ahmedabad, Nagpur, Pune, Mysore, Noida, Bhubaneswar Etc.).
EC Council ENSA Training Features:
Welcome, To EC Council ENSA training
How it Works?
- This is an online ENSA training with Instructor led live and Interactive Sessions. You will have access to ENSA Network security classes videos.
- This ENSA certification course contains Practical Work involving Practical Hands-on, Lab Assignments, and Real World Case Studies. This practical work can be done at your own pace. Learn hacking online by expert. Our trainer may assist you on EC council Network security practice test. You will have access to ENSA course videos.
- You will have access to 24×7 Technical Support. You can request for assistance for any problem you might face or for any clarifications you may require during the course. Take assistance of ENSA tutorials.
- At the end of the EC council Network security course, online you will have to work on a Project. You will receive a Grade and a Verifiable Certificate on the successful completion of this project.
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