The Ultimate Network Security Training Course: All In One
What you'll learn
- Introduction to Network Security
- Learning Types of Transmission
- Learning Networking Foundations
- Learning Network Services
- Understanding Wireless Networks
- Understanding Protocols
- Understanding Different Sizes of Networks
- Understanding Network Attacks
- Learning Open Systems Interconnection (OSL) Model
- Access to a computer with an internet connection.
Welcome to this course. While almost every country in the world has had to deal with hard economic times, one industry that has not been greatly affected by the downward economies is information security. Organizations and government agencies do not have a large enough pool of people with the necessary skill set to hire from, and the attacks against these entities are only increasing and becoming more critical. Security is a good business to be in, if you are truly knowledgeable, skilled, and disciplined.
Telecommunications and networking use various mechanisms, devices, software, and protocols that are interrelated and integrated. Networking is one of the more complex topics in the computer field, mainly because so many technologies are involved and are evolving. Our current technologies are constantly evolving, and every month there seems to be new “emerging” technologies that we have to learn, understand, implement, and secure. A network administrator must know how to configure networking software, protocols and services, and devices; deal with interoperability issues; install, configure, and interface with telecommunications software and devices; and troubleshoot effectively. A security professional must understand these issues and be able to analyze them a few levels deeper to recognize fully where vulnerabilities can arise within each of these components and then know what to do about them. This can be a challenging task. However, if you are knowledgeable, have a solid practical skill set, and are willing to continue to learn, you can have more career opportunities than you know what to do with.
In this course, you'll learn:
OSI and TCP/IP models
Protocol types and security issues
LAN, WAN, MAN, intranet, and extranet technologies
Cable types and data transmission types
Network devices and services
Content distribution networks
Convergent network technologies
Communications security management
Telecommunications devices and technologies
Remote connectivity technologies
Threats and attacks
Who this course is for:
- Anyone interested in Network Security
With 15+ years of overall engineering experience, I have found my passion in cyber security and software test automation. In the process Python has become my favorite tool to work with. I graduated with a MS degree in Mechanical Engineering from San Jose State University, and got into the IT field of cyber security and software test automation. I have as much passion for teaching as I do for learning. I hope to help students grow fast and advance in the field of cyber security and software testing automation.
I've worked my entire career around a passion for solving business problems with technology. As a result, I've fallen into many advanced consultative roles for various organizations. Specifically, I'm an expert in enhancing business operations through seamless communication between various technologies worldwide.
In addition I've spent much of my time pursuing my passions around photography and videography, including in a professional capacity.
I've become known for my unique ability to effectively communicate sometimes complex technical terms so management can provide competent leadership.