|What to bring:
All necessary equipment will be provided, including pre-configured laptops, tools and utitlites.
This course will provide students with an understanding of current internal security issues within a ‘normal’ enterprise. Students will be given historical perspective detailing how the internal security posture of today was achieved, and what the most dangerous internal security threats are today in a normal enterprise are. Current methodologies for dealing with these threats will be addressed, as will some new ideas and new technologies.
Key Learning Objectives:
- Provide historical background on the development and maturation of security defenses and how that has impacted internal security
- List the most serious internal security threats currently facing the enterprise
- Describe some methods for mitigating risk associated with these security threats
Who Should Attend?
Network security technologists as well as network security managers who are responsible for increasing their internal security posture. Executives in information security; network managers
Course Length: 2 days
Cost: US $2000 before July 1, 2004 or US $2200 after July 1, 2004
NOTE: this is a two day course. A Certificate of Completion will be offered.
Derek Gabbard is the Technical Training Manager for Arbor Networks, Inc., where he is responsible for creating and teaching information and network security courses as well as Arbor product training. Before Arbor, Derek worked as a Member of the Technical Staff at the CERT Education and Training Center in the Software Engineering Institute at Carnegie Mellon University. He was responsible for the development and delivery of courses in information assurance and security and developed courseware in cryptography, secure remote access methods, firewalls, intrusion detection systems, securing network infrastructure, and concepts and trends in information security. Derek lives in Ann Arbor, MI with his peoples.