The demand for new professional cybersecurity personnel is growing every year.
Experts predict 3,5M сybersecurity job openings by 2021.
CYBER0 NETWORK SECURITY TRAINING
The complexity of cyberthreats has evolved as cybercriminals weaponize data, ransomware increases, and security breaches impact operating expenses. The evolving security threats are difficult to anticipate without responsive, modern training.
Network Security is needed to prevent and monitor unauthorized access, modification, misuse, or denial of a computer network and network-accessible resources. As the internet evolves and computer networks become bigger and bigger, network security has emerged as one of the most important factors for companies to consider
As attacks become more complex, security expertise is needed before, during and after the attack.
COURSES - NEW SKILL IN A COUPLE OF MONTHS
AFTER THIS COURSE, YOU'LL BE ABLE TO:
Develop a network security policy, assess possible threats and effectively deal with them, gain skills to ensure the security of the network perimeter and network devices of all levels.
Gain experience with a modern network and learn how to use the latest technologies in the field of network security.
Work with AAA, Firewalls, VPN technologies
Personal certificate of successful completion
Opportunity to ask the trainer questions
Educational materials (Lectures, practical exercises, case studies)
Practical skills (Applied knowledge and skills to immediately use in your work)
WHAT WILL YOU RECEIVE?
Information security specialists
IT professionals who want to learn how to configure a Secure Network
Professionals who are starting a career in information security
WHO CAN BENEFIT FROM THIS COURSE?
The course runs a total of 80 hours and is divided into eight blocks (6 hours of theory and 4 hours of practice for each block) CYBER0 trainer is certified CCNA, CCNP, CCDA, CCDP specialist and has more than 10 years of experience in the field of information security.
Part 1. Introduction
Part 2. Data link layer
Part 3. Network layer
Part 4. Transport layer
Part 5. Application layer
Part 6. VPN
Part 7. Cisco devices management
Part 8. Types of network architectures
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