Network Design Training for Intrusion Protection

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Enhance your network security expertise with our Network Design Training for Intrusion Protection course. Learn about intrusion detection systems, network architectures, and defense strategies. Understand the types of threats and how to prevent them using a layered and proactive approach. Gain the knowledge to design robust and secure networks.

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The Network Design Training for Intrusion Protection course provides a comprehensive exploration of designing secure networks with a focus on intrusion detection and prevention. In today's interconnected world, identifying unauthorized use, misuse, and attacks on information systems is crucial for safeguarding sensitive data and maintaining the integrity of network infrastructures.

We will begin by delving into the fundamentals of intrusion detection. Gain a clear understanding of intrusion detection systems (IDS), which are devices or software applications that monitor networks or systems for malicious activities or policy violations. Explore their role in detecting and responding to threats effectively.

To build a solid foundation, we will explore network architectures and security zones. Understand the distinctions between the Internet and intranets, as well as public and private security zones. Dive into firewalls and their various types, including their functions and mechanisms for protecting networks from unauthorized access.

Next, we will define different types of networks, such as flat networks, public internet, VLANs, SD-WAN, MPLS, and leased lines. Understand their characteristics and security implications to design networks that align with specific organizational requirements.

It is crucial to have effective reporting and management systems in place to handle incidents and track malicious activities. Learn about security information and event management (SIEM) systems, which consolidate outputs from multiple sources and employ alarm filtering techniques to distinguish between genuine threats and false alarms. Gain insights into their role in centralizing security monitoring and response.

In this course, we will also shed light on the various types of threats organizations face. Explore the motivations and behaviors of bad actors, including botnets, crime gangs, nation-states, hacktivists, and script kiddies. Understand their tactics and techniques to better prepare your network defenses.

To establish a robust network security posture, we will delve into the concept of defense in depth. Explore the layered approach to network security, combining multiple security measures to protect against various attack vectors. Gain insights into the principles and best practices of defense in depth, and learn how to implement a proactive and preventive approach to network security.

By enrolling in our Network Design Training for Intrusion Protection course, you will acquire the knowledge and skills to design secure networks that can withstand emerging threats. Stay one step ahead of malicious actors and ensure the protection of your critical assets.

Enroll now and strengthen your expertise in network security and intrusion protection.

Use the grid below to determine which states have CEU approval for this course, along with how many credit hours it has, and any other special instructions.

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North Carolina1This course is approved for 1.00 hours of continuing education by the North Carolina ASLB. If you will be taking this course for CEUs in North Carolina, you must notify us and provide your license number and company name so we may submit the appropriate documentation. Please email or call 502-254-1590.

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