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CompTIA Security+ SY0-501 Certification Online Training

  • 35 Hours

Igmguru's CompTIA Security+ SY0-501 Certification Training course is designed according to CompTIA SYO-501 Exam to make sure that candidate passes the exam in the first attempt. This certification is world-wide trusted to rectify the premises, vendor-neutral IT security knowledge, and expertise.

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Overview

This certification is world-wide trusted to rectify the premises, vendor-neutral IT security knowledge, and expertise. With the best specification in IT security, this training is comprised of all the necessary virtue for network security and risk management which makes it a necessary step to make a career in IT Security.

What is the target of this course?

You will get to learn about installing and configuring systems to secure applications, networks, and devices, perform threat analysis and to acknowledge appropriate mitigation techniques. This course helps you to engage in risk mitigation activities and control with the realization of relevant strategy, laws, and procedures.

When learners clear the certification exam successfully, then they can easily perform these tasks to assist the theory of confidentiality, integrity, and availability.

This CompTIA SECURITY+ SY0-501 CERTIFICATION TRAINING satisfies the ISO 17024 standard and is authorized by U.S. Department of Defence to meet Directive 8570.01-M conditions. When you get your Security+ then you have the CE designation needed in the DoD Directive 8570.01 manual automatically. And to move further you must obey with the CE program prerequisites of completing 50 CEUs in three years to maintain the licenses.

Security+ is also adaptable within the regulations of government under Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA).

Security Specialists, Administrators, and Managers within a year earn approx 85000 dollars. This survey was conducted by Bureau of Labor Statistics.

What is the objective of this course?

  • Realizing Risk recognition and reduction 
  • Provide operational, information, application and infrastructure level security
  •  Securing the network to maintain availability, integrity, and confidentiality of critical information
  •  Operate within a set of rules, policies, and regulations wherever applicable

For whom this course is most suitable?

This course is most suitable for the professionals who are Systems Administrator Network Administrator Security Administrator Junior IT Auditor/Penetration Tester

Modules

Lesson 1 - Implementing Security Configuration Parameters

  • 1.1 Implementing Security Configuration Parameters
  • 1.2 OSI Model
  • 1.3 Network Devices
  • 1.4 Switches, Router, Firewalls, Load Balancer
  • 1.5 Detection and Prevention Systems for a Network, Host-Based Intrusion Detection Systems

Lesson 2 - Explain types of Application Attacks

  • 2.1 Cross-Site Scripting, SQL, LDAP, and XML Injection, Directory Traversal, Buffer Overflow, and Integer Overflow
  • 2.2 Cookies and attachments, and Locally Shared Objects or Flash Cookies
  • 2.3 Malicious add-ons, Hijack Header manipulation, Remote Code Execution

Lesson 3 - Appropriate Type of Mitigation

  • 3.1 AnalyZing a Scenario and selecting the Appropriate Type of Mitigation
  • 3.2 Aspects and Techniques for Port Security, Methods to Maintain Security Posture, Audit Reports - Alarms, Alerts, and Trends, Detection Controls and Prevention Controls

Lesson 4 - Tools and Techniques to Discover Security Threats and Vulnerabilities

  • 4.1 Types of Tools used in Exploring the Vulnerabilities and Threats, Working of Port Scanners, Types of Assessment
  • 4.2 Different Assessment Techniques for Threats, Vulnerabilities, and Risk

Lesson 5 - Explaining the Proper Use of Penetration Testing vs Vulnerability Scanning

  • 5.1 Penetration Testing and its Characteristics, Characteristics and Considerations of Vulnerability Scanning
  • 5.2 Methods of Vulnerability Scanning, Types of Testing, Difference between Black, White, and Gray Box Testing

Lesson 6 - Importance of Application Security Controls and Techniques

  • 6.1 Fuzzing as Application Security Technique, Secure Coding Concepts for Application Security, Cross-site Scripting Prevention for Application Security
  • 6.2 Cross-site Request Forgery Prevention for Application Security, Configuration Baselining Hardening, Patching for Application Security, SQL Databases for Application Security

Lesson 7 - Summarizing Mobile Security Concepts and Technologies

  • 7.1 techniques and Controls for Device Security, Storage Segmentation
  • 7.2 Techniques and Controls to Implement for Application Security on Mobile Devices

Lesson 8 - Select the Appropriate Solution

  • 8.1 Host Operating System Security, Anti-Malware as Host Security Solution
  • 8.2 Whitelisting and Blacklisting Applications as Host Security Solution
  • 8.3 Host Software Baselining as Host Security Solution, Hardware Security as Host Security Solution, Virtualization as Host Security Solution

Lesson 9 - Alternative Methods to Mitigate Security Risks

  • 9.1 Compare and Contrast Alternative Methods to Mitigate Security Risks
  • 9.2 Data Security and its Measures, Data Encryption and its Features, Individual Files

Lesson 10 - Alternative Methods to Mitigate Security Risks in Static Environments

  • 10.1 Static Environment and its Example, Weak Examples of Static Environment, Examples of Static Environment, Methods of Security Management

Lesson 11 - Comparing and Contrasting the Function

  • 11.1 Compare and Contrast the Function and Purpose of Authentication Services
  • 11.2 TACACS PLUS and XTACACS Authentication Services

Lesson 12 - Selecting the AAA in a Scenario

  • 12.1 Selecting the Appropriate Authentication, Authorization or Access Control in a Given Scenario
  • 12.2 Difference Between Identification, Authentication and Authorization Across Various Networks or Systems
  • 12.3 Authentication Factors and Mechanisms

Lesson 13 - Installing and Configuring Security Controls

  • 13.1 Installing and Configuring Security Controls when Performing Account Management
  • 13.2 Mitigate Issues Associated with users with Multiple Accounts/Roles and/or Shared Accounts
  • 13.3 Enforce Different Account Policy Settings for Securing the Systems

Lesson 14 - Utilizing Cryptography

  • 14.1 Historical Methods of Cryptography
  • 14.2 Modern Concepts Of Symmetric And Asymmetric Cryptography
  • 14.3 Non Repudiation, Mechanisms, New And Future Cryptography

Lesson 15 - Using Appropriate Cryptographic Methods

  • 15.1 Symmetric Algorithms, DES Modes, Blowfish Algorithm, Issues in RC4-based WEP
  • 15.2 Asymmetric Algorithms, El Gamal Algorithm,Pretty Good Privacy, Comparing SHA Algorithms
  • 15.3 Transport Encryption Protocols, Cipher Suites, PSec for Virtual Private Networks

Lesson 16 - Explain types of Wireless Attacks

  • 16.1 Rogue Access Point, Jamming or Interference, and Evil Twin, War Driving, War Chalking, Bluejacking and Bluesnarfing
  • 16.2 WEP/WPA Attacks, Initialization Vector Attack, and WPS Attacks, Near Field Communication

Lesson 17 - Summarize Social Engineering Attacks

  • 17.1 Social Engineering and its Common Examples, Forms of Social Engineering Attacks
  • 17.2 Principles Followed to Increase Power or Strength

Lesson 18 - Use Secure Network Administration Principles

  • 18.1 Use Secure Network Administration Principles
  • 18.2 Access Control List and its Categories, Key Security Measures, VLAN Management
  • 18.3 Access Control List in depth, Port Security, Standards for Wireless Security Network
  • 18.4 Concepts of Implicit Deny, Network Separation, Log Analysis, and Unified Threat Management

Lesson 19 - Network Design Elements and Components

  • 19.1 Network Design Elements and Components, Network Design and Components
  • 19.2 Subnetting, Tunneling, Cloud Computing, Types of Cloud Services

Lesson 20 - Implementing Common Protocols and Services

  • 20.1 Basic Concepts of Protocols, Different Types of Protocols
  • 20.2 Secure Socket Layer and Transport layer Security, Secure Copy Protocol
  • 20.3 Transfer Protocol and its Different Types, Ports and their Supported Protocols

Lesson 21 - Troubleshoot security issues

  • 21.1 Wireless Networking, Troubleshoot Security Issues Related to Wireless Networking, WPA Personal, Antenna Placement and Power control

Lesson 22 - Introduction to importance of risk

  • 22.1 Introduction to Importance of Risk-Related Concepts, Control Types, Control Classes, Risk Management, Security Policy
  • 22.2 Importance of Reducing Risk, Single Loss Expectancy, Impact of Risk, Risk Reducing Concepts

Lesson 23 - Summarize the Security Implications

  • 23.1 Summarize the Security Implications of Integrating Systems and data with Third Parties
  • 23.2 Threats from a Third Party, Interoperability Agreements, Third Party Threats

Lesson 24 - Implementing Appropriate Risk Mitigation Strategies

  • 24.1 Risk Mitigation Strategies
  • 24.2 Implementing Appropriate Risk Mitigation Strategies, Identify Policies and Procedures to Prevent data Loss and Theft

Lesson 25 - Summarizing incident response procedures

  • 25.1 Common Incident Response Procedures, Recovery and Reconstitution Procedures

Lesson 26 - Importance of Security Related Awareness and Training

  • 26.1 Security Policy and Training Procedures, Role-Based Training, Classification Systems
  • 26.2 Data Labeling, User Habits, New Threats, Security Trends and Alerts

Lesson 27 - Compare and Contrast Physical Security and Environmental Controls

  • 27.1 Different Authentication Services Available for Networks
  • 27.2 Environmental Controls, Physical Security, Types of Physical Security Locks
  • 27.3 Fencing, General Security Measures, Alarms, Different Control Types

Lesson 28 - Summarizing Risk Management Best Practices

  • 28.1 Business Continuity Concepts, Critical Systems and Components, Business Continuity Planning and Testing
  • 28.2 IT Contingency Planning, Tabletop Exercises, Disaster Recovery Planning options

Lesson 29 - Select the Appropriate Control

  • 29.1 Select the Appropriate Control to Meet Goals of Security
  • 29.2 Techniques to Maintain Integrity of Data, Risk Management, Aspects of Security and Safety

Lesson 30 - Explain types of Malware

  • 30.1 Threats and Vulnerabilities, Malware and its Types
  • 30.2 Trojan, Countermeasures to Avoid or Terminate Malware

Lesson 31 - Summarize Various Types of Attacks

  • 31.1 Attacks and its Common Types, Replay, Spoofing, Spam and Spim, Phishing and its Different Forms
  • 31.2 Xmas Attack, Pharming, Privilege Escalation, Malicious Insider Threat, DNS and ARP Poisoning, Attack Types

Lesson 32 - Use appropriate PKI CM and AC

  • 32.1 Public Key Infrastructure
  • 32.2 Digital Certificate, rust Models, Manage Certificate Status

Exam Certification

How to become CompTIA Security+ 501 certified?

You have to clear the SY0-501 exam in order to be  CompTIA Security+ 501 certified. There are maximum 90 questions and the duration of the exam is 90 minutes. The least passing score is 750 with varied pricing as per your area.

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