Fondamenti di Network Security

A Torino

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Via Matteo Pescatore 15, 10124, Torino, Italia
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Course Syllabus

Fundamentals of Network SecurityThis four-day instructor-led course provides students with the knowledge and skills to begin supporting network security within an organization. Students who complete this course will be able to identify security threats and vulnerabilities and assist with responding to and recovering from security incidents.

This course will cover security concepts that are prerequisites for attending other Microsoft Official Curriculum (MOC) courses for security specialists and help prepare the student for the CompTIA

Security+ exam. Although the course focuses on Microsoft product- and technology-specific implementation of security concepts, many of these same concepts can be applied to other technologies.


This course is designed for administrators who are responsible for the day-to-day administration of Microsoft® Windows® 2000. Students should have general knowledge of networking concepts and one or more years of experience managing

Windows 2000. Other IT professionals may also take this course on the path to becoming a security specialist.

At Course Completion

After completing this course, students will be able to:

§ Explain common attacks against network assets, the associated threats and vulnerabilities, and what network security personnel do to secure assets.

§ Explain how to use cryptography to secure information and how to choose an appropriate encryption method for an organization.

§ Implement secure computing baselines in an organization.

§ Secure information in an organization by using authentication and access control.

§ Deploy and manage certificates.

§ Secure data transmission by identifying threats to network devices and implementing security for common data transmission, remote access, and wireless network traffic.

§ Secure

Web servers against common attacks and configure security for Web browsers.

§ Protect e-mail messages and instant messaging from common security threats.

§ Identify common security threats and vulnerabilities to directory services and DNS, and then apply security methods to protect them.

§ Identify network perimeter threats and monitor perimeter security for a network.

§ Identify types of security policies to manage operational security, and then use these policies to ensure compliance by users in an organization.

§ Preserve business continuity by implementing a secure disaster recovery strategy, communicating risks to others, and performing secure backup and recovery.

§ Identify, respond to, and assist in the formal investigation of security incidents.


Before attending this course, students must have one year of experience managing Windows 2000 Server or have equivalent knowledge and skills, such as those described in MOC Course 2152, Implementing Microsoft Windows 2000

Professional and Server.

Module 1:

Preparing to Secure Information


§ Explaining How Assets AreAttacked

§ Explaining How Assets Are


Lab A: Preparing to

Secure Information

Module 2: Implementing Secure Computing



§ Introduction to TrustedComputing Bases

§ Establishing a SecureBaseline

§ Monitoring a Secure Baseline

§ Physically Securing Computers

§ Maintaining a Secure Baseline

Lab A: Maintaining Baseline SecurityModule 3: Securing Information Using

Authentication and Access Control


§ Introduction to AccessControl

§ Implementing anAuthentication Strategy

§ Implementing an Access

Control Strategy

Lab A: Securing Accounts (MBSA)

Module 4: Using Cryptography to Secure



§ Introduction to Cryptography

§ Using Symmetric Encryption

§ Using Hash Functions

§ Using Public Key Encryption

Lab A: Using Cryptography to Secure Information

Module 5: Using a PKI to Secure Information


§ Introduction to Certificates

§ Introduction to Public Key Infrastructure

§ Deploying and Managing


Lab A: Using Certificates

Module 6: Securing Internet Applications and



§ Securing Web Servers

§ Configuring Security forCommon Internet Protocols

§ Configuring Security for WebBrowsers

§ Configuring Security for


Lab A: Securing Web Servers

Lab B: Protecting Clients from Active Content

Module 7: Implementing Security for E-Mail and

Instant Messaging


§ Securing E-Mail Servers

§ Securing E-Mail Clients

§ Securing Instant Messaging

Lab A: Securing Mail Servers

Module 8: Managing Security for Directory

Services and DNS


§ Securing Directory ServicesAgainst Common Threats

§ Securing DNS Against Common


Lab A: Managing Security for Directory Services and DNS

Module 9: Securing Data Transmission


§ Identifying Threats toNetwork Devices

§ Implementing Security forCommon Data Transmission

§ Implementing Security forRemote Access

§ Implementing Security for

Wireless Network Traffic

Lab A: Securing Data Transmission

Lab B: Using IPSec to Secure Data Transmission

Module 10: Implementing and Monitoring

Security for Network Perimeters


§ Introduction to NetworkPerimeters

§ Implementing Security onInbound and Outbound Network Traffic

§ Monitoring Network Traffic

Lab A: Implementing and Monitoring Security for Network Perimeters

Module 11: Managing Operational SecurityLessons

§ Establishing SecurityPolicies and Procedures

§ Educating Users aboutSecurity Policies

§ Applying Security Policies toOperational Management

§ Resolving Ethical Dilemmas

When Securing Assets

Lab A: Managing Operational SecurityModule 12: Preserving Business Continuity


§ Preparing to Recover fromDisasters

§ Communicating the Impact ofRisks

§ Performing a Secure Backup and Recovery

Lab A: Preserving Business Continuity

Module 13: Responding to Security Incidents


§ Identifying SecurityIncidents

§ Responding to SecurityIncidents

§ Investigating Security


Lab A: Responding to Security Incidents

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