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Network Security Training Centers, Institutes & Training Course Classes in Shakarpur- Listings as of May 28, 2018.

As on May 28, 2018, We have total of 3 Network Security training institutes in and around also near to Shakarpur area in Delhi-NCR with best training centers, institute address, Phone numbers, course fee, working hours and student reviews listed.

 

 

training institutes Delhi Institute of Computer Courses
Delhi-NCR - Lajpat Nagar II
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Address: 2nd Floor,D-13, A, Central Market, Lajpat Nagar 2ND South Delhi, Chabra Complex, veer Savarkar Block Shakarpur, Delhi 110092 Lajpat Nagar II Delhi-NCR-110024

Delhi Institute of Computer Courses (DICC) was founded in 2009 with an aim to provide high-quality education to its students.Our goal is to provide standard, professional and practical training. Delhi Institute of Computer Courses provides best Network Security Training, Network Security Training classes & Realtime Training Lajpat Nagar II.
 
training institutes i3indya Technologies
Delhi-NCR - Preet Vihar
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Address: G-85, Vikas Marg, Preet Vihar, Delhi - 110092 google map of 5687

i3indya Technologies provides best Network Security Training, Network Security Training classes & Realtime Training Preet Vihar.
 
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Network Security course Content / syllabus at shakarpur, delhi-ncr.

We gathered most widely used Network Security course content used by training institutes in shakarpur,delhi-ncr. The Network Security course syllabus covers basic to advanced level and it may vary based on Network Security training classes offered in shakarpur.

 

I.Building a Secure Organization
A.Real threats that impact cybersecurity
1.Hackers inside and out
2.Eavesdropping
3.Spoofing
4.Sniffing
5.Trojan horses
6.Viruses
7.Wiretaps
B.A cyber security policy: the foundation of your protection
1.Defining your information assurance objectives
2.Assessing your exposure
II.A Cryptography Primer
A.Securing data with symmetric encryption
1.Choosing your algorithm: DES, AES, Rc4 and others
2.Assessing key length and key distribution
B.Solving key distribution issues with asymmetric encryption
1.Generating keys
2.Encrypting with RSA
3.PGP and GnuPG
4.Evaluating Web of Trust and PKI
C.Ensuring integrity with hashes
1.Hashing with Md5 and SHA
2.Protecting data in transit
3.Building the digital signature
III.Verifying User and Host Identity
A.Assessing traditional static password schemes
1.Creating a good quality password policy to prevent password guessing and cracking
2.Protecting against social engineering attacks
3.Encrypting passwords to mitigate the impact of password sniffing
B.Evaluating strong authentication methods
1.Preventing password replay using one-time and tokenized passwords
2.Employing biometrics as part of multi-factor authentication
C.Authenticating hosts
1.Distrusting IP addresses
2.Address-spoofing issues and countermeasures
3.Solutions for wireless networks
IV.Preventing System Intrusions
A.Discovering system vulnerabilities
1.Searching for operating system vulnerabilities
2.Discovering file permission issues
3.Limiting access via physical security
B.Encrypting files for confidentiality
1.Encryption with application-specific tools
2.Recovering encrypted data
C.Hardening the operating system
1.Locking down user accounts
2.Securing administrators permissions
3.Protecting against viruses
V.Guarding Against Network Intrusions
A.Scanning for vulnerabilities
1.Searching for rogue servers
2.Profiling systems and services
B.Reducing Denial of Service (DoS) attacks
1.Securing DNS
2.Limiting the impact of common attacks
C.Deploying firewalls to control network traffic
1.Preventing intrusions with filters
2.Implementing cyber security policy
3.Deploying personal firewalls
D.Protecting web services and applications
1.Validating user input
2.Controlling information leakage
VI.Ensuring Network Confidentiality
A.Threats from the LAN
1.Sniffing the network
2.Mitigating threats from connected hosts
3.Partitioning the network to prevent data leakage
4.Identifying wireless LAN vulnerabilities
B.Confidentiality on external connections
1.Ensuring confidentiality with encryption
2.Securing communication with IPSec

 

 

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