MTA 98-367: Security Fundamentals

NR Computer Learning Center (NRCLC) offers hands-on training to help students understand the Security Layers, OS Security, Network Security, Security Software. This course will also help students prepare for MTA 98-367 Certification exam.

Technology


Windows Server 2008

Topic

  • Understanding Security Layers
  • Understand core security principles.
  • confidentiality; integrity; availability
  • how threat and risk impact principles
  • principle of least privilege
  • social engineering
  • attack surface
  • Understand physical security
  • site security, computer security
  • removable devices and drives
  • access control
  • mobile device security
  • disable Log On Locally, keyloggers
  • Understand Internet security, browser settings
  • zones, secure Web sites
  • Understand wireless security.
  • Understand specific security types: keys; SSID; MAC filters
  • Understanding Operating System Security
  • Understand user authentication
  • multifactor, smart cards, RADIUS
  • Public Key Infrastucture (PKI)
  • understand the certificate chain
  • biometrics, Kerberos and time skew
  • using Run As to perform administrative tasks
  • password reset procedures
  • Understand permissions
  • file; share; registry
  • Active Directory
  • NTFS vs. FAT
  • enabling or disabling inheritance
  • moving or copying files within the same disk or on another disk
  • multiple groups with different permissions
  • basic permissions and advanced permissions take ownership, delegation
  • Understand password policies, password complexity, account lockout
  • password length, password history, time between password changes
  • enforce by using group policies, common attack methods
  • Understand audit policies, types of auditing
  • what can be audited, enabling auditing
  • what to audit for specific purposes
  • where to save audit information
  • how to secure audit information
  • Understand encryption, EFS
  • how EFS encrypted folders impact moving/copying files
  • BitLocker (To Go) vs TPM
  • software-based encryption
  • MAIL encryption and signing and other uses
  • VPN; public-key / private key; encryption algorithms
  • certificate properties; certificate services
  • PKI/certificate services infrastructure; token devices
  • Understand malware, buffer overflow; worms; Trojans;spyware
  • Understanding Network Security Understand dedicated firewalls
  • types of hardware firewalls and their characteristics
  • why to use a hardware firewall instead of a software firewall
  • SCMs and UTMs; stateful vs. stateless inspection
  • Understand Network Access Protection (NAP)
  • purpose of NAP; requirements for NAP
  • Understand network isolation, VLANs; routing
  • honeypot; perimeter networks; NAT; VPN; Ipsec
  • Server and Domain Isolation
  • Understand protocol security, protocol spoofing
  • IPSec; tunneling; DNSsec; network sniffing
  • common attack methods,
  • Understand Security Software
  • Understand client protection, antivirus
  • User Account Control (UAC)
  • keeping client operating system and software updated
  • encrypting offline folders; software restriction policies,
  • Understand e-mail protection
  • antispam; antivirus; spoofing, phishing, and pharming
  • client vs. server protection; SPF records
  • PTR records
  • Understand server protection.
  • separation of services
  • hardening
  • keeping server updated
  • secure dynamic DNS updates
  • disabling unsecure authentication protocols
  • Read-Only Domain Controllers; separate management VLAN
  • Microsoft Baseline Security Analyzer (MBSA)

Target Audience

  • Students who are interested in building the career in Security, Network Administration or System Administration
  • Student preparing for MTA Exam

The Training Includes

  • Classroom instruction
  • Hands-on workshops
  • Training Material
  • Quick Reference Guide

For more information

call 714-505-3475