Network and Information Security
October 11, 2019 - October 12, 2019
Friday - Saturday
8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Early Eagle Rate:
September 27, 2019
Network and Information Security is designed to provide network professionals and IT managers, with a broad view of the field of ethical hacking and information security. Basic concepts to be discussed will include the hacking process, developing an IT security plan and best practices it mitigating breaches in IT security in your company.
You are given hands-on exposure to ethical hacking tools, that enable you to gain the skills and knowledge necessary to understand the technical risks related to managing an information security program within an organization. Case studies and business examples will be included in this course to complement the conceptual coverage to provide real-world context.
Who should attend
Networking professionals, IT managers, and decision-makers that need and want to understand the security solutions that exist today.
After this course, you will:
- Identify your organization’s IT security needs;
- Develop an IT security plan, customized to the needs of your company;
- Plan, execute and harden your company’s IT security posture; and
- Hack targets of evaluation to gain insight on how hackers get in and out of your systems.
- Introduction to Information Security
- Introduction to Ethical Hacking and how it differs from “hacking”
- Top Trends in Information Security
- The Hacking Process (Kali Linux is part of the tool-set of the course)
- Gathering Information
- Find information about people
- Profile websites
- Retrieve lost information from websites
- Email Tracking
- Gaining Access
- Google Hacking
- Hacking Passwords
- Credit Card Fraud
- Identity Theft
- Web attacks
- DOS and DDOS
- Corporate Espionage
- WiFi Hacking and Wire-chalking
- Social Engineering
- Clearing Tracks
- How not to get caught
- Create Fake Identities
- Stay anonymous in the Web
- Mitigation Techniques
- Consultation. Developing your IT Security Plan. (Templates will be provided)
Note: The course does not guarantee proficiency in the tools demonstrated in two days. It guarantees awareness of the hacking techniques and the knowledge of how to prevent such from happening.
Mr. Chino Antonio S. Rodriguez
is a Product Consultant at Danateq Philippines, Inc. Prior to this, he was the Manager of the Computing Services Group, Information Technology Resource Management Office, of the Ateneo de Manila University.