Global Knowledge Offers Defending Microsoft Windows Networks Advanced Security Course

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<strong>Cary, N.C. &mdash; April 22</strong><br />Global Knowledge, an IT and business training provider, announced the launch of its new Defending Windows Networks training course, a five-day advanced Microsoft training class that teaches students how to protect a Windows Server Network from security threats. The course is designed for IT professionals who are responsible for system and network security administration, including security analysts and network designers.<br /><br />Students will get an introduction to the concepts and processes needed to protect against attacks on a Windows Network, examine how attacks can compromise a Windows Server Network Infrastructure and learn how to lock down their network. The class covers Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2008, Windows XP and Windows Vista. Students will learn about:<br /><br />&bull; Concepts and processes behind hacking.<br />&bull; Prevalent security threats.<br />&bull; How to protect and defend against security threats.<br />&bull; Ways to proactively leverage security policies.<br />&bull; Using Windows Server 2008 and Vista to secure a Windows Network Infrastructure.<br /><br />The instructor will guide students through 15 hands-on labs that will help them become familiar with the following:<br /><br />&bull; Designing Security Policy and Hacking Tools.<br />&bull; Network Scanning and Footprinting.<br />&bull; Sniffers and Network Monitoring.<br />&bull; Password Cracking and Account Discovery.<br />&bull; Gaining Control with a Trojan Horse.<br />&bull; Using Metasploit.<br />&bull; Cracking WEP with Aircrack.<br />&bull; Using SSL to Secure E-mail.<br />&bull; EFS and BitLocker.<br /><br />This course is available in our classrooms, in a virtual format, or as a private, on-site course that can be tailored to the needs of your organization. <br />

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