CND - Certified Network Defender
CND - Certified Network Defender Course Details:
EC-Council has reviewed the entire CND space as designated by the Department of Defense as IAT I, II, III and IAM I, II, III as well as the NICE Framework KSA’s as they relate to cyber defense and day-to-day cyber operations. With each of these considered, they built their exam blueprint, overall training scope, and got to work building the next certification we believe will be a game changer for cyber security professionals – Certified Network Defender.
The class is a professional level introduction to the cyber defense strategies needed in today's critical infrastructure.
This course includes one exam voucher for the CND - Certified Network Defender exam (312-38).
This Course Supports a DoD Approved 8570 Baseline Certification and meets: DoD Directive 8140 / 8570.01-M IT Training Requirements.
1. Computer Network Defense Fundamentals
2. Network Security Threats, Vulnerabilities, and Attacks
3. Network Security Controls, Protocols, and Perimeter Appliances
4. Secure Firewall Configuration, Deployment and Management
5. Secure IDS Configuration and Management
6. Secure VPN Configuration and Management
7. Designing a Secure Network
8. Network Traffic Signatures and Analysis
9. Monitoring and Securing Network Traffic
10. Network Vulnerability Scanning
11. Host/System Security
12. Physical Security
13. Designing and Implementation of Network Security Policies
14. Network Incident Response and Management
15. Network Backup and Disaster Recovery
16. Wireless Network Defense
*Please Note: Course Outline is subject to change without notice. Exact course outline will be provided at time of registration.
You should be well-versed in cyber security fundamentals.
- System administrators
- System engineers
- Firewall administrators
- Network managers
- IT managers
- IT professionals
- Anyone interested in network security technologies
- Managers who want to understand cyber security core principles and practices
- Operations personnel, who although do not have security as their primary job function, will need an understanding of cyber security core principles and practices