“Very detailed and thorough explanation of essential security points on network.”
-Holly Palmer, Network Administrator, Milliman Care Guidelines
In this intensive three-day seminar you will review the basic operating characteristics and risks associated with LANs, WANs, client/server and other forms of networking and distributed computing architectures. You will survey best practices for securing and auditing network applications, interconnection devices, and remote access and perimeter security services. You will also map and organize the use of built-in and add-on tools to security policy and audit requirements to determine the essential topics that must be addressed in compliance and risk management, security administration standards and procedures, and audit programs. You will receive security and audit checklists at the end of each control-related section. (Note: This seminar covers the topics found in Chapters 4 and 5 of the CISA Review Manual.)
Prerequisite: IT Auditing and Controls (ITG101) or equivalent experience.
Advance Preparation: None Learning Level: Intermediate
Delivery Method: Group-Live Field: Computer Science
Bonus: You will receive the MIS Swiss Army Knife Reference, listing hundreds of valuable information security and audit resources, including free software security and audit tools.