Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) Video Course

Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) Video Course

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Comprehensive CEH coverage in vibrant video lets you learn from the expert as you watch classroom instruction and real-world scenarios!



In-depth CEH classroom instruction that you view and study at your own pace
Dozens of hours of expert instruction on DVD
Labs and scenario-based case studies help you learn how to apply classroom learning in the real world and on the certification exam
Flash animations and screencasts show how the expert does the work in real time

Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) Video Course provides a comprehensive learning experience from a leading topical expert. The dozens of hours of classroom instruction is enhanced with flash animations, screencasts, scenario-based case studies and labs designed to work together to provide both foundational learning on the topic as well as exam preparation skills. The DVD video tackles each CEH topical area with in depth learning that teaches you what you need to understand, not only to pass the exam, but to apply it in the workplace. The classroom instruction is enhanced with the multimedia learning tools to help the expert instructor teach you these topics so that you grasp them for real world application and exam success. This service prepares the user for the Certified Ethical Hacker exam.
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Product details

  • DVD video | 25 pages
  • 129 x 183mm
  • Pearson It Certification
  • Upper Saddle River, United States
  • English
  • 0789739658
  • 9780789739650

Table of contents

1.1 Differentiate among various systems security threats.
1.2 Explain the security risks pertaining to system hardware and peripherals.
1.3 Implement OS hardening practices and procedures to achieve workstation and server security.
1.4 Carry out the appropriate procedures to establish application security.
1.5 Implement security applications.
1.6 Explain the purpose and application of virtualization technology.
2.0 Network Infrastructure
2.1 Differentiate between the different ports and protocols, their respective threats and mitigation techniques.
2.2 Distinguish between network design elements and components.
2.3 Determine the appropriate use of network security tools to facilitate network security.
2.4 Apply the appropriate network tools to facilitate network security.
2.5 Explain the vulnerabilities and mitigations associated with network devices.
2.6 Explain the vulnerabilities and mitigations associated with various transmission media.
2.7 Explain the vulnerabilities and implement mitigations associated with wireless networking.
3.0 Access Control
3.1 Identify and apply industry best practices for access control methods.
3.2 Explain common access control models and the differences between each.
3.3 Organize users and computers into appropriate security groups and roles while distinguishing between appropriate rights and privileges.
3.4 Apply appropriate security controls to file and print resources.
3.5 Compare and implement logical access control methods.
3.6 Summarize the various authentication models and identify the components of each.
3.7 Deploy various authentication models and identify the components of each.
3.8 Explain the difference between identification and authentication (identity proofing).
3.9 Explain and apply physical access security methods.
4.0 Assessments and Audits
4.1 Conduct risk assessments and implement risk mitigation.
4.2 Carry out vulnerability assessments using common tools.
4.3 Within the realm of vulnerability assessments, explain the proper use of penetration testing versus vulnerability scanning.
4.4 Use monitoring tools on systems and networks and detect security-related anomalies.
4.5 Compare and contrast various types of monitoring methodologies.
4.6 Execute proper logging procedures and evaluate the results.
4.7 Conduct periodic audits of system security settings.
5.0 Cryptography
5.1 Explain general cryptography concepts.
5.2 Explain basic hashing concepts and map various algorithms to appropriate applications.
5.3 Explain basic encryption concepts and map various algorithms to appropriate applications.
5.4 Explain and implement protocols.
5.5 Explain core concepts of public key cryptography.
5.6 Implement PKI and certificate management.
6.0 Organizational Security
6.1 Explain redundancy planning and its components.
6.2 Implement disaster recovery procedures.
6.3 Differentiate between and execute appropriate incident response procedures.
6.4 Identify and explain applicable legislation and
6.5 Explain the importance of environmental controls.
6.6 Explain the concept of and how to reduce the risks of social engineering.
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About Shon Harris

Shon Harris, CISSP, MCSE, is president of Logical Security, a leading security consultant, a former engineer in the Air Force's Information Warfare unit, an instructor, and author of several best-selling CISSP books and videos. She has been recognized by Information Security Magazine as one of the field's top 25 women.
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