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Cisco Security Masters Dojo Course at CanSecWest 2013

- February 1, 2013 - 0 Comments

My colleague, Joe Karpenko, and I will be presenting the Network Threat Defense, Countermeasures, and Controls Security Masters Dojo training course at the CanSecWest 2013 Applied Security Conference.

Attendees will perform two roles. First, as a Security Practitioner who will secure and harden devices within an organization’s network infrastructure, and second, as a Security Incident Response Investigator who must correctly detect, classify, and prevent threats targeting a network by configuring and deploying advanced network threat defenses and countermeasures.

By the end of this hands-on training lab, attendees will be prepared to effectively implement and deploy inherent security features and techniques for increasing the security posture and preparedness of their network infrastructure, allowing them to detect and mitigate current threats. Attendees will also be able to correctly detect, classify, and prevent threats targeting a network by configuring and deploying advanced network threat defenses and countermeasures, such as Control Plane Policing, IOS NetFlow, and Remotely-Triggered Black Hole (RTBH) Routing on network infrastructure devices.

During the lab, we’ll cover fundamental network security topics, including:

  • Access Control List (ACL) Filtering
  • Network Device Security Hardening
  • Control Plane Policing
  • Firewall Configurations
  • Attack Identification
  • Reacting with BGP

Please join us at the CanSecWest 2013 Applied Security Conference in beautiful Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada in March. We are offering both a weekend (March 2-3) course and weekday (March 4-5) course prior to the conference, which will be held March 6-8. Each course is limited to 10 attendees and both are filling fast. Register early for discounted pricing.

Do reach out with any questions. We look forward to seeing you in Vancouver!

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