Advanced Secure Network Architecture (ASNA) Training
This Class Contains 60% Attacking and 40% Defending
Delivery Style: 80% Hands-On, 20% Lecture
Take a deep hands-on approach to in-depth network security architecture with this advanced class. This training course was written by Joe McCray and is designed for security professionals who live a life inside the Security Operation Center (SOC). This course is a compliment to the Cyber War class which is almost entirely offensive, this class combines offense and defense to make sure that the SOC tech knows how to defend the entire network from all threats. This class covers things like: Firewall, IDS, IPS, WAF, security event monitoring, intrusion analysis and more.
In learning secure network architecture, you will be attacking and then defending an increasingly complex network each day in the class. On the first day you'll start with both attacking and defending an environment with basic firewalling, and simple network segmentation. On the second day you'll add VLANs, and network based IDS. On the third and fourth days you'll add content filtering web proxies, reverse proxies, host--based IDS, WAFs, NAC, and a SIEM solution. Finally, on the fifth day will be an attack and defense based capture the flag event that incorporates all of the security solutions in place with multiple projectors in the room so each security system will be projected on the wall like a SOC environment.
This is a 5 day, 40 clock hour course that counts towards security / IA related CEU's (40).
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