In this course, you will analyze and apply advanced security concepts, principles, and implementations that contribute to enterprise-level security.
- Manage risk in the enterprise.
- Integrate computing, communications, and business disciplines in the enterprise.
- Use research and analysis to secure the enterprise.
- Integrate advanced authentication and authorization techniques.
- Implement cryptographic techniques.
- Implement security controls for hosts.
- Implement security controls for storage.
- Analyze network security concepts, components, and architectures, and implement controls.
- Implement security controls for applications.
- Integrate hosts, storage, networks, and applications in a secure enterprise architecture.
- Conduct vulnerability assessments.
- Conduct incident and emergency responses.
Lesson 1: Managing Risk
Topic A: Identify the Importance of Risk Management
Topic B: Assess Risk
Topic C: Mitigate Risk
Topic D: Integrate Documentation into Risk Management
Lesson 2: Integrating Computing, Communications, and Business Disciplines
Topic A: Facilitate Collaboration Across Business Units
Topic B: Secure Communications and Collaboration Solutions
Topic C: Implement Security Activities Throughout the Technology Life Cycle
Lesson 3: Using Research and Analysis to Secure the Enterprise
Topic A: Determine Industry Trends and Effects on the Enterprise
Topic B: Analyze Scenarios to Secure the Enterprise
Lesson 4: Integrating Advanced Authentication and Authorization Techniques
Topic A: Implement Authentication and Authorization Technologies
Topic B: Implement Advanced Identity Management
Lesson 5: Implementing Cryptographic Techniques
Topic A: Describe Cryptographic Concepts
Topic B: Choose Cryptographic Techniques
Topic C: Choose Cryptographic Implementations
Lesson 6: Implementing Security Controls for Hosts
Topic A: Select Host Hardware and Software
Topic B: Harden Hosts
Topic C: Virtualize Servers and Desktops
Topic D: Implement Cloud Augmented Security Services
Topic E: Protect Boot Loaders
Lesson 7: Implementing Security Controls for Enterprise Storage
Topic A: Identify Storage Types and Protocols
Topic B: Implement Secure Storage Controls
Lesson 8: Analyzing and Implementing Network Security
Topic A: Analyze Network Security Components and Devices
Topic B: Analyze Network-Enabled Devices
Topic C: Analyze Advanced Network Design
Topic D: Configure Controls for Network Security
Lesson 9: Implementing Security Controls for Applications
Topic A: Identify General Application Vulnerabilities
Topic B: Identify Web Application Vulnerabilities
Topic C: Implement Application Security Controls
Lesson 10: Integrating Hosts, Storage, Networks, and Applications in a Secure Enterprise Architecture
Topic A: Implement Security Standards in the Enterprise
Topic B: Select Technical Deployment Models
Topic C: Secure the Design of the Enterprise Infrastructure
Topic D: Secure Enterprise Application Integration Enablers
Lesson 11: Conducting Vulnerability Assessments
Topic A: Select Vulnerability Assessment Methods
Topic B: Select Vulnerability Assessment Tools
Lesson 12: Responding to and Recovering from Incidents
Topic A: Design Systems to Facilitate Incident Response
Topic B: Conduct Incident and Emergency Responses
Appendix A: Mapping Course Content to CompTIA Advanced Security Practitioner (CASP) Exam CAS-002
This course is designed for IT professionals who want to acquire the technical knowledge and skills needed to conceptualize, engineer, integrate, and implement secure solutions across complex enterprise environments. The target student should aspire to apply critical thinking and judgment across a broad spectrum of security disciplines to propose and implement sustainable security solutions that map to organizational strategies; translate business needs into security requirements; analyze risk impact; and respond to security incidents.
This course is also designed for students who are seeking the CompTIA Advanced Security Practitioner (CASP) certification and who want to prepare for Exam CAS-002. Students seeking CASP certification should have at least 10 years of experience in IT management, with at least 5 years of hands-on technical security experience.
To be fit for this advanced course, you should have at least a foundational knowledge of information security. You can obtain this level of knowledge by taking the¬†CompTIA¬ģ Security+ (SY0-401)¬†course offered by Logical Operations. You may also demonstrate this level of knowledge by passing the Security+ (SY0-401) exam.
Although not required, we suggest that you either take the following Logical Operations courses or possess the equivalent knowledge in the areas of computer networking and computer maintenance:
- CompTIA¬ģ Network+¬ģ (N10-005)¬†or¬†CompTIA¬ģ Network+¬ģ (N10-006)
- CompTIA¬ģ A+¬ģ: A Comprehensive Approach (Exams 220-801 and 220-802)