SANS SEC530: Defensible Security Architecture and Engineering (PDF-VID-LAB)

2,200.00

This course is designed to help students build and maintain a truly defensible security architecture. There will be a heavy focus on leveraging current infrastructure (and investment), including switches, routers, and firewalls. Students will learn how to reconfigure these devices to better address the threat landscape they face today. The course will also suggest newer technologies that will aid in building a robust security infrastructure.

SEC530: Defensible Security Architecture and Engineering is designed to help students establish and maintain a holistic and layered approach to security. Effective security requires a balance between detection, prevention, and response capabilities, but such a balance demands that controls be implemented on the network, directly on endpoints, and within cloud environments. The strengths and weaknesses of one solution complement another solution through strategic placement, implementation, and fine-tuning.

 

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Description

Size: 37.6 GB

Who Should Attend SEC530?

  • Security Architects
  • Network Engineers
  • Network Architects
  • Security Analysts
  • Senior Security Engineers
  • System Administrators
  • Technical Security Managers
  • CND Analysts
  • Security Monitoring Specialists
  • Cyber Threat Investigators

This Course Will Prepare You To

  • Layer security solutions ranging from network to endpoint and cloud-based technologies
  • Understand the implications of proper placement of technical controls
  • Tune, adjust, and implement security techniques, technologies, and capabilities
  • Think outside the box on using common security solutions in innovative ways
  • Balance detection with prevention while allowing for better response times and capabilities
  • Understand where prevention technologies are likely to fail and how to supplement them with specific detection technologies
  • Understand how security infrastructure and solutions work at a technical level and how to better implement them