Advanced Security Implementation (ASI) is the first of two courses
required for the Security Certified Network Architect (SCNA) credential from the Security Certified Program
course examines and explains the technologies required to build a trusted network.
Along with Enterprise Security Solutions
(ESS), this course prepares an individual for the SCNA exams: (Enterprise Security Implementation: SC0-501, and The Solution Exam: SC0-502).
Reasons for building and components of a trusted network.
- an in-depth look
at Public and Private cryptographic systems
Forensics - explore the use of multiple forensics software programs.
Law and Legislation
- a look at the legalities surrounding networks and network security.
Biometrics and their
applications - examine voice, iris and fingerprint-scanning
Authentication - examine, step-by-step, the process of implementing strong two-factor authentication with tokens.
Digital Certificates and Digital
Signatures - two of the cornerstones of trusted networks
Lesson One: Introduction to Trusted Networks
Lesson Two: Cryptography and Data Security
Lesson Three: Computer Forensics
Lesson Four: Law and Legislation
Lesson Five: Biometrics
Lesson Six: Strong Authentication
Lesson Seven: Digital Certificates
Lesson Eight: Digital Signatures
must have completed the Network
Defense and Countermeasures course, attained the SCNP
credential, or possess equivalent knowledge.
The ASI and
ESS books combined, along with the practice and skills of the hands-on technologies demonstrated
in the books prepare a student for the Enterprise Security Implementation