Course

Cybersecurity Technology Topics

Understand your role as an auditor in helping to define risk and controls related to specific information technologies and how they affect protection of assets.

    Syllabus

  • Log Management Using SIEM Video — 00:09:50
    • Look at log management using SIEM: logging, converting with APIs and supplementing with IDS/IPS.

  • Virtualization Video — 00:10:22
    • Hypervisors, guest virtual machines, software-defined networking (SDN) and containerized development in the cloud.

  • Mobile Computing Issues Video — 00:10:49
    • You need a good MDM system and a good MAM system if you are going to do BYOD.

  • Wireless Considerations Video — 00:10:25
    • Explore WEP, WPA and WPA2.

  • Firewall and Network Security Video — 00:15:19
    • Dig deeper into firewall and network security: packet, stateful, application and next-gen.

  • Industrial Control Systems Video — 00:08:17
    • Look at the types of systems and data (SCADA).

  • IoT Video — 00:05:59
    • Giving physical objects the capability to communicate, or: is your hot water heater smart?

  • Considerations for Cloud Computing Video — 00:12:47
    • Cloud computing is full of possibilities. Look at IaaS, PaaS, SaaS, private, public, community and hybrid clouds.

Syllabus

Course description

After this course, the auditor should be able to understand the functions of each type of technology and the limitations and the risks of using them in their organization.

Meet the author

Ken is President and owner of Data Security Consultation and Training, LLC. He holds a bachelor’s degree from Robert Morris College in PA and a master‚Äôs degree from Fairleigh Dickinson University in NJ. He has taught cybersecurity at many different venues, including the JAG school at the University of Virginia, KPMG Advisory University, Microsoft and several major federal financial institutions and government agencies. Ken has also taught cybersecurity classes in the UK, Ireland, Germany, Canada and Mexico.

As Chief Information Security Officer for the Virginia Community College System, Ken’s focus was the standardization of security around the ISO 27000 series framework. Writing is one of his passions and he has authored and/or co-authored several courses, including CISSP, CISA, CISM, CGEIT, CRISC, DoD Cloud Computing SRG and a course for training Security Control Assessors using NIST SP 800-53A.

In addition to many years in IT, Ken has achieved a number of certifications in the cyber security/information security field, including CISSP, SSCP, CCSP, CAP, ISSMP, ISSAP, ISSEP, CISM, CISA, CAC (Cybersecurity Audit Certificate), CEH, ISO9000LA, ISO14001LA, ISO27001PA, Security+, CySA+, CASP, CTT+, CPT, GSEC, GSNA, GWAPT, CIA, CGAP, CFE, MCP, MCSA, MCSE and MCT.

When not teaching, writing or consulting, Ken devotes his spare time to animal rescue, (dogs and cats from no-kill shelters), being a student of language (French) and music (Banjo), and doing research about his Scottish heritage, the Knights Templar and British Navy sailing ships from the late 1700s.

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