Course

Network Security Principles

In this course, we go over some general concepts related to network security as well as how to establish these principles through policies and procedures. We cover the concepts of defense in depth, backing up data, securing both voice and email, zero-trust networking policies and establishing best practices for IT security within your organization.

    Syllabus

  • Zero-Trust Networking Video — 00:03:31
  • Voice Video — 00:07:43
  • Defense in Depth Video — 00:06:29
  • Due Diligence and Best Practices Video — 00:11:38
  • Email Security Video — 00:06:45
  • Data Integrity and Backups Video — 00:06:11

Syllabus

Course description

To begin the course, we discuss the principle of defense in depth (or layered defense) as a primary means to establishing IT security. We then cover proper procedures for backing up data and ensuring that the integrity of your data is protected. After this, we discuss voice security and proper methods to lock down your VoIP or PBX infrastructure. The importance of securing confidential business email is the next topic, where we discuss some of the email security methods that are used in organizations today. We finish the course with a discussion of the philosophy of “zero-trust networking” as well as some best practices related to network security in your organization.

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