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Kenneth Mayer

As a certified Microsoft Instructor, Ken has focused his career on various security aspects of computer and network technology since the early 1980s. He has offered a wide variety of IT training and high level consulting projects for Fortune 500 companies globally. Through the course of his extensive career, he has taught a full line of Microsoft, CompTIA, Cisco, and other high level IT Security curricula.


Courses

Digital Security Awareness, Part 4 of 4: Security

Digital Security Awareness wraps up with this course on how to think about security from end to end, passwords, security policies as well as what to do moving forward.

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Digital Security Awareness, Part 3 of 4: Protection

In part 3 of Digital Security Awareness, this course covers ransomware, how to protect digital information as well as different types of malware.

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Digital Security Awareness, Part 2 of 4: Data

Digital Security Awareness continues in this course with Data Classification as well as what is Data Leakage

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Digital Security Awareness, Part 1 of 4: Threats

Digital Security is an ever growing and more complex topic as time goes on. This course will start you off with to what are threats, what is social engineering and how to understand and define risk.

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Cisco IP Switched Networks (CCNP Switch), Part 7 of 7: Security

This courses discusses the importance of layer 2 security to the integrity of your network. Topics include: best practices, rogue devices, port security and ARP Spoofing.

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Cisco IP Switched Networks (CCNP Switch), Part 6 of 7: L3 First Hop Redundancy Protocol

Communications protocols help traffic rout more efficiently all lumped into an acronym of FHRP -- First hop redundancy protocol.

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Cisco IP Switched Networks (CCNP Switch), Part 5 of 7: Advanced Switch Config Options

This course discusses advanced configuration options with topics like NTP and SLA

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Cisco IP Switched Networks (CCNP Switch), Part 4 of 7: Inter VLAN-Routing

This courses discusses the variety of ways to do inter-VLAN routing. It talks about broadcast domains and how to focus on routing traffic between different VLANs and beyond with both routers and multi-layer switches.

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