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CASP, Part 2 of 9: Network Security
with expert David Bigger
Addressing for computer communications can seem overwhelming, but this course will give you an overview of IP and MAC addressing to help make the process more approachable. We will examine the source and destination addresses for network frames and packets, and discuss TCP and UDP to understand how reliable these protocols may or may not be in different circumstances. In addition, network security, such as secure design practices and secure communications, will be discussed as well as firewalls, DMZs, network access control and more. Finally, we’ll look at online security using SSL and TLS and Domain Naming Services, or DNS. This course is part of a series covering the CompTIA Advanced Security Practitioner (CASP).
Beginner | 1h 32m | October 04, 2016Course Outline
David Bigger is the lead trainer at Bigger IT Solutions. He has been information technology for a little over 20 years and has been training all over the US. He has worked with companies like US Military, Lockheed Martin, General Dynamics, Dominos Pizza, University of Utah and Expedia