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Network Fortification: Safeguarding Low-Voltage and Electronic Systems

Cybersecurity Course
The Network Fortification: Safeguarding Low-Voltage and Electronic Systems course provides an extensive overview of network security as it applies to low voltage and electronic systems. The course begins by explaining the significance of network security in these systems, especially as they are increasingly connected to the internet and other networks. It delves into various aspects of network security, including the CIA triad (Confidentiality, Integrity, and Availability), common threats, vulnerabilities, and best practices for securing these systems.

A significant focus is placed on different types of network security controls like firewalls, IDS/IPS, VPNs, and encryption. This course also addresses the unique security challenges and best practices specific to low voltage and electronic systems, including CCTV, access control, and industrial control systems. Finally, it covers network security monitoring and incident response, emphasizing the importance of continuous vigilance and up-to-date practices in defending against cyberattacks.

Additionally, the training covers social media do’s and don’ts to ensure responsible and secure usage. Participants will develop an understanding of web services such as the surface web, deep web, and dark web, along with the potential risks they pose. By completing this module, individuals will be equipped with essential knowledge and skills to enhance information security awareness and mitigate potential risks in both personal and professional settings.

Product Description / Course Objectives

Learning Objectives:

At the conclusion of this course, the learner will:
○ Understand the importance of network security
○ How to identify vulnerabilities
○ How to secure Local and Wide Area Networks
○ Become familiar with security protocols
○ Understand how to implement security measures
○ Understand network security best practices

States: AL, KY, LA, MS, MT, TX