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Learning Network Technology and Security Fundamentals

Video Description

In this Network Technology and Security Fundamentals training course, expert author David Miller teaches you how to secure and protect information as it flows across an enterprise network. This course is designed for users that are working in or looking to move up in the field of Information Technology.
You will start by reviewing the Open Systems Interconnect (OSI) model, then jump into learning the TCP/IP suite of protocols. David will then cover transmission media and technologies. This video tutorial will also look at the devices that make up the network infrastructure, including firewalls, routers, Virtual Private Networks (VPNs), client systems, and virtual machines. Next, you will learn about wireless networks, devices, and security. Finally, David will cover the various types of attacks on networks, including browsing attacks, information theft, and attacks on cell phones.
Once you have completed this computer based training course, you will be fully capable of securing and protecting an enterprise network. Working files are included, allowing you to follow along with the author throughout the lessons.

Table of Contents

  1. Introduction
    1. About The Author And Introduction.mp4 00:05:35
  2. The OSI Model
    1. OSI - Part 1.mp4 00:07:41
    2. OSI - Part 2.mp4 00:09:44
  3. TCP / IP Protocols
    1. TCP / IP Protocols.mp4 00:07:39
    2. IPv4 Addressing.mp4 00:09:06
    3. Ports And IPv6 Addressing.mp4 00:08:32
    4. TCP / IP Review.mp4 00:07:55
  4. Transmission Media And Technologies
    1. Network Media.mp4 00:08:32
    2. Network Media Terms - Part 1.mp4 00:08:11
    3. Network Media Terms - Part 2.mp4 00:07:46
    4. Ethernet.mp4 00:09:05
    5. Wireless.mp4 00:04:55
    6. Modulation And Encoding.mp4 00:09:26
    7. Topologies.mp4 00:09:11
    8. Network Sizes.mp4 00:08:50
    9. Transmission Types.mp4 00:09:19
    10. Media Access Methods.mp4 00:10:19
  5. Network Infrastructure
    1. Segments, Subnets And Domains.mp4 00:08:13
    2. Terms And Definitions.mp4 00:07:01
    3. Network Layer Devices - Part 1.mp4 00:07:50
    4. Network Layer Devices - Part 2.mp4 00:07:16
    5. Data Link Layer Devices.mp4 00:08:57
    6. Routers.mp4 00:08:45
    7. Firewalls - Part 1.mp4 00:08:36
    8. Firewalls - Part 2.mp4 00:10:05
    9. Firewalls - Part 3.mp4 00:08:13
    10. Firewall Rules.mp4 00:08:39
    11. Firewall Architecture.mp4 00:08:21
    12. Network Services.mp4 00:09:16
    13. DHCP.mp4 00:10:10
    14. Domain Name Systems.mp4 00:07:25
    15. DNS Architecture.mp4 00:10:48
    16. DNS Resolver.mp4 00:08:35
    17. Authentication Introduction.mp4 00:09:13
    18. Authentication Protocols.mp4 00:07:29
    19. Directory Services - Part 1.mp4 00:07:53
    20. Directory Services - Part 2.mp4 00:07:05
    21. DS Kerberos.mp4 00:06:58
    22. DS Kerberos RAS.mp4 00:08:19
    23. Diameter.mp4 00:05:42
    24. RAS VPN.mp4 00:09:07
    25. NAT PAT.mp4 00:07:10
    26. Bastion Host.mp4 00:07:41
    27. Endpoint Systems.mp4 00:07:56
    28. Virtual Machines.mp4 00:08:54
    29. Mainframe.mp4 00:05:08
  6. Wireless Networking
    1. Wireless Introduction - Part 1.mp4 00:08:11
    2. Wireless Introduction - Part 2.mp4 00:08:31
    3. Wireless Security - WEP.mp4 00:06:15
    4. Wireless Security - Authenticating.mp4 00:08:23
    5. Wireless Security - WPA WPA2.mp4 00:07:50
    6. Wireless Security - 802.11i.mp4 00:09:38
    7. Wireless Security - Attacks.mp4 00:08:29
    8. Wireless Security Review.mp4 00:08:45
    9. MIMO And Cellular.mp4 00:09:22
  7. Attacks On Networks
    1. Browsing.mp4 00:08:15
    2. DoS / DDoS.mp4 00:07:23
    3. Information Theft.mp4 00:10:20
    4. APT And Cellular.mp4 00:09:36
  8. Conclusion
    1. Course Review.mp4 00:08:35