Parapoint Corp - 2017

Location: 3232 Jodeco Road, McDonough GA 30253 -- Telephone: 770-742-3737

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Advanced Network Security

For advanced network security it requires an in-depth study and practice of advanced concepts in applied systems and networking security including security controls, access controls, IP security, authentication mechanisms, and intrusion detection and troubleshooting for protection. There are various ways to use this knowledge to keep your network safe and secure.

In this training session you will be learning various possible applications and how they can help you find and detect intruders in your network plus combat them. In our world today, keeping information safe is harder than ever and if you are found unprepared the cost is very high so do not be caught unprepared.

Campus networks are made up of Ethernet and wireless devices, real and Virtual Local Area Networks, switches and routers, old and new technologies coexisting, UNIX and Windows servers. The campus networks are connected by global Wide Area Networks which allows interaction between them. Campus networks use TCP/IP protocol but there are several other protocols coexisting. That is why troubleshooting these networks or trying to provide security can seem like such a daunting task.

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We are having a raffle at our training center on January 1st 2018 at 6:30pm. By bringing someone that is interested in hearing about the various courses we offer, you can win a $25 gift card as a random participant after the presentation. We want everyone to come out and join us, enrich yourselves by learning how to professionally use major computer programs.

Please contact us at 770-742-3737 for more information or review the rest of this website to learn more about this great learning opportunities.

Advanced Network Security Training

  1. Identify the key types of access control mechanisms
  2. Packet sniffing tools and how tcp/ip behaves on the network
  3. Most common forms of attacks and how to combat them
  4. Learn to mitigate risks/threats inside of Cloud Computing
  5. Advanced ethical hacking

How does our network get us online? Domain name resolution converts domains to their IP address thus allowing you to always find Google at 8.8.8.8 for example. DHCP hands out IP addresses to multiple devices when they are connected so each computer has a unique identifier. Most secure information will connect over a VPN offering a secure session with dynamic IP addresses. Most secure websites have an https:// for the most secure areas of their site. With all this technology and security it is necessary to have a backup plan in case of problems arising. Some other way for all that other data to flow in case something fails. Flat Network Failover Control is one example but there is much more needed than this. Most places have a cold site they keep ready for backup in case of a huge crisis where networks fail and go down. These contingency plans are always an important part of networking.

Campus networks connect buildings and departments into a multiprotocol and multivendor resource. This is needed to achieve productivity goals that are so crucial to the world we live in today. Campus networks were geographically separated but they emerged as large networks that allowed access to customers, employees, business partners, etc.

In a campus network there are various tools for troubleshooting and monitoring your network. There are proactive and reactive tools at every level of the layer that can assist you in keeping your network up, available, and running for your users to be able to use it. Once you have learned how to effectively implement the knowledge and tools involved in this, you will be able to do your job efficiently.

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