This course will focus on penetration testing techniques that can be used when testing highly secured environments such as 3-letter agencies, DoD, financial organizations, federal organizations, and large companies. If you are tired of attacking unpatched Windows 2000 Servers in your hacking courses and want to take a course where you will be attacking new Operating Systems/Applications that are patched, locked down, and protected with an IDS/IPS then this is the course for you.
The first day of the course starts with attacking heavily protected environments from the outside and dealing with Network-Based IDS/IPS. Next is attacking web applications and dealing with Load Balancing, common application security measures in PHP/ASP.NET, and Web Application Firewalls.
The second day covers attacking from the LAN, dealing with NAC solutions, locked down workstations/GPOs, and Host-Based IDS/IPS. The last section of the course covers gaining control of Active Directory.BIO Trainer:
Joe McCray has 8 years of experience in the security industry with a diverse background that includes network and web application penetration testing, forensics, training, and regulatory compliance. Joe is a frequent presenter at security conferences, and has taught the CISSP, CEH, CHFI, Security+, and Web Application Security at Johns Hopkins University (JHU), University of Maryland Baltimore College (UMBC), and several other technical training centers across the country.
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