This workshop will focus on security from the following perspectives
The workshop is aimed at Network and System administrators who are
interested in learning best practices for maintaining a secure and
operating environment. Labs constitute about 60% of the course.
- Network: Ingress, egress filters, BCP 38, network intrusion
detection, network traffic etc;
- Server side: proper admin procedures, firewalls, secure
- Security: threats, risks and attacks, security life cycle
- Demo: demo: dsniff, metasploit, DNS hijack, buffer overflow, SQL
- Cryptography basics
- Cryptography applied: using SSH
- Encryption with GPH and OpenSSL
- Logging and Auditing
- Network Security
- Authentication and Authorization
- IDS methods and tools, using nmap, snort, netflow, building an NFR
- Apache and SSL, TLS
- Track 3: Tuesday 3rd - Friday 6th December
This is an introductory workshop. Participants don't need to have
extensive experience with PCs or network devices, but should be
aware of how to use command line interface for managing network
equipment, and be familiar with IPv4 and TCP/IP protocols.
PARTICIPANTS ARE REQUIRED TO BRING A LAPTOP COMPUTER.
- Phil Regnauld, NSRC,
- Andy Linton, NSRC,
The workshop materials and working configurations for each of the
lab exercise will be available at the end of the workshop.