Three Day Free Live Workshop on Information Security 101

Posted January 19, 2022 by infosectrain

InfosecTrain is all set to host a three-day live webinar on Information Security 101.
What: Infosec Train is an advanced IT security training provider is hosting a live webinar entitled "Information Security 101" to discuss everything related to Information Security. Information Security is used to provide integrity, confidentiality, and availability, and it also protects information and information systems from unauthorized access, use, disclosure, interruption, alteration, or destruction.

A lack of information security can result in the inability to do business efficiently and suitably, a lack of personal integrity protection, and disrupt socially essential activities.

Information system flaws can harm physical assets, and damage to essential infrastructure can be fatal. Incidents that result in the failure or damage of such systems and assets can cause significant crisis in the financial system, public health, national security, or a combination of these.

These are the reasons why organizations are investing in Information Security and are willing to hire Information Security Professionals. If you are also willing to enter into this exciting field, attend this live webinar to learn more about Information Security.

When: 26-28 January (Wednesday-Friday) 08:00 PM-10:00 PM (IST)

Why attend: Speaker Srikanth is a very talented and experienced professional, and he will be there to address all your doubts. In these three days, he is going to cover a few very important topics in Information Security, and the topics are:

1. Fundamentals of Information Security:
Unauthorized access to data during storage or transmission is prevented by information security. Biometric data, social media accounts, and cell phone data are all examples of information. As a result, information security research encompasses a wide range of topics, including bitcoin and online forensics.

2. Introduction to Networks and Security
A network is a collection of two or more computer systems (or other electronic devices) that share cables or Wi-Fi links. A server will be present on some computer networks. A server is a powerful computer that frequently serves as the hub for network services such as internet access, email, and file storage.
Security is a financial asset that may be traded. The phrase is used to describe any type of financial instrument, and the legal definition differs depending on the country.

3. Introduction to Malware and Attacks
Malware is any software that is created to disrupt a server, computer, client, or network, leak personal data, obtain unauthorized access to data or systems, deny users access to information, or inadvertently compromise a user's computer privacy and security.

Any offensive maneuver that targets computer networks, computer information systems, infrastructures, or gains access to private computers is referred to as a cyberattack.

Not only will you gain this knowledge, but you will also be able to clear your doubts then and there. Isn't it the best opportunity? So, what are you waiting for? Go and register now.


Live Webinars Agenda
DAY-1: Fundamentals of information security
• What is information
• What is security
• What is privacy
• Differences between Security and Privacy
• What is an Information security
• Differences between information security and cyber security
• Pillars of Security
• The Confidentiality, Integrity, and Availability
• Information Classifications In information security
• Levels in Private Organizations for Information Classification
• Threats to information security
Examples of information security

DAY-2: Networks & Security
• What is network
• What is Networking
• Network Basics
• What is network security
• Why network security
• Differences between Network security and cyber security
• Benefits of network security
• What are the different types of network security?
• Types of network security devices?
• Authentication & its Importance

DAY-3: Introduction to Malware & Attacks
• What is Malware?
• Types of malware:
• Types of Viruses
• How to Defend against malware
• What is a cyber attack
• Different types of attacks
• ARP Poisoning
• MAC Flooding
• DHCP Starvation attack

About InfosecTrain
InfoSecTrain is a leading provider of IT training and upskilling in the areas of cloud computing, cyber security, computing fundamentals, and programming. Our alumni is spread across the globe and are employed in some of the leading organizations and enterprises. The training programs offered by InfoSecTrain are well-designed and optimized for a holistic approach to IT Training that effectively streamlines your learning process and helps you to succeed rapidly. InfoSecTrain is a trusted authorized partner of EC-Council, Microsoft, CompTIA, PECB, and Certnexus. It offers training programs for globally reputed certifications in the information security domain, including CISSP, CCSP, CEH, CCISO, and CompTIA Security+. Infosec Train's team of certified and highly skilled trainers is committed to equipping professionals with the most in-demand skills required to stay ahead in the ever-changing job market.

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Last Updated January 19, 2022