This is the training one should go for if one needs to defend network infrastructure against cyber threats by performing various types of Penetration Tests covering both Internal and External assessments!
Under Network vulnerability assessment and penetration testing (VAPT) training, participants will be able to identify security flaws in network devices, servers used in the corporate network and the overall network security implementation.
Participants will learn how attackers penetrate network infrastructure to obtain sensitive data and information, exploiting remote code execution vulnerabilities leading to server compromise, denial of service attacks and many others.
VAPT approaches covers information gathering (reconnaissance), port, services and vulnerability scanning, validation of the vulnerabilities to eliminate severe security flaws that may affect the confidentiality, integrity and availability of data in transit at data at rest.
The course will also cover additional out of the box vulnerabilities which our trainers have found in their day-to-day pentesting engagements.
Topics covered include:
- Footprinting and Reconnaissance
- System and Server Hacking
- Social Engineering Attacks
- Wireless Hacking
- Malware and Ransomware Attacks
- Network Architecture Security
- Configuration Audit & Hardening
- System Security Analysts
- Network Security Engineers
- Network Security Architects
- Penetration Testers interested in learning offensive / defensive strategies
- Information Security professionals interested in learning network security
- This training requires a basic understanding of how internet works, basics of networking technologies and concepts such as TCP/IP, IP Addressing, Communication Protocols, and familiarity towards Cyber Attacks.
- Participants to have their own laptop with minimum system configuration covering – 64-bit Intel i5 or i7 processor, 12 GB RAM, 250 GB minimum HDD free space, Windows 10 or macOS or Linux OS, and support for Virtualization technology.
- Testing lab and tools will be set on the 1st day of the training.
5 Days (8 hrs/day)