"Network and system security" provides focused coverage of network and system security technologies. It explores practical solutions to a wide range of network and systems security issues. Chapters are authored by leading experts in the field and address the immediate and long-term challenges in the authors’ respective areas of expertise. Coverage includes building a secure organization, cryptography, system intrusion, UNIX and Linux security, Internet security, intranet security, LAN security; wireless network security, cellular network security, RFID security, and more.
Lesson LPI 202 Chapter 4 "Advancer Linux Netword Administration System Security" give you the knowledge: Ipchains and Iptables, Configuring a router, Securing FPT Servers,... With the specialized technology your information, this is a useful reference.
Content in lecture Information systems security include: General security concepts, identifying potential risks, infrastructure and connectivity, monitoring activity and intrusion detection, implementing and maintaining a secure network, securing the network and environment, cryptography basics - methods and standards, security policies and procedures, security administration.
The two different types of Linux kernel are:
A monolithic kernel is one which has support for all hardware, network, and filesystem
compiled into a single image file.
A modular kernel is one which has some drivers compiled as object files, which the kernel can load
and remove on demand. Loadable modules are kept in /lib/modules.
The advantage of a modular kernel is that it doesn’t always need to be recompiled when hardware is added
or replaced on the system.
This manual is an effort to assist law enforcement agencies and other
computer crime investigators by providing a resource guide compiled
from the vast pool of information on the Internet. This manual is not
intended to replace any formal training or education. This manual should
be used as a supplemental guide to reference too. It was not my
intention to compile this manual to provide a specific solution for
investigators. This was intended to provide a general overview, which
would assist in helping to developing a solution. This solution does not
have to be hardware or software based.
Lecture Operating System: Chapter 09 - Security presented The security environment, Basics of cryptography, User authentication, Attacks from inside the system, Attacks from outside the system, Protection mechanisms, Trusted systems.
After studying chapter 4 you should be able to: Describe the basic IEEE 802.11 wireless security protections; define the vulnerabilities of open system authentication, WEP, and device authentication; describe the WPA and WPA2 personal security models; explain how enterprises can implement wireless security.
The Proliferation Security Initiative (PSI) is a cooperative effort to prevent or at least inhibit the spread of weapons of mass destruction (WMD), their delivery systems, and related materials to or from states or non-state actors whose possession of such items would be a serious threat to global or regional security. Currently, 93 countries
After studying this chapter you should be able to: Define privilege audits, describe how usage audits can protect security, list the methodologies used for monitoring to detect security-related anomalies, describe the different monitoring tools.
Secure DBMS design presents about Secure mechanisms (Requirements, Basic Principles), The system R authorization model (The system R authorization model, Implement model), Secure DBMS architectures, Commercial products
Operating System: Chapter 11 - Case Study 2 - Windows 2000 presents about History of windows 2000, Programming windows 2000, System structure, Processes and threads in windows 2000, Memory management, Input/output in windows 2000, The windows 2000 file system, Security in windows 2000, Caching in windows 2000.
Operating System: Chapter 9 - Security provides about The security environment, Basics of cryptography, User authentication, Attacks from inside the system, Attacks from outside the system, Protection mechanisms, Trusted systems.
The content in chapter 1: Understanding information security, understanding the goals of information security, comprehending the security process, authentication issues to consider, distinguishing between security topologies.
This document is exclusive property of Cisco Systems, Inc. Permission is granted to print and copy this document for non-commercial distribution and exclusive use by instructors in the CCNA Security course as part of an official Cisco Networking Academy Program. Network attacks have resulted in the loss of sensitive data and significant network downtime. When a network or the resources in it are inaccessible, worker productivity can suffer, and business income may be lost. Attackers have developed many tools over the......