So, You Want to be a Computer Security Consultant

Presented by

Kevin Cardwell. Founder and Senior Consultant, Cardwell Engineering Solutions International

About this talk

This webinar will review the things that are missing in many of the people who want to become a computer security consultant. Many people start off at the Application Layer (layer 7), in this webinar we will discuss the importance of establishing a solid security foundation; we will look at the three main components to build this foundation. Those are: 1.TCP/IP 2.Unix/Linux 3.Virtualization During the webinar we will discuss mastering the power of the command line and the importance of understanding the traffic at the lowest level … the packet! We will also look at some simple but important protocol analysis techniques. The webinar is an introduction to the Core Concepts course that was developed to provide those entering the fascinating world of computer security consulting, a foundation prior to embarking on this journey. The more solid foundation of skills you have the better you will be prepared as a consultant or security professional.

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