About This Course
A cyber analyst who does not possess a deep understanding of computer networks (such as protocols, services and tools) will be unable to fully comprehend threats and incidents. Theoretical knowledge alone is insufficient as deep understanding can only be acquired with practical experience, especially in areas such as sniffing, analyzing, configuring services and programming.
In this module, participants will deep dive into the five-layered TCP/IP model and common protocols, learn how to capture and analyze network traffic, use Python to implement theory concepts, as well as be introduced to tools and major network services.
Computer networks are the bread and butter of cybersecurity, and analysts will need to have a profound understanding to be able to effectively secure it.
- Lecture Slides
- Reading Materials
- Python programming experience
- Cyber Security Analyst
- IT Manager
Introduction (Copy 1)
Introduction to Computer Networks (Copy 1)00:09:43
Computer Networks – Basic Characteristics (Copy 1)00:08:56
Computer Network Introduction (Copy 1)
Assignments 1 (Copy 1)
Network Protocols (Copy 1)
Network Protocols & Communications (Part 1) (Copy 1)00:12:21
Network Protocols & Communications (Part 2) (Copy 1)00:10:32
Network Topology (Copy 1)
introduction to Network Topology (Copy 1)00:13:35
Network Topology (Solved Questions) (Copy 1)00:11:56
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