Presented by Security Kaizen Labs
Nov. 08 – Nov. 12
Course Code: OPSEC301
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In this course you will coverage in-depth some of Linux and Unix security issues. In addition you will learn how to examine and mitigate or eliminate general problems that apply to all Unix-like operating systems, including vulnerabilities in the password authentication system, file system, virtual memory system, and applications that commonly run on Linux and Unix. This course provides specific configuration guidance and practical, real-world examples, tips, and tricks.
Bluekaizen Office, Smart Village, 28 K Cairo-Alex Dessert road, Egypt
|Who Should Attend?||
Security Administrators System Administrators InfoSec Analysts Site Security Officers.
Must possess at least a working knowledge of *nix. – Basic understanding of Network protocols, TCP/IP, DHCP and DNS. – Basic understanding of Linux Architecture.
|What to bring?||
Your own laptop with at least 2 GRAM + 15 GByte free space ( if you don’t have a laptop, please inform us to prepare a device for you ).
|What do you receive?||
PDF slides covering all Modules. – Kali Linux Image. – CentOS Linux VM.
|About Yahia Kandeel||
An Information Security Engineer with +5 years of experience in IS. he participated in many security assessment and penetration testing projects. One of his major roles is Linux assessment and configuration review. He also has a great technical skills in Linux bash scripting, python and ruby. Yahia is RHCE, GCIH and GSEC Certified.