Introduction. 1. General Security Concepts. Recognizing and Differentiating Access Control Models. Recognizing and Differentiating Authentication. Identifying Nonessential Services and Protocols. Recognizing and Mitigating Attacks. Recognizing and Mitigating Malicious Code. Understanding Social Engineering. Understanding Auditing, Logging, and System Scanning. 2. Communication Security. Administering Remote Access Security. Administering Email Security. Administering Internet Security. Administering Directory Security. Administering File Transfer Security. Administering Wireless Security. Exam Prep Questions. Exam Prep Answers. 3. Infrastructure Security. Understanding Device Security. Understanding Media Security. Security Topologies. Implementing and Configuring IDSs. Establishing Security Baselines. Exam Prep Questions. Exam Prep Answers. 4. Basics of Cryptography. Identifying Cryptography Algorithms. Cryptography and Security Concepts. Understanding PKI. Identifying and Differentiating Cryptographic Standards and Protocols. Understanding Key Management and Certificate Lifecycles. Exam Prep Questions. Exam Prep Answers. 5. Operational and Organizational Security. Applying Principles of Physical Security. Preparing for Disaster Recovery. Business Continuity Planning. Creating and Enforcing Security Policies and Procedures. Understanding Privilege Management. Using Chain of Custody, Preserving Evidence, and Collecting Evidence. Understanding Risk Identification. Training End Users, Executives, and Human Resources. Understanding Documentation Concepts. Exam Prep Questions. Exam Prep Answers.
Put your Security+ knowledge to the test. The Security+ Certification Exam Cram 2 Lab Manual gives you optimal time with hands-on exercises designed to complement and reinfocrce material you have read in the corresponding Exam Cram 2 book or learned in a classroom setting. You will perform tasks you have learned about in other references and that directly related to the exam objectives. Through each lab's Key Objective, Step-by-Step Procedures and "What Did I Just Learn?" report section, you will have a better understanding of the key exam concepts.
Don Poulton (A+, MCSA, MCSE, Network+, Security+) has been involved with computers since the days of 80-column punch cards. After a career of more than 20 years in environmental science, Don switched careers and trained as a Windows NT 4.0 MCSE. He has been involved in consulting with a couple of small training providers as a technical writer, during which time he wrote training and exam prep materials for Windows NT 4.0, Windows 2000 and Windows XP. Don has contributed to various certification texts for iLearning/LANWrights, including the MCSE Windows Server 2003 Active Directory Infrastructure 70-294 Training Guide and the 70-299 Implementing and Administering Security in a Windows Server 2003 Network Exam Cram 2 books.