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  1. Career.Academy.Certified.Wireless.Security.Professional.CWSP.Series Training Series Overview This series covers the functions and features of Certified Wireless Security Professional. Students will learn the basics of WLAN security, Legacy security, encryption ciphers and methods, 802.11 authentication methods. They will then learn about dynamic encryption key generation, SOHO 802.11 security, fast secure roaming, wireless security risks, and wireless LAN security auditing. They will also learn how to implement wireless security monitoring, VPNs, remote access and guest access services, the WLAN security infrastructure, and WLAN security infrastructure. [hide] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content]]
  2. It's not really Cisco, but if you are going for your CCIE in wireless, there is really no reason not to go for your CWNE. Plus, the CWDP programs give you an understanding of the technology to a deeper level than Cisco does. The Cisco exams show you a picture of how things work, and the Cisco solution for it. If you want to be a better wireless professional, CWDP exams are the way to go. This is a mix of old and new books. Not all new not out in the wild yet. What's the difference in old and new? New books simply clarified by taking out redundant content. Old books are still excellent resources. And they are getting harder to find as they age. Here is everything I have been able to find. CWNA - (CWNA-106 - Fourth Edition Current) [Hidden Content] CWNA - (PW0-105 - Third Edition) [Hidden Content] CWAP (PW0-270- Current until June 2016) [Hidden Content] CWSP (PW0-204) [Hidden Content] CWDP - (PW0-250) [Hidden Content] Update 12-2016 CWAP-402 (Current as of June 2016) [Hidden Content] Update 02-2017 CWSP-205 (Current as of Oct 2016) Sybex Edition, not the crappy Centritrek Edition [Hidden Content]
  3. Please share the below course if any one has in mega. [Hidden Content] Certified Wireless Security Professional (CWSP) Technology Course Module 1 - WLAN Security Basics: This module discusses the need for Wi-Fi security and provides the background of decision and standards making bodies. It also discusses 802.11 in the Enterprise. Module 2 - Wifi Attack Vectors: This module discusses typical modes of attack on Wi-fi implementations. It also underlines the fact that different attack methods expose the vulnerability of the Wi-Fi network. Module 3 - 802.11 Security Design Considerations: This module describes the need for performing a risk assessment as well as establishing a security policy. It also discusses management and monitoring of the enterprise Wi-fi network. Module 4 - 802.11 Authentication: This module details the different 802.11 authentication methods used from password based to enterprise based. It provides details on the complexities of more stringent authentication methods. Course Duration: 02hrs 43min Steve Evans Instructor: Steve Evans CWNE#177, BCNP Course WLAN Security Basics Terminology 8min 802.11 and the OSI Model 3min The need for Wi-Fi security 3min 802.11 Standards & Regulation Bodies 3min 802.11 in the Enterprise 6min Total Duration: 25min WLAN attack vectors Physical Considerations 4min Passive Eavesdropping 4min Active Attacks 8min Social Engineering 4min Thwarting Attacks 4min Total Duration: 25min WLAN Security Design Risk Assessment & Security Policy 7min Mobile Device Management (MDM) 3min Network Partitioning 5min Total Duration: 16min WLAN Authentication Client Centric Authentication 4min Enterprise Authentication 5min PEAP 3min EAP-FAST 3min EAP-TLS 3min Total Duration: 20min WLAN Encryption WEP and its Weaknesses 2min WPAv1 and its Weaknesses 3min WPAv2/AES 9min WPA2 and KRACK vulnerability 5min Total Duration: 19min WLAN Intrusion Detection and Prevention Security Baselining 4min Threat Identification and Classification 3min Logging and Reporting 4min Wireless Intrusion Detection Systems and Prevention 4min Total Duration: 16min Mobile Device Security Terminology 6min Mobility 3min Voice Client Constraints 4min Fast Transition 5min Total Duration: 20min WLAN Security Analysis in Practice EAP-FAST Analysis (real-time) 5min EAP-TLS Analysis (real time) 4min Rogue Discovery (real time) 9min Total Duration: 19min End of Course
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