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Apr
18

This course covers WLAN Security Basics, Wifi Attack Vectors, 802.11 Security Design Considerations, and 802.11 Authentication.

 

Instructor: Steve Evans

Course Duration: 2hr 44min


What You’ll learn:

The first 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. In the second module, you will learn typical modes of attack on Wi-fi implementations and how different attack methods expose the vulnerability of the Wi-Fi network. Module 3 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. The last 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.

Ready To Watch? Click here to view on our streaming site. Don’t have an All Access Pass? No problem, you can also purchase this course at ine.com.

Apr
11

Considering Windows Server 2016? In this helpful course, get the details about Windows Server 2016 basic functionality and features that we use as administrators on almost a daily basis.

 


Why You Should Watch:

If you are interested in Administering Windows Server 2016 and need to know the basics, this is where you start! This course covers all the basic aspects of utilities you will use as a system administrator, how to get to them, and how they work.


What You’ll Learn:

This course covers installation methods, service packs, troubleshooting, basic features of Active directory, data storage, remote services, network monitoring, reliability and availability, permissions, security, and virtualization.


About the Instructor:

Melissa Hallock has been in the IT field since 1996 when she first began working with hardware. While working on a Bachelor of Applied Science in Networking, she landed her first IT job in a Forbe’s top 100 growing companies as a LAN Technician and worked with all things Microsoft. Later she migrated to Linux and Mac operating systems. Having always worked in an education setting as a tech, she decided to start teaching and began teaching at the second largest private college in Michigan. She quickly became the most sought out instructor and decided to pursue a Master of Information. After she completed her masters’, she expanded her teaching to also cover several programming courses.

Melissa also has several certifications including the A+, Networking +, Cloud +, and the Windows 7 certification. She is now working on a Security + certification, and then will get started on her MCSA.

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Apr
03

VMware Cloud on AWS is an on-demand service that enables you to run applications across vSphere-based cloud environments with access to a broad range of AWS services. Powered by VMware Cloud Foundation, this service integrates vSphere, vSAN and NSX along with VMware vCenter management, and is optimized to run on dedicated, elastic, bare-metal AWS infrastructure. With this service, IT teams can manage their cloud-based resources with familiar VMware tools. This course is 2 hours and 25 minutes long and taught by Joseph Holbrook.

 


Why You Should Watch:

VMWare Cloud on AWS allows you take advantage of what you already know and have in your existing infrastructure. Your existing skills, investment in training, operational practices, and investment in software licenses remain relevant and applicable when you move to the public cloud. As part of that move you can forget about building & running data centers, modernizing hardware, and scaling to meet transient or short-term demand. You can also take advantage of a long list of AWS compute, database, analytics, IoT, AI, security, mobile, deployment and application services.


What You’ll Learn:

This course covers the VMware Cloud on AWS service overview, Prereqs, Licensing, SDDC, Hybrid Linked Mode, NSX, Compute Options, Connectivity Options, Vrealize Automation and go thru numerous Demos.


About the Instructor:

Joe Holbrook has been in the IT field since 1993 when he was exposed to several HPUX systems on board a US Navy flagship. He has migrated from UNIX world to Storage Area Networking(SAN) and then onto Enterprise Virtualization and Cloud Architecture. He worked for numerous companies like HDS, 3PAR Data, Brocade, Dimension Data, EMC, Northrup Grumman, ViON, Ibasis.net, Chematch.com, SAIC and Siemens Nixdorf. Currently, he works as a Subject Matter Expert specializing in Cloud/IT Security focused on Data Storage infrastructure services and Data migrations to the Cloud.

Joe holds Industry leading certifications from Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud Platform, Brocade, Hitachi Data Systems, EMC, VMWare, CompTIA, HP 3PAR ASE, Cloud Credential Council and other orgs. He is now working on the Google Cloud Platform for several organizations.


Interested in Watching Joe’s VMWare Cloud on AWS Course?

You can view the course on our streaming site. If you’re not an All Access Pass member, you can buy the course at ine.com.

Mar
28

This course introduces AWS professionals to the core capabilities of Google Cloud Platform (GCP) in the four technology pillars: networking, compute, storage, and database. It is designed for AWS Solution Architects and SysOps Administrators familiar with AWS features and setup, who want to gain experience configuring GCP products.

The Google Cloud Platform for AWS Professionals is 6 hours and 9 minutes long and is taught by Joseph Holbrook. If you’re interested in watching, you can view the course using your All Access Pass or buy the course at ine.com.

About the Instructor:

Joe Holbrook has been in the IT field since 1993 when he was exposed to several HPUX systems on board a US Navy flagship. He has migrated from UNIX world to Storage Area Networking (SAN) and then onto Enterprise Virtualization and Cloud Architecture. He worked for numerous companies like HDS, 3PAR Data, Brocade, Dimension Data, EMC, Northrup Grumman, ViON, Ibasis.net, Chematch.com, SAIC and Siemens Nixdorf. Currently he works as a Subject Matter Expert specializing in Cloud/IT Security focused on Data Storage infrastructure services and Data migrations to the Cloud.

He holds Industry leading certifications from Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud Platform, Brocade, Hitachi Data Systems, EMC, VMWare, CompTIA, HP 3PAR ASE, Cloud Credential Council and other orgs.He is now working on the Google Cloud Platform for several organizations.

Joe is married with children and lives in Jacksonville, Florida. He currently enjoys traveling to South America, spending time with my 5 year old daughter and learning about cryptocurrencies. He is also an avid hockey fan and enjoys skiing

Mar
22

Got some Bitcoins burning a hole in your wallet? You can now use them, and other forms of digital currency, to pay for your training!

At INE, our goal is to offer the best training, anytime, anywhere, which now includes adding more ways to pay.

How It Works:
All Cryptocurrency transactions will be made via Coinbase, for your convenience.

Which Currencies Are Accepted?
We accept Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Ethereum, and Litecoin.


Have questions about using cryptocurrency with INE?
Contact our sales team.

Mar
20

This course covers the CompTIA 220-902 exam objectives. It is ideal for technical support personnel, help desk technicians, computer technicians, junior system administrators and anyone looking to build the necessary skill set required to achieve the CompTIA A+ certification.


 

This course is taught by Phillip Inshanally and is 4 hours and 20 minutes long. Interested in watching? All Access Pass members can view this course by logging into their INE streaming account. For those who are not All Access Pass members, you can purchase this course at ine.com.

About The Instructor:
Phillip has been in the IT Industry for over 17 years and gained much experience consulting, designing, planning, implementing and documenting various network environments. Phillip has worked on deployments for local and global backbone projects with multiple networks on an enterprise and ISP level. Throughout his career, Phillip has also had the opportunity to work with many protocols including: Cisco PAR, Cisco BNG, OSPF, OSPFv3, EIGRP, EIGRPv6, ISIS, BGP, L2VPN, MPLS L3VPN, VPLS, QoS,GPON, E1, ADSL,SHDSL, Switching, DMVPN, IPSEC, VMAN, EAPS,REP, and ERPS.

Mar
13

The OSCP Security Technology course is for those interested in learning advanced ethical hacking and penetration testing. This course is designed to prepare students to for the Penetration Testing with Kali (PWK) course offered by Offensive Security. The PWK course is a prerequisite to the Offensive Security Certified Professional (OSCP) exam. Students should be familiar with Linux command line, Bash and Python scripting, and basic networking concepts before attempting the course.


 

This Course is 9 hours and 22 minutes long and taught by Heath Adams. You can view the full OSCP course on our streaming site.

About The Instructor:

Heath Adams is a cybersecurity professional. He currently holds the OSCP, OSWP, CEH, CCNA, Security+, Linux+, Network+, and A+ certifications. When he is not developing courses with INE, he spends his work life as a senior network engineer with a national lab in the United States. He is also currently an Army Officer in the Reserves.

In his free time, Heath enjoys spending time with his fiance and their 4 animal children. He enjoys playing video games, running, playing the guitar, watching sports, and binge-watching more TV shows than he should admit.

Mar
05

Last week we added Certified Ethical Hacker Module 7: Sniffing to our video Library. This is the 7th video to be released as part of an 18 video CEH course series. All Access Pass members can watch Module 7 by logging into their All Access Pass account. For those who are not members, you can buy the series here.



 

Why You Should Watch:
Attaining sniffing capabilities is a great achievement for hackers, because even when it’s difficult to get there, the rewards might be worth the risk.

About The Course:
This is the 7th of 18 video courses in our CEH v9 Technology Course series and will prepare viewers for the sniffing portion of the Certified Ethical Hacker v9 Exam. This Module is 3 hours in length and is taught by Josué Vargas.

What You’ll Learn:
During this module you will learn about gathering valuable data through sniffing techniques. You will learn LAN based and Internet based sniffing attacks and even use an experimental setting in Wireshark as a remote sniffing tool.

About The Instructor:
Josué Vargas is a networks and security engineer and also owns his own company in Costa Rica, Netquarks Technologies S.R.L. He started law school, but soon realized this wasn’t the path for him. While working in the call center industry he discovered Cisco and started researching careers in the IT industry. Josué quickly began taking classes and became CCNA, CCNP and CCDA Security certified. Later, he took a detour towards Juniper Technologies where he achieved JNCIP-Sec and JNCIP-ENT. He was then recruited by IBM to become a deployment and integration engineer for Managed Security Services, where he obtained his CEH certification. This career allowed him to discover the world of information security, the discipline that would take him to Africa as a consultant, to INE as an instructor and to build an entire SOC from scratch. Outside of work, Josué enjoys music, travelling, learning languages and trying all sorts of food.

Feb
28

Last week we added a new exam review course to correlate with the recent Service Provider v4.1 blueprint changes. All Access Pass members can view this exam review by logging into their streaming account. This course is also available for purchase at ine.com.

 

Why Take This Course?

This Course is the most up to date Service Provider exam review in INE’s video course library. This course provides an overview of blueprint changes, as well as the technologies candidates should know in order to pass their CCIE Service Provider exam.

About the Course

This course is taught by Brian McGahan and includes 27 hours of content. This course is intended for those in the final stages of their CCIE studies preparing to take the CCIE Service Provider Lab Exam. Prior to taking this course, viewers should have a foundational understanding of the blueprint technologies covered in this exam and a working knowledge of Cisco’s IOS interface.

What You’ll Learn

This course will refine your skills and expand your knowledge of the blueprint technologies. You will also learn to change the way you think about problems and how to derive solutions. Last, you will gain real-world, practical knowledge to carry you past the CCIE lab and into everyday applications.

About the Instructor

At the age of 20, Brian McGahan earned his first CCIE in Routing & Switching, and became known as the “youngest engineer in the world.” He continued on to earn CCIE certifications in Security, Service Provider, and Data Center. Brian has developed and taught for INE since 2002, setting the bar for CCIE training and helping thousands of engineers obtain their own certifications–we’re proud to have such an accomplished and driven instructor on the INE team. When he is not developing new products for INE, he consults with large ISPs and enterprise customers.

Feb
26

Log into your members account or visit ine.com to check out Andrew Crouthamel’s newest Cyber Ops course; CCNA Cyber Ops Technology Course: SECOPS 210-255.

 

Why Study Cyber Ops?

Cisco’s CCNA Cyber Ops cetification provides individuals with the knowledge to identify and respond to security incidents. This certification provides a path to working in a security operations center and security positions. As a CCNA level certification, Cyber Ops provides introductory knowledge so one may be aware of the security landscape, understand security concepts and general networking.

About This Course

This course is taught by Andrew Crouthamel and is 1 hour and 22 minutes long. This is a CCNA level course and will cover the exam topics of the SECOPS 210-255 Exam.

What You’ll Learn

Topics covered in this course include: endpoint analysis and forensics, NetFlow and IPFIX, and the importance of data analysis. Students will also review incident response plans, various computer security teams, and compliance frameworks such as PCI, HIPAA, and SOX.

About The Instructor

Andrew is a seasoned IT engineer with over 12 years of experience. He started out in IT as an Assistant Computer Technician, blowing dust out of computers for a school district, moving up through the ranks to Systems Administrator, Network Engineer, and IT Manager. He currently works for an international satellite communications company, ensuring LAN and WAN connectivity for a large network of ground stations and customers such as NASA, ESA, JAXA, Boeing, The U.S. Air Force, and more. Andrew holds numerous Cisco and CompTIA certifications and is a part-time Cisco Instructor.

Andrew’s hobbies outside of technology include many outdoor activities, such as hiking and canoeing. He is currently learning woodworking, and is working on a 17′ cedar wood-strip canoe in his garage, much to his wife’s dismay. He lives in Pennsylvania, where his family has been for generations, dating back to 1754. Andrew lives with his wife, young daughter, and too many pets.

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