Ans. The GIAC’s GSLC test measures your ability to manage or supervise information security staff. Before taking the GSCL exam, you should practice the following:

  • Understand the 802.11 wireless network.
  • Identify the signs of poor change management, understand the risks to the organization, and develop a program to improve operations.
  • Understand the cryptography algorithm.
  • Understand network addressing.
  • Understand the defensive Operational Security.

  • Understand the issues related to your PC.
  • Understand the work process of the domain name system.
  • Understand the techniques of information warfare.
  • Identify and protect intellectual property.
  • Understand the technique of the stenography.

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