uCertify introduces the latest CIW Web Security Associate-v2.0 course and lab for the preparation of the 1D0-671 exam. The course provides candidates with knowledge of network security principles and teaches how to secure your local and cloud network devices and communications from unauthorized activity. This course identifies security principles and techniques that enable you to stop cyber-attacks by providing an understanding of operating system hardening, access control lists, and firewall technology. The course also covers authentication procedures, encryption standards, and implementations that help ensure proper user authentication. You will also learn about the specific ports and protocols that cyber-attacks manipulate, and about direct and indirect ways to protect your network operating systems. Finally, you will learn how to respond to and report cyber-attacks activity, engage in proactive detection keeping your company’s needs in mind.
uCertify courses come complete with flashcards, quizzes, glossary, knowledge checks, video tutorials, and many more. There is no limit to the number of times learners can attempt flashcards and quizzes. Flashcards help master the key concepts and glossary defines the key terms. uCertify TestPrep offers full-length practice tests that can be configured to closely follow the certification exam objectives. Each course has a number of test sets that consist of hundreds of items to ensure that learners are prepared for the certification exam. Guided, step-by-step labs provide opportunities to practice new skills and gain a hands-on learning experience.
Once you complete the course you will gain skills in:
- Elements of Security
- Applied Encryption
- Types of Attacks
- General Security Principles
- Protocol Layers and Security
- Securing Resources
- Firewalls and Virtual Private Networks
- Levels of Firewall Protection
- Detecting and Distracting Cyber-Attackers
- Incident Response
So, start your prep for the CIW 1D0-671 certification exam with uCertify and learn to secure your local and cloud network devices and communications from unauthorized activity.