ISGS certifications provide engineers with recognition of completing a course of study that emphasizes both theoretical concepts as well as laboratory-based practical "hands-on" security. Course registration is by phone and a course registration voucher will be issued by mail upon receipt of payment. Sealed, printed certificates will be issued after review of test results and validation by test examiners.
Current Annual Training Schedule
|Class Title||Session||Class Size|
|Vulnerability Analysis||Winter||30 student max.|
|Defensive Security (Strategic/Practical)||Spring||30 student max.|
|Server Hardening||Summer||30 student max.|
|Security Testing and Evaluation||Fall||20 student max.|
Security Testing and Evaluation for security professionals
Lecture (80 hours)
Lab and Practical (40 hours)
Lecture notes and syllabus included
Course will cover modern testing theories and practice. Hardware, software and communication protocols will receive an overview to familiarize students with their application in security testing. Validation and advanced testing of servers, network devices and endpoints will receive particular focus. Common methods to circumvent controls protecting confidentiality, integrity, availability and access will be demonstrated and made familiar to the students. Laboratory exercises will supplement instruction including social engineer, network penetration, physical access testing and remote exploit.