Monthly Archives - January 2014

Enrolments pour in for free security course

IT Masters and Charles Sturt University have been flooded with enrolments for the Network Security Administrator free short course starting 23 January that sets students on the road to obtaining the EC-Council Network Security Administrator (ENSA) certification. The course covers the first five weeks of the subject ITI581: Network Security Fundamentals in the Master of Information Systems Security at Charles Sturt University, which is [...]


Malware: past, present and future.

This article is about Malwares, from the past , to present and their future, I hope you will like it... Introduction: Before we get into the specifics of how to malware history, present and past I believe we need to define some terminology, cover common types of malware, and introduce the fundamental approaches to malware analysis to identify and highlight the [...]


Network Security Administrator (ENSA) Certification Week 1

Lecture 1: - Welcome to Cyber Security Administration Why Security? Fundamentals of Computer Network Network Security DEMO: How hackers sneak into our networks Delivered by Erdal Ozkaya


Free Short Course – Network Security Administrator (ENSA) Certification

This short course is designed to partially prepare you for certification as an EC-Council Network Security Administrator (ENSA). The ENSA certification program looks at network security from a defensive view. It is designed to provide fundamental skills needed to analyze the internal and external security threats against a network, and to develop security policies that will protect an organization’s information. Students [...]