In this Vulnerability Assessment training course, you learn how to create a network security vulnerability assessment checklist by exposing infrastructure, server, and desktop vulnerabilities, create and interpret reports, configure vulnerability scanners, detect points of exposure, and ultimately prevent network exploitation.
To minimize costly security breaches, organizations need to evaluate the risk in their enterprise from an array of vulnerabilities. Attend this 4-day course and learn to minimize your organization's exposure to security breaches.
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Scanning and exploits
Uncovering infrastructure vulnerabilities
Attacks against analyzers and IDS
Exposing server vulnerabilities
Revealing desktop vulnerabilities
Implementing scanner operations and configuration
Creating and interpreting reports
Researching alert information
Identifying factors that affect risk
The vulnerability management cycle
The process of defining, identifying, classifying and prioritizing what vulnerabilities are in your system.
The purpose of this assessment is to find out what vulnerabilities may be within your system in time to fix them.
A vulnerability assessment scans for known vulnerabilities, while a penetration test tries to actively exploit and fix the weaknesses.
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