Security Certified Program
The Security Certified Network Professional (SCNP) program is a series of courses designed to validate the security skills of IT professionals. During the two-course track, students will focus on defense of a network. To become a SCNP, there is one test that must be passed.
CSCU 0012: Network Security Fundamentals
Prerequisite: CompTIA Network+ or equivalent experience. This course is designed to provide both Windows NT and UNIX network administrators an awareness of security related issues and the essential skills they need to implement security in such networks. Topics covered include Fundamental and Advanced TCP/IP, Router Security, Internet Security, General & Specific Attack Methods and Implementing Security.
CSCU 0013: Network Defense and Countermeasures
Prerequisite: CSCU 0112 or equivalent experience and technological skills. This is the second course in the SCNP track. This course focuses on firewalls, intrusion detection, IP Signature and Analysis, Risk Analysis, Virtual Private Networks, Distributed Denial of Service and Security Policies.