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Wireless Administration & Security CWNA & CWSP (Certification)
[ 5 days ]

Course Description
In today's network environment the implementation of wireless technologies is a serious undertaking. Improper planning can lead to an inadequate return on investment. Insufficient understanding of the security implications of wireless can lead to catastrophic results.

This course enables an individual to plan, select and implement the appropriate wireless hardware and deploy the correct security controls to support a typical environment. A focus on RF (radio frequency) technologies in a vendor neutral environment, with hands-on laboratories to reinforce concepts, allows participants the broadest exposure to key concepts. This course is committed to be the most current in the industry, with professionally developed laboratory exercises and real world hardware.

This course combines the materials covered on Planet3 Wireless CWNA and CWSP examinations and will ultimately be the official curriculum to prepare candidates for Mile2's Wireless Administration and Security examination.

BENEFITS OF THIS COURSE (CWNA & CWSP Certification)
Following this Mile2 Course, participants will be prepared to design, implement, and administer wireless technologies and associated security controls that are typical in today's wireless networks. Additionally, awareness of the current threats against wireless networks will be investigated and countermeasures detailed. Course participants will have the ability to complete laboratories in all of the following areas:

Selecting and implementing the appropriate wireless equipment for a given environment
Performing a wireless site survey
Employing various wireless authentication mechanisms
Examining various wireless security exploits
Determining environmental factors that affect wireless performance
Evaluating the latest wireless security standards
Developing a wireless security policy
UPON COMPLETION:
Upon completion, students will be able to confidently undertake the Planet3 Wireless CWNA and CWSP examinations conducted at Thompson Prometric testing centers. Students will benefit from an in-depth course that is continuously updated to maintain and incorporate the rapidly changing wireless networking and security environment.
Related Courses:
CPTS Certified Pen Testing Specialist
CPTE Certified Pen Testing Expert
CDFE Certified Digital Forensics Examiner

Prerequisites
Knowledge of TCP/IP 12 months experience in networking technologies
Computer hardware knowledge
Typical operating system experience
Prepares For
Certification Track: CWSE - Certified Wireless Security Engineer
Course Completion Skills:
Wireless Concepts
Network Design, Installation and Management
Site Survey
Wireless Security Basics
802.1x Authentication
Wireless Sniffing, Capture and Decryption
Enterprise Wireless Security
Wireless VPN Technologies
Wireless Intrusion Detection
Security Policy
Module 1 Overview of Wireless Standards and Organizations
International Telecommunications Union Radio-Communication Sector
RF Regulatory Bodies
Federal Communications Commission
FCC Regulations
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)
IEEE Standards
Wi-Fi Alliance
International Standards Organization
Communication Basic
Modulation Classes
Amplitude Modulation
Wavelength
Frequency
Phase
Modulation / De-Modulation with Keying
Amplitude Shift Keying
Frequency Shift Keying
Phase Shift Keying
Module 2 Radio Frequency Fundamentals
Radio Frequency
FR Characteristics
Polarity
Wavelength
Frequency
Amplitude
Phase
RF Behavior
Wave Propagation
Absorption
Reflection
Scattering
Refraction
Diffraction
Attenuation (Loss)
Free Space Loss
Multi Path
Gain
Module 3 Radio Frequency Components, Measurements and Mathematics
RF Components
Transmitter
Antenna
Receiver
Intentional Radiator
Equivalent Isotropically Radiated Power (EIRP)
Units of Power Comparison Watt
Milliwatt
Decibel
dBi
dBd
dBm
Free Space Loss
6 dB Rule
Rule of 10's and 3's
RF Mathematics without Logarithms
Practicing the Rule of 10's and 3's
Received Signal Strength Indicator (RSSI)
System Operating Margin (SOM)
SOM Calculator
Link Budget
Fade Margin
Inverse Square Law
Module 4 Radio and Frequency Signal and Antenna Concepts
Azimuth and Elevation Chart
Azimuth Chart Example
Beamwidth
Degree of Beamwidth Table
Antenna Types
Omni-Directional Antennas
Semi-Directional Antenna
Highly-Directional Antenna
Phased Array Antenna
Sector Antenna
Visual Line of Sight
RF Line of Sight
Fresnel Zone
802.11 Calculators
Earth Bulge
Antenna Polarization
Antenna Diversity
Multiple-Input-Multiple-Output (MIMO)
Antenna Connection and Installation
Voltage Standing Wave Ratio (VSWR)
Antenna Mounting
Antenna Cables
Connectors
Splitters
Amplifers
Attenuators
Lightning Arrestors
Grounding Rods and Wires
Module 5 IEEE 802 11 Standards
IEEE 802.11 - 1997 Standards including Infrared
802.11x - Overview of Protocols
802.11a
802.11b
802.11g
802.11n
802.11 Standards and Amendments
Module 6 Wireless Networks and Spread Spectrum Technologies
Terminology
Spread Spectrum
Industrial, Scientific and Medical Bands (ISM)
Unlicensed National Information Infrastructure Bands (UNII)
UNII 1,2 and 3
Narrowband and Spread Spectrum
Delay Spread
Frequency Hopping and Spread Spectrum
Dwell and Hop Time
Modulation
Gaussian Frequency Shift Keying
802.11 b/g Channels
Channel Overlap
Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum (DSSS)
DSSS Frequency Channel Plan
Encoding and Modulation
Packet Binary Convolutional Code
Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (OFDM)
Convolution Coding
802.11a Channels
Module 7 Wireless LAN Topologies
Wireless Networking Topologies
Access Point - Client Stations
Distribution Systems (DS)
Wireless Distribution System (WDS)
Service Set Identifier (SSID)
Basic Service Set (BSS)
Basic Service Set Identifier (BSSID)
Basic Service Area (BSA)
Extended Service Set (ESS)
ESS Nomadic
ESS Co-Location
Independent Basic Service Set (IBIS)
Configuration Modes
Infrastructure
Module 8 Medium Access
Carrier Sense Multiple Access with Collision Avoidance (CSMA/CA)
CSMA/CA vs CSMA/CD
Distributed Coordination Function (DCF)
Interframe Space (IFS)
Four Types of IFS
Collision Detection
Duration/ID Field
Carrier Sense Methods
Virtual Carrier Sense
Physical Carrier Sense
Random Backoff Time
Example Flow of 802.11
Point Coordination Function
802.11 Frame Format vs 802.3
MAC Address Format
Frame Types 281
802.11 Management Frames
Control Frames
Data Frames
Layer 3 Integration
Beacon Management Frame
Beacon Frame Example
Passive Scanning
Active Scanning
Authentication
Open System Authentication
Open System Process
Shared Key Authentication
Association
Roaming
Reassociation
Disassociation and Deauthentication
Module 9 MAC Architecture
ACK Frame
Fragmentation
802.11g Protection Mechanism
Request to Send/Clear to Send
RTS/CTS Examples
CTS to Self
Power Management
Power Save Mode
Traffic Indication Map (TIM)
Delivery Traffic Indication Message (DITM)
Announcement Traffic Indication Message (ATIM)
Wireless Multimedia (WMM)
Power Save Certification WMM
Module 10 Wireless Devices
Wireless LAN Client Devices
Radio Card Formats
Radio Card Chipsets
Client Utilities
Progression of WLAN Architecture
Access Point Features
Wireless Network Management System
Capabilities of WNMS
Centralized WLAN Architecture
WLAN Switch Features
Centralized WLAN Architecture
Remote Office WLAN Switch
Distributed WLAN Architecture
Unified WLAN Architecture
Wireless Workgroup Bridge
Wireless LAN Bridges
Point to Point and Point to Multi-Point
Other Features of WLAN Bridges
Deployment Considerations
Point to Point Links
Point to Multi-Point Links
Enterprise Wireless Gateway (EWG)
EWG Design
Residential Wireless Gateway (RWG)
Other Wireless Routers
Enterprise Encryption Gateway (EEG)
Power over Ethernet (PoE)
PoE Devices
PoE Responsibilities
PoE Features
Module 11 Network Design, Implementation and Management
Core, Distribution and Access
Capacity vs Storage
Co-Location
Corporate Data Access and the End User
Network Extension to Remote Areas
Bridging Building to Building
Wireless ISP
Small Office, Home Office (SOHO)
Hot Spots
Module 12 WLAN Trouble Shooting
Spectrum Analyzer: Wi-Spy
Wi-Spy Add-On Channelyzer
802.11 Coverage Considerations
Dynamic Rate Switching
Roaming
Layer 3 Roaming
Co-Channel Interference
Hidden Node
Hidden Node Solutions
Near / Far Issues
Near / Far Solutions
Interference
Performance
Weather Issues
Module 13 Network Security Architecture
802.11 Security Basics
Encryption
Segmentation
MAC Filtering
SSID Cloaking
Authentication and Authorization
Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP)
Weak IV Packets
Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA)
WPA Improvements over WEP
Temporal Key Integrity Protocol (TKIP)
802.1X: Extensible Authentication Protocol (EAP) Types
EAP Advantages and Disadvantages
802.1x EAP/TLS Framework
Dynamic Encryption Key Generation
Cryptographic Features of WPA2
WPA2 Encryption Process
Robust Security Network (RSN)
802.11i and WPA/WPA2
Module 14 Wireless Attacks and Monitoring
Rogue Access Point
Countermeasure to the Rogue Access Point
Peer to Peer Attacks
Eavesdropping
Breaking Encryption - Aircrack
Deauth / Disassociate Attack
MAC Spoofing
Denial of Service
ARP Injection
Intrusion Detection Monitoring
Wireless Security Policy
Module 15 Radio Frequency Site Survey
WLAN Site Survey Interview
Customer Briefing
Business Requirements
Capacity and Coverage Requirements
Infrastructure Connectivity
Security Expectations
Documentation and Reports
Forms and Customer Documentation
Deliverables
Site Survey Defined
Mandatory Spectrum Analysis
Mandatory Coverage Analysis
Indoor Site Survey Tools
Outdoor Site Survey Tools
Coverage Analysis: Manual
Coverage Analysis: Assisted
Coverage Analysis: Predictive
Module 16 Wireless LAN Auditing Tools
Netstumbler and War Driving
Exporting Netstumbler Results
War Driving with KNSGEM
Kismet
Microsoft Wireless Zero Configuration (WZC)
Wi-Fi Finders
Antennas
Cain and Abel
OmniPeek Personal
Auditor Uses
Manufacturer Defaults
OS Fingerprinting and Port Scanning
Port Scan Tips
Tools
NMAP
Services and Ports Used
Vanilla Port Scan (TCP Connect Port Scan)
NMAP TCP Connect Scan
LookatLan
OS Fingerprinting
Share Enumerators
RF Jamming Tools
Hijacking Tools
Assessment Types
Module 17 Gathering Information
Methods of Obtaining Information
Physical Access
Social Access
Digital Access

*Every effort is made to ensure the accuracy of our outlines as course information from our suppliers changes with each new revision. As a result this outline is subject to change without prior notice.

Registration Details

Course Fee:
Single Nomination:
USD 400/- OR INR 18000/-

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5% Discount for Early Bird Registrations (15 Days in advance to the program date) 5% Discount on Task force of 4 to 7 10% Discount on task Force of 8 and above 10% discount applicable to /SANS/ GIAC/CSWE/CDFE/CIHE/CISSP/CISA/ Qualified Professionals, Mile2/BA/PMI /SEG /CII/SPIN /CSI and NASSCOM Members

NOTE: Only one discount option is applicable at any time

Course Dates, Venue & Timings:

Sl.No. State City Batch1-Date Batch1-Date Batch2-Date Batch2-Date Batch3-Date Batch3-Date Batch4-Date Batch4-Date Venue Contact
01 AP Hyderabad 2-May'11 6-May'11 7-JUN'11 10-JUN'11 2-JUL'11 6-JUL'11 2-Aug'11 6-Aug'11 Flat 617, Annapurna block, Aditya enclave, Ameerpet, Hyd-16 Jason-91-40-64568797
02 Delhi Delhi/Gurgaon/Noida 24-Apr'11 25-Apr'11 28-May'11 29-May'11 25-JUN'11 26-JUN'11 23-JUL'11 24-JUL'11 Orange Business services, Equant Solutions IndiaPvt. Ltd, Tower B, 8th Floor, DLF Infinity Tower -Phase II, DLF Cybercity, Sector 25, Gurgaon -122002, India Arun : 9810 328046
03 Karnataka Bangalore 7-May'11 8-May'11 4-JUN'11 5-JUN'11 2-JUL'11 3-JUL'11 6-Aug'11 7-Aug'11 DBS House 26, Cunningham Road ,Opp Indian Express Building, Bangalore - 560 052 Vijay : 96636 06107
04 Maharashtra Mumbai 21-May'11 22-May'11 18-JUN'11 19-JUN'11 16-JUL'11 17-JUL'11 20-Aug'11 21-Aug'11 DBS Heritage,Prescot Road,Opp. Cathedral Sr. School,Fort, Mumbai 400001. DBS Heritage (From Airport instruct the car / cab driver to drive to Fort, Fashion Street. It’s near Siddharth College, Budha Bhavan. Also there are schools like J. P. Pettit School & Cathedral Sr. School Mr.Vasudev
05 Maharashtra Pune 30-Apr'11 1-May'11 2-JUN'11 3-JUN'11 30-JUL'11 31-JUL'11 2-Aug'11 3-Aug'11 Hotel Raviraj , Deccan Gymkhana Mr.sameer
06 Tamilnadu Chennai 14-May'11 15-May'11 11-JUN'11 12-JUN'11 9-JUL'11 10-JUL'11 13-Aug'11 14-Aug'11 DBS House 31A, Cathedral Garden Rd ,Between Hotel Palmgrove and Valluvarkottam Nugambakkam,Chennai - 600034 Mr.Solomon
07 Westbengal Kolkata 30-Apr'11 1-May'11 2-JUN'11 3-JUN'11 30-JUL'11 31-JUL'11 2-Aug'11 3-Aug'11 DBS House 10/2, Hungerford Street,Opp. Exit Gate of Saturday Club,Kolkata - 700017 Mr.Sandeep
08 Kerala Trivandrum 21-May'11 22-May'11 18-JUN'11 19-JUN'11 16-JUL'11 17-JUL'11 20-Aug'11 21-Aug'11 DBS center Mr.Manoj
09 Kerala Cochin 24-Apr'11 25-Apr'11 28-May'11 29-May'11 25-JUN'11 26-JUN'11 23-JUL'11 24-JUL'11 DBS center Mr.Manoj
10 Tamilnadu Coimbatore 7-May'11 8-May'11 4-JUN'11 5-JUN'11 2-JUL'11 3-JUL'11 6-Aug'11 7-Aug'11 DBS center Mr.Balaji
11 Gujarat Baroda 2-May'11 6-May'11 7-JUN'11 10-JUN'11 2-JUL'11 6-JUL'11 2-Aug'11 6-Aug'11 DBS House Mr.Alok
12 Gujarat Ahmedabad 14-May'11 15-May'11 11-JUN'11 12-JUN'11 9-JUL'11 10-JUL'11 13-Aug'11 14-Aug'11 DBS center Mr.Alok

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