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Curso - Certified Wireless Security Engineer .

Modalidad: Online.

Objetivo del curso

Este curso está dirigido por el instructor, contiene una parte de lectura, conceptos y demostraciones, y la otra mitad de prácticas, ejercicios “hands – on” que dan al participante la habilidad para reforzar los conocimientos presentados en el libro. 

Características generales/particulares

Enseña al estudiante diferentes amenazas de seguridad inalámbricas a través de los ojos de un atacante. Provee una mirada profunda a los desafíos de seguridad, los estudiantes navegarán a través de las técnicas usadas por los atacantes para explotar las redes WiFi. 

Perfil de ingreso y egreso: Experiencia en sistemas operativos.  

Duración: 5 Días. 

Horario: Lunes a Viernes 16:00 a 20:00 

Precio Promoción: $ 1,926.48 Usd+ IVA , con 35% subsidio México First. 

Planes de Pagos: Ahora puedes pagar a 6 meses con: Santander, Bancomer, IXE, SCOTIABANK (Consulta restricciones).

Ubicación: El curso se impartirá en las instalaciones de Aguascalientes.

Requisitos de admisión:

Conocimiento de TCP/IP Ÿ 1 año de experiencia en tecnología de redes Ÿ Conocimiento en hardware Ÿ Experiencia en sistemas operativos. Materiales: Ÿ Lab Book y Manual del Alumno Ÿ Software/herramientas en DVD Examen de.

El curso Incluye: Material Digital + Exámen de Certificación con Segunda Oportunidad + Coffe-Break continuo.

Temario:

Módulo 1 - WLAN Security Overview.    

Standards Organization 
OSI Layers (ISO Standard) 
802 Project (IEEE) 
ISOC Hierarchy (IETF) Wi-Fi Alliance 
Wi-Fi Certified Programs 
802.11 Security Basics 
802.11 Security History Summary.
 
Módulo 2 - Legacy Security.  

Overview Authentication Open System 
Authentication Authentication Open System and 802.1X/EAP 
Authentication Shared Key 
Static WEP and IV Key WEP Transmission Key 
WEP Encryption Process Common 
WEP Attacks VPN and WLAN Client Access VPNs 
VPN Comparison 
Aggressive Mode PSK Attacks 
Aggressive PSK Cracking MAC Filters Changing a 
MAC Address 
SSID Segmentation 
SSID Cloaking Labs. 

Módulo 3 Encryption Ciphers and Methods.  

Introduction
Encryption
Cryptographic Definitions
Encryption Algorithm Implementation
Symmetric Encryption
Symmetric Downfalls
Symmetric Algorithms
Crack Times
Asymmetric Encryption
Public Key Cryptography Advantages
Asymmetric Algorithm Disadvantages
Asymmetric Algorithm Examples
Key Exchange
Symmetric versus Asymmetric
Using the Algorithm Types Together
Attack Vectors
WLAN Encryption Methods
MAC Protocol Data Unit (MSDU)
WEP MPDU
WEP Encryption Process
WEP Decapsulation
TKIP Modification to WEP
TKIP Cryptographic Encapsulation
TKIP Decapsulation
TKIP MPDU CCMP
CCMP MPDU Additional Authentication Data
CCMP Encapsulation
CCMP Decapsulation Labs.

Módulo 4 Layer 2 Authentication.

Methods in Enterprise Networks
Overview AAA
Types of Credentials
Authentication
Examples of Credentials
802.1X Components
Supplicant Types
Authenticator
WLAN Bridging and 802.1X
Authentication Proxy
Typical Authentication Servers
Supplicant Identity Credential
Legacy Authentication Protocols
Extensible Authentication Protocol
EAPOL Messages 802.11 Association and
802.1X/EAP
Generic EAP Exchange
Weak EAP Protocols
EAP-LEAP Strong
EAP Protocols
EAP-PEAP Process
EAP-TTLS Process
EAP-TLS Process
EAP-FAST Process
PACs
EAP Comparison Chart
EAP Methods for Cellular Networks.

Módulo 5 - 802.11 Layer 2 Dynamic Encryption Key Generation.    

Overview
802.1X/EAP and Dynamic Keys
Advantages
Dynamic WEP Process
Robust Security Network Associations RSNA in IBSS (Ad-hoc)
RSN Information Element
RSNIE (Cipher Suites) RSNIE (AKM)
AKM Overview AKM Discovery
AKM Master Key Generation
AKM Temporal Key Generation
RSN Key Hierarchy
Master Keys
Pairwise Key Hierarchy
Group Key Hierarchy
4-way Handshake
Group Key Handshake
Station to Station Link (STSL)
RSNA Security Associations
WPA/WPA2 Personal
Passphrase to PSK Mapping
Roaming and Dynamic Keys
Labs.  

Módulo 6 - SOHO 802.11 Security.

Overview
WPA/WPA2 Personal
Pre-shared Keys (PSK) and Passphrases
WPA/WPA2 Personal Risks
Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS)
WPS Architecture
Setup Options
Configuration Modes
Guidelines and Requirements for PIN
PBC Demonstration
SOHO Security Best Practices
Labs

Módulo 7. Fast Secure Roaming.

Overview
Client Roaming Thresholds
AP-to-AP Re-association
Problems with Autonomous
AP-to-AP Roaming
PMKSA without Fast Roaming
PMK Caching Pre-authentication Opportunistic
PMK Key Caching (OKC)
Proprietary FSR CCKM
Fast BSS Transition
FT Protocols
Message Exchange Methods
Key Holders Key Hierarchy
FT Key hierarchy-WLAN controller
FT Key hierarchy-Supplicant
Information Elements
Fast BSS transition information element
FT Initial Mobility Domain Association
Over-the-air Fast BSS Transition
Over - the - DS
Fast BSS Transition
Fast BSS Transition Summary
Wi-Fi Voice Personal and Enterprise
Enterprise Grade Voice over Wi-Fi
Requirement Features Required
Layer3 Roaming
Mobile IP Single Channel
Architecture (SCA) Roaming

Módulo 8 - Common Attacks.

Overview
Unauthorized Rogue Access Rogue
Devices
Bridged Ad Hoc (IBSS)
Attacks which can be launched through
Rogue AP Rogue AP Attack Risks
Rogue AP Prevention
Eavesdropping
Eavesdropping Risks
Eavesdropping Prevention
Authentication Attacks
Denial of Service Attacks MAC Spoofing
Wireless Hijacking (Evil Twin Attack)
Encryption Cracking
Peer-to-peer attacks
Management Interface Exploits
Vendor Proprietary Attacks
Physical Damage and Theft
Social Engineering Attacks
Public Access and WLAN Hotspots
Labs.  

Módulo 9 - Auditing WLAN.

Security Overview
What is Security Audit?
2.4 GHz ISM Interferers
Narrow Band Interference
Wide Band Interference
All-Band Interference
OSI Layer2 Audit
List of L2 Information collection
Layer2 Protocol Analyzer
Penetration Testing
Wired Infrastructure Audit
Social Engineering Audit
WIPS Audit
Documenting the Audit
Documents required prior to audit
Example Recommendations
WLAN Toolkit of an Auditor Common Software Tools
Automated Tool (SILICA).  

Módulo 10 Wireless Security Monitoring.

Overview
WIDS / WIPS Infrastructure Components
WIDS/WIPS Architecture Models
Overlay WIDS/WIPS
Integrated
WIDS/WIPS
Integrated-Enabled WIDS/WIPS
Wireless Network Management System
Sensor Placement
Device Classification
Rouge Detection
Rogue Types
Rogue Mitigation
Device Tracking
Device Tracking Techniques
WIDS/WIPS Signature Analysis
WIDS/WIPS Behavioral Analysis WIDS/WIPS Protocol Analysis
WIDS/WIPS Spectrum Analysis
WIDS/WIPS Forensics Analysis
WIDS/WIPS Performance Analysis
Monitoring
Policy Enforcement
Types of Alarms and NotificationsSeverity
Levels of
Alarms and Notifications
Typical Notification Tools
802.11n
802.11n Security Concerns
Management Frame Protection
802.11w
802.11w Shared Secret Key
Labs.  

Módulo 11 - WLAN Security.

Overview
Wireless Infrastructure Components
Autonomous AP
WLAN Controllers
WLAN-VLAN Assignment
WLAN-Dynamic VLAN Assignment
Split MAC
Mesh Networks
WLAN Bridging
Hybrid WLAN APs
Dynamic RF
Hot Standby/Failover
Device Management
Management Protocols
RADIUS/LDAP Servers
Radius Features and Components
Radius Integration
EAP Type Selection
Deployment Architectures and Scaling
Built-in RADIUS Servers
Timer Values PKI
CA Hierarchy.
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