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Computer Science and Engineering  Introduction to Information Security I
Title: Introduction to Information Security I
Department: Computer Science and Engineering
Author: Prof. V. Kamakoti
University: IIT Madras
Type: WebLink
Abstract: 1.
What is Information Security & Why do you need it? Basics Principles of Confidentiality, Integrity Availability Concepts Policies, procedures, Guidelines, Standards Administrative Measures and Technical Measures, People, Process, Technology
Current Trends in information Security, Cloud Computing: benefits and Issues related to info Sec. Standards available for InfoSec: Cobit, Cadbury, ISO 27001, OWASP, OSSTMM, etc ' An Overview, Certifiable Standards: How, What, When, Who
Vulnerability, Threat and Risk, Risk Assessment and Mitigation + Quick fixes, Introduction to BCP / DRP / Incident management, Segregation and Separation of Duties & Roles and responsibilities, IT ACT 2000
Types of assessments for Information Security
VAPT of Networks
Web Appln Audits
IT assessments or audits
Assessment of Network Equipments
Assessment of Security Devices (Web Filtering, Firewalls, IDS / IPS, Routers
Data Center Assessment
Security of Application Software
SAP Security
Desktop Security
RDBMS Security
BCP / DRP assessments
Policy reviews
Network Security & Common and Popular Tools Used
Windows and Linux security, Types of Audits in Windows Environment: Server Security, Active Directory (Group Policy), Anti'Virus, Mails, Malware, End point protection, Shadow Passwords, SUDO users, etc
Web Application Security: OWASP, Common Issues in Web Apps, What is XSS, SQL injection, CSRF, Password Vulnerabilities, SSL, CAPTCHA, Session Hijacking, Local and Remote File Inclusion, Audit Trails, Web Server Issues, etc
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