In this course, you will learn the fundamentals of networking through the lens of a security practitioner. More specifically, we will cover topics like network protocols, architecture, devices, and topology, which are vital for any entry level IT/Security professional.
In Networking Fundamentals for Security Practitioners, the instructor provides a clear and concise overview on network protocols, topology, architecture, and its related devices. The module also provides an in-depth look at the numerous ways in which systems communicate over wireless and wired communication methods such as WiFi and ethernet utilizing packet switching methods. The TCP/IP and OSI model are also examined with a focus on how each open standard networking model operates to communicate across systems/networks utilizing IPV4 and IPV6 addressing.