TCP/IP Analysis and Troubleshooting with Wireshark (07 – 11 October 2019 Amsterdam/Hoofddorp)

Amsterdam-Hoofddorp: 07 - 11 October 2019

Audience
This course is designed for Networking, Government and Security personnel that need to develop a set of packet investigation and network optimization techniques through study of the Networking Protocols using Wireshark and other Open-Source Analysis tools. Successful completion of this course will provide these individuals with a path-way into the field of both Network and Forensics Analysis.

Description
Effective Network analysis and Optimization encompasses the skills of not only capturing data, but also the ability to discern the key patterns hidden within the flood of network traffic. This course will provide the student with a set of investigate and analysis techniques focusing on the use of vendor-neutral, Open-Source Tools such as Wireshark to provide insight into the following areas:

  •  Specialized software configuration and packet capture techniques using Wireshark 3.0
  • Behavior, analysis and threat recognition for a number of the standard user version 4 protocols including IP, DHCP, TCP, UDP, DNS, ICMP, ARP and common Internet based User Protocols such as HTTP / HTTP 2.0 / NNTP
  • Specialized filtering and Analysis techniques including data traffic reconstruction and viewing

Real-World examples will be utilized throughout the course in conjunction with numerous hands-on exercises to provide field proven, practical analysis skills. Attendees will receive a student guide including numerous reference files and networking and forensics tools, as well as a library of reference documents.

Student quotes
“Extremely satisfied with the training. Very helpful instructor and great teaching methods”
“If there’s a packet, it can be WireSharked!!”
“It is a perfect course and meet for what I came to achieve”
“Great for network analyses or forensic investigations”
“It was one of the best courses I have ever attended”
“Packets don’t lie”

More more information and registration visit: SCOS Training