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Master Diploma In Computer Ethical Hacker & Server Administrator

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Master Diploma In Computer Ethical Hacker & Server Administrator

ALMA offers many job oriented computer courses.”Master Diploma In Computer Ethical Hacker & Server Administrator” is one of the ALMA approved course.The detailed contents of this course is in the attachment.

COURSE CODE : MS-04

ELIGIBILITY : 12th 

DURATION : 1 Year

SYLLABUS

 

 

Basic of Networking

 

  • An Introduction to Networking , Networking Standards and the OSI Model , Transmission Basics and Networking Media , Introduction to TCP/IP Protocols , Topologies and Ethernet Standards , Network Hardware , WANs and Remote Connectivity , Wireless Networking ,Network Operating Systems , In-Depth TCP/IP Networking , Voice and Video Over IP ,Network Security , Troubleshooting Network Problems , Ensuring Integrity and Availability ,Network Management .

 

Server Administrator

 

Application components

  • Know what operations can be performed with each client tool (Repository Manager, Designer, Workflow Manager, Workflow Monitor).
  • Know the purpose and uses for each of the windows in the client tools (Output window, Details window, Navigator window, Task View, Gantt Chart View, etc).
  • Be able to specify which components are necessary to perform various development and maintenance operations.

Nomenclature

  • Be able to define all object types and properties used by the client and server tools.
  • Be familiar with the properties of the Repository server and the Informatics server.
  • Know the meaning of the terms used to describe development and maintenance operations.
  • Know how to work with server variables.
  • Understand the relationships between all Power Center object types.
  • Know which tools are used to create and modify all objects.

 

Repository server

 

  • Know how each client and server component communicates with relational databases.
  • Be familiar with the connectivity options that are available for the different tools.
  • Know the requirements for using various types of ODBC drivers with the client tools.
  • Know the meaning of all database connection properties.
  • Be familiar with the sequence of events involving starting the Repository server.
  • Know which repository operations can be preformed from the command line.

Installation

 

  • Understand the basic procedure for installing the client and server software.
  • Know what non-Informatics hardware and software is required for installation.
  • Be familiar with network related requirements and limitations.
  •  Know which components are needed to perform a repository upgrade.
  •  Be familiar with the data movement mode options.      

 

 

Security

 

  • Be familiar with the security permissions for application users.
  • Be familiar with the meaning of the various user types for an Informatics system.
  • Know the basic steps for creating and configuring application users.
  • Understand how user security affects folder operations.
  • Know what passwords are needed to install new client software.

Object sharing

 

  • Understand the differences between copies and shortcuts.
  • Know which object properties are inherited in shortcuts.
  • Know the rules associated with transferring and sharing objects between folders.
  • Know the rules associated with transferring and sharing objects between repositories.

 

Repository organization and migration

 

  • Understand the various options for organizing a repository.
  • Be familiar with how a repository stores information about its own properties.
  • Be familiar with metadata extensions.
  • Know the capabilities and limitations of folders and other repository objects.
  • Know what type of information is stored in the repository.

 

Designing Security for Microsoft Networks

 

Introduction to Designing Security :-- Introduction to Designing Security for Microsoft Networks Creating a Plan for Network Security  :-- Introduction to Security Policies , Defining a Process for Designing Network Security , Creating a Security Design Team

Identifying Threats to Network Security :-- Introduction to Security Threats , Predicting Threats to Security

Analyzing Security Risks  :-- Introduction to Risk Management , Creating a Risk Management Plan

Creating a Security Design for Physical Resources  :-- Determining Threats and Analyzing Risks to Physical Resources , Designing Security for Physical Resources

Creating a Security Design for Computers :-- Determining Threats and Analyzing Risks to Computers , Designing Security for Computers

Creating a Security Design for Accounts :-- Determining Threats and Analyzing Risks to Accounts , Designing Security for Accounts

Creating a Security Design for Authentication :-- Determining Threats and Analyzing Risks to Authentication , Designing Security for Authentication

Creating a Security Design for Data :-- Determining Threats and Analyzing Risks to Data , Designing Security for Data

Creating a Security Design for Data Transmission :-- Determining Threats and Analyzing Risks to Data Transmission , Designing Security for Data Transmission

Creating a Security Design for Network Perimeters :-- Determining Threats and Analyzing Risks to Network Perimeters , Designing Security for Network Perimeters

 

The Business & Legal Issues Of Ethical Hacking :-- Introduction to Ethical Hacking , System Hacking , Hacking WebServers , Email Hacking , PART XXIII – Cyber Forensics Basics , The Pre Attack Phases

 

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