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DoD Intrusion Detection System (IDS) Analysis - Part 1
Introduction to IDS Analysis

Date 03/11 - Ver 1.0

This interactive presentation is designed for newly appointed DoD Intrusion Detection System analysts. This course takes each student through a series of lessons which range from basic computer security concepts to real world IDS analyst examples. It focuses on what the IDS analyst should look for when investigating suspicious IDS alert logs while defending DoD networks. The topics covered in this course are: IDSes and the DoD; Networking Fundamentals; IDS Overview; Implementing IDSes; and Advanced Concepts in Incident Detection. Students are advised to review such concepts as TCP/IP and the OSI model prior to taking this course. (Length - 3.5 hrs)
 
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DoD Intrusion Detection System (IDS) Analysis - Part 2
Date 01/12 - Ver 1.0

This interactive presentation is designed for DoD Computer Network Defenders that regularly review CND tool logs and network data. This course takes the student through a series of lessons which range from a description of tools to perform intrusion analysis on raw network packet data to techniques for identifying malicious traffic. The focus is on what a CND analyst should be looking for when investigating the alert logs of CND tools while defending DoD networks. The topics covered in this course are: Sniffers; Wireshark and the Analysis Process; Client-Side Attacks; and Bots and Botnets. It is recommended that students complete the Introduction to IDS Analysis WBT before taking this course. (Length - 3 hrs)
 
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DoD Intrusion Detection System (IDS) Analysis - Part 3
CND Analysis: A Structured Approach to Intrusion Analysis

Date 01/13 - Ver 1.0

This training is packaged as a single product containing two distinct courses, CND Analysis: A Structured Approach to CND Analysis and DoD Intrusion Detection Systems: Custom Rules. The "CND Analysis" course is for DoD Computer Network Defenders, from the novice analyst to the most advanced, to clarify the role of the CND analyst and provide a methodical approach that they can use in conducting CND analysis. The "Custom Rules" course is designed for Computer Network Defense Infrastructure Support (CND-IS) specialty or other personnel contributing to the administration of IDS rule sets. The goal of the IDS Analysis Part 3 training is to clarify the role of the CND analyst and to propose a framework to use in conducting CND analysis that would be adaptable to their unique work environments. It is recommended that students complete the Introduction to IDS Analysis WBT and DoD Intrusion Detection System (IDS) Analysis Part 2 before taking this course. (Length - 2 hrs 10 min)
 
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DoD Intrusion Detection System (IDS) Analysis - Part 4
CND Analysis: Incident Analysis and Response

Date 03/13 - Ver 1.0

This course is for Computer Network Defense (CND) analysts and members of contractual organizations employed by the DoD to further equip CND analysts with the knowledge and skills needed to be effective in this role. This training is centered around the procedures used to conduct CND analysis within the DoD. The course provides analysts with some of the tactics, techniques, and procedures needed in conducting CND incident analysis and in developing appropriate responses. (Length - 1 hr)
 
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Domain Name System (DNS) Advanced Concepts - (*DoD PKI Cert req'd)
Date 10/09 - Ver 1.0

This training is intended for Managers and Systems Administrators working with the Domain Name System, DNS. The training builds on the DNS Basic Concepts training to enhance understanding of DNS within the DoD. This lesson contains a short introduction, a discussion of DNS troubleshooting, a discussion on maintaining performance and security of DNS, and a brief summary. The two main content areas will each take approximately 60 minutes to complete, depending on your familiarity with the material and your learning style. The entire module should take approximately 150 minutes if completed all at one time.
 
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Domain Name System (DNS) Basic Concepts Overview
Date 04/09 - Ver 1.0

This training is intended for Managers and Systems Administrators working with the Domain Name System, DNS. The training presents the basics concepts of DNS from both operational and security perspectives. In this lesson, you will learn about the functions and components of DNS, DoD policy requirements, basic DNS server administration and basic mechanisms for DNS security. This lesson has four main content topics, and should take approximately 60 minutes to complete, depending on your familiarity with the material and your learning style. Following the lesson introduction, the first content topic briefly describes the DNS. The next topic covers policy requirements, namely the information assurance hierarchy. The next two topics introduce DNS server administration, and basic DNS security mechanisms. At the end of this lesson, there is a brief summary.
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​UNIX Security for System Administrators

UNIX security basics for Systems Administrators course has been removed. Please check back often for the new Systems Administration courses currently in production.
 
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​Windows Server 2003 Incident Preparation & Response

Windows Server 2003 Incident Preparation & Response Part 1 and 2 courses have been removed. Please check back often for the new Windows Server courses currently in production.