Cyber Security Training

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Introduction

Cyber Security Workshop Security within the campus network has become an area that the network and system administrators need to focus more on. This workshop will focus on empowering the system administrators on how to secure the services and servers with in the campus and also empower the network administrators on how to secure the campus network

Objective

This training will enable the network and system administrators run secure services within the campus network.

Who should Attend?

This course is designed for system and network administrators who are interested in learning and implementing best practices for running a secure and stable campus network.

Participants

Institution Name
1 Africa International University Florence Ngusi
2 CUEA Ms. Irene Misoi
3 Dedan Kimathi University of Technology Alex Kuria
4 Egerton University Erick Rotich
5 Embu Universiity Alex Kangethe
6 HELB Mukiria chacha
7 JKUAT Salome Wachira
8 KEMRI-UCFS Geroge Njogu
9 KEMU Patrick Irungu
10 Kenyatta University Henry Kamau
11 Kirinyaga Isaac Kairu
12 Kisumu Polytechnic Henry Dola
13 MMUST Mulongo Rawlings,
14 MT. Kenya University Mr. Antony Mungai
15 Pwani University Mr. Kenneth Cheruiyot
16 St. Pauls University Dennis Mutegi
17 Strathmore University Charles Kiilur
18 UMMA John Maiyo
19 University of Eldoret Albert Onyango.
20 UoN Robert Achanga
21 MMARAU Moses Nooseli
22 EASA Phillip Buyu
23 KENET John Sarun
24 KENET Ann Inapat
25 Maseno University Jerry Owango

Cyber Security Training Topics

1. Day 1 : Introduction to Computer Security & Security domains

2. Day 2 : Web Security

3. Day 3 : Network and Wireless Security

4. Day 4 : Ethical hacking and penetration testing

5. Day 5 : Cryptography & Public Key Infrastructure

Day 1

8.30-9 Introduction & welcome

Introduction to Cyber Security

Security Domains

Security Architecture and Design/Designing with Cybersecurity in mind


Day 2

Web Attacks and Threats

Assessment and Mitigation

Securing Web Server/services labs

Day 3

Network Threats and Attack Types

Network Security and Defense with lab

Switching Security ?

Day 4

Ethical Hacking

Introduction

Footprinting and Recon

Social Engineering + Labs

Denial of Service + Labs

Day 5

Cryptography and PKI

SSL Configuration on web server LABS

Trainers

Peter Muia PM

Ronald Osure RO

Paul Nzau PN

Maureen Wanja MW

Martin Njau MN

Timetable

Day 8.30-10.30 10.30-10.50 10.50-13.00 1300-1400 1400-1600 1600-1620 1620-1800
Monday Welcome

and registration,[[1]] Introduction to Cyber Security,[[2]] MW

Tea Break Security

Domains,[[3]] PM

Lunch Security [[4]]

Architecture and Design RO

Tea Break Wireless

Security [[5]] MW

Tuesday Web

Attacks and Threats [[6]] PM

Assessment

and Mitigation PM

Securing

Web Server/services labs [[7]] [[8]] MN MN/RO

Securing

Web Server/services labs [[9]]

CSF LAB [[10]] RO/MN

Wednesday Network

Threats and Attack Typesn[[11]] PN

Firewalls
pf, iptables [[12]]

MN

Firewalls

and Defense with lab [[13]]

MN

Switching

Security[[14]]

PN

Thursday Ethical Hacking Introduction [[15]]

PM

Footprinting

and Recon [[16]] RO

Social,Engineering[[17]] + Labs

Ping Lab[[18]]

Dig Lab[[19]]

NMAP lab[[20]]

Banner Grabbing Lab[[21]]

Social Eng. LAB [[22]]

RO/PM

Denial

of Service [[23]] DOS Lab [[24]] RO/PM

Friday Cryptography

and PKI PM

PKI Introduction [[25]]

Comodo [[26]]

Summary steps to generate SSl Certificates[[27]]

SSL

Configuration on web server LABS SSL CSR CERT Lab [[28]]

Apache install SSL Cert [[29]]

RO/MN


Photo Gallery

The photo gallery can be accessed here: [[30]]

Recordings

The training sessions were recorded and cab be accessed below:


Day 1 - [[31]]

Day 2 - [[32]]

Day 3 - [[33]]

Day 4 - [[34]]

Day 5 - [[35]]