04/22/2013 - 04/23/2013
This course will focus on auditing Windows workstations and servers. Workstations and servers in their default condition are poorly secured. Participants will walk through the process to identify:
This is a hands-on, interactive course. Each participant will be provided with a computer workstation loaded with scanning/testing tools. We will methodically walk through how to use the tools (including port scanners and vulnerability scanners) to identify vulnerabilities and the configuration settings needed to harden the weak configurations.
Participants will receive instruction in the use of the tools, followed by time focused on practicing the audit of workstations and servers, while interacting with experienced IT auditors. Participants should have a working understanding of Windows operating systems and basic networking concepts.
Participants will leave the session with increased confidence to audit workstations and network servers, an understanding of key default configurations to look for and how to harden these configurations, working tools that can be used to analyze and audit the network environment and more effective IT audits for their organization.
Start Time: 8:30 am Day One
End Time: Noon Day Two
Instructor: Mark Eich and Randall J. Romes
Who should attend: Internal audit managers, internal audit directors, IT auditors, IT managers and IT system administrators.
ICBA Member: (prior to March 22) $495 / (after March 22) $595
12 CPE Credits
Program Level: Basic-Intermediate
To make your hotel reservations, contact Embassy Suites Hotel Bloomington at (952) 884-4811
Reservation Deadline: 4/1/2013
For more information, call 800-422-7285.