Wireless Hacking and Countermeasures

Course Overview

The Wireless Hacking & Countermeasures course is a hands-on training workshop that has been developed to provide attendees with the skills required to:

• Assess their wireless infrastructure
• Interpret the results of their assessment
• Eradicate discovered vulnerabilities

During this hands on one day course you will attack our lab wireless network from both an external and internal perspective.

The course material is delivered via a mix of theory and hands on labs to ensure you gain maximum skills transfer.

 Course Outcomes

Upon completion of this course you will be able to:

• Perform a wireless vulnerability assessment and exploit discovered vulnerabilities
• Gain privileged access to wireless systems using the latest hacking techniques
• Interpret the results of the tools used during the assessment
• Eradicate discovered vulnerabilities

 Benefits

As an attendee you will gain:

• The skills and tools to assess wireless infrastructure
• The Assessment Tool Kit
• 8 CPE credits

 Who Should Attend This Course?

This course is relevant to attendees who are interested in or responsible for wireless network security including:

• IT Professionals
• IT Managers
• IT Security Officers
• Wireless Network Managers

Prerequisites

The following skills are desirable:

• Administrating a wireless network
• Administrating Windows
• TCP/IP

Upcoming Courses

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‘I thoroughly enjoyed my day with Sec-1, the live hacking was a real eye opener. It showed how online tools are readily available for hackers to use, which has led me to take preventative steps to ensure this doesn't happen to our network. Overall an informative day which I would actively recommend to others.'

Paul Bargewell
Charnwood Borough Council