This course focuses on the area of information security with the aim of introducing students to techniques for detecting and preventing computer attacks.
The course aims to develop a professional profile that enables the reduction of risks derived from computer threats in companies and public entities. Participants are expected to acquire the necessary knowledge to understand and put into practice the basic procedures of the entire security cycle: from risk measurement to forensic analysis, including system auditing and monitoring of elements.
The activity is entirely practical in nature, whereby at least 50% of the time will be based on the resolution of different cases by means of the knowledge acquired with the help of a highly qualified professional.
Previous knowledge of TCP/IP networks and Linux systems at user level is required. It is not necessary for the student to have previous knowledge of computer security.
IT security managers in the ICT departments of organisations who want to access the Network Security Manager Accreditation or update and update their knowledge in the field of cybersecurity, IT and/or telecommunications students who want to focus their professional career in the area of IT security or professionals interested in expanding their theoretical and practical knowledge in a subject of growing importance for IT departments and internal control of organisations.