In Lesson 1 of Web Security School, our guest instructor, Michael Cobb, teaches you how to plan and perform a secure installation of your Web server's operating system and services. He also explains detailed hardening procedures, and how to secure other network services such as FTP and SMTP, as well as setting up access control and security policies. Finally, you will learn how to set up secure remote management and recovery procedures.
Guest instructor Michael Cobb lays the groundwork for locking down a Web server before it goes live. This tutorial begins with a look at Web server hardening procedures, followed by access control and security policies. Mike also explains how to secure other network services such as SMTP and FTP, and the best way to prepare recovery plans and backup procedures. You will come away from this webcast with a checklist to ensure your IIS Web server is secure and ready for the online world. This webcast is available on-demand. Through our agreement with (ISC)², all CISSP and SSCP participants who attend this webcast can earn one CPE credit.
Michael Cobb, CISSP-ISSAP, is a renowned security author with more than 10 years experience in the IT industry and another 16 years experience in finance. He is the founder and managing director of Cobweb Applications Ltd., a consultancy that offers IT training and support in data security and analysis. He co-authored the book IIS Security and has written numerous technical articles for leading IT publications. Cobb is also a Microsoft Certified Database Administrator and a Microsoft Certified Professional.
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