Lunarline's School Of Cyber Security Offers New Course: Assessing Network Vulnerabilities
ARLINGTON, Va., June 6, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Lunarline, Inc., has launched a new course to provide Assessing Network Vulnerabilities training to information technology and cyber security professionals. Security professionals are overwhelmed by abundant security advisories, intrusion and firewall alerts, and vulnerability reports. They must continually control their exposure and rapidly respond to current security threats by effectively detecting vulnerabilities and implementing preventative measures.
This class has previously been provided to DoD customers and is now available to government employees and commercial customers alike. The 4-day instructor led course exposes students to known exploits and teaches them how to run vulnerability scans to better secure networks, servers and workstations. Students will learn to conduct vulnerability scans of networks, servers and workstations, assess the risk to their systems from specific vulnerabilities, and manage an ongoing vulnerability assessment process.
Lunarline's primary training facility is located in Arlington, VA. Lunarline also offers a mobile option to teach at a client site with as little as 6 students. For course descriptions, dates, and more information, visit www.schoolofcybersecurity.com or call Melissa Dawson at (571) 481-9307.
Lunarline is a leading and award winning provider of cyber security and privacy solutions, specialized services, and certified security training to all US Federal Government (Civilian, DoD, and IC), as well as to customers in selected commercial markets. Lunarline is a VA Certified Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) and is a recipient of the DOT Cyber Security Excellence Award and was named as one of America's Fastest-Growing Private Companies in the Inc. 5000. For more information, visit www.lunarline.com.
Melissa Dawson, Director of Training