TheCIW Web Security Associate Certification is a vendor-neutral, entry-level credential. This certification validates your skills to establish effective security policies, and teaches candidates about the different types of hacker activities that they are most likely to encounter. This certification is targeted at IT security officers, firewall administrators, application developers, systems administrators, and network server administrators. The CIW Web Security Associate certification exam objectives are as follows:
Applying security principles and identify security attacks
Identifying firewall types and define common firewall terminology
Defining encryption and the encryption methods used in inter-networking
Using universal guidelines and principles of effective network security to create effective specific solutions
Planning a firewall system that incorporates multiple levels of protection, including firewall system design, proactive detection, setting traps, security breach response, security alerting organizations
Defining the significance of network security, and identify various elements of an effective security policy, including risk factors, security-related organizations, key resources to secure, general security threat types, access control
Here are the skills measured in the CIW Web Security Associate certification exam:
Corporate network security policies
Ports and protocols that hackers manipulate
Preventing and managing hacker penetration
Proactive detection and response/reporting methods
Authentication procedures, encryption standards and implementations
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Requirements for CIW Web Security Associate Certification
There are no pre requisites recommended by CIW for the Web Security Associate certification exam.