IPv6 Security Migration PDF Print E-mail
Written by Justin Jones   
Tuesday, 29 November 2011 21:57

Class Length:  Four Days

Course Description:

The move from IPv4 to Ipv6 is inevitable. The IPv4 address space has been exhausted and the new protocol is placing demands on networks to be upgraded to handle the additional traffic created by a variety of new applications and devices. Migrating to the new protocol requires planning and a clear migration path to provide a smooth transition from one network architecture to another, reduce risks and minimize costs.
The IPv6 security course offers hands-on training teaching the latest security issues related to IPv6. You will learn how to recognize and proactively mitigate IPv6 attacks by configuring both IPv6 Access-Control List (ACL) and creating firewall statefull rules. Hands-on labs will be used to re-enforce topics discussed during class. IPv6 hacking tools will be used to actively attack ACL and firewall configurations.

What You’ll Learn:

  • Learn how to write an IPv6 security policy and best practices
  • Create ACL and reflexive ACLs to protect your companies network
  • Make firewalls IPv6 aware
  • Build objects and perform firewall filtering
  • Review IPSec filtering and configure IPSec tunnels
  • Learn security issues related to IPv6 tunneling
  • Discuss and learn to protect against IPv6 extension headers attacks
  • Review different recon attacks and exploits within the enterprise network
  • Implement security policies on local operating systems and servers
  • Configure packet filtering on firewalls and routers

Who Needs to Attend:

Security administrators, technicians and managers or anyone requiring an extensive overview of IPv6 security

Course Prerequisites:

  • Introduction to IPv6 course

Download course outline: IPv6 Security Outline

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