Thursday, June 13, 2024

DDoS Protection Bootcamp – Free Training Course to Improve Your DDoS Protection Skills

The DDoS Protection Bootcamp is the First-Ever Free online Training Portal for IT security and network ops professionals to improve their DDoS protection skills.

A distributed DoS attack aims to exhaust the resources of a network, application or service so that genuine users cannot gain access and the DDoS is the one when an attacker uses multiple network resource to attack the specific target.

The DDoS Protection Bootcamp offers in-depth technical training in DDoS protection and challenging quizzes. You will get a high-level understanding of DDoS and the common motivations of attackers.

Topics covered with DDoS Protection Bootcamp

Introduction to DDoS
Volumetric Attacks
Protocol Attacks
Application Level (Layer 7) Attacks
Reflection Attacks
Understanding Risks
Mitigation Techniques
DDoS Trends

This comprehensive training covers from basic to advanced levels of course and you pick the one based on your requirements and proceed at your own pace.

Each and every topic followed with quiz varies between Basic and Advanced levels and the training also includes a final exam which covers all the eight topics.

The main drivers behind DDoS attacks remain the same: politics and ideology, vandalism and online gaming. Yes, gamers will DDoS a gaming infrastructure just to gain a competitive advantage in playing and winning an online game.

An organization should always ensure and focus on maximum Protection level for enterprise networks and you can try a free trial to Stop DDoS Attack in 10 Seconds. Also, Check Your Company’s DDOS Attack Downtime Cost.

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