Windows Server 2003 Incident Preparation & Response (IP&R) DS-IA300.06
This course was created by DISA and is hosted on CDSE's learning management system STEPP. This course does not have a final exam.
Description: This course familiarizes students with information assurance (IA) mechanisms used in Microsoft Windows Server 2003. This course is intended for IA Level II Technicians and Managers and for review by Level III Technicians and Managers. Level I IA Technicians and Managers can use the course to prepare for the network responsibilities of Level II positions. In this course, students learn about the IA mechanisms used in Microsoft Windows Server 2003. The course describes file systems, administrative procedures, server management, and folder and file permissions. Topics on security policy, archiving, logs, host and network-based intrusion detection, as well as third-party tools are provided. Finally, students are provided guidance for incident response including preparation, reaction, notification, recovery options, and working with law enforcement.
Course Resources: N/A
This course is designed to enable students to:
- Demonstrate server management in Microsoft Windows Server 2003
- Identify additional defenses and demonstrate their deployment in Microsoft Windows Server 2003
- Identify appropriate response and recovery options
Length: 5 hours
Target Audience: Department of Defense (DoD) information system users and other U.S. Government personnel and contractors within the National Industrial Security Program
Number of Student per Course: N/A
- Clearance Requirement: N/A
- Attendance Requirement: N/A
- Exam Requirements: N/A
- ACE Credit Recommendation: (What's this?) N/A
- Continuing Education Units per IACET: N/A
- Professional Development Units per SPeD: 15
Additional System Requirements: Check if your system is configured appropriately to use STEPP.
CDSE courses are intended for use by Department of Defense and other U.S. Government personnel and contractors within the National Industrial Security Program.