ECCouncil 312-38 : EC-Council Network Security Administrator (ENSA) Exam
The ECCouncil 312-38 EC-Council Network Security Administrator exam is a 2-hour exam with 50 multiple choice questions. It is necessary for the ENSA certification and can also be applied toward the Federal Security certification. The test will cover the analysis of internal and external security threats, the evaluation of security and design, and the development of effective security policies.
The overall program is designed for experienced individuals in the field who are looking to increase their specific knowledge of network security. Through the program, candidates can learn aspects of ENSA that will be included on the exam. Training courses, documentation, study guides, etc. can be obtained via the ECCouncil website.
Participants should be aware of Internet standards and the purpose, goals, and role of security policy. Participants should understand the need for network security and the techniques used in network attacks. The different types of security threats, associated terminology and threat statistics should be known. Wireless network security, authentication processes, application threats and countermeasures, increasing router and operating system security, and network troubleshooting strategies will also be tested. A full test outline can be viewed online.