Course Details

Wireless Security

course Instructor-led

Students study IEEE802.11 WLAN standards. Various types of threats and attacks in wireless networks are discussed. They examine security models used in WLANs including IEEE 802.11i and Wi-Fi protected Access (WPA and WPA2). Students explore passive wireless discovery, and active attacks. Through hands-on activities, students examine different types of wireless tools and appliances used to avoid and protect against wireless attacks as well as discuss the best options for implementation.

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CAD 550



56 hours




This course is part of the following program(s)

1. Applied Cybersecurity Fundamentals

Why This Course?


Upgrading Skills

After completing this course, students will be able to:

  1. Explain how security information can be gathered using various techniques.

  2. Describe the vulnerabilities of original IEEE 802.11 authentication and WEP.

  3. Identify security measures against threats and attacks in wireless networks.

  4. More...


Employment Opportunity

  • Various IT positions


Main Topics

  • Wireless Security Overview

  • Wireless Security Risks, Legacy IEEE 802.11 Security

  • SOHO 802.11 Security Model, Enterprise 802.11 Security Model

  • Enterprise WLAN Architecture, WLAN Security Infrastructure

  • 802.11 Fast Secure Roaming, Wireless Security Monitoring

  • Wireless Security Policies


Training Methods

  • Offered online

  • Computer-based training

  • Supervised practical

  • Hands-on

  • Other