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Tuesday, January 5, 2016

Organizational Systems Wireless Auditor (OSWA)

Why take professional certification?
Professional certification uses a formal process to identify and acknowledge individuals who have met a recognized standard. Usually this standard includes education, experience, and an exam of knowledge, skills, and abilities needed to perform the job.

About OSWA
The Organizational Systems Wireless Auditor® (OSWA™) is an international wireless auditing and pentesting certification course which focuses specifically on providing IT professionals with the technical knowledge and skills of how to practically and technically conduct and execute wireless security audits & penetration tests against both wireless infrastructures and wireless clients. With many countries announcing wireless internet access initiatives, attending the OSWA™ will give you a solid grounding in how to audit the security of wireless networks and clients.

The OSWA™ focuses primarily on providing attendees with the technical knowledge, methodology and skills to execute a wireless audit/penetration test. The OSWA™ is designed by wireless security professionals from the ground up to teach penetration-testing and security. Using ThinkSECURE's 5E Attacker Methodology™ as a framework, the programme covers topics such as Radio Frequency (RF) and RF Spectrum Analysis, 802.11 frame analysis, advanced wireless LAN penetration techniques, RFID security weaknesses, Probemapping and wireless client targeting and building/hacking wireless hardware. Attendees will also learn how to geographically isolate and hunt down wireless hackers, moochers and other unauthorized wireless users using ThinkSECURE's MoocherHunter tool, which is not authorized to be taught in any other non-ThinkSECURE-related certification course.

Singapore Polytechnic is the one and only Educational Authorized Training Center of ThinkSECURE in Singapore. The OSWA course is available to all DISM students. More details can be found in this URL.
 

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