Prof. Shankar Raman completed his BE (Computer Science and
Engineering) from Sri Venkateswara College of Engineering, University of
Madras. He obtained his M Sc (Engineering) from Indian Institute of Science
Bangalore, and Ph. D. from Indian Institute of Technology Madras. He has about
2 and half decades of Industrial experience working for Companies such as Wipro
Infotech R&D, HCL HP R&D, and HCL Cisco Offshore Development Centre.
Shankar Raman has successfully created two startup companies: one in the area
of consulting, and the other in the area of Network Storage product
development. He is currently with RISE Lab in the Department of Computer
Science and Engineering, IIT Madras. He has published about 20 research papers
in the areas of VLSI Design, Computer Architecture, Networking, Software
Testing, Internet Power Consumption, and holds a well cited patent in the area
of Network Security.
Prof. Vasan holds an undergraduate and masters degree from BITS Pilani and have been working in the IT Industry for close to 25 years now. Vasan has been working with different leading IT companies in many capacities both in India and abroad in the areas of network management, network appliance development and security domains. He has been working close to 7 years with Cisco Systems and have been part of the engineering of different Cisco products. He has also been involved with engineering a network storage appliance product for a start up company. Currently, Vasan is acting as a senior technical consultant for different organizations and institutions like Secure engineering group in the Computer Science department of IIT (Chennai) in designing and developing indigenous technology solutions in the areas of network and security under the ‘Make in India’ initiative. As part of professional career, Vasan has also been associated in delivering training programs in the areas of Operating System, Computer Networks, Programming Languages, Network Security and Storage Networking to top IT service companies in India as well as premier educational universities.
Week 1: Short evaluation on scripting, Networking basics (Contents of IS L3) - Introduction to Kali Linux
Week 2: Layer 2 and Layer 3 Discovery using Kali Linux with demo/practice
Week 3: Layer 4 discovery using Kali Linux with demo/practice – Port scanning feature in Kali Linux with demo/practice
Week 4: Finger printing (Specific OS details and vulnerabilities) in Kali Linux with demo/practice
Week 5: DoS and Web Application Scanning in Kali Linux with Demo/practice - Automating Kali Linux with tools
Week 6: Network Forensics: An introduction and acquisition of evidence - Analysis and tools of network packets and flows
Week 7: Unplugged: Wireless Network Forensics Tools and Scripts - Network Forensics: Intrusion and Detection using Snort tool
Week 8: Network Forensics: Network devices (Switches,Routers, Firewalls) and Proxies