The training platform features a library of self-paced, virtual courses combining instructional lecture with hands-on lab work. Each course offers a focused, deep dive into a specialized area of cybersecurity and ranges in length from 2 to 16 hours. Courses are available at varying levels of complexity: Beginner, Practitioner, Advanced and Bridge to Security Management.
Contains three courses covering packet analysis, Linux, and network application. Certificate exams sold separately.
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Covering blockchain basics as well as the topics of the Internet of Things (IoT) and prevalent attacks.
Students will gain an understanding of forensic documentation and data recovery methods.
An hands-on introduction to penetration testing.
OWASP gives students an understanding on how each of these vulnerabilities that puts organizations at risk.
Learn advanced tactics for penetration testing.
Learn advanced forensics techniques.
Learn how to practically apply blockchain basics.
Apply fundamental cybersecurity concepts in a live environment.
Train and sharpen your skills related to the OWASP Top 10 web application security vulnerabilities.
Learn Linux commands, create objects, and establish network connections.
Establish and secure networks from scratch.
Leverage packets to characterize networks, devices, and people.
Learn, test, and earn three of ISACA’s most prestigious certificates in less than 6 months.
Earn certificates in packet analysis, Linux, and network application. Includes 3 courses and 3 certificate exams.
Learn to identify threats before they impact your system.
Learn how to gain access and maintain access to a system.
Leveraging hashing tools, students will learn how to ensure that data is not compromised post-incident.
Learn how to detect odd DNS activity and isolate samples of the traffic.
Filter and parse packets to detect if the corporate intellectual property is being smuggled from their organization.
Leverage Nmap to understand what services their computers are running.
The first step in computer forensics is obtaining a copy of the computers hard drive in question.
Identify nodes and services on an internal network.
Identify what happened to a corporate webserver which was severely damaged during an attack.
Learn to Secure Web Browsers.
Uunderstand how to archive and hash non-compromised data and back it up to a safe location.
In these labs, students will get more practice with MBSA, as well as be introduced to the Linux Tiger IDS.
Add rules to protect your specific network devices from potential threats.
Test Chrome extensions for security flaws.
Learn how to ensure no backdoors or additional compromises exist on a system after an attack.
Test your red team and blue team skills in this capture-the-flag style challenge.
Students will interact with a username and password leak from a web app.
Generate nefarious logs and use tools to analyze.
Learn about honeypot implementation.
Investigate a possible data breach in your company.
Get familiar with Security Onion and its functions.
Conduct audits of Linux systems.
Students taking this course will learn how to detect when a potential MitM attack is occurring.
Mobile forensics is similar to computer forensics but there are a few nuances to the task.
Analyze a flood script built with Scapy
Identify critical data using passive computer forensic techniques.
Gain an understanding of bash scripting and batch file execution.
This lab will teach students how to create Snort rules for web-based attacks and how to manage alerts in Sguil.
Implement typical network diagnostic tools to determine the type of issue an end user is having.
Students will experience a situation where a former employee poses a serious threat to the company network.
Categorize network security incidents.
In this course, students learn how to change firewall rules to block unacceptable traffic.
Perform a phishing attack and illustrate the importance of cybersecurity awareness when browsing the internet.
Students will experience the different components of a distributed denial of service attack.
Learn how home automation coupled with AI algorithms are becoming a part of everyday life.
Use tools to identify and detect Cryptojacking malware.
Firewall routers will help protect your network from external and internal threats.
Gain an understanding of how home devices impact the field of cybersecurity.
Gain an understanding of how to conduct malware analysis.
Identify and detect VPNFilter malware.
Students will learn how to restore important, unaltered information by leveraging secure copy.
Students will identify web application cookies, interact with Burp, and a MITM attack.
Students will be exposed to SQL injection attacks and learn how to implement the elements of prevention.
Conduct testing against newly developed web applications to ensure they do not pose a risk.