Course Title: Cyber Security Foundation 2015

Description:
“Learn to Investigate cyber security threats and master techniques needed to protect your network.”
Training Category:
Information Technology
Target Audience:
IT Administrator, System Engineers, Webmasters, CTOs, CIOs, IT heads and managers.
Duration:
3 Days
Course Introduction ›
This is a 3-Day Cyber Security Foundation 2015 training for all IT personnel who concern about the infrastructure security of their organization. In this cyber security training, you'll gain the awareness of all challenges in designing a secure system for your organization. You'll also learn the current trends of cyber security threats and their impact on company losses. In this workshop, you'll also have a chance to deal with live viruses, such as botnets, worms, and Trojan Horses.
Course Objectives ›
At the end of this cyber security workshop, participant should be able to understand the following:

  • Understanding TCP/IP
  • Vulnerability Assessment
  • Cyber Awareness
  • Cyber Scanning
  • Cyber Attacks and Passwords
  • Cyber Attacks and Backdoors
  • Risk Assessment
  • Security Policies
  • Host Security
  • Covert Communications
  • Authentication and Cryptography
  • Snort IDS
  • Forensic Analysis
  • Business Continuity Plan

Course Outline ›
DAY 1
Workshop 1: Workshop Setup

  • Access the Virtual Workshop Environment
  • Configure BackTrack and Redhat Security Spin
  • Rebuild Your Physical Computer

Workshop 2: Understanding TCP/IP

  • Convert Binary to Decimal
  • Convert Decimal to Binary
  • Convert Hexadecimal to Decimal
  • Analyze Wireshark Traffic

Workshop 3: Vulnerability Assessment

  • Use Nessus
  • Identify Coding Issues

DAY 2
Workshop 4: Cyber Awareness

  • Identifying Social Engineering Attacks
  • Detect Phishing Using Internet-Based Tools

Workshop 5: Cyber Scanning

  • Trace Domains and IP Addresses
  • Map Web Site Content with Teleport Pro
  • Use Cheops for Graphical Display of Network
  • Use GFI LanGuard
  • Scan Using Nmap
  • Scan Using Zenmap
  • Perform Banner Grabbing

Workshop 6: Cyber Attacks and Passwords

  • Crack Passwords via the GUI
  • Crack Passwords via the CLI
  • Hide Files with NTFS

    Workshop 7: Cyber Attacks and Backdoors

  • Perform Netcat Banner Grabbing
  • Perform Netcat Shoveling
  • Use Netcat to Port Scan
  • Create and Detect a Trojan

DAY 3
Workshop 8: Risk Assessment

  • Review Profile and Complete a Criticality Ranking
  • Complete a Criticality Review
  • Complete a Threat Profile
  • Evaluate the Support Policy and Cost

Workshop 9: Security Policies

  • Review Security Policies
  • Develop an Incident Response Policy

Workshop 10: Host Security

  • Use the RECUB Trojan
  • Identify the RECUB Service
  • Harden the System

Workshop 11: Covert Communications

  • Hide Messages Using S-Tools
  • Use Spam Mimic

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