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Classroom-Based courses will resume in January 2023 after the holiday season. These courses can be offered to groups of six (6) students or more as needed, separate from those courses listed on the public training calendar. For more information, please contact Phase2 at (912) 335-2217 if you represent a group requiring training on specific dates and at specific times.
Network Cyber Defense and Investigations
As digital crime increases exponentially, the need for investigative expertise in corporate, government, and academic sectors has increased as well. Defending networks and maintaining a strong security posture is the primary mission for those individuals tasked with this responsibility.
The Introduction to Network Cyber Defense and Investigations certification course addresses the critical topics and skills needed to ensure organizational networks remain secure and functional for its users. Students will be presented with knowledge of core foundational principles such as Enterprise Network Devices, Network Services, Host and Network Forensic Analysis, Evidence Collection, Chain of Custody Requirements, and Reporting and Documentation requirements.
The target audience for this course includes Cybersecurity Analysts, Computer Science and Information Technology students, and entry-level professionals employed by Security Operations Centers.
NICE Cybersecurity Framework Alignment
This Phase2 Advantage course is a component of the career progression track that supports the required Categories, Specialty Areas and Work Roles as defined by the National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education (NICE) Cybersecurity Workforce Framework. It provides a common language to speak about cyber roles and jobs and can be referenced to define professional requirements in cybersecurity.
Course Chapter Outline
01: The Risks and Threats Posed to Modern Networks
02: Fundamentals of Secure Network Architecture
03: The Functionality and Value of Network Devices
04: Overview of Enterprise Network Services
05: Principles of Identity and Access Management
06: Securing Systems and Data Using Cryptography
07: Biometric Identification and Security Technologies
08: Investigations, Evidence, and Chain of Custody
09: Principles of Data Acquisition and Analysis
10: Network Monitoring and Traffic Analysis
11: Network Forensic Data Collection Considerations
12: Investigating Windows System Environments
13: Investigating Web Applications and Email
14: Vulnerability Assessment and Management
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Partnership and Affiliation with the Technical College System of Georgia
Phase2 Advantage has partnered with Savannah Technical College and the Technical College System of Georgia to offer several cybersecurity courses for individuals who wish to pursue certification programs and enhance their career opportunities. Formats for training include classroom, instructor-led online, and self-paced training. For more information, please contact Savannah Technical College at (912) 443-3012 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.