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Intelligence Analysis and Cyber Threat Modeling
Threat Intelligence Analysis allows analysts to gain tactical, operational, and strategic advantages for customers of their intelligence product. Using highly developed analytical skills, analysts can maximize the benefits and efficiency of their supporting technology and automation, and significantly increase the security posture of their organization.
The Introduction to Intelligence Analysis and Cyber Threat Modeling course presents military grade concepts that are currently available only in intelligence schools and government agencies. Students will be provided with knowledge of core principles such as the Target-Centric Intelligence Life Cycle, Analytical Skill Development, Collection Management, Targeting Models, Structured Analytic Techniques, and considerations for creating high-performing Intelligence Teams.
The target audience for this course includes cybersecurity personnel serving in roles such as SOC Analysts, Law Enforcement Investigators, Red and Blue Team Members, and Threat/Warning Intelligence Analysts.
Cyber Risk Management and Recovery Planning
Facing daily risks to long-term success from a wide range of threats — cyber-attacks, human error, technical failures, and natural disasters — organizations must create practical plans to sustain their vital operations, security posture, industry reputation, and brand image.
The Introduction to Cyber Risk Management and Recovery Planning course addresses the critical topics and skills needed to ensure continuity of operations under adverse conditions. Students will be presented with knowledge of core foundational principles such as Risk Management Frameworks, Qualitative and Quantitative Analysis, Asset Inventories and Resource Profiles, BCP design, Cloud Computing Agreements, Cloud Security, and Legal Requirements related to Cloud Storage Solutions.
The target audience for this certification course includes Cybersecurity Operations Planners, Risk Management personnel, Information Assurance Specialists, and professionals employed by Emergency Management Agencies.
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 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 certification course includes Cybersecurity Analysts, Computer Science and Information Technology students, and entry-level professionals employed by Security Operations Centers.
Cyber Incident Response and Remediation Strategies
As organizations rely on expanding infrastructure in an increasingly hostile threat landscape, the escalation of incidents poses critical risks to information systems and networks. The ability to identify threats and respond to incidents is vital to the survival of the operation.
The Introduction to Cyber Incident Response and Remediation Strategies course addresses the critical topics and skills needed to identify and response to a variety of network incidents. Students will be presented with knowledge of core foundational principles such as The Incident Response Life Cycle, Indicators of Compromise, Investigative Techniques, Threat Intelligence Collection, Containment of Malicious Actors, Considerations for Effective Remediation, and steps to ensure complete eradication of the incident.
The target audience for this certification course includes Threat Assessment Analysts, Network Security professionals, Information Security students, and Blue Team professionals employed by Security Operations Centers.
Cybersecurity Defense and Operations
Organizations face ongoing threats to their information technology infrastructure daily. These security struggles need to be approached with modern techniques and a diverse body of knowledge. With the proper tools and training, specialists in the Cybersecurity fields will be more capable of finding success in their roles.
The Introduction to Cybersecurity Defense and Operations course addresses the critical topics and skills needed to ensure a robust security posture is maintained. Students will be presented with knowledge of core foundational principles such as Threat Intelligence Analysis, Vulnerability Management, Biometric Systems, Incident Response, Securing Systems with Cryptography, and implementation strategies of the NICE Cybersecurity Workforce Framework.
The target audience for this certification course includes Cybersecurity Analysts, college students pursuing Information Assurance and Technology disciplines, and entry-level professionals employed in any cybersecurity role.
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