Cybersecurity, attack techniques, and countermeasures: Learn about the latest hacker techniques and find out how to defend yourself against advanced attacks with limited security budget and time. The course uses realistic exercises to teach the basics of cybersecurity. The selection of the practical course content is based on the prestigious Mitre Att&ck project. The theoretical part is based on industry standards such as: NIST Standards, CIS Benchmarks, OWASP and PTES. In the course, we consistently change the perspective between attack and defense on every topic. This enables participants to derive direct defensive measures and quick wins from the experience of the practical laboratory exercises. The course is also discusses advanced topics such as antivirus bypass, WAFs, intrusion protection systems, firewalls, spam gateways, proxy whitelisting, sandboxes, EDRs, and XSS filters.
Who should attend
The entry-level course is aimed primarily at IT security officers, IT administrators (client, server, network), programmers, IT engineers, and security operation center (SOC) operators, as well as anyone who wants evaluate security risks from an attacker’s perspective in order to defend.
Basic computer skills
The aim of the course is to impart technical and organizational knowledge in the field of IT security, so that the participants can make meaningful decisions in their daily work with the goal of efficient and sustainable improvement of IT security. Numerous hands-on exercises enable you to detect, repel, or address existing vulnerabilities.