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Cyber Leader Course (CLC)


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Summary:

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The Applied Technology Institute (ATI) is pleased to announce a Cyber Leader Course. This two-day course familiarizes leaders with the processes, techniques, and terminology used by cyber professionals to explain, discover, and prevent threats to enterprise networks and sensitive business information. To gain hands-on insights, students in this class take on the role of a sophisticated hacker and learn to attack a private company in a lab environment using real techniques and easily accessible tools. The exercises in this course are designed to teach managers to make better decisions in order to protect their organization's critical information. Students will leave the class with in-depth knowledge of the current cyber environment, modern exploitation techniques, and the technical terminology used by security professionals.

Tuition:

Instructor:

Charles Spera is a Security/Defense Research Analyst and instructor. He has over 10 years of experience as a Naval Officer in both the Information Professional and Information Warfare communities. His experience spans both offensive and defensive computer network operations, information assurance, and signals intelligence. He has also served as an instructor and subject matter expert for a variety of topics in the cyber security and network operations fields.

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What you will learn:

To gain in-depth and hands-on insights, you will take on the role of a sophisticated threat and learn to attack a company in our lab environment using real techniques and easily accessible tools. In this class you will use real exploits against simulated targets. For example, you will perform spear-phishing attacks against email addresses found in your scenario. Our remote target computers will check their email and open your exploit attachments and links sent.

All exploits are performed in a realistic network with routing, public IP addresses and domain names. But don't worry! Our network is safely sandboxed to prevent any accidents. A secure environment is provided where you can learn and practice new skills without worrying about inadvertently crashing the Internet.

The exercises in this course are designed to enable you to make better decisions in order to protect your organization's critical information. You will leave the class with knowledge about the current cyber environment, modern exploitation techniques, and an understanding of cyber terminology used by security-minded professionals.

Course Outline:

    1. Cyber Threat Landscape Overview Current real world hacking events, hacker methodologies, and common exploitation techniques

    2. Threats and Malware Overview Types of malware (worms, viruses and rootkits), and hacker strategies to bypass network defense

    3. Cyber Policy Roles in the cyber workforce and applicable policies in the field cybersecurity

    4. Cyber Defensive Strategies Cyber defense operations, functions of security devices such as firewalls, intrusion detection systems, and antivirus, and the importance of reverse engineering to future defense strategies

    5. Incident Response Functions of incident response teams, different roles and types of analysts and modern techniques of incident response

Course Length:

2 (two) days

Course Tuition:

$1,500.00

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