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Cyber Defense Professional

Security+ training course will assist you in preparing for the CompTIA Security+ certification SY0-601 exam through comprehensive material that covers the key objectives and fundamentals to perform core security functions while pursuing an information technology-based career. Successful completion of this course will allow you to assess an organization’s security strength while recommending and implementing appropriate security solutions based on those assessments. Learners will be able to monitor and secure various security environments like cloud, mobile, and IoT (Internet of Things) in addition to obtaining an awareness of applicable laws, policies, and compliance standards. Also, you will be able to identify, analyze, and properly respond to security incidents.

Cybersecurity skills are applicable in a variety of IT (Information Technology) positions and have become imperative in security-related roles. With an estimated 31 percent employment increase projected over the next ten years according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, demand for security professionals is high. Learning comprehensive workplace security skills allows you to become a knowledgeable go-to source for reducing liabilities, risk, and other expenses for an organization.

This course offers enrollment with or without a voucher. The voucher is prepaid access to sit for the certifying exam upon eligibility. After completing the course, you can set up your own exam dates and times at a nearby testing center.

Ethical hacking certification is a unique way to set yourself apart from other IT professionals and add even more value to your organization. As a certified ethical hacker, you’ll use the same techniques as the bad guys to assess security and identify weaknesses, except you’ll use these hacking powers for good.

To put it one way, “To beat a hacker, you need to think like a hacker.” This course will immerse you into the hacker mindset, putting you in the driver’s seat of hands-on activities. You will scan, test, hack, and secure your own systems. You will learn the five phases of ethical hacking (reconnaissance, gaining access, enumeration, maintaining access, and covering your tracks) and the ways to approach your target and succeed at breaking in every time.

This accredited course provides you with advanced hacking tools and techniques so that you can assess the security posture of an organization with the same approach these malicious hackers use. You’ll be able to identify weaknesses and fix the problems before they are identified by the enemy, preventing what could potentially be catastrophic damage to your organization. This is sure to help you get ahead in your current and future positions.

Upon completion of this course, you will be prepared to sit for the Certified Ethical Hacker Exam 312-50, offered by EC-Council. This course also includes a voucher which covers the fee of the exam.

Cyber Security Analyst  CySA+ is the only intermediate high-stakes cybersecurity analyst certification with both hands-on, performance-based questions and multiple-choice questions.

CySA+ focuses on the candidates ability to not only proactively capture, monitor, and respond to network traffic findings, but also emphasizes software and application security, automation, threat hunting, and IT regulatory compliance, which affects the daily work of security analysts.

 CySA+ covers the most up-to-date core security analyst skills and upcoming job skills used by threat intelligence analysts, application security analysts, compliance analysts, incident responders/handlers, and threat hunters, bringing new techniques for combating threats inside and outside of the Security Operations Center (SOC).

As attackers have learned to evade traditional signature-based solutions, such as firewalls and anti-virus software, an analytics-based approach within the IT security industry is increasingly important for organizations. CompTIA CySA+ applies behavioral analytics to networks to improve the overall state of security through identifying and combating malware and advanced persistent threats (APTs), resulting in an enhanced threat visibility across a broad attack surface. It will validate an IT professional’s ability to proactively defend and continuously improve the security of an organization.

Certifications:

Testout: SecurityPro

CompTIA Security+

Testout:  Ethical hacker Pro

EC-Council: Certified Ethical Hacker  (CEH)

 
TestOut CyberDefense Pro
 
 
 

Security+

  •  Introduction
    1. Welcome
      1. About the Course
      2. About the Certification
  • Security Foundations
    1. Introduction to Security
      1. Key Terms: Introduction to Security
      2. Flashcards: Introduction to Security
      3. Readings and Resources: Introduction to Security
      4. Slide Deck: Introduction to Security
      5. Self-Assessment: Introduction to Security
      6. Critical Questions: Introduction to Security
      7. Supplemental Projects: Introduction to Security
      8. Complimentary Lecture Prep: Introduction to Security
      9. Access Complimentary Lectures – Security Foundations
      10. Key Terms Practice Quiz: Introduction to Security
      11. Quiz: Part 1
    2. Threat Management
      1. Key Terms: Threat Management
      2. Flashcards: Threat Management
      3. Readings and Resources: Threat Management
      4. Slide Deck: Threat Management
      5. Self-Assessment: Threat Management
      6. Critical Questions: Threat Management
      7. Supplemental Projects: Threat Management
      8. Complimentary Lecture Prep: Threat Management
      9. Access Complimentary Lectures – Threat Management
      10. Key Terms Practice Quiz: Threat Management
      11. Quiz: Part 2
  • Security and Protection
    1. Threats and Attacks
      1. Key Terms: Threats and Attacks
      2. Flashcards: Threats and Attacks
      3. Readings and Resources: Threats and Attacks
      4. Slide Deck: Threats and Attacks
      5. Self-Assessment: Threats and Attacks
      6. Critical Questions: Threats and Attacks
      7. Supplemental Projects: Threats and Attacks
      8. Complimentary Lecture Prep: Threats and Attacks
      9. Access Complimentary Lectures – Threats and Attacks
      10. Key Terms Practice Quiz: Threats and Attacks
      11. Quiz: Part 3
    2. Endpoint Application Development
      1. Key Terms: Endpoint Application Development
      2. Flashcards: Endpoint Application Development
      3. Readings and Resources: Endpoint Application Development
      4. Slide Deck: Endpoint Application Development
      5. Self-Assessment: Endpoint Application Development
      6. Critical Questions: Endpoint Application Development
      7. Supplemental Projects: Endpoint Application Development
      8. Complimentary Lecture Prep: Endpoint Application Development
      9. Access Complimentary Lectures – Endpoint Application Development
      10. Key Terms Practice Quiz: Endpoint Application Development
      11. Quiz: Part 4
    3. Mobile Device Security
      1. Key Terms: Mobile Device Security
      2. Flashcards: Mobile Device Security
      3. Readings and Resources: Mobile Device Security
      4. Slide Deck: Mobile Device Security
      5. Self-Assessment: Mobile Device Security
      6. Critical Questions: Mobile Device Security
      7. Supplemental Projects: Mobile Device Security
      8. Complimentary Lecture Prep: Mobile Device Security
      9. Access Complimentary Lectures – Mobile Device Security
      10. Key Terms Practice Quiz: Mobile Device Security
      11. Quiz: Part 5
  • Cryptography
    1. The Basics
      1. Key Terms: The Basics
      2. Flashcards: The Basics
      3. Readings and Resources: The Basics
      4. Slide Deck: The Basics
      5. Self-Assessment: The Basics
      6. Critical Questions: The Basics
      7. Supplemental Projects: The Basics
      8. Complimentary Lecture Prep: The Basics
      9. Access Complimentary Lectures – The Basics
      10. Key Terms Practice Quiz: The Basics
      11. Quiz: Part 6
    2. Part 7: Keys and Protocols
      1. Key Terms: Keys and Protocols
      2. Flashcards: Keys and Protocols
      3. Readings and Resources: Keys and Protocols
      4. Slide Deck: Keys and Protocols
      5. Self-Assessment: Keys and Protocols
      6. Critical Questions: Keys and Protocols
      7. Supplemental Projects: Keys and Protocols
      8. Complimentary Lecture Prep: Keys and Protocols
      9. Access Complimentary Lectures – Keys and Protocols
      10. Key Terms Practice Quiz: Keys and Protocols
      11. Quiz: Part 7
  • Security on Networks
    1. Networking Threats
      1. Key Terms: Networking Threats
      2. Flashcards: Networking Threats
      3. Readings and Resources: Networking Threats
      4. Slide Deck: Networking Threats
      5. Self-Assessment: Networking Threats
      6. Critical Questions: Networking Threats
      7. Supplemental Projects: Network Threats
      8. Complimentary Lecture Prep: Network Threats
      9. Access Complimentary Lectures = Networking Threats
      10. Key Terms Practice Quiz: Networking Threats
      11. Quiz: Part 8
    2. Network Applications
      1. Key Terms: Network Applications
      2. Flashcards: Networking Applications
      3. Readings and Resources: Network Applications
      4. Slide Deck: Network Applications
      5. Self-Assessment: Network Applications
      6. Critical Questions: Network Applications
      7. Supplemental Projects: Network Applications
      8. Complimentary Lecture Prep: Network Applications
      9. Access Complimentary Lectures – Networking Applications
      10. Key Terms Practice Quiz: Networking Applications
      11. Quiz: Part 9
    3. Cloud and Virtualization
      1. Key Terms: Cloud and Virtualization
      2. Flashcards: Cloud and Virtualization
      3. Readings and Resources: Cloud and Virtualization
      4. Slide Deck: Cloud and Virtualization
      5. Self-Assessment: Cloud and Virtualization
      6. Critical Questions: Cloud and Virtualization
      7. Supplemental Projects: Cloud and Virtualization
      8. Complimentary Lecture Prep: Cloud and Virtualization
      9. Access Complimentary Lectures – Cloud and Virtualization
      10. Key Terms Practice Quiz: Cloud and Virtualization
      11. Quiz: Part 10
    4. Wireless Networks
      1. Key Terms: Wireless Networks
      2. Flashcards: Wireless Networks
      3. Readings and Resources: Wireless Security
      4. Slide Deck: Wireless Networks
      5. Self-Assessment: Wireless Networks
      6. Critical Questions: Wireless Network
      7. Supplemental Projects: Wireless Security
      8. Complimentary Lecture Prep: Wireless Security
      9. Access Complimentary Lectures – Wireless Networking
      10. Key Terms Practice Quiz: Wireless Security
      11. Quiz: Part 11
  • Enterprise Security
    1. Authentication
      1. Key Terms: Authentication
      2. Flashcards: Authentication
      3. Readings and Resources: Authentication
      4. Slide Deck: Authentication
      5. Self-Assessment: Authentication
      6. Critical Questions: Authentication
      7. Supplemental Projects: Authentication
      8. Complimentary Lecture Prep: Authentication
      9. Access Complimentary Lectures = Authentication
      10. Key Terms Practice Quiz: Authentication
      11. Quiz: Part 12
    2. Incidents
      1. Key Terms: Incidents
      2. Flashcards: Incidents
      3. Readings and Resources: Incidents
      4. Slide Deck: Incidents
      5. Self-Assessment: Incidents
      6. Critical Questions: Incidents
      7. Supplemental Projects: Incidents
      8. Complimentary Lecture Prep: Incidents
      9. Access Complimentary Lectures = Incidents
      10. Key Terms Practice Quiz: Incidents
      11. Quiz: Part 13
    3. Resilience
      1. Key Terms: Resilience
      2. Key Terms: Resilience
      3. Flashcards: Resilience
      4. Slide Deck: Resilience
      5. Self-Assessment: Resilience
      6. Critical Questions: Resilience
      7. Supplemental Projects: Resilience
      8. Complimentary Lecture Prep: Resilience
      9. Access Complimentary Lectures = Resilience
      10. Key Terms Practice Quiz: Resilience
      11. Quiz: Part 14
    4. Risk Management
      1. Key Terms: Risk Management
      2. Flashcards: Risk Management
      3. Readings and Resources: Risk Management
      4. Slide Deck: Risk Management
      5. Self-Assessment: Risk Management
      6. Critical Questions: Risk Management
      7. Supplemental Projects: Risk Management
      8. Complimentary Lecture Prep: Risk Management
      9. Access Complimentary Lectures = Risk Management
      10. Key Terms Practice Quiz: Risk Management
      11. Quiz: Part 15
  • Conclusion
    1. Final Exam
    2. Completion Confirmation

Ethical Hacking (CEH)

  1. Introduction to Ethical Hacking
  2. Footprinting and Reconnaissance
  3. Scanning Networks
  4. Enumeration
  5. Vulnerability Analysis
  6. System Hacking
  7. Malware Threats
  8. Sniffing
  9. Social Engineering
  10. Denial of Service
  11. Session Hijacking
  12. Evading IDS, Firewalls and Honeypots
  13. Hacking Web Servers
  14. Hacking Web Applications
  15. SQL Injection
  16. Hacking Wireless Networks
  17. Hacking Mobile Platforms
  18. IoT and OT Hacking
  19. Cloud Computing
  20. Cryptography

CyberSecurity Analyst

1.0 INTRODUCTION
1.1 Introduction to TestOut CyberDefense Pro
1.1.1 TestOut CyberDefense Pro Overview (6:16)
1.1.2 Use the Simulator (14:56)
1.1.3 Explore the New Lab Features (10:19)
2.0 THREAT INTELLIGENCE
2.1 Penetration Testing and Threat Hunting
2.1.1 Penetration Test Process and Types (5:17)
2.1.2 Penetration Test Process and Types Facts
2.1.3 Threat Data and Intelligence (3:20)
2.1.4 Threat Data and Intelligence Facts
2.1.5 Security Intelligence Cycle (3:06)
2.1.6 Security Intelligence Cycle Facts
2.1.7 Threat Hunting Overview (2:48)
2.1.8 Threat Hunting Facts
2.1.9 Threat Actor Types (3:42)
2.1.10 Threat Actor Type Facts
2.1.11 Section Quiz
2.2 Organizational Security
2.2.1 Attack Frameworks (3:36)
2.2.2 Attack Frameworks Facts
2.2.3 Threat Research (2:50)
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2.2.4 Threat Research Facts
2.2.5 Threat Modeling (4:31)
2.2.6 Threat Modeling Facts
2.2.7 Threat Intelligence Sharing (3:03)
2.2.8 Threat Intelligence Sharing
2.2.9 Section Quiz
2.3 Security Controls
2.3.1 Security Frameworks and Policies (4:42)
2.3.2 Security Frameworks and Policies Facts
2.3.3 Security Control Categories and Types (5:43)
2.3.4 Security Control Categories and Types Facts
2.3.5 Section Quiz
3.0 RISK MITIGATION
3.1 Risk Identification Process
3.1.1 Risk Identification Process Overview (5:48)
3.1.2 Risk Identification Process Facts
3.1.3 Section Quiz
3.2 Risk Calculation
3.2.1 Risk Calculation Overview (6:47)
3.2.2 Risk Calculation Facts
3.2.3 Section Quiz
3.3 Risk Communication and Training
3.3.1 Communication and Training Overview (5:01)
3.3.2 Communication and Training Facts
3.3.3 Section Quiz
4.0 SOCIAL AND PHYSICAL SECURITY
4.1 Social Engineering
4.1.1 Social Engineering Overview (4:47)
4.1.2 Social Engineering Overview Facts
4.1.3 Social Engineering Motivation (10:19)
4.1.4 Social Engineering Motivation Facts
4.1.5 Social Engineering Techniques (10:17)
4.1.6 Social Engineering Technique Facts
4.1.7 Phishing and Internet-Based Techniques (5:00)
4.1.8 Phishing and Internet-Based Technique Facts
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4.1.9 Use the Social Engineer Toolkit (4:41)
4.1.10 Identify Social Engineering
4.1.11 Section Quiz
4.2 Physical Security
4.2.1 Physical Security Overview (11:24)
4.2.2 Physical Security Facts
4.2.3 Physical Security Attacks (6:33)
4.2.4 Physical Security Attack Facts
4.2.5 Section Quiz
4.3 Countermeasures and Prevention
4.3.1 Countermeasures and Prevention (8:15)
4.3.2 Countermeasures and Prevention Facts
4.3.3 Implement Physical Security Countermeasures
4.3.4 Section Quiz
5.0 RECONNAISSANCE
5.1 Reconnaissance Overview
5.1.1 Reconnaissance Processes (2:30)
5.1.2 Reconnaissance Process Facts
5.1.3 Reconnaissance Tool Facts
5.1.4 Google Hacking for Office Documents (4:21)
5.1.5 Reconnaissance with TheHarvester (4:51)
5.1.6 Reconnaissance with Nmap (4:15)
5.1.7 Perform Reconnaissance with Nmap
5.1.8 Section Quiz
5.2 Reconnaissance Countermeasures
5.2.1 Reconnaissance Countermeasures (3:02)
5.2.2 View Windows Services (5:12)
5.2.3 Disable Windows Services
5.2.4 View Linux Services (4:06)
5.2.5 Manage Linux Services
5.2.6 Enable and Disable Linux Services
5.2.7 Reconnaissance Countermeasure Facts
5.2.8 Disable IIS Banner Broadcasting (1:47)
5.2.9 Hide the IIS Banner Broadcast
5.2.10 Section Quiz
5.3 Scanning
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5.3.1 Scanning Processes (6:54)
5.3.2 Scanning Process Facts
5.3.3 Scanning Tool Facts
5.3.4 Troubleshoot Connectivity with ping/hping3
5.3.5 Perform a Scan with Nmap (4:37)
5.3.6 Perform an Internal Scan with Nmap
5.3.7 Perform an External Scan Using Zenmap
5.3.8 Perform a Scan with Nmap Scripts (4:39)
5.3.9 Scanning Considerations (5:31)
5.3.10 Scanning Considerations Facts
5.3.11 Scanning and Terminating Processes (6:50)
5.3.12 Scan for Zombie Processes
5.3.13 Section Quiz
6.0 ENUMERATION
6.1 Enumeration Overview
6.1.1 Enumeration (5:56)
6.1.2 Enumerate Operating Systems (6:46)
6.1.3 Enumerate Windows (4:44)
6.1.4 Enumerate a Linux System (6:57)
6.1.5 Enumeration Facts
6.1.6 Enumerate with NetBIOS Enumerator (2:54)
6.1.7 Enumerate Ports and Services Facts
6.1.8 Perform Enumeration with Nmap
6.1.9 Enumerate with SoftPerfect (3:48)
6.1.10 Enumerate with Metasploit (5:48)
6.1.11 Perform Enumeration with Metasploit
6.1.12 Perform Enumeration of MSSQL with Metasploit
6.1.13 Section Quiz
6.2 Enumeration Countermeasures
6.2.1 Enumeration Countermeasures (4:17)
6.2.2 Enumeration Countermeasure Facts
6.2.3 Disable DNS Zone Transfers (12:00)
6.2.4 Prevent Zone Transfer
6.2.5 Section Quiz
7.0 VULNERABILITY MANAGEMENT
7.1 Vulnerability Assessment
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7.1.1 Vulnerability Assessment (9:28)
7.1.2 Vulnerability Assessment Facts
7.1.3 Conduct Vulnerability Scans (4:03)
7.1.4 Section Quiz
7.2 Vulnerability Management Life Cycle
7.2.1 Vulnerability Management Life Cycle (5:46)
7.2.2 Vulnerability Management Life Cycle Facts
7.2.3 Vulnerability Solutions (2:40)
7.2.4 Vulnerability Solution Facts
7.2.5 Section Quiz
7.3 Vulnerability Scoring Systems
7.3.1 Vulnerability Scoring Systems (5:54)
7.3.2 Vulnerability Scoring System Facts
7.3.3 Section Quiz
7.4 Vulnerability Analysis
7.4.1 Vulnerability Assessment Tools (7:24)
7.4.2 Vulnerability Assessment Tool Facts
7.4.3 Vulnerability Scan Analysis (4:31)
7.4.4 Configure a Nessus Scan (3:17)
7.4.5 Analyze Scan Results from a Nessus Report (2:59)
7.4.6 Vulnerability Scan Analysis Facts
7.4.7 Scan for Vulnerabilities on a Windows Workstation
7.4.8 Scan for Vulnerabilities on a Linux Server
7.4.9 Section Quiz
8.0 IDENTITY AND ACCESS MANAGEMENT SECURITY (IAM)
8.1 Identity and Access Management Security
8.1.1 Identity and Access Management (5:28)
8.1.2 Identity and Access Management Facts
8.1.3 Federation (3:50)
8.1.4 Federation Facts
8.1.5 Single Sign-On (4:12)
8.1.6 Single Sign-On Facts
8.1.7 Section Quiz
8.2 Privilege Escalation
8.2.1 Privilege Escalation in Windows (3:51)
8.2.2 Use Bootable Media to Modify User Accounts (6:31)
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8.2.3 Crack the SAM Database (4:11)
8.2.4 Change a Windows Password (3:04)
8.2.5 Privilege Escalation in Windows Facts
8.2.6 Configure User Account Control (6:59)
8.2.7 Enforce User Account Control
8.2.8 Use Fail2Ban (4:01)
8.2.9 Escalate Privileges with Curl (2:54)
8.2.10 Explore Privilege Creep (4:14)
8.2.11 Section Quiz
8.3 Identity and Access Management Threats
8.3.1 Identity and Access Management Threats Overview (4:41)
8.3.2 Identity and Access Management Threats Facts
8.3.3 Keylogger Attack (5:19)
8.3.4 Analyze a USB Keylogger Attack
8.3.5 Use Rainbow Tables (3:34)
8.3.6 Analyze Passwords using Rainbow Tables
8.3.7 Crack Passwords (8:26)
8.3.8 Crack Password-Protected Files (3:30)
8.3.9 Crack a Router Password (6:37)
8.3.10 Use L0phtCrack to Audit Passwords (2:47)
8.3.11 Configure Password Policies (10:42)
8.3.12 Configure Account Password Policies
8.3.13 Section Quiz
8.4 Certificate Management
8.4.1 Certificate Types (4:12)
8.4.2 Certificate Types Facts
8.4.3 Manage Certificates (12:15)
8.4.4 Manage Certificates
8.4.5 Section Quiz
9.0 CYBERSECURITY THREATS
9.1 Malware
9.1.1 Malware Overview (5:14)
9.1.2 Malware Overview Facts
9.1.3 Trojans and Backdoors (7:20)
9.1.4 Trojan and Backdoor Facts
9.1.5 Malware Concerns (6:36)
9.1.6 Malware Concern Facts
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9.1.7 Malware Analysis (5:13)
9.1.8 Malware Analysis Facts
9.1.9 Create a Virus (2:41)
9.1.10 Create a HTTP Trojan (3:13)
9.1.11 Use ProRat to Create a Trojan (3:16)
9.1.12 Section Quiz
9.2 Combat Malware
9.2.1 Anti-Malware Software (4:08)
9.2.2 Scan for Open Ports with Netstat (3:03)
9.2.3 Track Port Usage with TCPView (2:32)
9.2.4 Anti-Malware Software Facts
9.2.5 Detect Open Ports with Nmap
9.2.6 View Open Ports with netstat
9.2.7 Scan for Open Ports from a Remote Computer
9.2.8 Counter Malware with Windows Defender
9.2.9 Reverse Engineering Overview (8:05)
9.2.10 Perform Reverse Engineering (5:04)
9.2.11 Inspect HTTP Requests with Tamper Data (3:12)
9.2.12 Navigate the DVWA Website (4:32)
9.2.13 Reverse Engineering Facts
9.2.14 Section Quiz
9.3 Sniffing
9.3.1 Sniffing (7:48)
9.3.2 Sniffer Facts
9.3.3 Sniff Network Traffic with Wireshark (6:51)
9.3.4 Sniff Network Traffic with TShark (2:57)
9.3.5 Capture Traffic with TCPDump (5:42)
9.3.6 Use SMAC to Spoof MAC Addresses (3:39)
9.3.7 Poison ARP (5:07)
9.3.8 Analyze ARP Poisoning with Wireshark
9.3.9 Poison DNS (6:20)
9.3.10 Analyze DNS Spoofing
9.3.11 Filter and Analyze Traffic with Wireshark
9.3.12 Analyze Email Traffic for Spoofed Addresses
9.3.13 Analyze Email Traffic for Sensitive Data
9.3.14 Sniffing Countermeasures and Detection (4:38)
9.3.15 Detect Promiscuous Mode (3:17)
9.3.16 Sniffing Countermeasure and Detection Facts
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9.3.17 Section Quiz
9.4 Session Hijacking
9.4.1 Session Hijacking Overview (4:43)
9.4.2 Session Hijacking Facts
9.4.3 Client-Side and Network Attacks (8:16)
9.4.4 Client-Side and Network Attack Facts
9.4.5 Perform a Man-in-the-Middle DHCP Attack (6:55)
9.4.6 Analyze a DHCP Spoofing Man-in-the-Middle Attack
9.4.7 Analyze HTTP POST Packets with Wireshark
9.4.8 Set Up a Web Session Hijack (3:39)
9.4.9 Hijack a Web Session
9.4.10 Session Hijacking Countermeasures (3:56)
9.4.11 Session Hijacking Countermeasure Facts
9.4.12 Section Quiz
9.5 Denial of Service
9.5.1 Denial of Service (DoS) Overview (5:45)
9.5.2 Denial of Service (DoS) Facts
9.5.3 DoS Attack Types (5:18)
9.5.4 DoS Attack Type Facts
9.5.5 Perform a SYN Flood (6:21)
9.5.6 Perform and Analyze a SYN Flood Attack
9.5.7 Analyze ICMP Traffic in Wireshark
9.5.8 Launch a DoS and DDoS Attack (5:42)
9.5.9 Analyze a DoS Attack
9.5.10 Analyze a DDoS Attack
9.5.11 DoS Countermeasures (4:39)
9.5.12 DoS Countermeasure Facts
9.5.13 Section Quiz
9.6 SQL Injections
9.6.1 SQL Injection (7:19)
9.6.2 SQL Injection Facts
9.6.3 SQL Injection Attack Types (5:27)
9.6.4 SQL Injection Attack Facts
9.6.5 Exploit SQL on a Web Page (4:01)
9.6.6 Explore SQL Injection Flaws
9.6.7 SQL Injection Countermeasures (3:43)
9.6.8 SQL Injection Countermeasure Facts
9.6.9 Find SQL Injection Flaws with sqlmap (4:22)
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9.6.10 Test a Web Application with Burp Suite (7:06)
9.6.11 Detect SQL Injection Flaws with Burp Suite
9.6.12 Section Quiz
10.0 INFRASTRUCTURE SECURITY
10.1 Intrusion Detection Systems
10.1.1 Security Monitoring (6:39)
10.1.2 Security Monitoring Facts
10.1.3 Intrusion Detection System (IDS) (8:20)
10.1.4 Intrusion Detection System (IDS) Facts
10.1.5 Evade IDS (10:20)
10.1.6 Evade IDS Facts
10.1.7 Intrusion Detection and Prevention with Snort (6:18)
10.1.8 Intrusion Detection and Prevention with Suricata (3:23)
10.1.9 Implement Intrusion Prevention with pfSense
10.1.10 Section Quiz
10.2 Firewalls
10.2.1 Firewalls (10:33)
10.2.2 Firewall Facts
10.2.3 Evade Firewalls (7:16)
10.2.4 Evade Firewalls Facts
10.2.5 Configure a Perimeter Firewall (6:50)
10.2.6 Configure a Perimeter Firewall
10.2.7 Avoid Firewall Detection (5:22)
10.2.8 Perform a Decoy Scan
10.2.9 Bypass Windows Firewall with Metasploit (3:47)
10.2.10 Bypass Windows Firewall with Nmap
10.2.11 Configure NPS Remote Access (6:46)
10.2.12 Create a Remote Access Policy
10.2.13 Protect Remote Access with NPS
10.2.14 Section Quiz
10.3 Honeypots and DNS Sinkholes
10.3.1 Honeypots (4:41)
10.3.2 Honeypot Facts
10.3.3 Evade Honeypots (4:25)
10.3.4 Evade Honeypots Facts
10.3.5 Detect Malicious Network Traffic with a Honeypot (3:24)
10.3.6 Create a Honeypot with Pentbox
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10.3.7 Blackholing and DNS Sinkholing (4:14)
10.3.8 DNS Sinkholes Facts
10.3.9 Section Quiz
10.4 Web Servers
10.4.1 Web Server Hacking (6:12)
10.4.2 Web Server Hacking Facts
10.4.3 Web Server Attacks (7:09)
10.4.4 Web Server Attack Facts
10.4.5 Mirror a Website with HTTrack (2:14)
10.4.6 Extract Web Server Information (4:31)
10.4.7 Extract Web Server Information with Nmap
10.4.8 Analyze FTP Credentials with Wireshark
10.4.9 Web Server Countermeasures (5:47)
10.4.10 Web Server Countermeasures Facts
10.4.11 Evaluate Webserver Security
10.4.12 Section Quiz
10.5 Network Access
10.5.1 Network Access Control (NAC) (7:31)
10.5.2 Network Access Control (NAC) Facts
10.5.3 Permissions (6:43)
10.5.4 Permission Facts
10.5.5 Change File Permissions with icacls (4:56)
10.5.6 Section Quiz
10.6 Web Applications
10.6.1 Web Applications (6:42)
10.6.2 Web Application Facts
10.6.3 Web Application Hacking (6:25)
10.6.4 Web Application Hacking Facts
10.6.5 Overflow Attacks (7:18)
10.6.6 Overflow Attacks Facts
10.6.7 Hidden Field Manipulation Attacks (2:28)
10.6.8 Exploit Cross-Site Scripting Vulnerabilities (3:03)
10.6.9 Test the Security of a Web Application 1
10.6.10 Test the Security of a Web Application 2
10.6.11 Web Application Countermeasures (6:44)
10.6.12 Scan a Website with Acunetix (4:22)
10.6.13 Web Application Countermeasure Facts
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10.6.14 Set Up URL Blocking (7:24)
10.6.15 Configure URL Blocking
10.6.16 Section Quiz
10.7 Specialized Technology
10.7.1 Embedded Systems (5:04)
10.7.2 Embedded Systems Facts
10.7.3 Controller Systems (5:14)
10.7.4 Controller Systems Facts
10.7.5 Premises and Automotive Systems (5:17)
10.7.6 Premises and Automotive Systems Facts
10.7.7 Use Windows Defender Application Control (5:38)
10.7.8 Configure Windows Defender Application Control
10.7.9 Section Quiz
11.0 WIRELESS AND IOT SECURITY
11.1 Wireless Security
11.1.1 Wireless Overview (7:44)
11.1.2 Wireless Facts
11.1.3 Wireless Encryption and Authentication (9:17)
11.1.4 Wireless Encryption and Authentication Facts
11.1.5 Wireless Hacking (9:26)
11.1.6 Wireless Hacking Facts
11.1.7 Wi-Fi Packet Analysis (5:35)
11.1.8 Crack Wi-Fi Encryption with Aircrack-ng (5:41)
11.1.9 Discover a Hidden Network
11.1.10 Wireless Hacking Countermeasures (9:12)
11.1.11 Wireless Hacking Countermeasure Facts
11.1.12 Detect a Rogue Device (5:54)
11.1.13 Discover a Rogue DHCP Server
11.1.14 Locate a Rogue Wireless Access Point
11.1.15 Set Up a Captive Portal (6:21)
11.1.16 Configure a Captive Portal
11.1.17 Section Quiz
11.2 Bluetooth Security
11.2.1 Bluetooth Threats (7:58)
11.2.2 Bluetooth Threats Facts
11.2.3 Discover Vulnerable Bluetooth Devices (4:10)
11.2.4 Discover Bluetooth Devices
11.2.5 Section Quiz
11.3 Mobile Device Security
11.3.1 Mobile Device Attacks (6:05)
11.3.2 Mobile Device Attack Facts
11.3.3 Mobile Device Operating Systems (8:18)
11.3.4 Mobile Device Operating System Facts
11.3.5 Exploit Android with Binary Payloads (7:19)
11.3.6 Securing Mobile Devices (7:23)
11.3.7 Secure a Mobile Device
11.3.8 Mobile Device Defense (7:09)
11.3.9 Mobile Device Management Facts
11.3.10 Section Quiz
11.4 Cloud Security
11.4.1 Cloud Computing (9:40)
11.4.2 Cloud Computing Facts
11.4.3 Cloud Threats (7:11)
11.4.4 Cloud Threats Facts
11.4.5 Cloud Attacks (6:00)
11.4.6 Cloud Attacks Facts
11.4.7 Cloud Security (7:08)
11.4.8 Cloud Security Facts
11.4.9 Secure Files in the Cloud (3:54)
11.4.10 Use ScoutSuite to Analyze a Cloud Infrastructure (3:41)
11.4.11 Section Quiz
11.5 Internet of Things Security
11.5.1 Internet of Things (7:28)
11.5.2 Internet of Things Facts
11.5.3 IoT Technologies and Protocols (12:49)
11.5.4 IoT Technologies and Protocols Facts
11.5.5 IoT Security Challenges (7:52)
11.5.6 IoT Security Challenge Facts
11.5.7 IoT Security (5:50)
11.5.8 IoT Security Facts
11.5.9 Search for IoT with Shodan (4:39)
11.5.10 Scan for IoT with Nmap (3:24)
11.5.11 Scan for Vulnerabilities on IoT
11.5.12 Section Quiz
12.0 INFRASTRUCTURE ANALYSIS
12.1 Hardware Analysis
12.1.1 Hardware Assurance (4:55)
12.1.2 Hardware Assurance Facts
12.1.3 Encrypt Data (4:33)
12.1.4 Encrypt a Hard Disk (6:27)
12.1.5 Encrypt a Hard Drive
12.1.6 Segmentation (4:28)
12.1.7 Segmentation Facts
12.1.8 Secure Processing (2:31)
12.1.9 Secure Processing Facts
12.1.10 Section Quiz
12.2 Security Information and Event Management (SIEM)
12.2.1 Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) Overview (4:05)
12.2.2 SIEM Review Facts
12.2.3 Set Up Security Appliance Access (7:48)
12.2.4 Configure a Security Appliance
12.2.5 Configure Security Appliance Access
12.2.6 Use Security Onion v2 – Hunter (6:52)
12.2.7 Use Security Onion v2 – Kibana (3:57)
12.2.8 Evaluate Network Security with Kibana
12.2.9 Evaluate Network Security with Hunter-1
12.2.10 Evaluate Network Security with Hunter-2
12.2.11 Section Quiz
12.3 Log Review
12.3.1 Log Review Overview (4:21)
12.3.2 Log Review Facts
12.3.3 Configure Centralized Logging with Cisco Devices (1:58)
12.3.4 Use pfSense to Log Events (6:00)
12.3.5 Evaluate Event Logs in pfSense (4:33)
12.3.6 Log Events with pfSense
12.3.7 Evaluate Event Logs in pfSense
12.3.8 Log Events with Event Viewer (5:17)
12.3.9 Windows Event Subscriptions (2:53)
12.3.10 Configure Collector-Initiated Subscriptions (6:01)
12.3.11 Configure Source-Initiated Subscriptions (7:46)
12.3.12 Windows Event Subscription Facts
12.3.13 Evaluate Windows Log Files
12.3.14 Analyze Network Traffic with NetworkMiner (4:18)
12.3.15 Section Quiz
12.4 Asset and Change Management
12.4.1 Asset Management Overview (6:26)
12.4.2 Asset Management Facts
12.4.3 Supply Chain Overview (4:28)
12.4.4 Supply Chain Facts
12.4.5 Change Management Overview (2:55)
12.4.6 Change Management Facts
12.4.7 Section Quiz
12.5 Virtualization Management
12.5.1 Virtualization Management Overview (7:04)
12.5.2 Virtualization Management Facts
12.5.3 Section Quiz
13.0 SOFTWARE ASSURANCE
13.1 Software Development Overview
13.1.1 Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) Integration (4:41)
13.1.2 Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) Integration Facts
13.1.3 Service-Oriented Architectures (5:46)
13.1.4 Service-Oriented Architectures Facts
13.1.5 Assessment and Coding Practices (8:38)
13.1.6 Assessment and Coding Practices Facts
13.1.7 Section Quiz
13.2 Automation
13.2.1 Automation Overview (5:26)
13.2.2 Automation Facts
13.2.3 Automation Technologies (5:43)
13.2.4 Automation Technologies Facts
13.2.5 REST API Facts
13.2.6 Section Quiz
14.0 DATA ANALYSIS
14.1 Data Analysis and Protection
14.1.1 Data Privacy Overview (11:15)
14.1.2 Data Privacy Technical Controls (9:28)
14.1.3 Data Privacy Facts
14.1.4 Data Loss Prevention (DLP) (4:33)
14.1.5 Data Loss Prevention (DLP) Facts
14.1.6 Data Monitoring Methods (8:13)
14.1.7 Data Monitoring Methods Facts
14.1.8 Rule and Query Writing (3:29)
14.1.9 Rule and Query Writing Facts
14.1.10 Section Quiz
14.2 Hashing
14.2.1 Hashing (3:56)
14.2.2 Hashing Algorithms (3:00)
14.2.3 Hashing Facts
14.2.4 Verify MD5 Hash Integrity (2:54)
14.2.5 Compare an MD5 Hash
14.2.6 Section Quiz
14.3 Digital Forensics
14.3.1 Digital Forensics Overview (6:32)
14.3.2 Digital Forensics Facts
14.3.3 Forensic Software (5:20)
14.3.4 Forensic Software Facts
14.3.5 Search Memory Dump for Malware (9:08)
14.3.6 Forensic Techniques Overview (5:27)
14.3.7 Forensic Techniques Facts
14.3.8 Create a Forensic Drive Image with FTK (7:26)
14.3.9 Create a Forensic Drive Image with Guymager (5:27)
14.3.10 Create a Forensic Drive Image with DC3DD (6:03)
14.3.11 Examine a Forensic Drive Image with Autopsy (6:13)
14.3.12 Examine a Forensic Drive Image
14.3.13 Section Quiz
14.4 Email Analysis
14.4.1 Email Analysis Overview (6:11)
14.4.2 Email Analysis Facts
14.4.3 Section Quiz
15.0 INCIDENT RESPONSE
15.1 Incident Response – Preparation
15.1.1 Incident Response Overview (3:27)
15.1.2 Incident Response Overview Facts
15.1.3 Incident Response Preparation (8:19)
15.1.4 Incident Response Preparation Facts
15.1.5 Section Quiz
15.2 Incident Response – Detection and Containment
15.2.1 Detection and Analysis (4:39)
15.2.2 Detection and Analysis Facts
15.2.3 Indicators of Compromise (2:49)
15.2.4 Indicators of Compromise Facts
15.2.5 Containment (3:49)
15.2.6 Containment Facts
15.2.7 Section Quiz
15.3 Incident Response – Eradication and Recovery
15.3.1 Eradication (4:13)
15.3.2 Eradication Facts
15.3.3 Wipe Disk Space (7:20)
15.3.4 Wipe an Entire Disk with Darik’s Nuke (9:37)
15.3.5 Recovery (3:55)
15.3.6 Recovery Facts
15.3.7 Recover Deleted Files with Recuva (2:46)
15.3.8 Post-Incident Activities (4:38)
15.3.9 Post-Incident Activities Facts
15.3.10 Section Quiz
15.4 Indicators of Compromise
15.4.1 Network-Related Indicators of Compromise (5:14)
15.4.2 Network-Related Indicators of Compromise Facts
15.4.3 Create a DNS Tunnel with dnscat2 (4:58)
15.4.4 Host-Related Indicators of Compromise (7:42)
15.4.5 Host-Related Indicators of Compromise Facts
15.4.6 View Process Information
15.4.7 Application-Related Indicators of Compromise (3:50)
15.4.8 Application-Related Indicators of Compromise Facts
15.4.9 Section Quiz

Requirements:

Hardware Requirements:

  • This course can be taken on either a PC or Mac. Mac users are encouraged to have access to a Windows environment on their device.
  • A reliable Internet connection of at least 1 Mbps – to view video tutorials.
  • Headphones or speakers connected to your computer – to listen to video tutorials.
  • Any web cam with a minimum of 640×480 video pixel resolution – including both external and built-in web cams.
  • A microphone connected to your computer.

Software Requirements:

  • PC: Windows 10 or later.
  • Mac: macOS 10.6 or later.
  • Browser: The latest version of Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox are preferred. Microsoft Edge and Safari are also compatible.
  • Authority to install software on your computer.
  • Software must be installed and fully operational before the course begins.
  • Email capabilities and access to a personal email account.

Note: The Online Lab System is compatible with PC and Mac computers. All students are provided detailed instructions for setting-up a home virtual lab system as well.

To enroll in this program,  you should have Highschool Level education and basic knowledge of computer hardware and operating systems—for example, how to power up and log on to a machine, how to use a mouse and keyboard, and basic Microsoft Windows navigation skills. In addition, You have to pass the testout Pro Perfomance based exams before you tackle the CompTIA exams

George Davis

Energetic, results driven Information Technology Expert with extensive experience in corporate and government information technology strategies. Expert knowledge in Client/Server Windows and Unix environments; Cisco Routing and Switching deployment and administration. Excel in Integrating virtualization, cyber security and cloud services to maximize the potential of existing technology options. Solid background in managing complex technology projects with cross functional teams. Dedicated to delivering a superior end user experience by balancing technical expertise with rapport building skills.

Retired US Army NCO where he held manny technology positions. George continued his IT Career in the following jobs: Technology Instructor, System Administration, Network Technology Specialist, System Engineer, Help Desk Support,

He holds a dual Master of Science Degree in Information Technology and Human Resource Development from Webster University St lious Mo.

Technology Certification:

Microsoft:  MOS, MCP, MCSA, MCSE, MCITP (Security, Exchange, SharePoint)
Cisco:  CCNA, CCDA, CCNP
CompTia:  A+, Network+, Security +, Linux+
Oracle:  PL/SQL
ProSoft: Certified Internet Webmaster
Dapartment of Defense Security Clearance
(DOD8570.1 certificates)

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Does this course prepare for a certification?

Yes, this course will prepare you for the PcPro/Network Pro/ Security Pro / CompTIA A+/Network+/Security+  Certificate exams and you will receive exam vouchers after successful completion of the program and financial obligation.

When can I start this course?

This course is open enrollment, so you can register and start the course whenever you are ready. Access to your course can take 24-48 business hours.

How long does it take to complete this course?

After you register, you will have up to 6 months to complete the course. The time allotted for completion has been calculated based on the number of course hours.

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Upon successfully passing the final exam, you will be awarded a certificate of completion from the school or organization that you registered through.

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Tekskills courses will help you gain the skills you need to obtain an entry-level position in most cases. However, you should always research the job market in your area before enrolling.

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