You will:

  • Understand the incident response process and how it is implemented in a cybersecurity operational context
  • Demonstrate proficiency with the privacy and controls required in best practice cybersecurity operations, as detailed in NIST 800-53
  • Prove capability with common security principles and best practice, such as Defense in Depth (DiD) and Least Privileges
  • Possess a detailed knowledge and understanding of the MITRE ATT&CK Framework
  • Identify how MITRE ATT&CK is used within a cybersecurity operational context and the benefits to the organization
  • Recognize the cyber kill chain model, how it is used, and how it benefits security operations
  • Explain the OWASP Top 10 and the typical vulnerabilities within each category
  • Possess a fundamental knowledge and working understanding of networks and network security
  • Display a fundamental knowledge and working understanding of Windows OS and Windows Security
  • Demonstrate a fundamental knowledge and working understanding of Linux CLI and be able to use terminal to perform a variety of basic cybersecurity-related tasks and actions
  • Perform basic log analysis using Linux CLI; Basic SIEM analysis using Splunk; Basic packet analysis using Wireshark; Basic incident response and investigations post-incident, such as validating SIEM, parsing and investigating Exfiltration

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May 31, 2023


Mary Brijlall