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The Complete Cyber Security Course : Hackers Exposed!
Become an expert in cyber security and keep your digital information safe. Defending networks, computers, and data from attacks, damage, and unauthorized access is the purpose of cyber security technologies, processes, and practices. The goal of the cybersecurity program is to train professionals to recognize vulnerabilities, thwart attacks, and respond quickly to crisis situations. Learn from industry professionals, work on real-time projects and become a certified expert with this Cyber Security certification program.
The Complete Cyber Security Course : Hackers Exposed!
Thinkcloudly provides the most comprehensive and one of the best cyber security operation and technology solutions (SOC) training. We provide hands-on training in ethical hacking, cryptography, computer networks, application security, identity & access management (IAM), vulnerability analysis, malware threats, sniffing, SQL injection, DoS, session hijacking, and various security practices that businesses need to follow. A total of 3.5 million cyber security jobs are expected to go unfilled by 2023. Therefore, now is the best time to learn and make your career in cyber security!
Learn to detect, prepare, and respond to cyber security threats.
Recognize the common causes of cyber security incidents.
Identify and understand the different phases of incident response.
Learn how to choose and manage stronger passwords.
Utilize modern operating system security policies.
- Need of Cybersecurity
- CIA Triad
- Security Architecture
- Security Governance
- Security Auditing
- Regulations & Frameworks
- Ethical Hacking
- Types of Hackers
- Phases of Ethical Hacking
- Penetration Testing
- Types of Penetration Testing
- Footprinting a website using tools
- Gathering information about Domain through tools
- DNS Footprinting using DNS Interrogation Tools
- Types of cryptography
- Symmetric cryptography
- Asymmetric cryptography
- Hash functions
- Digital signatures
- Public Key Infrastructure (PKI)
- Attacks on cryptosystems
- Generating and identifying hashes
- Signing a file with digital signatures
- Introduction to Computer Network
- Computer Networks – Architecture
- Layered architecture
- Open Systems Interconnect (OSI) Model
- Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)
- Network Scanning
- Common Network Threats/Attacks
- Identify the Network Routes in the System
- DNS lookup and reverse lookup
- Network Path tracing
- Network Analysis
- Network scanning
- Web server architecture
- Web server attacks
- Countermeasures and patch management
- Web application architecture
- Web application attacks
- Capturing session ID with Burp Suite
- Local File Inclusion on bWAPP
- Authentication and authorization
- Authentication and authorization principles
- Regulation of access
- Access administration
- Password protection
- Identity theft
- Adding and granting permissions to users in Linux
- Identifying phishing websites
- Vulnerability Analysis
- Types of Vulnerability Analysis
- Vulnerability Assessment Lifecycle
- Vulnerability Assessment Tools
- Vulnerability Scoring Systems
- Vulnerability Assessments Report
- System Hacking
- Password Cracking
- Privilege escalation
- Executing Applications
- Hiding Files
- Clearing Logs
- Scan and Find the vulnerabilities with tools
- Password Breaking
- Install keyloggers and capture keystrokes
- Malware and its propagation ways
- Malware components
- Types of malware
- Concept of sniffing
- Types of sniffing
- Types of sniffing attacks
- SQL injection
- Types of SQL injection
- SQL injection Methodologies
- Create a trojan by using msfvenom
- Sniff network packets Using Wireshark
- Bypass Authentication using SQL Injection
- DoS attack
- DDoS attack
- Common symptoms of DoS/DDoS attack
- Categories of DoS/DDoS Attack Vectors
- DoS/DDoS detection techniques
- Session hijacking
- Application level session hijacking
- Network level session hijacking
- Intrusion Detection System (IDS)
- Types of Intrusion Detection Systems
- Introduction to Firewalls
- Types of Firewalls
- Introduction to Honeypots
- Evading IDS
- DoS Attack using LOIC Tool
- Cross-site Scripting attack
- Demonstration on cookie stealing
Understand how, what and why (criminal) hackers attack.
Using Awareness to lower risk of social engineering attacks.
Able to choose the right security policy to begin with (if starting out).
Learn to gain access to any type of machine: Windows/Linux/MacOS.
Able to perform advanced scanning of an entire network.
What roles can a Cyber Security Engineer play?
Software Security Engineer
A software security engineer having background in coding and programming languages develops firewalls and intrusion detection systems. It requires variour skilss like programming, problem-solving, and client relations.
Chief Information Security Officer (CISO)
A CISO's role is for experianced, as indicated by the 'chief' in their title. It takes years and years of experience to become a chief information security officer. Rather than coding, this leadership position focuses on project management, vulnerability management, and overall security.
Penetration Tester (Pentester)
Security architects must think like hackers, while pentesters must be hackers. At least an ethical hacker. A penetration tester is a white hat hacker hired to attempt to breach a security system using their hacking skills and software.
Security architects are responsible for finding the strengths and weaknesses of a client's systems. An architect of a security system needs to think like a hacker in order to identify the methods a hacker would use to attack it.
Information Security Crime Investigator
The role of an information security crime investigator or computer forensics expert lies at the intersection of law enforcement and cybersecurity. They investigate cyberattacks, determine what (or who) caused them, and determine how the network or computer system was compromised.
A systems security consultant might be a good choice for you if you're interested in entrepreneurship and have enough expertise and connections. A network security expert is an independent contractor who provides security advice and knowledge to various organizations. You will need technical, analytical, communication, and computer skills.
Know before you Start
Thinkcloudly’s Cyber Security course provides access to numerous classes including topics like ethical hacking, cryptography, computer networks & security, application security, IAM (identity & access management), vulnerability analysis, malware threats, sniffing, SQL injection, DoS, and session hijacking. With a student who goes through the Cyber Security certification program, they will learn these important security practices and increase their employability.
The top job titles in the field of cybersecurity are:
Skills You Will Gain
Network Packet Analysis
Cybersecurity is a constantly changing field, which results in high demand for certain skills across industries. Certifications add professional value to individuals, however some are more valuable than others. These are the certifications that hold the most appeal for cyber security professionals.
Keeping up with technology advancements is also a constant challenge in cybersecurity. The following are a few of the most popular Cyber Security certifications you can find online, with some certifications testing you more rigorously than others.
While coding skills are not necessary for entry-level cybersecurity jobs, they may be required for mid- or upper-level positions.
As of right now, you can learn all the fundamentals of cybersecurity through online resources and courses, which will take anywhere from six months to a year.
It may be a good idea to also get cybersecurity training, if you’re interested in starting with a good job that will pay well right off the bat. The median annual salary is around $90,000, with higher salaries available in major metropolitan areas like San Francisco.
In spite of difficult concepts, like cryptography, or areas that require more technical knowledge, cybersecurity is one of the few fields in the tech world that does not require strong technical background.
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We offer a variety of ways to learn about the cloud, from quick hands-on labs to technical deep dives. You can ask our experts to help you from their industry experience if you are uncertain which course or plan to choose.
Certainly, you can set up a free demo session, although if you’ve already viewed any sample recordings, you won’t need to look further. The enrollment process signifies a mutual commitment between you and us where you commit to be a good learner and we pledge to provide you with the best possible learning environment. A key part of your learning takes place in our sessions, which are supported by experienced instructors, dedicated Personal Learning Managers, and interactions with your peers. Get the full learning experience, and not just a demo.
You will receive access to the LMS immediately after enrolling and will have it for the rest of your life. You will have access to all previous class recordings, PPTs, PDFs, and assignments. In addition, you will have instant access to our 24×7 support team. You can start learning as soon as possible.
At Thinkcloudly, you’ll never miss a lecture! You can view the recorded session in your LMS anytime also the missed session can be attended in another live batch.
Teachers and tutors at Thinkcloudly are industry veterans with great experience.