Cybersecurity Engineer

This course teaches participants how to collect and analyze information using different tools and creating automation. Students will be further exposed to collecting information from the Darknet, social networks, and other sources.

The Intro to ICS/SCADA program was constructed primarily for the security industry and was meant to equip participants with understanding the world of ICS. Energy companies, telecommunications, transportation, healthcare, and many other such industries are perceived as critical infrastructure for the continual maintenance of the state.

During this training, students will get knowledge and skills of the pentesters procedure to detect security vulnerabilities in web applications using a combination of manual and automated techniques and methods.

The Web Application security course will help participants understand major web application flaws and their exploitation, as well as learn a proven process for locating these flaws consistently.

Malware Analysis is the study and close examination of malware to understand its origins, purpose, and potential impact on the system. Malware analysts accomplish their tasks by using various tools and expert-level knowledge to understand not only what a piece of malware can do but also how it does it.

Cryptography is an indispensable tool for protecting information in computer systems. In this course, you will learn the inner workings of cryptographic systems and how to use them in real-world applications correctly

What makes an excellent digital forensics investigator, is to have the knowledge and skill to automate forensics stages using the power of Python programming language. Many laboratories rely on Python to build basic models for predictions and to run experiments. It also helps to control critical operational systems. Python has built-in capabilities to support the digital investigation and protect the integrity of evidence during an investigation.

Network forensics training is about the analysis of network traffic to identify intrusions or anomalous activity. Compared to computer forensics, where evidence is usually preserved on disk, network data is more volatile and unpredictable and therefore requires a different approach.

Open-source intelligence (OSINT) covers the techniques and procedures practiced to retrieve targeted information from open-source networks containing immense amounts of data.