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Any person wanting to automate stages and create cyber-tools must learn to program. Python is an easy language used by many to build tools in many fields, including cybersecurity.
This training will provide the participants with a stepping-stone on understanding programming logic and creating basic scripts to take their skills to the next level.
This course is essential for:
- Anyone comfortable with computers who wants to learn the fundamentals of the most common cybersecurity progamming language
- Softwares and Apps developers
The CYBERIUM ARENA is a high-end cybersecurity Learning Management System and Simulator, which trains participants in the use of a wide variety of on-line tools for identifying the nature of a cyber attack and responding quickly and appropriately to prevent damage and disable the attacker.
Real Cases Studies
Case Study #1
A Utah-based wind and solar energy company have suffered from a Denial-of-service attack that caused a shut off to a part of the company computing assets. You need to analyze the captured traffic to learn about the attack and the attacker.
Case Study #2
A recent update by Oracle appeared to be bugged; hackers can exploit this vulnerability. Your mission is to scan the company’s assets and discover service versions to protect them from the recent bug.
Case Study #3
An attempt was made to intrude on a US utility’s Firewall. The incident caused a brief communication disruption between remote sites. You have been hired to study the Firewall strength and weaknesses to block the next attempt.
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The Linux Introduction course is for people who want to begin with the Linux System, the most adapted for cybersecurity operations and development. Linux can be installed as a sub-system of Windows without affecting it.
WebApp Security course is designed for webmasters and web developers for they learn how to secure web sites and web applications.