Cyber Security Advance Training

Cyber Security Advance Training Overview

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Cybersecurity was never straightforward. And, as attacks evolve each day when attackers become more innovative, it is crucial that cybersecurity is defined correctly and that good cybersecurity is recognized. Why does this matter so much? While worldwide cybersecurity investment is increasing annually and by 2018  $101 has been invested. Organizations are beginning to understand that malware is a publicly available asset that encourages becoming a cyber threat for anyone, and even more, companies offer safety measures that do little to protect against attacks.

Cyber Security Advance Training Objective

To define the tools and methods for the success of an environmental detection target network or security system. Collection, analysis, and evaluation of monitoring data from multiple logs and surveillance sources.

This uses network host and web application risk analysis tools and interprets tests to ensure effective mitigation. Acquire and develop extensive knowledge of identity management, authentication and access control problems. Be a key part of an incident response team and use forensic tools to locate an attack source. Understand the implementation of systems, policies, and procedures for security architecture and comment on guidelines for acceptable access payments. Knowing the need for coding and deployment.

Cyber Security Advance Training Audience

Administrators of government programs, scholars, experts, individuals administrators, attorneys, software developers, web developers, app developers, or anybody who would like to safeguard their content.

Good have programming knowledge or understanding of executing a software project.

Cyber Security Advance Training Prerequisites

Information and essential features (such as OSI, Topology, Wi-Fi, switches, and routers).
Basic understanding of TCP / IP addressing and underlying protocols.
Definition of techniques and protections for network attacks.
Have a keen understanding of cryptographic principles and software techniques and applications.
Ability to define techniques and activities for network and host-based security.
Ability to explain Web and Communication Technology Safety standards and products.

Cyber Security Advance Training Outline

Apply environmental reconnaissance techniques using appropriate tools and processes
Analyze the results of a network reconnaissance
Implement or recommend the appropriate response and countermeasure to a network-based threat
Explain the purpose of practices used to secure a corporate environment used to secure a corporate

Implement an information security vulnerability management process
Analyze the output resulting from a vulnerability scan
Compare and contrast common vulnerabilities found in an organization
Knowing what is Digital Signatures and how it is used in cyber world
RSA-Based Signatures and need of these
Managing Public-Key Infrastructure (PKI)
Putting It All Together: SSL/TLS, having the data passed at various level in the network

What is Cryptography

Hex and ASCII
Breaking the Vigenere Cipher
Principles of Modern Cryptography
Perfect Secrecy
The One-Time Pad
Implementing the One-Time Pad
Computational Secrecy and Principles of Modern Cryptography
Computational Secrecy
Pseudo randomness
Proofs of Security
Private-Key Encryption
Stronger Security Notions
Pseudorandom Functions and Block Ciphers

CPA-Secure Encryption from PRFs/Block Ciphers
Modes of Encryption
Security against Chosen-Ciphertext Attacks
Message Authentication Codes
Message Integrity
A Fixed-Length MAC
Hash Functions
Authenticated Encryption
Secure Communication Sessions
Number Theory
Key Exchange and Public-Key Encryption
The Public-Key Revolution
Diffie-Hellman Key Exchange
The Public-Key Revolution Part II
Public-Key Encryption
Discrete-Log-Based Public-Key Encryption
RSA-Based Public-Key Encryption

Hardware Security
Digital System Design: Basics and Vulnerabilities
Function Simplification and Don’t Care Conditions
Sequential System Specification and Implementation
Vulnerabilities in Digital Logic Design
Design Intellectual Property Protection
Introduction to IP Protection
Watermarking Basics
Watermarking Examples
Good Watermarks

Hardware Metering
Physical Attacks and Modular Exponentiation
Side Channel Attacks and Countermeasures
Hardware Trojan (HT) and Trusted IC
Hardware Trojan Taxonomy
Hardware Trojan Detection Overview
Hardware Trojan Detection Methods
Trusted IC Design with HT Prevention
FPGA Implementation of Crypto
Vulnerabilities and Countermeasures in FPGA Systems
Role of Hardware in Security and Trust
Physical Unclonable Functions (PUF) Basics
RO PUF: Reliability
Trust Platform Module and Other Good Practices



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