This is an intense, hands-on course designed to take students through a wide variety of topics relevant to operationally-focused cyber missions within the offensive and defensive arenas. Students will receive highly technical and mission relevant training needed to significantly minimize the burden of on-the-job training required to immediately impact operations.
This two-week course is focused on the methodologies and processes used by professional “Blue” teams in corporate and government spaces. Instructors use open-source tools to teach students methodologies of securing a network and its hosts. Students will learn the necessary skills to successfully identify: the customer’s network, tools required and allowed, mission scope & key terrain, then map the network, and its hosts. They will learn to protect: verifying base-lines, check configurations, evaluate A/V & IDS systems.
The Adversarial Threat Modeling and Emulation course is an intense, hands-on course that takes students through each stage of offensive operations methodologies using tradecraft, stealth and detection avoidance as the key principals.
Students will be taught the fundamentals of malicious code analysis beginning with the configuration of a malware analysis lab in order to gain an understanding of the components of a malware analysis toolbox and to discover each component that contributes to either behavioral or code analysis techniques.
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