FedVTE Course Catalog

101 Courses - Basic level courses
NICE Cybersecurity Workforce Framework Category - Analyze
NICE Cybersecurity Workforce Framework Category - Collect and Operate
NICE Cybersecurity Workforce Framework Category - Investigate
NICE Cybersecurity Workforce Framework Category - Operate and Maintain
NICE Cybersecurity Workforce Framework Category - Oversee and Govern
NICE Cybersecurity Workforce Framework Category - Protect and Defend
NICE Cybersecurity Workforce Framework Category - Securely Provision

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Advanced Windows Scripting 6 HoursSkill Level: Beginner 
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This course focuses on advanced concepts for writing scripts for the Microsoft Windows operating system. The course covers how to string multiple commands together in traditional BATCH scripts, as well as leverage Visual Basic Scripting (VBS) to perform more complex tasks and includes reinforcing video demonstrations and final assessment.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand the fundamentals of Visual Basic Scripting.
  • Recognize the concepts of redirection, piping, and how to conduct complex tasks with multiple commands.
  • Apply integration of Windows BATCH with Visual Basic Scripting.
  • Demonstrate how to access the Windows API from Visual Basic Scripting.

Date: 2015

Training Purpose: Functional Development

Training Proficiency Area: Level 1 - Beginner

Alignment to the NIST SP 800-181 Cybersecurity Workforce Framework

CategorySpecialty AreaWork Roles
Securely Provision Software Development Software Developer
Operate and Maintain Systems Administration Systems Administrator
Operate and Maintain Systems Analysis Systems Security Analyst
Operate and Maintain Customer Service and Technical Support Technical Support Specialist
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Advanced Windows Scripting Introduction
Windows BATCH Scripting Overview
Windows BATCH Advanced Syntax Part 1 of 2
Windows BATCH Advanced Syntax Part 2 of 2
Windows Scripting Advanced Uses of FOR
Windows Scripting Syntax Tips and Tricks
Windows Scripting CALL and START Demo
Windows Scripting Subroutine Demo
Windows Scripting SET Demo
Windows Scripting PUSHD and POPD Demo
Manipulating In_Outputs
Stringing Multiple Commands Together
FOR Loop Generating List Demo
FOR Loop Recursive Listing Demo
Taking Action Based on Content of Output
Action Based on Content Output Demo
Scripts in Typical Penetration Testing Tasks Part 1 of 2
Scripts in Typical Penetration Testing Tasks Part 2 of 2
Visual Basic Scripting Syntax and Usage
Visual Basic Scripting Merge Demo
VBS Elements_Structure
VBS Elements_Variables, Arguments, and Conditionals
VBS Elements_Loops
VBS Elements_Functions and Operators
VBS Windows Scripting Host
VBS Elements_File I_O
VBS Windows Scripting Demo
VBS Error Handling and Troubleshooting
Visual Basic for Applications
Visual Basic for Application Elements
Visual Basic for Applications Working with Applications
VBA Working with Applications Demo
VBA Error Handling and Troubleshooting
VBA Error Handling and Troubleshooting Demo
Advanced Windows Scripting Quiz
New Course OfferingCourse Lifetime ExpiringCDM 103: Using Measurements & Metrics of Hardware & Software Assets with the Legacy (Archer) CDM Agency Dashboard 3 HoursSkill Level: Beginner 
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Custom Searches and Reports: View demonstrations of navigating and searching the hardware and software data within CDM and create reports.

Learning Objectives:

  • Learn how to find hardware by the FISMA container using the Legacy (Archer) CDM Agency Dashboard
  • Learn how to conduct a multi-filter query to find legacy software and unauthorized software
  • Learn how to create reports and iViews from custom queries

Date: 2019

Training Proficiency Area: Level 1 - Beginner

Training Purpose: Skill Development

Alignment to the NIST SP 800-181 Cybersecurity Workforce Framework

CategorySpecialty AreaWork Roles
Oversee and Govern Cybersecurity Management Information Systems Security Manager
Oversee and Govern Program/Project Management and Acquisition IT Investment/Portfolio Manager, IT Program Auditor, IT Project Manager, Product Support Manager, Program Manager
Securely Provision Risk Management Authorizing Official/Designating Representative, Security Control Assessor
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CDM 103: Course Introduction
CDM 103: What is the CDM Agency Dashboard?
CDM 103: CDM Data Architecture
CDM 103: Using Queries and Reports
CDM 103: SOV Overview Demo
Demo: CDM126 Lab Review
Demo: CDM 127 Lab Intro
Demo: CDM 127 Lab Review
Demo: CDM 128 Lab Intro
Demo: CDM128 Lab Review
Demo: CDM 125 Lab Review
CDM 103: Conclusion
CDM Agency Dashboard Introduction
CDM Lab 125: Find Hardware by FISMA Container
CDM Lab 125: Find Hardware by FISMA Container Knowledge Check
CDM 126: Create Multi-Filter Query to find Legacy Software
CDM 126: Create Multi-Filter Query to Find Legacy Software Knowledge Check
CDM Lab 127: Find Unauthorized Software
CDM Lab 127: Find Unauthorized Software Knowledge Check
CDM Lab 128: Create Reports and iViews from Custom Queries
CDM Lab 128: Create Reports and iViews from Custom Queries Knowledge Check
New Course OfferingCourse Lifetime ExpiringCDM 104: Using the Legacy (Archer) CDM Agency Dashboard to Drive Your Vulnerability Management Work Plan 2 HoursSkill Level: Beginner  
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Learn how to use AWARE to prioritize vulnerability management activities to address the worst vulnerabilities first.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand AWARE Risk Scoring using the Legacy (Archer) CDM Agency Dashboard
  • Learn how to identify vulnerabilities, components and mitigations

Date: 2019

Training Proficiency Area: Level 1 - Beginner

Training Purpose: Skill Development

Alignment to the NIST SP 800-181 Cybersecurity Workforce Framework

CategorySpecialty AreaWork Roles
Protect and Defend Vulnerability Assessment and Management Vulnerability Assessment Analyst
Oversee and Govern Cybersecurity Management Information Systems Security Manager
Oversee and Govern Program/Project Management and Acquisition IT Investment/Portfolio Manager, IT Program Auditor, IT Project Manager, Product Support Manager, Program Manager
Securely Provision Risk Management Authorizing Official/Designating Representative, Security Control Assessor
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CDM104: Course Introduction
CDM104: Part 2
CDM104: Part 3
CDM104: Part 4
CDM104: Part 5
CDM104: Conclusion
CDM Agency Dashboard Introduction
CDM 129: Understanding AWARE Risk Scoring Terminology and Constructs
CDM 129: Understanding AWARE Risk Scoring Terminology and Constructs Knowledge Check
CDM 130: Identifying Vulnerabilities and Mitigations using AWARE Scoring Knowledge Check
CDM 131: Identifying Vulns, Components and Mitigations Using AWARE Scoring Knowledge Check
Course Lifetime ExpiringCDM Module 1 : Overview 2 HoursSkill Level: Beginner  
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 This course is designed for managers, staff and other stakeholders who may be involved in implementation and/or decision making regarding Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation (CDM). The course aims to help the student better understand how CDM can help a department or agency (D/A) better manage risk and protect mission critical assets and to more effectively evaluate their cybersecurity posture.

The course provides a high level overview of the CDM program. Topics covered include basic CDM concepts, how CDM relates to NIST 800-53 and other NIST SPs, CDM Concept of Operations, the CDM Environment, and CDM’s Phases and Capabilities.

Training Purpose: Securely Provision, Oversee and Govern, Protect and Defend

Specialty Areas: Risk Management, Cybersecurity Management, Vulnerability Assessment and Management, Cyber Defense Analysis

Proficiency: Level 1 - Basic

Capture Date: 2015

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What is the CDM program?
What problem does CDM address?
How does the CDM program support Departments and Agencies
Why does CDM focus on Automation?
What is the CDM "Desired State" Specification?
What is the Actual State?
What is a Defect Check?
What is an Assessment Object?
What is a Defect instance?
What is an Object Container?
What is a CDM Security Capability?
How Do 800-53 Controls Map to CDM Security Capabilities?
How do I use the CDM Security Capabilities to Improve Security?
How does CDM relate to NISTs 800-53 Catalogue of Controls?
How does CDM relate to NISTs 800-53 Suggested Control Assessment Methods?
How does CDM relate to NISTs guidance on ISCM (800-137)?
How does CDM relate to NIST guidance on Risk Management 800-30 and 800-39?
How does CDM relate to NISTs RMF?
How does CDM operate in a department or agency?
What is the CDM Concept of Operations?
Where does the "Desired State" Specification come from?
What does the actual state concept in CDM mean for our department or agency?
Where does the Actual State Data come from?
How does CDM discover defects?
How does Scoring work with CDM and how am I affected?
How does CDM know who is responsible for fixing defects?
Will the CDM "System(s)" be A&Aed?
How will CDM sensors affect my Network(s)? Performance? Security?
What are CDM shared services?
Why is CDM divided into phases?
How do the security capabilities fit into phases?
What are the Phase 1 capabilities?
What are the Phase 2 capabilities?
What are the Phase 3 capabilities?
What does the CDM D/A Dashboard provide?
How Does the CDM D/A Dashboard Work with Other D/A Dashboards?
How Do I Get the Information My D/A Needs from the CDM D/A Dashboard?
Course Lifetime ExpiringCDM Module 2: Hardware Asset Management 1 HourSkill Level: Beginner  
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 This course is designed for managers, staff and other stakeholders who may be involved in implementation and/or decision making regarding Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation (CDM). The course aims to help the student better understand how CDM can help a department or agency (D/A) better manage risk and protect mission critical assets and to more effectively evaluate their cybersecurity posture.

The course begins by defining Hardware Asset Management (HWAM) and why it is critical to the implementation of a robust cybersecurity program. The training highlights the criteria for monitoring and managing hardware assets using CDM. It then transitions into HWAM implementation criteria and discusses the generic CDM concept of operations specific to HWAM. Topics covered include Actual State, Desired State, and Defects.

Training Purpose: Securely Provision, Oversee and Govern, Protect and Defend

Specialty Areas: Risk Management, Cybersecurity Management, Vulnerability Assessment and Management, Cyber Defense Analysis

Proficiency: Level 1 - Basic

Capture Date: 2015

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What is Hardware Asset Management (HWAM)?
What Are the Purpose and Results?
What Types of Attacks Does HWAM Thwart for Our Organization?
What Objects Does HWAM Assess?
How Does the HWAM Concept of Operations (CONOPS) work?
How Does HWAM Relate to Other Phase 1 Capabilities?
What HWAM Roles and Responsibilities Will My Organization Implement?
How Does an Organization Use the HWAM Capability?
What Techniques Are Used to Search for HWAM Devices?
What Types of Data Does the HWAM Actual State Collect?
What Types of Data Are Used to Identify Network Addressable Devices?
How Do Agencies Get Desired State Specification Data for the HWAM Capability?
What Types of Data Does the HWAM Desired State Specification Collect?
Can Agencies Specify How to Group Results?
What Are the HWAM Defect Checks?
Which HWAM Defect Checks Are at the Federal Level?
Which HWAM Defect Checks Are at the Local Level?
Course Lifetime ExpiringCDM Module 3: Software Asset Management 1.5 HoursSkill Level: Beginner  
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 This course is designed for managers, staff and other stakeholders who may be involved in implementation and/or decision making regarding Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation (CDM). The course aims to help the student better understand how CDM can help a department or agency (D/A) better manage risk and protect mission critical assets and to more effectively evaluate their cybersecurity posture.

The course begins by defining SWAM and why it is critical to the implementation of a robust cyber-security program. It covers new roles and responsibilities which the department or agency (D/A) must implement. It then transitions into SWAM implementation criteria, and discusses the generic CDM concept of operations specific to SWAM Actual State, Desired State, and Defects. It includes high level discussions of software lists (white, gray, black) and how software can be identified and tracked in CDM through the use of Common Platform Enumeration (CPE) and Software Identification (SWID) tags by Software package down to executables.

Training Purpose: Securely Provision, Oversee and Govern, Protect and Defend

Specialty Areas: Risk Management, Cybersecurity Management, Vulnerability Assessment and Management, Cyber Defense Analysis

Proficiency: Level 1 - Basic

Capture Date: 2015

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What is the Software Asset Management (SWAM) Capability?
What Purpose Does SWAM Serve?
What Types of Results Will SWAM Accomplish?
What Types of Attacks Does SWAM Thwart?
What Objects Does SWAM Assess?
How Does the SWAM Concept of Operations (CONOPS) Work?
How Does SWAM Relate to Other Phase 1 Capabilities?
How Does SWAM Block Many Zero Day and APT Attacks?
What Techniques Are Used to Search for SWAM Devices?
How Does CDM Identify Software Products and Executables?
How Does CDM Use Digital Fingerprints?
What Is a Whitelist?
How Do I Use a Software Whitelist?
What Is a Graylist?
How Do I Use a Software Graylist?
What Is a Blacklist?
How Do I Use a Software Blacklist?
What Does Locational Whitelisting Mean to Me?
What Is a Trust Library and How Does SWAM Use It?
How Is Desired State Specification Determined for Mobile Code in CDM?
How Does SWAM Use Hashes?
How Does SWAM Use Common Platform Enumeration (CPE)?
How Does SWAM Use Software IDs (SWIDs)?
What Are the SWAM Defect Checks?
Which SWAM Defect Checks Are at the Federal Level?
Which SWAM Defect Checks Are at the Local Level?
What Mitigation Options Might My Department or Agency Use with SWAM?
Course Lifetime ExpiringCDM Module 4: Configuration Settings Management .5 HoursSkill Level: Beginner  
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 This course is designed for managers, staff and other stakeholders who may be involved in implementation and/or decision making regarding Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation (CDM). The course aims to help the student better understand how CDM can help a department or agency (D/A) better manage risk and protect mission critical assets and to more effectively evaluate their cybersecurity posture.

The course begins by outlining the Cyber Security Manager position (CSM) and highlighting the types of attacks CSM can help prevent. It then transitions into CSM methods and criteria, where it reviews Actual State, Desired State, and Defect Checks specific to the capability area. It explains how CSM builds upon the other capabilities and how defect checks differ at the local and federal levels.

Training Purpose: Securely Provision, Oversee and Govern, Protect and Defend

Specialty Areas: Risk Management, Cybersecurity Management, Vulnerability Assessment and Management, Cyber Defense Analysis

Proficiency: Level 1 - Basic

Capture Date: 2015

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What Is the Configuration Settings Management Security Capability?
What Types of Results Will CSM Accomplish?
How Does CSM Thwart Attacks?
What Objects Does the CSM Security Capability Assess?
How Does CSM Work?
How Does HWAM and SWAM Support CSM?
What Methods Will CSM Use to Determine Actual State Information?
What Elements Does the Organization Require to Define the Actual State?
How Does CSM Define the Desired State?
What Methods Will CSM Use to Determine Desired State?
What Is a Common Configuration Enumeration (CCE)?
What Is a CSM Defect Check?
Which CSM Defect Checks Are at the Federal Level?
Which CSM Defect Checks Are at the Local Level?
Course Lifetime ExpiringCDM Module 5: Vulnerability Management .5 HoursSkill Level: Beginner  
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 The course aims to help the student better understand how vulnerability management (VULN) identifies the existence of vulnerable software products in the boundary to allow an organization to mitigate and thwart common attacks that exploit those vulnerabilities.

The course begins by defining VULN, how it applies to the target environment, and how a fully implemented VULN capability impacts a Department or Agency. It then transitions into VULN criteria and methods, where it reviews Actual State, Desired State, and Defect Checks specific to the capability area. It explains how VULN builds upon the other capabilities areas, the types of defects, and how those defect checks differ at the local and federal levels.

Training Purpose: Securely Provision, Oversee and Govern, Protect and Defend

Specialty Areas: Risk Management, Cybersecurity Management, Vulnerability Assessment and Management, Cyber Defense Analysis

Proficiency: Level 1 - Basic

Capture Date: 2015

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What Is the Vulnerability Management (VULN) Capability?
What Is a CVE (Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures)?
What Is a CWE (Common Weakness Enumeration)?
What Types of Results Will VULN Accomplish?
How Can VULN Thwart Attacks?
What Types of VULN Objects Are Assessed?
How Does the VULN Capability Work?
How Does VULN Relate to SWAM?
How Will My Organization Use the VULN Capability?
What Methods Will VULN Use to Determine Actual State?
What Is the CDM Actual State?
How Does VULN Define the Desired State?
What Methods Will VULN Use to Determine Desired State?
What Is the National Vulnerability Database (NVD)?
What Are the VULN Defect Checks?
Which VULN Defect Checks Are at the Federal Level?
Which VULN Defect Checks Are at the Local Level?
New Course OfferingCloud Computing Security  2.5 HoursSkill Level: Intermediate 
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This course explores the guidance from the Cloud Security Alliance (CSA), National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), National Security Agency (NSA), and several Cloud Service Providers (CSPs). Objectives cover cloud security risks and threats, basic operations, incident response considerations, along with application, data and infrastructure security concepts. Where applicable, demonstrations of cloud provider tools and capabilities will be used to reinforce key points.

Learning Objectives:

  • Define cloud models and components.
  • Apply CSA security guidance and other best practices to cloud deployments.
  • Understand cybersecurity requirements within the Shared Responsibilities model.
  • Prepare for cloud computing governance and compliance challenges.
  • Relate traditional cybersecurity controls to popular cloud solutions.
  • Recognize and prepare for cloud computing threats.
  • Review additional cloud security tools and use cases.

Date: 2020

Training Purpose: Skill Development

Training Proficiency Area: Level 2 - Intermediate

Alignment to the NIST SP 800-181 Cybersecurity Workforce Framework

CategorySpecialty AreaWork Roles
Operate and Maintain Systems Administration System Administrator
Operate and Maintain Systems Analysis Systems Security Analyst
Securely Provision Systems Architecture Security Architect
Securely Provision Systems Development Secure Software Assessor
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Cloud Computing Security Course Overview
Cloud Computing Overview
Cloud Computing Overview Knowledge Check
Building a Cloud
Building a Cloud Knowledge Check
Securing Your Cloud
Cloud Security Basics
Review of Multifactor Authentication
Review of Monitoring and Security Configurations
Options for Securing Within the Cloud
VPC Network ACs and CloudWatch Monitoring
Compute Instance in Google's Cloud Platform
Monitoring and Alerting Options in Google Cloud
Web App and Security Configs in Google Cloud
Use of Microsoft's Platform as a Service
Azure Compute Instance Setup
Securing Your Cloud Knowledge Check
Review of Two NIST Publications on Cloud Computing
Guidance for Critical Areas in Cloud Computing
Cloud Computing Risk Assessment by ENISA
Resources Knowledge Check
Coding 101 5 HoursSkill Level: Beginner 
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This course focuses on the basics of computer programming and how to give a machine a set of instructions to produce a desired behavior. This course also provides information on the elements of programming and programming languages, frameworks, and models. The course includes an interactive programming game, interactive knowledge checks, and the chance to write a fully functional code.

Learning Objectives:

  • Define programming.
  • Describe the structure and purpose of major programming paradigms.
  • Explain the difference between high-level and low-level languages.
  • Describe the uses of scripting and compiled languages.
  • State the elements of programming.
  • Explain when to use a variable in programming.
  • List basic data types.
  • State how operators are used in programming.
  • Explain why logic and flow are important in programming.
  • State the purpose of programming frameworks.

Date: 2017

Training Purpose: Skill Development

Training Proficiency Area: Level 1 - Beginner

Alignment to the NIST SP 800-181 Cybersecurity Workforce Framework

CategorySpecialty AreaWork Roles
Securely Provision Systems Development Systems Developer
Securely Provision Systems Requirements Planning Systems Requirements Planner
Securely Provision Systems Architecture Security Architect
Securely Provision Technology R&D Research & Development Specialist
Securely Provision Test and Evaluation System Testing and Evaluation Specialist
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Coding 101 - Review
Critical Infrastructure Protection 2 HoursSkill Level: Beginner   
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This course discusses the influence, impact, and need for cybersecurity when defending the critical infrastructure and key resources of the United States. This course provides the definition of critical infrastructure, examples of cybersecurity threats to critical infrastructure, and information on what is being done to protect critical infrastructure from these cybersecurity threats.

Learning Objectives:

  • Define and give examples of critical infrastructure.
  • Identify possible cyber threats to critical infrastructure.
  • Describe U.S. cybersecurity policies and programs.
  • Explain the cybersecurity roles of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and other Federal agencies.

Date: 2017

Training Purpose: Skill Development

Training Proficiency Area: Level 1 - Beginner

Alignment to the NIST SP 800-181 Cybersecurity Workforce Framework

CategorySpecialty AreaWork Roles
Operate and Maintain Network Services Network Operations Specialist
Operate and Maintain Systems Administration Systems Administrator
Operate and Maintain Systems Analysis Systems Analyst
Operate and Maintain Systems Development Information Systems Security Developer
Oversee and Govern Strategic Planning and Polic Cyber Policy and Strategy Planner
Protect and Defend Cyber Defense Infrastructure Support Cyber Defense Infrastructure Support Specialist
Protect and Defend Cyber Defense Analysis Cyber Defense Analyst
Securely Provision Systems Architecture Systems Architect
Securely Provision Technology R&D Research & Development Specialist
Securely Provision Systems Requirements Planning Systems Requirements Planner
Securely Provision Systems Development Systems Developer
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Critical Infrastructure Protection
New Course OfferingCybersecurity Analyst 12.5 HoursSkill Level: Intermediate  
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The Cybersecurity Analyst course is designed to help reinforce concepts for cyber work roles that require monitoring and information analysis to respond to suspicious events. This intermediate-level course focuses on defense techniques leveraging data and tools to identify risks to an organization, and apply effective mitigation strategies to detect and respond to threats.

Learning Objectives:

  • List common cyber threats and examples of scanning and assessment tools and techniques to identify potential vulnerabilities.
  • Analyze data from various sources to identify vulnerabilities and recommend strategies for mitigation.
  • Configure and implement threat detection tools to detect incidents, and effectively respond and recover.

Date: 2018

Training Purpose: Skill Development

Training Proficiency Area: Level 2 - Intermediate

Alignment to the NIST SP 800-181 Cybersecurity Workforce Framework

CategorySpecialty AreaWork Roles
Analyze Threat Analysis Threat Analyst
Protect and Defend Cybersecurity Defense Analysis Cyber Defense Analyst
Protect and Defend Incident Response Cyber Defense Incident Responder
Protect and Defend Vulnerability Assessment and Management Vulnerability Assessment Analysts
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Reconnaissance
Port Scanning for Active Reconnaissance
Environmental Reconnaissance Tools
Social Engineering for Reconnaissance
Network Mapping for Active Reconnaissance
Syslog
Reviewing Alerts/Detecting Attack Phases
Common Tasks in Environmental Reconnaissance
Environmental Reconnaisannce Variables
Basic Packet Analysis
Methods of Network Traffic Analysis
Network Traffic Analysis
Netflows
Working with Netflows
Netflow Tools
Examining Log Files
Data Correlation and Analytics
Analyzing Device Data
SIEM
DEMO: Wireshark Packet Analyzer
Hardening Network Devices
Network Segmentation and Design
Honeypot
Endpoint Security
Windows Group Policy
Access Control Models
Remote Authentication - Radius and Tacacs+
Hardening Host and Networked Systems
Compensating Controls
Corporate Penetration Testing
Reverse Engineering Purpose and Practice
Team Training and Exercises
Risk Evaluation and Security Controls
Vulnerability Assessment Introduction
Vulnerability Management Requirements
Vulnerability Scanner Configuration
Vulnerability Assessment Tools
Scanning and Enumeration with Nmap
Intro to Vulnerability Scanning with Nessus
Vulnerability Remediation
Scanning and Report Viewing with OpenVAS
Endpoint and Protocol Analysis
Logging Strategies and Sources
Reviewing, Analyzing and Correlating Logs
Network Vulnerabilities
System Vulnerabilities
Web Application Vulnerabilities
Wireless Network Vulnerabilities
Virtual Infrastructure Vulnerabilities
Threats to Mobile Devices
ICS and SCADA Systems Security
Malware and Social Engineering Threats
Preparing for Impact Analysis
Forensics Kit and Incident Response
Forensic Investigation Suite
Setting Up an Analysis Environment
Communication During Incident Response
Common Symptoms of Host Infection
Incident Response and Recovery Part 1 of 2
Incident Response and Recovery Part 2 of 2
Regulatory Compliance and Frameworks
Control Selection Tailoring and Implementation
Verification and Quality Control
Procedures Supporting Policy
Enterprise Network Authentication Part 1 of 2
Enterprise Network Authentication Part 2 of 2
Cross-site Scripting and Other Exploits
Privilege Escalation Exploit
Technical Processes and Controls
Software Development Models and SDLC
Code Review and Testing
Secure Coding Best Practice Resources
Preventative Cyber Tools
Collective Cyber Tools
Analytical Cyber Tools
Exploit Cyber Tools
Forensics Cyber Tools
Course Test
New Course OfferingCyber Supply Chain Risk Management 2 HoursSkill Level: Beginner   
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This course focuses on cyber supply chain risk management, also known as C-SCRM, and the role it plays within our society today. This course will explain how to securely provision, analyze, oversee and govern, protect and defend a supply chain.

Learning Objectives:

  • Describe product supply chains and life cycles.
  • Identify the role of adversaries in supply chain risk management.
  • Define the risks associated with supply chains.
  • State the principles of supply chain management.
  • Identify security measures taken to protect a supply chain.
  • Apply suggested tools to address supply chain vulnerabilities.
  • Explain how knowledge of the "internet of things" (IoT) is used to evaluate products as IoT devices.
  • Recognize potential dangers posed by various devices brought to work.
  • Identify the threats outlined for acquisitions personnel through the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR).
  • Define how to personally safeguard your organization’s cybersecurity.

Date: 2019

Training Purpose: Skill Development

Training Proficiency Area: Level 1 - Beginner

Alignment to the NIST SP 800-181 Cybersecurity Workforce Framework

CategorySpecialty AreaWork Roles
Analyze All-Source Analysis All-Source Analyst
Analyze Exploitation Analysis Exploitation Analyst
Analyze Threat Analysis Threat/Warning Analysis
Analyze Targets Target Developer, Target Network Analyst
Oversee and Govern Program/Project Management and Acquisition Program Manager
Oversee and Govern Strategic Planning and Policy Cyber Policy and Strategy Planner
Oversee and Govern Cybersecurity Management Information Systems Security Manager
Protect and Defend Cyber Defense Analysis Cyber Defense Analyst
Protect and Defend Cyber Defense Infrastructure Support Cyber Defense Infrastructure Support Specialist
Securely Provision Software Development Software Developer
Securely Provision Systems Development Systems Developer
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Supply Chain Risk Management
DB Evaluations using AppDetectivePro and dbProtect 1.5 HoursSkill Level: Beginner
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This course focuses on basic database security concepts and methodology. This course demonstrates how tools such as AppDetectivePRO and DbProtect can be used to scan databases in order to uncover configuration mistakes, identification and access control issues, missing patches or any toxic combination of settings that could lead to escalation-of-privilege or denial-of-service attacks, data leakage, or unauthorized modification of data.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand importance of database security.
  • Understand how tools such as AppDetectivePRO and db-Protect can be used to evaluate a database's security posture.

Date: 2016

Training Purpose: Skill Development

Training Proficiency Area: Level 1 - Beginner

Alignment to the NIST SP 800-181 Cybersecurity Workforce Framework

CategorySpecialty AreaWork Roles
Securely Provision Systems Development Systems Developer
Securely Provision Test and Evaluation System Testing and Evaluation Specialist
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Importance of Databases Security
Databases Security Methodology
AppDetectivePRO Overview
DbProtect Overview
DbProtect Deployment Model
DbProtect Features
DbProtect Demonstration
New Course OfferingDon't Wake Up to a Ransomware Attack 1 HoursSkill Level: Beginner   
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Ransomware attacks hit a new target every 14 seconds: shutting down digital operations, stealing information and exploiting businesses, essential services and individuals alike. "Don't Wake Up to a Ransomware Attack" provides essential knowledge and reviews real-life examples of these attacks to help you and your organization to prevent, mitigate, and respond to the ever-evolving threat of ransomware.

This webinar includes the following information and more:

  • Definition of ransomware, summary of its large-scale impacts, and how these attacks have developed over time
  • Common signs of a ransomware attack and how to respond if an attack is suspected
  • Guidance for how to mitigate the impact of ransomware attacks and recover in the event of an attack
  • Case studies demonstrating the impacts of ransomware attacks
  • A concluding Knowledge Check to reinforce understanding and key takeaways

Learning Objectives:
Enable learners to prevent, flag, and protect themselves and their organizations from ransomware cyberattacks through awareness of common attack schemes, best practices, CISA guidance, and resources.

  • Define ransomware
  • Be able to identify signs of a ransomware attack
  • Learn mitigation steps of ransomware attacks
  • Understand how to recover from a ransomware attack
  • Understand impacts of ransomware attacks though case studies

Date: 2020

Training Proficiency Area: Level 1 - Beginner

Training Purpose: Skill Development

Alignment to the NIST SP 800-181 Cybersecurity Workforce Framework

CategorySpecialty AreaWork Roles
Analyze All-Source Analysis Mission Assessment Specialist
Analyze Exploitation Analysis Exploitation Analyst
Analyze Threat Analysis Threat/ warning analyst
Collect and Operate Collection Operations All-Source Collection Manager, All-Source Collection Requirements Manager
Investigate Digital Forensics Cyber Defense Forensics Analyst; Law Enforcement/ Counterintelligence Forensics Analyst
Operate and Maintain Customer Service and Technical Support Technical Support Specialist
Operate and Maintain Data Administration Data analyst, database administrator
Operate and Maintain Systems Administration System Administrator
Operate and Maintain Knowledge Management Knowledge Manager
Operate and Maintain Network Services Network Operations Specialist
Operate and Maintain Systems Administration System Administrator
Operate and Maintain Systems Analysis Systems Security Analyst
Oversee and Govern Cybersecurity Management Communications security manager; information systems security manager
Oversee and Govern Executive Cyber Leadership Executive Cyber Leadership
Oversee and Govern Program Management and Acquisition IT investment manager, IT program auditor, IT project manager, product support manager, program manager
Oversee and Govern Training, Education, and Awareness Cyber Instructional Curriculum Developer
Protect and Defend Cyber Defense Analysis Cyber Defense Analyst
Protect and Defend Cyber Defense Infrastructure Support Cyber Defense Infrastructure Support specialist
Protect and Defend Incident Response Cyber defense incident responder
Protect and Defend Vulnerability Assessment and Management Vulnerability assessment analyst
Securely Provision Risk Management Authorizing official; security control assessor
Securely Provision Systems Architecture Enterprise Architect, Security Architect
Securely Provision Systems Requirements Planning Systems Requirements Planner
Securely Provision Test and Evaluation System Testing and Evaluation Specialist
+ Course Modules/Units
 
Don’t Wake Up to a Ransomware Attack
Dynamic Testing using HPE WebInspect 1.5 hoursSkill Level: Beginner
+ Description
 

This course introduces learners to dynamic testing tools for web applications and demonstrates how they can be used to identify, evaluate, and mitigate a web application’s potential security vulnerabilities. The focus is on using HPE WebInspect to perform and manage dynamic security vulnerability testing and address results from a developer’s perspective/cybersecurity professional's perspective.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand how dynamic testing tools work on web-based applications.
  • Utilize dynamic testing tools to find common Weakness Enumeration.

Date: 2014

Training Purpose: Skill Development

Training Proficiency Area: Level 1 - Beginner

Alignment to the NIST SP 800-181 Cybersecurity Workforce Framework

CategorySpecialty AreaWork Roles
Securely Provision Systems Development Systems Developer
Securely Provision Test and Evaluation System Testing and Evaluation Specialist
+ Course Modules/Units
 
Application Security
WebInspect Dynamic Analysis
Installing WebInspect
Run a WebInspect Scan
WebInspect Demonstration
Policy Manager Demonstration
Default Settings Demonstration
Reports
Application Settings and Tools
Comparing Scans
Testing in a Closed versus Open Network
WebInspect Agent, Web Services
New Course OfferingElections and IT Embrace your role as a Manager - 3.5 HoursSkill Level: Beginner  
+ Description
 

This course is a collaboration between the U.S. Election Assistance Commission (EAC) and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and provides an opportunity to learn why election officials must view themselves as IT managers. The course serves as an overview of information technology and how to ensure security is included in the planning, procuring, designing, implementing, and maintaining of interconnected electronic election systems, including public-facing websites. The content introduces the key concepts of identifying vulnerabilities and how to protect election systems from internal and external threats and provides information on cybersecurity resources available from the EAC and DHS.

Date: 2018

Training Purpose: Management Development

Training Proficiency Area: Level 1 - Beginner

Alignment to the NIST SP 800-181 Cybersecurity Workforce Framework

CategorySpecialty AreaWork Roles
Oversee and Govern Cybersecurity Management Information Systems Security Manager
Protect and Defend Incident Response Cyber Defense Incident Responder
Securely Provision Risk Management Authorizing Official/Designating Representative
+ Course Modules/Units
 
Professionalizing Election Admin Intro
Being an IT Manager
Election Systems
Procuring IT
Testing and Audits
Election Security
Principles of Information Security
Cybersecurity and Elections
Risk Management and Elections
Phishing and Elections
Election Infrastructure Security
DHS Cyber Security Tools and Services
EAC Resources
New Course OfferingThe Election Official as IT Manager 4 HoursSkill Level: Beginner  
+ Description
 

This course focuses on why Election Officials must view themselves as IT systems managers and introduces the knowledge and skills necessary to effectively function as an IT manager. Th ecourse includes a review of Election Systems, Election Night Reporting, and Interconnected Election Systems vulnerabilities and liabilities. The content also covers Social Media and Website best practices, vulnerabilities, and liabilities, and addresses Procuring IT, Vendor Selection, Testing and Audits, Security Measures, and Risk Assessments. In addition, this course includes a review of resources available to the election community from the Department of Homeland Security.

Date: 2018

Training Purpose: Management Development

Training Proficiency Area: Level 1 - Beginner

Alignment to the NIST SP 800-181 Cybersecurity Workforce Framework

CategorySpecialty AreaWork Roles
Oversee and Govern Cybersecurity Management Information Systems Security Manager
Protect and Defend Incident Response Cyber Defense Incident Responder
Securely Provision Risk Management Authorizing Official/Designating Representative
+ Course Modules/Units
 
Professionalizing Election Admin Intro
Being an IT Manager
Election Systems
Technology and the Election Office
Procuring IT
Testing and Audits
Election Security
Principles of Information Security
Physical Security
Cybersecurity and Elections
Human Security
Risk Management and Elections
Incident Response Scenarios and Exercises
Phishing and Elections
DDOS Attacks and Elections
Website Defacing
Election Infrastructure Security
DHS Cyber Security Tools and Services
EAC Resources
New Course OfferingFoundations of Cybersecurity for Managers 2 HoursSkill Level: Beginner 
+ Description
 

This course is designed for managers and other stakeholders who may be involved in decision making that would include considerations for security in a cyber environment but do not have a strong technical background. Discussions focus on cybersecurity concepts and methodologies that are part of building a resilient cyber enterprise. This course explains how people and technology work together to protect mission-critical assets, and the frameworks leveraged to assess and apply security controls. Beginning with governance, laws, and regulations, the course progresses into threats to the environment and identifying corresponding controls and countermeasures, concluding with strategies for business continuity.

Learning Objectives:

  • Know key concepts of cybersecurity and its relation to the business mission.
  • Recall risk management strategies and related frameworks.
  • Identify how cloud services are leveraged and pros and cons of doing so.
  • Describe common threats, threat actor types, and mitigation techniques.

Date: 2020

Training Purpose: Skill Development

Training Proficiency Area: Level 1 - Beginner

Alignment to the NIST SP 800-181 Cybersecurity Workforce Framework

CategorySpecialty AreaWork Roles
Collect and Operate Cyber Operational Planning Cyber Ops Planner
Oversee and Govern Cybersecurity Management Information Systems Security Manager
Oversee and Govern Program/Project Management and Acquisition Program Manager
+ Course Modules/Units
 
Cybersecurity Introduction
Cybersecurity Workforce
Cybersecurity Governance
Cybersecurity Guidance Resources
Laws and Cybersecurity
Common Cyber Threats
Threat Actors
Cybersecurity and Mobile Devices
Security Controls
Security Tools and Measures
Introduction to Cloud Computing
Cloud Architectures and Deployment Models
Cloud Threats and Attacks
Cloud Security
Risk Management Overview
Incident Response and Digital Evidence Types
Risk and Planning Strategies
Foundations of Cybersecurity for Managers Exam
New Course OfferingFundamentals of Cyber Risk Management 6 HoursSkill Level: Beginner 
+ Description
 

This course focuses on key concepts, issues, and considerations for managing risk. Discussions include identifying critical assets and operations, risk assessment and analysis methodologies, risk management frameworks, and how to determine threats to your business function, mitigation strategies, and response and recovery.

Learning Objectives:

  • Describe key concepts related to cyber risk management.
  • Detail risk assessment and analysis methodologies and frameworks.
  • Identify security controls and countermeasures to mitigate risks and support response and recovery.

Date: 2020

Training Purpose: Skill Development

Training Proficiency Area: Level 1 - Beginner

Alignment to the NIST SP 800-181 Cybersecurity Workforce Framework

CategorySpecialty AreaWork Roles
Oversee and Govern Cybersecurity Management Information Systems Security Manager
Protect and Defend Incident Response Cyber Defense Incident Responder
Securely Provision Risk Management Security Control Assessor
+ Course Modules/Units
 
Fundamentals of Cyber Risk Management Course Introduction
Risk Management Overview
Standards for Risk Management
OCTAVE
CERT Resilience Management Model Overview
Critical Assets and Operations
Threat Overview
Vulnerabilities
Threat Scenarios
Risk and Impact Analysis
Considerations for Responding to Risks
Risk Mitigation Strategies
Control Methods and Types of Security Controls
Administrative Controls
Selecting Security Controls
Security Control Assessment
Mitigation Strategy and Maintenance
Security Testing and Assessments
Incident Response Terms and Life Cycle
Incident Response Phase 1 of 6 - Preparation
Incident Response Phase 2 of 6 – Detection and Analysis
Incident Response Phase 3 of 6 – Containment
Incident Response Phases 4-5 of 6 – Eradication and Recovery
Incident Response Phase 6 of 6 – Lessons Learned
Business Continuity Plans and Procedures
Disaster Recovery Plans and Procedures
Fundamentals of Cyber Risk Management Exam
New Course Offering(ISC)2 (TM) CISSP (R) Certification Prep 2018 22.5 HoursSkill Level: Advanced 
+ Description
 

This course prepares learners for the CISSP certification exam. This course focuses on the information security field, exam objectives, and the eight domains upon which the exam is based. This course includes reinforcing video demonstrations and a final practice exam.

Learning Objectives:

  • Explain and apply concepts to design, implement, and manage secure cyber operations.
  • Develop, document, and implement security policy, standards, procedures, and guidelines.
  • Apply risk management concepts.

Date: 2019

Training Purpose: Management Development

Training Proficiency Area: Level 3 - Advanced

Alignment to the NIST SP 800-181 Cybersecurity Workforce Framework

CategorySpecialty AreaWork Roles
Operate and Maintain Network Services Network Operations Specialist
Oversee and Govern Strategic Planning and Policy Cyber Policy and Strategy Planner
Securely Provision Systems Architecture Enterprise Architecture
+ Course Modules/Units
 
CISSP Course Introduction
Security and Risk Management Concepts
Regulatory Compliance and Frameworks
Organizational Privacy Responsibilities
Acquisition Strategies
Computer Crime and Incident Response
International Laws Pertaining to Security
Legal Regulations and Privacy
(ISC)2 Code of Ethics and Ethic Bases
Legal Regulations and Ethics
Policy and Components Overview
BC and DR Initiation and Management
BCP Business Impact Analysis
Vendor Management
System Threats and Countermeasures
Risk Assessment and Countermeasures
Access Control Types
RMF Security Control Assessment Process
Conducting Security Control Assessments
Security Assessment Report
Asset Valuation
Threat Modeling and Reduction Analysis
Security Awareness and Training
DEMO: Security Policy Review
Data Classification
Data Ownership and Retention
Privacy Protection and Data Governance
Security Control Application and Tailoring
Security Control Selection
Data Protection Method (DLP)
Secure Design Principles
Secure Design Standards and Models
Database System
Key Crypto Concepts and Definitions
Securing ICS and SCADA Systems
Industrial Control System Security
DEMO: SCADA Honeynet
Cloud Computing
Cloud Computing Security Issues
Distributed Systems
Parallel and Distributed Systems Security Issues
Internet of Things
Assess and Mitigate Vulnerabilities in Mobile Systems
Cryptographic Lifecycle
Cryptographic Methods
Symmetric Ciphers
Asymmetric Ciphers
Public Key Infrastructure (PKI)
Key Management Practices
Digital Signatures
Hashes and Other Integrity Controls
Salting Hashes
Methods of Cryptanalytic Attacks
Digital Rights Management
Site and Facility Design Criteria
Physical Security Controls
Physical and Environmental Threats
OSI and TCP/IP Models
Telecom and NW Security Layer 1
Telecom and NW Security Layer 2
Telecom and NW Security Layer 3
Telecom and NW Security Layer 4 and 5
Telecom and NW Security Layer 6 and 7
Multilayer and Converged Protocols
Mobile and Wireless Security
Content Distribution Networks
Implementing and Using Remote Access
Virtualization
Access Control Technologies
Access Control Types
Access Control System Strategies
Building Access Control
Operations Area Access Control
Credential Management Systems
Third-Party Identification Service
Cloud Identity
Data Authorization Mechanisms
Rule-Based Access Control
Audit and Assurance Mechanisms
Synthetic Transactions
Code Review and Testing
Misuse Case Testing
Test Coverage Analysis
Interface Testing
Security Audits and Agreements
Digital Investigation and Evidence Analysis
Legal System Investigation Types
Electronic Discovery
Intrusion Detection and Prevention
Continuous Monitoring
Egress Monitoring
Security Operations Concepts
Security Operations Incident Management
Managing Security Services Effectively
DEMO: Whitelisting and Blacklisting
Security Operations Resource Protection
Disaster Recovery Strategy
Maintaining Operational Resilience
Managing Recovery Communications
Test Disaster Recovery Plans (DRP)
Security Education Training and Awareness
Perimeter Security
Perimeter Intrusion Detection
Biometrics and Authentication Accountability
Personnel Privacy and Safety
DEMO: Intro to Dshell Toolkit
SDLC Phases
Software Development Models
System Security Protections and Controls
Agile Development Models
Maturity Models
Integrated Product Teams
Security Environment and Controls
SW Development Security and Malware
Impact of Acquired Software
DEMO: Automated Code Review
CISSP Practice Exam
New Course Offering(ISC)2(TM) Systems Security Certified Practitioner 12 HoursSkill Level: Beginner 
+ Description
 

This course serves as a preparation for the Systems Security Certified Practitioner (SSCP) certification exam, by demonstrating advanced technical skills and knowledge required to implement and administer infrastructure using security best practices, policies, and procedures.

Learning Objectives:

  • Demonstrate knowledge of security operations and administration.
  • Implement risk monitoring, analysis, and mitigation strategies.
  • Develop and implement incident response and recovery plans.

Date: 2018

Training Purpose: Skill Development

Training Proficiency Area: Level 1 - Beginner

Alignment to the NIST SP 800-181 Cybersecurity Workforce Framework

CategorySpecialty AreaWork Roles
Operate and Maintain Systems Analysis Systems Security Analyst
Operate and Maintain Systems Administration Systems Administrator
Securely Provision Systems Requirements Planning Systems Requirements Planner
+ Course Modules/Units
 
SSCP Introduction
Authentication Methods
Single Sign-On and Federated Access
Attribute Based Access Control
Device Authentication
Trust Architectures
Identity Management Lifecycle
Implementing Access Controls
(ISC)2 Code of Ethics
Security Concepts and Controls
Asset Management
Security Control Implementation
Assessing Physical Security
Physical Security Defenses
Administrative Controls
Auditing
System Development and Change Cycle
Change Control and Patch Management
Security Awareness and Training
Risk Management
Risk and Security Assessment
Security Testing and Assessment
Monitoring and Analysis
Monitoring Employees
Log Management
Integrity Checking
Testing and Analysis
Auditing Methodologies
Communicate Findings
Continuous Monitoring and CAESARS
Introduction to Continuous Monitoring
Incident Handling, Response and Recovery
Incident Handling Knowledge Areas Part 1 of 2
Incident Handling Knowledge Areas Part 2 of 2
Incident Handling Response
Incident Handling Countermeasures
DEMO: OpenVAS
Forensics
Business Continuity Planning
Business Impact Analysis
Backup and Recovery Strategies
Redundancy and Storage
Cryptography Terms
Requirements for Cryptography Part 1 of 2
Requirements for Cryptography Part 2 of 2
Steganography
Hashes, Parity and Checksum
Secure Protocols and Cryptographic Methods
Symmetric Cryptosystems
Symmetric and Asymmetric Cryptosystems
Public Key Infrastructure (PKI)
Key Management
Web of Trust
Secure Protocols
OSI and TCP/IP Models
Network Topology
Transmission Media
TCP, UDP and Common Protocols
ARP, DHCP and ICMP
Routers and Routing Protocols
Network Security Protocols
SSCP Exam
Mobile and Device Security (2015) 22 HoursSkill Level: Beginner 
+ Description
 

This course focuses on mobile devices, how they operate, and their security implications. This course includes topics such as signaling types, application stores, managing mobile devices, and emerging trends and security and privacy concerns with social media.

Learning Objectives:

  • Discover mobile device technology components and architectures and how to properly secure them.
  • Examine historical and current threats to mobile devices and methods for remediating against them.
  • Establish best practices and procedures for performing mobile device forensic investigations.

Date: 2015

Training Purpose: Skill Development

Training Proficiency Area: Level 1 - Beginner

Alignment to the NIST SP 800-181 Cybersecurity Workforce Framework

CategorySpecialty AreaWork Roles
Investigate Digital Forensics Cyber Defense Forensics Analyst
Operate and Maintain Customer Service and Technical Support Technical Support Specialist
Operate and Maintain Systems Analysis Systems Security Analyst
Oversee and Govern Legal Advice and Advocacy Privacy Officer/Privacy Compliance Manager
+ Course Modules/Units
 
Mobile Security Course Introduction
Cellular Network Generations
Network Standards Introduction
CDMA TDMA and GSM Introduction
GPRS Edge and UMTS Introduction
Additional Network Standards
Bluetooth and Wi-Fi
Cellular Network Components
Mobile Switching Center Database
Authentication and Government Standards
4G LTE
Mobile Device Components
Mobile Device Operating Systems
Android Customization
Wireless Technology Introduction
WiFi Standards
Wi-Fi Standards : 802.11ac
WiFi Types
Wireless Fidelity Part 2
WiFi Channels and SSIDs
WiFi Signals and Hardware
Bluetooth
WiMAX
Additional Standards
Near Field Communication
Introduction to Threats
Lost and Stolen Devices
Additional Device-Level Threats
Near Field Communications and Mobile Threats
Application-Level Threats
Rogue Applications
Network-Level Threats
Pineapple Router
Malicious Hotspot
Malicious Use Threats
Mobile Hacking Tools
Mobile Device Security Introduction
Mobile Device Security Introduction Cont.
Android Introduction
Android Security
Android Application Security
Google Android OS Features
Installing Antivirus
iOS Security Model and Platform
iOS Application Security
Jailbreaking iOS
iOS Application Security Cont.
Apple iOS Update Part 1 of 2
Apple iOS Update Part 2 of 2
Windows Phone Security Model and Platform
Windows Implementation and Application Security
Windows Phone Update
WiFi Security
WiMax and Bluetooth
Bluetooth Attack
Protecting Data
Encryption
Android Encryption
iOS Encryption
Email Security
Android and iOS Email Security
Windows Email Security
iOS Hardening
iOS Hardening Cont
Blackberry Hardening
Android Hardening
Android Hardening Cont.
Windows Phone Hardening
Windows Phone Password and Cookies
Windows Phone Wi-Fi
Windows Phone - Find, Wipe, and Backup
Device Security Policies
Exchange and BES
Mobile Device Management
Mobile Device Management Cont.
McAfee Mobility Management
Forensics Overview
Forensics Role and Framework
Device Identification
Device Identification Cont.
Network Data
Network Data Cont.
Preservation
Preservation Cont.
Acquisition
Acquisition Cont.
Device Specific Acquisition
Hashing
Hashing Cont.
Analysis
Archiving and Reporting
Cellebrite
Forensics Demonstration
XRY/XACT
Oxygen and CellXtract
Paraben and MOBILedit!
Additional Methods
Subscriber Data
Benefits of Social Media
Risks of Social Media
Liabilities Associated with Social Media
Social Media Controls
Emerging Trends
Emerging Trends Cont.
New Technologies in Mobile Devices
Mobile Devices and the Cloud
Mobile Security Course Quiz
Reverse Engineering 2 HoursSkill Level: Beginner
+ Description
 

This course focuses on the basics of reverse engineering, the process of analyzing a technology to determine how it was designed or how it operates. By starting with a finished product, in this case computer software, and working backwards to determine its component parts.

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify common uses for reverse engineering.
  • Explain the process and methodology of reverse engineering.
  • Understand some of the legal questions involved in reverse engineering.

Date: 2017

Training Purpose: Skill Development

Training Proficiency Area: Level 1 - Beginner

Alignment to the NIST SP 800-181 Cybersecurity Workforce Framework

CategorySpecialty AreaWork Roles
Securely Provision Systems Development Systems Developer
Securely Provision Technology R&D Research & Development Specialist
+ Course Modules/Units
 
Reverse Engineering
Securing Infrastructure Devices 1 HourSkill Level: Intermediate  
+ Description
 

This course focuses on physical security, operating system security, management traffic security, device service hardening, securing management services, and device access privileges.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand considerations for securing physical assets, patch management and change management.
  • Apply methods for securing network management traffic.
  • Understanding of securing management services such as NTP, SNMP, Syslog.
  • Understand hardware device hardening.

Date: 2010

Training Purpose: Skill Development

Training Proficiency Area: Level 2 - Intermediate

Alignment to the NIST SP 800-181 Cybersecurity Workforce Framework

CategorySpecialty AreaWork Roles
Operate and Maintain Network Services Network Operations Specialist
Operate and Maintain Systems Administration Systems Administrator
Operate and Maintain Systems Analysis Systems Security Analyst
Protect and Defend Cyber Defense Infrastructure Support Cyber Defense Infrastructure Support Specialist
Securely Provision Systems Architecture Security Architect
+ Course Modules/Units
 
Physical and Operating System Security
Management Traffic Security
Device Service Hardening
Securing Management Services
Device Access Hardening
Device Access Privileges
New Course OfferingSecuring Internet- Accessible Systems 1 HoursSkill Level: Beginner   
+ Description
 

This course focuses on Internet-accessible systems or "Internet of Things" (IoT). Each of these systems and devices can be targeted by threat actors and used to conduct malicious activity if they are unsecured, or worse, these systems can leave vulnerabilities and sensitive information open to exploitation if not properly configured and maintained. This course explains the vulnerabilities of internet-accessible systems and how to prepare for, mitigate, and respond to a potential attack. This course provides key knowledge to inform organizational awareness of internet-accessible system attacks as well as best practices that minimize the likelihood of a successful attack and enable effective response and recovery if an attack occurs.

This webinar is accessible to non-technical learners including managers and business leaders and offers an organizational perspective useful to technical specialists.

Learning Objectives
Enable learners to better defend their internet-accessible systems through awareness of common vulnerabilities, best practices, CISA guidance, and resources:

  • Define Internet-Accessible Systems and common vulnerabilities
  • Explain cyber hygiene best practices that prevent attacks.
  • Understand the impacts of real-life cyberattacks and what an effective organizational response looks like.
  • Learn steps to identify, mitigate, and recover from Internet-Accessible System attacks.

Date: 2020

Training Purpose: Skill Development

Training Proficiency Area: Level 1 - Beginner

Alignment to the NIST SP 800-181 Cybersecurity Workforce Framework

CategorySpecialty AreaWork Roles
Operate and Maintain Data Administration Data Analyst, Database Administrator
Operate and Maintain Systems Administration Systems Administrator
Operate and Maintain Systems Analysis Systems Security Analyst
Oversee and Govern Cybersecurity Management Communications Security Manager; Information Systems Security Manager
Oversee and Govern Program Management and Acquisition IT Investment Manager, IT Program Auditor, IT Project Manager, Product Support Manager, Program Manager
Oversee and Govern Strategic Planning and Policy Cyber Policy and Strategy Planner; Cyber Workforce Developer and Manager
Protect and Defend Cyber Defense Infrastructure Support Cyber Defense Infrastructure Support Specialist
Protect and Defend Incident Response Cyber Defense Incident Responder
Protect and Defend Vulnerability Assessment Analyst
Securely Provision Risk Management Authorizing Official/Designating Representative; Security Control Assessor
Securely Provision System Requirements Planning System Requirements Planner
+ Course Modules/Units
 
Securing Internet- Accessible Systems
Software Assurance Executive Course (SAE) 10 HoursSkill Level: Intermediate 
+ Description
 

This course is designed for executives and managers who wish to learn more about software assurance as it relates to acquisition and development. The purpose of this course is to expose participants to concepts and resources available now for their use to address software security assurance across the acquisition and development life cycles.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understanding of software assurance practices and challenges.
  • Advice for organizations and the future of software assurance.
  • Understanding of software supply chain risk management.
  • Awareness of agile methods and adopting software trustworthiness.

Date: 2013

Training Purpose: Skill Development

Training Proficiency Area: Level 2 - Intermediate

Alignment to the NIST SP 800-181 Cybersecurity Workforce Framework

CategorySpecialty AreaWork Roles
Oversee and Govern Cybersecurity Management Cybersecurity Manager
Oversee and Govern Executive Cyber Leadership Executive Cyber Leader
Securely Provision Software Development Software Developer
+ Course Modules/Units
 
Interview with William Scherlis: Introduction and Background
Software Assurance Challenges
Encouraging Adoption of Software Assurance Practices Through People and Incentives
The Path Toward Software Assurance: Advice for Organizations
Learning from Failure
The Future of Software Assurance
Introduction, Current Software Assurance Activities by DHS, and Current SW Assurance Environment
Managing Risks in a Connected World
A Need for Diagnostic Capabilities and Standards
Changing Behavior: Resources
Establishing a Foundation for Software Assurance
Conclusion: The Rugged Manifesto and Challenge
Introduction to Software Assurance
Software Assurance Landscape
Software Assurance Principles
Current Software Realities
Introduction to Software Assurance, Part 2
Building Security In
Microsoft Secure Development Lifecycle (MS SDL)
Requirements Engineering
Security Requirements Methods
Threat Modeling: STRIDE (used by Microsoft)
Industry Case Study in Threat Modeling: Ford Motor Company
Topic Summary
Creating and Selling the Security Development Lifecycle (SDL)
Managing the Process
Making a Difference
Introduction and Key Components of Agile Development
Traditional & Agile Acquisition Life Cycles
Common Agile Methods and Scrum - the Most Adopted Agile Method
Challenges to Agile Adoption
Suggestions for Successful Use of Agile Methods in DHS Acquisition
Agile Summary
Software Assurance, Introduction to Part 3: Mission Assurance
What Does Mission Failure Look Like?
Mission Thread Analysis for Assurance
Applying Mission Thread Analysis Example 1
Applying Mission Thread Analysis Example 2
Applying Mission Thread Analysis
Software Assurance, Introduction to Part 4: SwA for Acquisition
Software Supply Chain Challenges
Supply Chain Risk Mitigations for Products
System Supply Chains
SCRM Standards
Summary
Software Assurance in the Software Development Process and Supply Chain: Introduction
Scope of the Problem
Governance for System and Software Assurance
Strategy Solutions: System Security Engineering, Software Sustainment
Process Solutions
Introduction, History, and Current State of Software
Trustworthy Software
The UK Trustworthy Software Initiative (TSI)
Trustworthy Software Framework
Current Focus and Future Direction of UK TSI
Questions and Answers
Static Code Analysis using HPE Fortify 2 HoursSkill Level: Beginner
+ Description
 

This course focuses on integrating static code analysis tools into the software development process from a developer's/cybersecurity professional's perspective. The course demonstrates how Fortify is used to identify and remove Common Weakness Enumeration (CWE) from applications in which the source code is available.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand how static code analysis tools work.
  • Utilize integrated development environment (IDE) plugins in order to find CWE in source code during the development phase.
  • Apply visualization tools available to developers and security professionals.
  • Participate in accreditation reporting.

Date: 2014

Training Purpose: Skill Development

Training Proficiency Area: Level 1 - Beginner

Alignment to the NIST SP 800-181 Cybersecurity Workforce Framework

CategorySpecialty AreaWork Roles
Oversee and Govern Legal Advice and Advocacy Privacy Officer/Privacy Compliance Manager
Securely Provision Systems Development Systems Developer
+ Course Modules/Units
 
AppSec with HPE Product Overview and Workflow
HPE Fortify Static Code Analyzer Suite Overview
HPE Static Code Analyzer Command Line Demo
Audit Workbench Demo
Fortify SCA Process Flow
Audit Workbench Demo Continued
STIG Reporting with Audit Workbench
IDE Plugin
Questions and Answers
Fortify Priority
Software Security Center
Static Code Analysis using Synopsis Coverity 1.5 HoursSkill Level: Beginner
+ Description
 

This course focuses on integrating static code analysis tools into the software development process. This course explains how developers can use tools such as Coverity to identify and remove Common Weakness Enumeration (CWE) from applications in which the source code is available, prior to deployment.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand how static code analysis tools work.
  • The use of integrated development environment (IDE) plugins in order to find CWE in source code during the development phase.
  • Visualization tools available to developers and security.

Date: 2014

Training Purpose: Skill Development

Training Proficiency Area: Level 1 - Beginner

Alignment to the NIST SP 800-181 Cybersecurity Workforce Framework

CategorySpecialty AreaWork Roles
Oversee and Govern Legal Advice and Advocacy Privacy Officer/Privacy Compliance Manager
Securely Provision Systems Development Systems Developer
Securely Provision Test and Evaluation System Testing and Evaluation Specialist
+ Course Modules/Units
 
Overview of Synopsis Software Integrity Platform
Demonstration
Questions and Answers
Closing
Supply Chain Assurance using Sonatype Nexus 2.5 HoursSkill Level: Beginner
+ Description
 

This course focuses on integrating static code analysis tools into the software development process from both a developer's and a security professional's perspective. This course demonstrates how tools such as Sonatype can be used to evaluate the software supply chain in order to identify and remove components with known Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVE) from applications in which the source code is available.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand why software supply chain is important.
  • Utilize integrated development environment (IDE) plugins in order to identify and avoid the use of libraries, applications, tools, etc. with known CVE used by an application.
  • Apply tools to enforce organizational security policies and governance.

Date: 2014

Training Purpose: Skill Development

Training Proficiency Area: Level 1 - Beginner

Alignment to the NIST SP 800-181 Cybersecurity Workforce Framework

CategorySpecialty AreaWork Roles
Oversee and Govern Legal Advice and Advocacy Privacy Officer/Privacy Compliance Manager
Securely Provision Systems Development Systems Developer
Securely Provision Test and Evaluation System Testing and Evaluation Specialist
+ Course Modules/Units
 
Overview of Sonatype Success Engineering
Developer Perspective
Policies
Dashboard
Repository Manager
Questions and Answers
Success from the Start
Preparing for Deployment - Overview
Preparing for Deployment - Licenses
Preparing for Deployment - Architectural Risk
Preparing for Deployment - Evaluation
Preparing for Deployment - Policy Elements
Preparing for Deployment - Default Policy Demo
Preparing for Deployment - Policy Demo
New Course OfferingUnderstanding DNS Attacks 1 HoursSkill Level: Beginner   
+ Description
 

The Domain Name System, commonly known as DNS, is often referred to as the "phone book" of the Internet. Every time we access the Internet to visit our favorite websites, shop and pay bills online, or access online portals for healthcare or banking, we depend on DNS infrastructure to securely route us to our intended destinations. While this shared infrastructure is incredibly powerful and useful, it also presents a rich attack surface for threat actors: allowing them to shut down websites and online services, replace legitimate website content with threats and extortion attempts, or even route traffic to a carbon copy of a legitimate website to steal any information entered by users intending to conduct business as usual. "Understanding DNS Attacks" provides key information you need to know to protect yourself and your organization from DNS infrastructure tampering including common vulnerabilities, how to identify a potential attack, and guidance and best practices to mitigate the likelihood and impact of a successful DNS attack.

This webinar is accessible to non-technical learners including managers and business leaders, and offers an organizational perspective useful to technical specialists.

Learning Objectives:
Enable learners to prevent, flag, and protect themselves and their organizations from DNS infrastructure attacks through awareness of common attack schemes, best practices, CISA guidance, and resources.

  • Define DNS Tampering and explain common attack methods
  • Identify signs of a DNS attack
  • Learn mitigation steps for DNS attacks
  • Understand the process to recover from a DNS attack
  • Explore impacts of DNS attacks through case studies

Date: 2021

Training Proficiency Area: Level 1 - Beginner

Training Purpose: Skill Development

Alignment to the NIST SP 800-181 Cybersecurity Workforce Framework

CategorySpecialty AreaWork Roles
Analyze All-Source Analysis Mission Assessment Specialist
Collect and Operate Collection Operations All-Source Collection Manager, All-Source Collection Requirements Manager
Operate and Maintain Customer Service and Technical Support Technical Support Specialist
Operate and Maintain Data Administration Data analyst, database administrator
Operate and Maintain Knowledge Management Knowledge Manager
Operate and Maintain Network Services Network Operation Specialist
Operate and Maintain Systems Administration System Administrator
Oversee and Govern Cybersecurity Management Communications security manager; information systems security manager
Oversee and Govern Program Management and Acquisition IT investment manager, IT program auditor, IT project manager, product support manager, program manager
Oversee and Govern Strategic Planning and Policy Cyber policy and strategy planner; cyber workforce developer and manager
Oversee and Govern Training, Education, and Awareness Cyber Instructional Curriculum Developer
Protect and Defend Cyber Defense Infrastructure Support Cyber Defense Infrastructure Support Specialist
Protect and Defend Incident Response Cyber Defense Incident Responder
Protect and Defend Vulnerability Assessment and Management Vulnerability Assessment Analyst
Securely Provision Risk Management Authorizing official; security control assessor
Securely Provision Systems Architecture Enterprise Architect, Security Architect
Securely Provision Systems Requirements Planning Systems Requirements Planner
Securely Provision Test and Evaluation System Testing and Evaluation Specialist
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Understanding DNS Attacks
New Course OfferingUnderstanding Web and Email Server Security 1 HoursSkill Level: Beginner   
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Web and email servers are the workhorses of the Internet: we couldn't run government, businesses, or our personal lives without them! However, the information exchanged through web and email servers can offer a tempting target for cyber attackers. Participants can request 1 CPE credit for completing this course.

This webinar includes the following information and more:

  • Attack methods: Hackers can target and decode victims' web and email traffic, compromise email security to make phishing attempts more likely to succeed, or can even use botnets to shut down access to websites and conduct large-scale campaigns of malicious activity.
  • Key Guidance for Organizations: CISA provides resources and best practices to help individuals and organizations secure their web and email infrastructure.
  • Case studies: Explore the methods and impacts of real-life cyberattacks, and how the victims responded and recovered.
  • Incident Response overview: Key steps to identify a potential attack, mitigate damage through proper preparation and response, and recover after an attack occurs.

Learning Objectives:
Enable learners to prevent, flag, and protect themselves and their organizations from web and email server cyberattacks through awareness of common attack schemes, best practices, CISA guidance, and resources.

  • Define web and email server infrastructure, and explain common attack methods
  • Identify signs of a potential attack
  • Learn mitigation steps for web and email server attacks
  • Understand the process to recover from a web or email server attack
  • Explore impacts of web and email server attacks through case studies

Date: 2020

Training Proficiency Area: Level 1 - Beginner

Training Purpose: Skill Development

Alignment to the NIST SP 800-181 Cybersecurity Workforce Framework

CategorySpecialty AreaWork Roles
Analyze All-Source Analysis All-source analysis
Analyze Threat Analysis Threat/ warning analyst
Collect and Operate Collection Operations All Source Collection Manager; All Source Collection Requirements Manager
Collect and Operate Cyber Operational Planning Cyber Intel Planner; Cyber Ops Planner; Partner Integration Planner
Operate and Maintain Data Administration Data analyst, database administrator
Operate and Maintain Knowledge Management Knowledge Manager
Operate and Maintain Network Services Network Operations Specialist
Operate and Maintain Systems Administration System Administrator
Operate and Maintain Systems Analysis Systems Security Analyst
Oversee and Govern Cybersecurity Management Communications security manager; information systems security manager
Oversee and Govern Program Management and Acquisition IT investment manager, IT program auditor, IT project manager, product support manager, program manager
Oversee and Govern Strategic Planning and Policy Cyber policy and strategy planner; cyber workforce developer and manager
Protect and Defend Cyber Defense Analysis Cyber Defense Analyst
Protect and Defend Cyber Defense Infrastructure Support Cyber Defense Infrastructure Support specialist
Protect and Defend Incident Response Cyber defense incident responder
Protect and Defend Vulnerability Assessment and Management Vulnerability assessment analyst
Securely Provision Risk Management Authorizing official; security control assessor
Securely Provision Systems Architecture Enterprise Architect; Security Architect
Securely Provision System Requirements Planning System requirements planner
+ Course Modules/Units
 
Understanding Web and Email Server Security