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 - Oversight and Development
NICE Cybersecurity Workforce Framework Category - Protect and Defend
NICE Cybersecurity Workforce Framework Category - Securely Provision

The NICE Cybersecurity Workforce Framework can be found at: https://niccs.us-cert.gov/workforce-development/cyber-security-workforce-framework

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101 Coding - 5 HoursSkill Level: Basic 
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 101 Coding

Description

In this course, you will learn the basics of computer programming - how to give a machine a set of instructions to produce a desired behavior. This course 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 your own 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.

Training Purpose: Securely Provision

Specialty Areas: Software Assurance and Security Engineering, Systems Development, Systems Requirements Planning, Systems Security Architecture, Technology Research and Development, Test and Evaluation

Training Proficiency Area: Level 1 - Basic

Course Date: 6/7/2017

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Coding 101 - Review
101- Critical Infrastructure Protection 2 HoursSkill Level: Basic    
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 101 - Critical Infrastructure Protection

In this course, you will learn about 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.

  • 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.

Training Purpose: Securely Provision, Operate and Maintain, Oversight and Development, Protect and Defend

Specialty Areas: Systems Architecture, Technology Research and Development, Systems Requirements Planning, Systems Development, Software Assurance and Security Engineering, Network Services, Systems Administration, Systems Analysis, Information Systems Security Operations, Security Program Management, Strategic Planning and Policy Development, Computer Network Defense Analysis, Computer Network Defense Infrastructure Support

Training Proficiency Area: Level 1 - Basic

Course Date: 5/19/2017

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Critical Infrastructure Protection
101 Reverse Engineering - 2 HoursSkill Level: Basic 
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 101 Reverse Engineering

Description

In this course, you will learn the basics of reverse engineering, the process of analyzing a technology specifically to determine how it was designed or how it operates. Instead of working toward building a finished product (like you would in engineering), in reverse engineering you start with a finished product and try to work backwards to determine its component parts. This course focuses on reverse engineering computer software.

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.

Training Purpose: Securely Provision

Specialty Areas: Software Assurance and Security Engineering, Systems Development, Technology Research and Development

Training Proficiency Area: Level 1 - Basic

Course Date: 5/19/2017

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Reverse Engineering
Advanced PCAP Analysis and Signature Development (APA) 1 HourSkill Level: Intermediate 
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 Advanced PCAP Analysis and Signature Development (APA)

The Advanced PCAP Analysis and Signature Development (APA) course takes users through an introduction to rules, goes over example syntax, protocols and expressions. This course contains several supporting video demonstrations as well as lab exercises writing and testing basic rules.

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Advanced Pcap Analysis And Signature Development
Packet Protocol Dns
Introduction To Rules
Examples Of Sourcefire Rules
Sourcefire Rule Syntax - Protocols
Sourcefire Rule Syntax - Message And Matching
Lab Exercise Writing And Testing Basic Rules
Lab Exercise Writing And Testing Basic Rules Video
Lab Exercise Writing And Testing Basic Rules Continued
Lab Exercise Continued
Regular Expressions
Editing A Poor Rule
How To Write An Ipv4 Regular Expression
Lab Exercise Writing Regular Expression
Lab Exercise Writing Regular Expression Continued
Malware Analysis Reports (Mar)
Demonstration of Mar 131751 Report
Demonstration Of Mar Report Continued
Lab Exercise Writing Rules From Malware Analysis Reports
Lab Exercise Writing Rules From Malware Analysis Reports Continued
Advanced Windows Scripting 6 HoursSkill Level: Basic
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 This course focusses 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. Training Purpose: Functional Development

Specialty Areas: Network Services, System Administration, Systems Security Analysis

Training Proficiency Area: Level 1 - Basic

Capture Date: 2015

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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
Analysis Pipeline 6 HoursSkill Level: Intermediate
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 This course is designed for network flow data analysts who use or are considering using Analysis Pipeline (http://tools.netsa.cert.org/analysis-pipeline5/index.html). The course aims to help the student better understand how to incorporate streaming network flow analysis into their toolkit for identifying and alerting on events of interest. The focus will be on applying Analysis Pipeline to operational use cases

Training Purpose - Skill Development

Specialty Areas - Computer Network Defense Analysis, Computer Network Defense Infrastructure Support, Vulnerability Assessment and Management

Training Proficiency Area - Level 2 - Intermediate

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Introduction
Configuration Files
Running Pipeline
Logical Schematics
Pipeline and Timing and State
Alerts
Configuration File Basics
Filters
Filters (Exercises and Solutions)
Evaluations
Evaluations (Exercises and Solutions)
Statistics
Internal Filters
List Configurations
Configuration File Basics (Exercises and Solutions)
Threshold Examples
Special Evaluations
Building an Analytic
Server Profiling Analytic
Host Discovery Analytic
Advanced Configurations
NTP Anomalies
Unknown SSH Brute Force
Choose Your Own Adventure
ICMP Surveying: Thinking it Through
ICMP Surveying: Building it Out
DDoS Detection: Thinking it Through
DDoS Detection: Building it Out
SSH Compromise: Thinking it Through
SSH Compromise: Building it Out
Analysis Pipeline 5
EC-Council Certified Ethical Hacker (CEHv9) Self-Study Prep 31 HoursSkill Level: Advanced 
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The CEHv9 certification prep self-study course helps prepare students to sit for the EC-Council Certified Ethical Hacker version 9 certification exam. This course contains materials to aid the student in broadening their knowledge of advanced network assessment techniques including enumeration, scanning and reconnaissance. Updates to v9 from v8 include several new tools and new module on cloud considerations. Topics include reconnaissance, hacking laws, web application hacking, social engineering, packet capture, and scanning. The course then moves on to exploitation of several types of threats and how to cover your tracks, concluding with a practice exam.

Learning Objectives

  • eview of the domains and published objectives of the CEHv9
  • Supplemental resource for preparation for the EC-Council CEHv9 certification exam

Training Purpose: Skill Development

Specialty Areas: Systems Security Analysis, Computer Network Defense, Vulnerability Assessment and Management, Cyber Threat Analysis, Computer Network Defense Infrastructure Support

Training Proficiency Area: Level 3 - Advanced

Capture Date: 2016

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Certified Ethical Hacker v9 Intro
Ethical Hacking Intro and Security Reports
Security Reports Statistics
Ethical Hacking Terminology
IR in Ethical Hacking
Laws and Regulations
Ethical Hacking and Threats
Types of Attacks and Attack Vectors
Hacking Phases and Vul Research
Reconnaissance
Passive Footprinting
DEMO: WHOIS with BackTrack
Passive WHOIS Queries
Google Hacking
Active Footprinting
DEMO: Nslookup Example
Active Footprinting Cont
DEMO: Active Footprinting with Traceroute
Network Mapping and Web Mirroring
Active Footprinting Countermeasures
Scanning Essentials
Scanning Essentials Continued
Port Scanning
Vulnerability Scanning
DEMO: Banner Grabbing with Telnet
Covert Scanning
DEMO: Scanning with Nmap Demo
Additional Covert Scanning
Enumeration Overview Part 1 of 2
Enumeration Overview Part 2 of 2
Enumeration Tools
Operating System Account Enumeration
Protocol Enumeration
DEMO: NetStat Enumeration and Countermeasures
Authentication Techniques
Microsoft Authentication
Password Cracking
Password Cracking Techniques
Privilege Escalation
DEMO: Rainbow Table Lookup Sites
Keyloggers
Spyware and Activity Monitoring
Packet Sniffing Attacks
Rootkits
Covert Hacking
Covering Tracks
Virus Examples and Symptoms
Virus Classifications and Characteristics
Virus Types and Terminology
Virus Making Tools
Famous Worms
Trojan Terminology and Techniques
Trojans and Backdoors
DEMO: Shell Connections via Netcat and BackTrack
Trojan Analysis
DEMO: Trojans and Rootkits
Malware Countermeasures and Tools
DEMO: Strings Analysis
Other Malicious Code Types
Sniffers Terminology and Overview
Network Overview for Sniffer Placement
Basic Packet Analysis
DEMO: Viewing ARP Packets with Packet Builder
Attacks and Protocols Vulnerable to Sniffing
Spoofing and Flooding Sniffing Attacks
MITM Attacks Ports Vul to Sniffing
Wireshark Overview and Examples
Evasion in Network Sniffing
Sniffing Countermeasures and Tools
DEMO: Hping3
DEMO: Wireshark
Social Engineering Background and Examples
Human-based Social Engineering
Additional Human-based SE
Computer Based Social Engineering
Computer-Based SE - Social Networking
Mobile-based Social Engineering
SE and Identity Theft Countermeasures
DEMO: Social Engineering Toolkit Demo
Denial of Service Part 1 of 2
Denial of Service Part 2 of 2
Categories of Denial of Service
DEMO: HW and Mobile DoS Options
Buffer Overflow Terminology and Background
DEMO: Stack Overflow Testing wil OllyDbg
Session Hijacking Overview and Examples
Cross Site Scripting and Other Session Attacks
Session Hijacking Techniques
IPSec and Session Hijacking
Hacking Webservers Terminology and Background
Webserver Architecture
Webserver Hacking Tools
Web Server Attacks
OWASP Top 10
Webserver Hacking Countermeasures
SQL and Command Injection Web App Hacking
Non SQL Injection Errors
Parameter and Form Tampering Web App Hacking
Cross-site Scripting and Obfuscation Web App Hacks
Cross-Site Request Forgery and Cookies
Web Application Methodology
Web App Attack Tools and Countermeasures
Buffer Overflow Tools and Countermeasures
DEMO: BurpSuite
DEMO: XP cmdshell Demo
SQL Terminology and Example Statements
SQL Enumeration
SQL Injection Attacks
SQL Injection Tools and Countermeasures
DEMO: SQL Injection
Wireless Terminology and Standards
Wireless Terminology and Antennas
Wireless Authentication
Wireless-based Attacks
Wireless Attack Methodology
Wireless Attack Methodology Continued
WEP WPA and Other Wireless Attacks
Bluetooth Communication Basics
Wireless Protocols and Signal Modulation
DEMO: SSID and Channels
DEMO: WiFi Analyzer Using Mobile Device
Wireless Hacking Tools and Countermeasures
Mobile Platform Overview
Mobile Device Operating Systems
Hacking Mobile Platforms
IDS Overview and Detection Methods
DEMO: Published Snort Rules
Firewalls and Honeypots
Firewall Configurations
Signs of Intrusions
Evasion Techniques
IDS Evasion Techniques
Evasion Testing Techniques
DEMO: Intrusion Signs
Cryptography Background and Terminology
Crypto Keys and Algorithms
SHA and TLS Algorithms
DEMO: Hashing with MD5 Sum
Crypto Keys and Algorithms Continued
Cryptography Implementations
Public Key Infrastructure (PKI)
Cryptanalysis Techniques
Cryptanalysis Tools
Cryptographic Attacks
Steganography Tools
Security Testing and Assessments
Penetration Testing Terminology
Risk Management and Penetration Testing
Penn Testing Phases and Methodology
Penetration Testing Walkthrough
Penetration Testing Tools
DEMO: Exploits with Armitage
DEMO: Intro to Armitage
DEMO: v3 RunningExploitFrom Code
Introduction to Cloud Computing
Cloud Security
Cloud Architectures
Cloud Testing Tools
Cloud Threats and Attacks
CEHv9 Prep Practice Exam
Certified Information Security Manager 2013 Self-Study Course 11 HoursSkill Level: Basic
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 The ISACA Certified Information Security Manager (CISM) 2013 certification prep course self study prepares students to sit for the management-focused CISM exam as well as strengthens their information security management expertise through the in-depth courseware, reinforcing demonstrations, and final quiz. The course covers topics from the four domains featured in the CISM certification: Information Security Governance, Information Risk Management and Compliance, Information Security Program Development and Management, and Information Security Incident Management.

Specialty Areas: Information Systems Security Operations, Security Program Management, Strategic Planning and Policy Development, Systems Requirements Planning, Systems Security Architecture Training

Proficiency: Level 1 - Basic

Capture Date: 2013

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CISM 2013 Course Introduction
IS Governance Domain Overview
Information Security (IS) Management
Importance of IS Governance Part 1 of 2
Importance of IS Governance Part 2 of 2
IS Management Metrics
ISM Strategy Part 1 of 2
ISM Strategy Part 2 of 2
Elements of IS Strategy
IS Action Plan for Strategy
Key Goal, Risk, Performance Indicator Demo
Risk Management Overview and Concepts
Risk Management Implementation
Risk Assessment: Models and Analysis
Calculating Total Cost of Ownership Demo
Recovery Time Objective (RTO) Demo
Compliance Enforcement
Risk Analysis: Threat Analysis
IS Controls and Countermeasures
Other Risk Management Considerations Part 1 of 2
Other Risk Management Considerations Part 2 of 2
Cost Benefit Analysis Demo
Information Security Program Development
Information Security Program Management
Outcomes of Effective Management
IS Security Program Development Concepts
Scope and Charter of IS Program Development
IS Management Framework
IS Framework Components
IS Program Roadmap Map
Organizational Roles and Responsibilities
Information Security Manager Responsibilities
Other Roles and Responsibilities in IS
Information Security Program Resources
IS Personnel Roles and Responsibilities
IS Program Implementation Part 1 of 2
IS Program Implementation Part 2 of 2
Implementing IS Security Management Part 1 of 2
Implementing IS Security Management Part 2 of 2
Measuring IS Management Performance
Common Challenges to IS Management
Determining the State of IS Management
Incident Management and Response
Incident Management Part 1 of 2
Incident Management Part 2 of 2
IMT IRT Members
Incident Response Planning Part 1 of 2
Incident Response Planning Part 2 of 2
Phishing Emails Demo
Incident Management Workflow Demo
Recovery Planning Part 1 of 2
Recovery Planning Part 2 of 2
RTIR Incident Response Tool Demo Part 1 of 2
RTIR Incident Response Tool Demo Part 2 of 2
CISM Course Practice Quiz
CDM Dashboard Course 2 hoursSkill Level: Basic
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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 familiarize the student with operational concepts of the CDM Dashboard, prior to using it in a production environment.

Technical Level: Basic

Framework Category: Protect and Defend

Specialty Areas:

  • Computer Network Defense Analysis
  • Computer Network Defense
  • Infrastructure Support
  • Incident Response
  • Vulnerability Assessment and Management
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CDM Dashboard Overview
CDM Dashboard Simulation User Guide
CDM Dashboard Simulation
CDM Dashboard Custom Reporting
CDM Module 1 : Overview 2 HoursSkill Level: Basic 
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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 people and software work together to protect mission critical assets and to more effectively evaluate their cyber 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.

Specialty Area(s): Software Assurance and Security Engineering, Information Assurance Compliance, Systems Security Architecture, Computer Network Defense Analysis, System Security Analysis, Security Program Management, Information Systems Security Operations, Test and Evaluation, Computer Network Defense Infrastructure Support

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?
CDM Module 2: Hardware Asset Management 1 HourSkill Level: Basic 
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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 people and software work together to protect mission critical assets and to more effectively evaluate their cyber 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.

Specialty Area(s): Software Assurance and Security Engineering, Information Assurance Compliance, Systems Security Architecture, Computer Network Defense Analysis, System Security Analysis, Security Program Management, Information Systems Security Operations, Test and Evaluation, Computer Network Defense Infrastructure Support

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?
CDM Module 3: Software Asset Management 1.5 HoursSkill Level: Basic 
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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 people and software work together to protect mission critical assets and to more effectively evaluate their cyber 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.

Specialty Area(s): Software Assurance and Security Engineering, Information Assurance Compliance, Systems Security Architecture, Computer Network Defense Analysis, System Security Analysis, Security Program Management, Information Systems Security Operations, Test and Evaluation, Computer Network Defense Infrastructure Support

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?
CDM Module 4: Configuration Settings Management .5 HoursSkill Level: Basic 
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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 people and software work together to protect mission critical assets and to more effectively evaluate their cyber 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.

Specialty Area(s): Software Assurance and Security Engineering, Information Assurance Compliance, Systems Security Architecture, Computer Network Defense Analysis, System Security Analysis, Security Program Management, Information Systems Security Operations, Test and Evaluation, Computer Network Defense Infrastructure Support

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?
CDM Module 5: Vulnerability Management .5 HoursSkill Level: Basic 
+ Description
 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 people and software work together to protect mission critical assets and to more effectively evaluate their cyber 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.

Specialty Area(s): Software Assurance and Security Engineering, Information Assurance Compliance, Systems Security Architecture, Computer Network Defense Analysis, System Security Analysis, Security Program Management, Information Systems Security Operations, Test and Evaluation, Computer Network Defense Infrastructure Support

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?
Cisco CCENT Self-Study Prep 13 hoursSkill Level: Intermediate 
+ Description
 The Cisco CCENT Prep course is a self-study resource for learners preparing for the Cisco CCENT certification, one of the prerequisites for the Cisco CCNA certification. Installing, operating, configuring, and verifying a basic IPv4 and IPv6 network will be discussed. Students will also be introduced to configuring a LAN switch, configuring an IP router, and identifying basic security threats. The course includes several reinforcing video demonstrations of concepts discussed, as well as a quiz.

Training Purpose: Sill Development

Specialty Areas: Network Services, System Administration, Customer Service and Technical Support, Systems Security architecture

Training Proficiency Area: Level 1 - Basic

Capture Date: 2015

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Switched Networks Part 1 of 2
Switched Networks Part 2 of 2
Collisions and Broadcasts
DEMO: Viewing an ARP Table
Basic Switch Configuration
SSH Operation and Configuration
Configuring Switch Ports
Switch Troubleshooting
Securing a Switch
Best Practices for Switched Networks
DEMO: Making an RJ-45 Cable
VLAN Segmentation Part 1 of 2
VLAN Segmentation Part 2 of 2
VLAN Implementations
VLAN Security and Design
DEMO: Configuring VLANs
DEMO: Demonstrating VLAN Connectivity
Functions of a Router Part 1 of 2
Functions of a Router Demo
Functions of a Router Part 2 of 2
Configuring Basic Router Settings
DEMO: IPv4 and IPv6 Subnetting
Basic Router Settings_IPv6 and Loopback Interfaces
Verifying Connectivity of Directly Connected Networks
Switching Packets Between Networks
Routing Tables and Protocols
DEMO: IPv6 Header Analysis
DEMO: MAC Address Table
DEMO: IPv4 Addresses and Router Interfaces
DEMO: IPv6 Addressing on Router Interfaces
Inter-VLAN Routing Configuration
Layer 3 Switching
Static Routing
Configure Static Routing
Classful Addressing and Routing
Configuring Summary Routes
Troubleshooting Static and Default Routes
DEMO: Static Routing
Dynamic Routing Protocol Operation
Routing Protocol Operating Fundamentals
Types of Routing Protocols
Types of Distance Vector Routing Protocols
Configuring the RIP Protocol
RIPng and Link-State Routing
DEMO: RIP Version 1 and IPv4
DEMO: RIP Version 2 Improvements
DEMO: Setting up RIP for IPv6
Characteristics of OSPF
OSPF Messages
OSPF Router IDs
Configuring and Verifying OSPF
OSPFv2 versus OSPFv3
DEMO: Configuring OSPF
DEMO: Troubleshooting OSPFv2
DEMO: Configuring OSPFv3
DHCPv4 Operation
Configuring and Troubleshooting DHCPv4
DEMO: DHCPv4
SLAAC and DHCPv6
Stateless and Stateful DHCPv6
DEMO: Stateless DHCPv6
NAT Characteristics and Benefits
Types of NAT
Configuring Static and Dynamic NAT
Configuring PAT and Port Forwarding
DEMO: Enabling IPv4 NAT
Configuring and Troubleshooting NAT for IPv6
CCENT Prep Practice Exam
Cisco CCNA Security Self-Study Prep 15 Hours Skill Level: Intermediate
+ Description
 The Cisco CCNA Security Self-Study Prep course is aimed at those who already have experience with routers and basic level networking skills, and those who may be interested in taking the Cisco CCNA Security exam. Content covered in the CCNA Security Prep course include protocol sniffers, analyzers, TCP/IP, desktop utilities, Cisco IOS, the Cisco VPN, a Cisco simulation program called Packet Tracer, and some web-based resources. Students will get a theoretical understanding of network security, knowledge and skills designed to implement it. This self-study resource contains several reinforcing video demonstrations and final exam.

Training Purpose: Sill Development

Specialty Areas: Network Services, System Administration, Customer Service and Technical Support

Training Proficiency Area: Level 2 - Intermediate

Capture Date: 2015

+ Course Modules/Units
 
Securing Network Devices
Secure Administrative Access Part 1 of 2
Secure Administrative Access Part 2 of 2
DEMO: Securing Router Access Methods
Role-Based CLI Overview
Password Recovery
Management Reporting and Logging Considerations
Implementing Log Messaging for Security
Configuring NTP
Disabling Unused Cisco Router Network Services and Interfaces
AAA Authentication Methods
Implementing Local AAA Authentication
Implementing Server-Based AAA Authentication
Cisco Secure ACS
Configuring Server-Based AAA Authentication
Server-Based Authorization and Accounting
Implementation Firewall Technologies
Access List Controls (ACLs)
Extended ACLs and ACL Caveats
ACL Placement
Complex ACLs
Troubleshooting ACLs
Securing Networks with Firewalls
Zone-Based Policy Firewalls
CCP Firewall Wizard and Manual ZPF using CCP
DEMO: Enabling IOS Firewall
Implementing Intrusion Prevention Intro
IPS Signatures
Signature Trigger and Action for IPS
Managing and Monitoring IPS
Configuring and Verifying IOS IPS
Securing the Local Area Network Intro
Layer 2 Security Part 1 of 2
Layer 2 Security Part 2 of 2
Mitigating MAC Spoofing and MAC Table Overflow Attacks
Mitigating STP Manipulation
Configuring Storm Control
Mitigating VLAN Attacks
Configuring Cisco Switch Port Analyzer
Private VLAN Edge
Advanced Technology Security Considerations
Wireless Networks
VoIP and SAN Networks
DEMO: Enabling STP with Voiceover
Cryptographic Systems and Hashes
Encryption and Confidentiality
Public Key Cryptography and PKI
VPN Terminology and Topologies
IPSec Frameworks and Key Exchange
IPSec Tasks
Configuring IPsec VPN using CCP
Remote-Access VPNs
Managing a Secure Network and Addressing Risks
Operations Security
Network Security Testing
Continuity Planning
SDLC
Security Policy
ASA Models and Features
Basic ASA Configuration and Settings
Introduction to ASDM
ASA Objects and Object Groups
ACLs for ASA
ASA and NAT
ASA and PAT
ASA AAA
Modular Policy Framework
ASDM Service Policies Demo
ASA VPN Features
ASDM AnyConnect VPN Wizard
DEMO: ASA Console Config
DEMO: ASA GUI Config
DEMO: ASA Traffic Management
CCNA Security Prep Practice Exam
Cloud Computing Security 1 HourSkill Level: Intermediate 
+ Description
 This course provides an in-depth look at the strengths and weaknesses of cloud computing security as well as the considerations to take in choosing the cloud as a data management solution. Technical and operational risks are explained, along with strategies to mitigate the aforementioned risks. To demonstrate concepts learned, the course closes with a real-world example of how a government agency (Defense Information Systems Agency) utilizes cloud computing solutions.

Training Purpose: Skill Development

Specialty Area: Systems Security Analysis, Computer Network Defense, Vulnerability Assessment and Management

Training Proficiency Area: Level 2 - Intermediate

Course Capture Date: 2010

+ Course Modules/Units
 
What is Cloud Computing?
Technical Risks
Operational Risks
Risk Mitigation Strategies
CMaaS Overview 0.5 HoursSkill Level: Basic
+ Description
 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 Continuous Monitoring as a Service (CMaaS) relates to the Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation (CDM) program. Technical Level: Basic Framework Category: Protect and Defend Specialty Areas:
  • Computer Network Defense Analysis
  • Computer Network Defense Infrastructure Support
  • Incident Response
  • Vulnerability Assessment and Management
+ Course Modules/Units
 
Lesson 1 - Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation (Video)
Lesson 2 - The Problem (Infographic)
Lesson 3 - How CDM Phase 1 Capabilities Support CDM Goals (Infographic)
Lesson 4 - How CDM Phase 1 Capabilities Work Together (Infographic)
Lesson 5 - CDM Phase 1 Capabilities Scope (Infographic)
Lesson 6 - Overview of Continuous Monitoring as a Service (Video)
Lesson 7 - How the CDM Capabilities Were Defined
Lesson 8 - ISCM Policy and Guidance Timeline
Course Lifetime ExpiringCompTIA A+ Prep 2013 220-801 12 Hours - Course will be temporarily unavailable beginning 1/18/18 for updates; you will not lose progress in modules retained for the new version.Skill Level: Basic
+ Description
 The A+ 220-801 Certification Prep Self-Study is an introductory course presenting domain knowledge and objectives for the five domains featured in the A+ 220-801 certification exam.

Specialty Area: Customer Service and Support, Network Services, System Administration, Systems Development, Systems Requirements Planning

Training Proficiency: Level 1 - Basic

Capture Date: 2013

+ Course Modules/Units
 
A+ Course Introduction
System Unit
Microprocessors Part 1 of 3
Microprocessors Part 2 of 3
Microprocessors Part 3 of 3
CPU Characteristics Demo
Random Access Memory Part 1 of 2
Random Access Memory Part 2 of 2
RAM/DRAM Demo
Basic Input Output Services (BIOS)
BIOS Overview Demo
Motherboards Introduction
Motherboards: Expansion Bus
Installing New Motherboard
Power Supplies
PC Monitors
Display Connectors
Hard Drive Technology
HD Technology: RAID
Advanced Technology Attachment
Hard Drive Installation and Initializing Demo
Software Virtualization Demo
Input Devices
Removable Media
Audio/Video Standards
Evaluating PC Components
Inside Desktop Computer Demo
Network Topology
OSI Model vs TCP/IP Model
Network Types
Network Components: Routers
Network Components: Hubs, Switches and Firewalls
Data Cabling Part 1 of 2
Data Cabling Part 2 of 2
IP Address, Ports and Protocols Part 1 of 3
IP Address, Ports and Protocols Part 2 of 3
IP Address, Ports and Protocols Part 3 of 3
Wireless Networking
SOHO Network
Network Troubleshooting Techniques
Portable Computers
Expanding Laptop Resources
Laptop Device Replacement
Other Laptop Considerations
Laptop Computer Components
Printer Types
Printer Languages and Installation
Safety Procedures and Personal Safety
IT Environmental Controls
Communication and Professionalism
IT Incident Response Procedures
A+ Self-Study Practice Exam
CompTIA A+ 220-802 Certification Prep 11 HoursSkill Level: Basic
+ Description
 The A+ 220-802 Certification Prep Self-Study course is for entry-level IT professionals with at least 12 months experience in the field. Knowledge required for A+ candidates include installation, configuration, and maintenance of devices, PCs, and software for end users. This course contains materials for the four A+ 802 domains to aid the candidate in exam preparation.

Specialty Area: Customer Service and Support, Network Services, System Administration, Systems Development, Systems Requirements Planning

Training Proficiency: Level 1 - Basic

Capture Date: 2014

+ Course Modules/Units
 
Microsoft Operating System Versions
Upgrading Windows Operating Systems
Windows Operating System Features Part 1 of 2
File Structure and Paths Demo
Creating and Managing Disk Folders Demo
Windows Operating System Features Part 2 of 2
Windows OS Installation Options
Windows Command-line Tools Part 1 of 2
Windows Command Line Tools Demo
Windows Command-line Tools Part 2 of 2
Windows OS GUI Tools Demo Part 1 of 2
Windows OS GUI Tools Demo 2 of 2
Windows OS GUI Tools Best Practices
Windows Client Virtualization
Intro to OS Virtualization Demo
Introduction to Physical Security
Threats to Physical Security
Physical Security Considerations
Infrastructure Physical Security
Laptop Security
TEMPEST
Physical Security Access Controls
Biometric Access Control Devices
Authentication
Wiretapping
Remote Access
Locks
Spyware Technologies
SOHO Network
Mobile Device Security Introduction
Mobile Device Security Introduction Cont.
Android Introduction
Android Security
Android Application Security
Installing Antivirus
iOS Security Model and Platform
iOS Application Security
Jailbreaking iOS
iOS Application Security Cont.
Blackberry Security Model and Platform
Blackberry Application Security
Blackberry Messaging and Encryption
Windows Phone Security Model and Platform
Windows Implementation and Application Security
WiFi Security
WiMax and Bluetooth
Bluetooth Attack
Email Security
Android and iOS Email Security
Blackberry and Windows Email Security
Messaging Security
Troubleshooting Theory and Practice
Troubleshooting_Identifying the Problem
Troubleshooting Hard Drives Demo
Troubleshooting Network Issues Demo
CompTIA A+802 Practice Quiz
CompTIA Advanced Security Practitioner (CASP) CAS-002 24 HoursSkill Level: Advanced
+ Description
 Description

The CompTIA CASP certification prep course prepares students to sit for the CompTIA Advanced Security Practitioner CAS-002 certification exam by covering technical knowledge and skills required in designing and engineering secure solutions in enterprise environments. A broad spectrum of security disciplines are discussed to help with critical thinking when considering secure enterprise solutions and managing risk.

Learning Objectives

  • Provide review of the 5 CASP CAS-002 exam domains
  • Supplemental preparation for the CompTIA CASP CAS-002 exam

Training Purpose: Functional Development

Specialty Areas: Network Services, System Administrator, System Security Analysis

Training Proficiency Area: Level 2 and 3 - Intermediate/Advanced

+ Course Modules/Units
 
Configuration Strategies w/ Spec Compon
Cryptographic Terms and Implementations
Cryptographic Tools and Techniques Part 1 of 2
Cryptographic Tools and Techniques Part 2 of 2
Hybrid Encryption in SSL Demo
Encryption Limitations and Key Length Part 1 of 2
Encryption Limitations and Key Length Part 2 of 2
DEMO: Volume and File Encryption
Hash Functions and Algorithms
Digital Signatures
Digital Certificate Elements
CAs and Public Key Infrastructure
Origins For Cryptographic Standards
Virtual Networking
Intro to Virtualized Computing Part 1 of 2
Intro to Virtualized Computing Part 2 of 2
VLANs and Switching
Storage Types and Considerations
Enterprise Storage
Enterprise Storage Connection Terms
Enterprise Storage and RAID
Securing iSCSI and FCoE and Managing Storage
Network Security Concepts
Network Zones and Remote Access
NW Components Routers and Firewalls Part 1 of 2
NW Components Routers and Firewalls Part 2 of 2
NW Components Intrusion Detection Systems
Networked-based IDS and IPS Deployment
Securing Wireless Part 1 of 2
Securing Wireless Part 2 of 2
DMZ Components
Web Services Concepts
Web Servers and DNS
Securing DNS Best Practices
Proxy Servers and SMTP Relay
NAT and PAT
Infra Design : Firewalls and Proxies
Infra Design : IDS and IPS
Infra Design : Syslog and SIEMs
Infra Design : Switch and Router Security
Infra Design : VPNs and SNMP
SCADA Environments
Application Security : VTC and VoIP
Application Security : Databases and Web Services
Application Security : IPv6
Physical Security Concerns and Controls
Host Security Controls Part 1 of 2
Host Security Controls Part 2 of 2
Web Application Security Design
DEMO: Whitelisting and Blacklisting
Specific Application Issues
Client side vs Server side Processing
Analyzing Business Risk
Risk Management in New Business Models
Risk Mitigation Strategies and Controls
Security Impact of Inter Organizational Change
Calculating Risk Exposure
Incident Response Concepts
Incident Response and Recovery Process
Privacy Policy and Procedures Part 1 of 2
Privacy Policy and Procedures Part 2 of 2
Assessment Tools
Assessment Methods
Assessment Methodologies
Cybersecurity Benchmarks
Security Metrics
Situational Awareness
Analyzing Industry Trends Part 1 of 3
Analyzing Industry Trends Part 2 of 3
Analyzing Industry Trends Part 3 of 3
Applying Analysis to Improve Enterprise Security Part 1 of 4
Applying Analysis to Improve Enterprise Security Part 2 of 4
Applying Analysis to Improve Enterprise Security Part 3 of 4
Applying Analysis to Improve Enterprise Security Part 4 of 4
Integrating Enterprise Disciplines Part 1 of 2
Integrating Enterprise Disciplines Part 2 of 2
Security Controls for Communication and Collaboration
Adv Authentication Tools and Techniques
Software Development Models
System Dev Life Cycle and CS
IT Governance
Cloud based Deploy Models
Cloud Security
Identity Management
Securing Virtual Environments Part 1 of 3
Securing Virtual Environments Part 2 of 3
Securing Virtual Environments Part 3 of 3
Enterprise Storage Advantages and Security Measures
Enterprise Network Authentication Part 1 of 2
Enterprise Network Authentication Part 2 of 2
CompTIA CASP CAS-002 Prep Practice Exam
Course Lifetime ExpiringCompTIA Network+ N10-005 Certification Prep 17 Hours - Course will be temporarily unavailable beginning 1/18/18 for updates; you will not lose progress in modules retained for the new version.Skill Level: Basic 
+ Description
 This Computer Networking Security Essentials prep course is a self-study resource designed to help students prepare to sit for the CompTIA Net+ 10-N005 certification exam.

Specialty Area(s): Enterprise Architecture, Network Services, System Administration, Customer Service and Technical Support, Computer Network Defense Infrastructure Support

Training Proficiency Level: Level 1 - Basic

Capture Date: 2012

+ Course Modules/Units
 
Network+ 2012 Introduction
Network Models
Network Components : Hubs and Switches
Network Components : Routers and Firewalls
Demo Contrasting Network Devices
Ports and Protocols Part 1 of 2
Ports and Protocols Part 2 of 2
IP Addressing : Format and Classes
IP Addressing : Subnetting
IP Addressing : IPv6
IP Addressing : Subnetting Review
DNS Concepts
Network Troubleshooting Methodology
Router Setup and MAC Filtering
Routing Tables
VLANs and VTP
Traffic Filtering QoS and Port Mirroring
Troubleshooting Routers and Switches
Installing and Configuring Wireless Networks
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP)
SOHO Network
Data Cabling Part 1 of 2
Data Cabling Part 2 of 2
Demo Cables and Connectors
Demo Troubleshooting-Cat5
Physical Connectivity Problems
Network Topologies
Wireless Standards Part 1 of 2
Wireless Standards Part 2 of 2
Demo Wireless Architecture
Local Area Network Technologies
Wide Area Network Technologies
Hardware Tools for Connectivity Issues
Software Tools for Connectivity Issues
Troubleshooting NW connectivity
Tools for Network Monitoring
Configuration Management Documentation
Network Performance Optimization
Demo Introduction to SNMP
Fault Tolerance
Business Continuity and DR
Wireless Security Measures Part 1 of 2
Wireless Security Measures Part 2 of 2
Wireless Threats and Countermeasures Part 1 of 2
Wireless Threats and Countermeasures Part 2 of 2
Network Access Security
Identification and Authentication Methods
PKI Public Key Infrastructure
Examples of PKI Use
Remote Access Security
Network Security Appliances Firewalls
Network Security Appliances IDS
Vul Scanners and Honeypots
Attacks, Threats, and Vuls Part 1 of 2
Attacks, Threats, and Vuls Part 2 of 2
Attack Mitigation Strategies Part 1 of 2
Attack Mitigation Strategies Part 2 of 2
Network+ N10-005 Quiz
CompTIA Security+ (SY0-401) Prep 19 HoursSkill Level: Basic 
+ Description
 This '''Cyber Security Essentials''' course is a self-study resource to prepares student to take the CompTIA Security+ Exam Objectives (SY0-401).

Specialty Area(s): Systems Security Analysis, Computer Network Defense, Vulnerability Assessment and Management, Network Services

Training Proficiency Level: Level 1 - Basic

Capture Date: 2015

+ Course Modules/Units
 
Security+401 Course Introduction
Network Topologies
Media Access Methods
Network Zones
OSI Model Overview Part 1 of 2
OSI Model Overview Part 2 of 2
TCP/IP Model Overview
Transmission Concepts and Media Part 1 of 2
Transmission Concepts and Media Part 2 of 2
Hubs and Switches
Routing and Routing Protocols
Firewall Implementations
Proxy Server Implementations
Network Intrusion Detection Implementation
DMZ Implementations
Host IDS Implementation
Virtualization and Cloud Computing
IP, NAT and PAT
Subnet Masks and IPv6
TCP and UDP Protocols
Network Security Protocols
Network Services and Protocols
Remote Access and VPNs Part 1 of 2
Remote Access and VPNs Part 2 of 2
Telephony, VoIP
Wireless Technology Part 1 of 2
Wireless Technology Part 2 of 2
Risk and Related Concepts
Risk and Asset Identification
Threats and Risk Calculation
Risk Control Types
Cloud Computing and Virtualization
Integration with Third Parties
Risk Mitigation Strategies
Basic Forensic Procedures
Incident Response Procedures
Security Awareness and Training
Physical Security and Environmental Controls
Control Types and Categories
Risk Mgmt Best Practices: Business Continuity
Risk Mgmt Best Practices: Fault Tolerance
Risk Mgmt Best Practices: Disaster Recovery
Controls in Context of Security Goals
Armitage Demo
Malware: Viruses
Malware: Rootkits, Trojans, Botnets
Attacks: MITM and Denial of Service
Attacks: Back Door, Spoofing, and Replay
Attacks: Password, Crypto, and Application
Social Engineering Techniques
Wireless Attacks
Application Attacks
Mitigation and Deterrence: Logging
Mitigation and Deterrence: Hardening
Mitigation and Deterrence: Network Security
Mitigation and Deterrence: Attack Countermeasures
Forensics Intro and Attack Remediation
Assessments, Tools, and Techniques
Application Security Part 1 of 2
Application Security Part 2 of 2
Mobile Device Security
Host Security: OS Hardening and Firewalls
Host Security: Anti Virus, Malware, and Spam
Host Security: Pop Ups and Patch Management
Host Security: Virtualization
Data Security
Secure Static Environments
Access Control Entities and Categories
Access Control Models
Authentication and Authorization Concepts
Authentication: Biometrics
Authentication Services
Account Management
General Cryptography Part 1 of 2
General Cryptography Part 2 of 2
Steganography Overview
Crypto Key Management and PKI
Security+ (SY0-401) Prep Practice Quiz
Cyber Risk Management for Technicians 11 HoursSkill Level: Basic
+ Description
 This course presents the concept of managing cyber risk from a technical perspective. An overview of cyber risk management opens the class, followed by foundational material on conducting a risk assessment such as threats, vulnerabilities, impacts, and likelihood. Various technical methods for conducting a risk assessment are presented, to include vulnerability assessments and penetration tests, with a focus on continuous monitoring of security controls and how to assess those security controls using the National Institute of Standards Special Publication 800-53 and 800-53a as a guide.

Specialty Area: Information System Security Management, Security Program Management, Strategic Planning and Policy Development

Training Proficiency: Level 1 - Basic

Capture Date: 2013

+ Course Modules/Units
 
Cyber Risk Management for Technicians Course Intro
Risk Management and NIST SP 800-30
Tiers of Risk Management
Terms Associated with Risk Management 1 of 2
Terms Associated with Risk Management 2 of 2
Risk and Operational Resilience
Risk Management Components and Outcomes
NIST SP 800 30 Risk Assessment
NIST SP 800 30 Risk Mitigation
NIST SP 800 39 Risk Management Guidelines
NIST SP 800 37 Risk Management Framework
OCTAVE Risk Based Assessment Methodology
CERT Resilience Management Model
Overview of Assessing Risk
Determining Critical Assets and Operations
Threat Analysis Overview
Critical Assets and Threats
Determining Impact and Risk Analysis
Security Testing and Assessment Methodologies
Vulnerability Assessments vs Penetration Testing
Risk Assessment Tools
Information Categorization
Security Controls and NIST SP 800 53
Control Selection Tailoring and Implementation
Management Control Examples
Operational Control Examples
Technical Control Examples
Assessing A Tech Control Solution Demo
Installing Cyber Tech Control Demo
Continuous Monitoring Concepts 1 of 2
Continuous Monitoring Concepts 2 of 2
Continuous Monitoring and Log Management
Network Monitoring Control Examples
Process of Assessing Security Controls
Developing Security Assessment Plans
Conducting Security Control Assessments
Security Controls Post Assessments
Assessing Security Control Examples
Detecting Network Changes: Syslog
Detecting Network Changes : Swatch and OSSEC
Analyzing NW Changes : Creating a Baseline
Analyzing NW Changes : Host Integrity
Analyzing Host Characteristics
Best Practices for Detecting NW Changes
Update Mgmt with MBSA Demo
Log Analysis with Syslog and Swatch
Determining and Managing Risks
Managing Risk : Cost Benefit Analysis
Vulnerability Remediation
Vulnerability Management Systems
Intro to Vul Scanning with Nessus Demo
Cyber Risk Mgmt for Technicians Course Exam
New Course OfferingCyber Fundamentals for Law Enforcement Investigations 8 HoursSkill Level: Intermediate 
+ Description
 

This course serves as an introduction and overview of several concepts and technologies that may be encountered as part of an investigation with a digital or cyber component. Starting with the basics of how devices communicate, the course continues with technical concepts and applications that may be used to facilitate or investigate incidents. Content includes lab exercises and practical application takeaways to reinforce concepts, and a course exam.

Learning objectives:

  • describe essential computing communication concepts
  • identify digital evidence sources and handling
  • apply techniques to examine applications for target information

Training Purpose: Skill Development

Specialty Areas: (Analyze) Threat Analysis, (Investigate) Digital Forensics, (Investigate) Investigation

Training Proficiency Area: Level 1/2 Basic/Intermediate

Release Date: 2017

+ Course Modules/Units
 
Cyber Investigation Course Intro
Cyber Crimes versus Traditional Crimes
Cyber Laws Overview
Logical and Physical Addresses
Dissecting a Data Packet
How Computers Connect
IP Addresses and Domain Names
IP Addresses
Domain Naming
NSlookup Dig Google Toolbox
Digital Artifacts Basics
Site Survey and Collection
Determining Sophistication
Time Standardization
Requesting Digital Forensic Artifacts
Footprinting
Handling Untrusted or Unknown Files
Setting Up an Analysis Environment
Examining Images
Intro to Encryption
Detecting Encryption
Malware Awareness
Malware Propagation
Malware History
Remote Access
Understanding Insider Threat
Introduction to Peer-to-Peer
Advanced IP Tunneling Overview
TOR versus Traditional Tunneling
Iodine IP over DNS
Email Analysis
Phishing Message Analysis
Online Auctions
Open Source Searches Using Facebook
Open Source Searches Using Twitter
Google FU
Cyber Investigations Exam
Domain Information Lookup
Examining EXIF Data and Images
Computing and Comparing Hash Values
File Search Techniques
Open Source Twitter Searches
Cyber Risk Management for Managers 6 HoursSkill Level: Basic
+ Description
 This cyber risk management course was developed and delivered with a manager's focus.

Specialty Area(s): Information System Security Management, Security Program Management, Strategic Planning and Policy Development Training

Proficiency Level: Level 1 - Basic

Capture Date: 2012

+ Course Modules/Units
 
Overview of Risk Management
Risk and Business Impact Analysis
Operational Resilience and Risk
Outcomes of Risk Management
NIST SPs and Risk Assessment Process
NIST SP 800-30 Risk Mitigation Steps
NIST SP 800-39 and 800-37
OCTAVE and OCTAVE Allegro
CERT-RMM and SSE CMM
Critical Assets and Ops : Identifying
Critical Assets and Ops : Prioritizing
Asset Criticality Demo
Identifying Assets Lab
Cyber Risk : Common Threats Part 1 of 2
Cyber Risk : Common Threats Part 2 of 2
Cyber Risk and Mobile Devices
Cyber Risk and Cloud Computing
Common Threat Controls and Countermeasures
Identifying Threats and Their Impact
Identifying Sources of Vulnerabilities
Impact Analysis and Threat Scenario
Assessing Impact : Risk Analysis
Risk Mitigation and Managing Risks
General Risk Mitigation Strategies
Control Methods Overview
Common Technical Controls Part 1 of 2
Common Technical Controls Part 2 of 2
Common Physical Controls
Common Administrative Controls
Classes of Security Controls
Selecting Security Controls
Security Controls and Federal Guidelines
Implementing Security Measures
Mitigation Strategy Maintenance
Security Testing and Assessment
Response and Recovery
Phases of Incident Response
IR Phase 1 : Preparation
IR Phase 2 : Detection and Analysis
IR Phase 3 : Containment
IR Phase 4 : Eradication
IR Phase 5 : Recovery
IR Phase 6 : Lessons Learned
BCP and Procedures
DRP and Procedures
DRP : Backups and Alternate Sites
Using RT-IR for Incident Response
Cyber Risk Management Quiz
Cyber Security Investigations 9 HoursSkill Level: Basic  
+ Description
 This course discusses the basic concepts of cyber security and digital forensics investigation practices. Topics include performing collection and triage of digital evidence in response to an incident, evidence collection methodologies, and forensic best practices. This is an introductory course reviewing the processes, methods, techniques and tools in support of cyber security investigations.

Training Purpose: Skill Development

Specialty Area: Digital Forensics, Cyber Operations, Incident Response, Investigation

Training Proficiency Area: Level 1 - Basic

Course Capture Date: 2015

+ Course Modules/Units
 
Purpose of Computer and Network Forensics
Digital Forensics Tools
Forensics Team Staffing Considerations
Digital Forensics Guidelines, Policies, and Procedures
Digital Forensics Life Cycle
Digital Forensics Best Practices
Digital Forensics Concepts
Locard's Exchange Principle
Incident Response Phases Part 1 of 3
Incident Response Phases Part 2 of 3
Incident Response Phases Part 3 of 3
Computer Forensics Process Part 1 of 2
Computer Forensics Process Part 2 of 2
Digital Forensic Planning and Preparation
IR and Digital Forensics Tools
Forensically Prepared Media, Tools and Equipment
Incident Response Information Gathering
Incident Response Acquisition Considerations
Incident Response Notes and Documentation
Auditing Windows Event Logs
Volatile Data Collection
Storage Media Collection
Network Data Collection
Log Collection
Data Carving using FTK
Digital Forensic Triage Overview
Incident Triage Process
Incident Triage Methodology
Attacker Methodology Overview Part 1 of 3
Attacker Methodology Overview Part 2 of 3
Attacker Methodology Overview Part 3 of 3
Triage: Light and General Collections
Triage Analysis
Triage Analysis of Volatile Data
Program Execution
Analyzing Services
Malware Vectors and Detection
Mobile Device Triage Analysis
IR: Following a Trail
Hash and File Signature Analysis
Time Analysis
Registry Analysis
File Analysis Demonstration
Hashing with md5deep
Hash Analysis with Autopsy
Lessons Learned from an Incident
Lessons Learned from Objective and Subjective Data
Evidence Retention and Information Sharing Post Incident
Cyber Security Investigations Exam
Cyber Security Overview for Managers 6 HoursSkill Level: Basic
+ Description
 

Group: DISA-IA | Credit: 6

Course Developer: Developed by CMU/SEI under contract for the Department of Defense

PHP Count Enrollments Enrollments, PHP Count Completions Completions

This 1 day course is designed to give managers an overview of cyber security concepts to aid in better understanding their security posture.


Specialty Area(s): Information System Security Management, Security Program Management, Strategic Planning and Policy Development


Training Proficiency Level: Level 1 - Basic

Capture Date: 2012

+ Course Modules/Units
 
Cyber Security Overview Course Introduction
Key Concepts in Cyber Security Part 1 of 2
Key Concepts in Cyber Security Part 2 of 2
Cyber Security Role in Culture, Vision, and Mission
Roles and Responsibilities in Cyber Security Part 1 of 2
Roles and Responsibilities in Cyber Security Part 2 of 2
Cyber Security Governance
Cyber Security and Federal Guidelines
Impact and Limitations of Laws
Threat Actors
Common Threats to Cyber Security Part 1 of 2
Common Threats to Cyber Security Part 2 of 2
Mobile Security and Mobile Threats
Cyber Security and Cloud Computing
Controls, Countermeasures, and Cyber Security
Phishing Awareness Lab
Hardening Blackberry Lab
Risk Management Overview
Determining Critial Assents and Processes
Asset Criticality Demo
Risk and Threats and Vulnerabilities
Determining Risk and Impact
Risk Mitigation Strategy
Risk Assessment Methodologies
Incident Handling and Business Continuity
Business Continuity Plans and Procedures
Disaster Recovery Plans and Procedures
Cyber Security Overview Course Quiz
Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) with IDS/IPS 9 HoursSkill Level: Intermediate 
+ Description
 This course introduces the concept of a network Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) and the security benefits it can provide. Best practices for designing and implementing a DMZ is followed with a section on IDS and IPS systems that includes an in-depth look at SNORT for network monitoring. The course concludes with log analysis and management best practices.

Specialty Area: Computer Network Defense Infrastructure Support, Network Services, Systems Security Analysis, System Administration

Training Proficiency: Level 2 - Intermediate

Capture Date: 2013

+ Course Modules/Units
 
Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) Introduction
DMZ Architecture
DMZ Components: Firewalls Part 1 of 2
DMZ Components: Firewalls Part 2 of 2
Setting up a DMZ using IPTables Demo
DMZ Components: IDS
DMZ Components: IDS/IPS Placement
DMZ Components: Proxy Servers
DMZ Components: Network Servers
DMZ Architectures
Attacking the DMZ Part 1 of 2
Attacking the DMZ Part 2 of 2
DMZ Attack Types Part 1 of 2
DMZ Attack Types Part 2 of 2
DMZ: Open Source vs Commercial Implementations
DMZ: Software Subscription Services
Open Source DMZ Tools Part 1 of 2
Open Source DMZ Tools Part 2 of 2
Proxy Concepts
DNS Concepts
Web Server Concepts
E-mail Relay and VPN Concepts
DMZ and Commercial Software Part 1 of 2
DMZ and Commercial Software Part 2 of 2
Security Capabilities in a DMZ
Security Capabilities in Procmail Demo
Network Security Appliances IDS
Snort Intro and Overview
Using BASE w Snort DB
Snort Demo
Log Mgmt and Analysis Concepts
SYSLOG Basics
Using Swatch Overview
Log Management Best Practices
Proxy and DNS Log File Concepts
Analyzing Proxy and DNS Log Files
DMZ with IDS/IPS Course Quiz
DB Evaluations using AppDetectivePro and dbProtect 1.5 HoursSkill Level: Basic
+ Description
 Database Evaluations using AppDetectivePRO and dbProtect This course introduces students to basic database security concepts and methodology. The 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. Specialty Areas: Information Assurance Compliance, Software Assurance and Security Engineering, Systems Development, Test and Evaluation Training Area: Level 1 - Basic
+ Course Modules/Units
 
Importance of Databases Security
Databases Security Methodology
AppDetectivePRO Overview
DbProtect Overview
DbProtect Deployment Model
DbProtect Features
DbProtect Demonstration
Dynamic Testing using HPE WebInspect 1.5 hoursSkill Level: Basic
+ Description
 This course introduces students 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 in order to perform and manage dynamic security vulnerability testing and address results from both a developer and cyber security professional perspective. Specialty Areas: Information Assurance Compliance, Software Assurance and Security Engineering, Systems Development, Test and Evaluation Training Area: Level 1 - Basic
+ 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
DNSSEC Training Workshop 2 HoursSkill Level: Advanced
+ Description
 This course covers the basics of DNSSEC, how it integrates into the existing global DNS and provides a step-by-step process to deploying DNSSEC on existing DNS zones.

Specialty Areas - Enterprise Architecture, Network Services, System Administration

Training Proficiency Area - Level 3 - Advanced

Capture Date: 2015

+ Course Modules/Units
 
DNSSEC Introduction
DNS Resolution Steps
DNS Vulnerabilities and Security Controls
DNSSEC Mechanisms
DNS Resource Records (RR)
Special DNS Resource Records
DNS Zone Signing
Secure DNS Zone Configuration-DNSSEC Key Generation
Prepare the DNS Zone File for Signing
Signing the DNS Zone file
Publishing a signed zone
Testing a signed zone
Testing a signed zone through a validator
DNSSEC Chain of Trust
Setting Up A Secure Resolver
Adding a trusted key
Securing the last hop
ZSK Rollover
Using pre-published keys
KSK Rollover
Conclusions
Course Lifetime ExpiringDoD IA Boot Camp 12 Hours - Will be retired as of 1/18/2018Skill Level: Basic 
+ Description
 The DoD Information Assurance (IA) Boot Camp is an in-depth study program designed so students may successfully perform their duties as IA professionals, to include Information Assurance Managers, Information Assurance Officers, or System Administrators with IA duties. This course will provide the student with DoD policy, guidance as related to law, policy, technical implementation guidance, documentation requirements, and references necessary to support a successful DoD IA program. An overview of information systems certification and accreditation principles, practices, and documentation as outlined in DoD Instruction 8510.01, the Department of Defense Information Assurance Certification and Accreditation Process (DIACAP) is presented during this course. The DIACAP training highlights the importance of enterprise risk management and the roles of key individuals, such as the designated accrediting authority (DAA), program manager (PM), user representative (UR), certifying authority (CA), CA representatives, and the IAM. The course includes a review of the DIACAP activities, and how the contents of a DIACAP package are generated.
+ Course Modules/Units
 
Breakout Scenario 1 Intro
Breakout Scenario 1 Part 1 of 2
Breakout Scenario 1 Part 2 of 2
Information Assurance and Classification Terms
Information System Threats
Computer Policy and Regulations Intro
Computer Laws and Acts
Organizations Providing Policies and Regulations
IA Chain of Command: Key Positions
IA Position Requirements and Duties
DIACAP Process Overview
DIACAP Activities
Risk Assessment
Countermeasure Implementations
Break Out Scenario Intro: Determining MAC
Scenario Discussion: Determining MAC Part 1 of 2
Scenario Discussion: Determining MAC Part 2 of 2
History and Fundamentals of Common Criteria
Common Criteria Terms and Definitions
Common Criteria Resources and Requirements
Incident Handling: Incidents vs Violations
Incident Handling Break Out Scenarios
IA Vulnerability Management Program
SRGs and STIGs
STIG Development Cycle and Challenges
Security Content Automation Protocol (SCAP)
Take Home Quiz Review Part 1 of 2
Take Home Quiz Review Part 2 of 2
Historical Review of the Internet
Development of the Internet
Network Definitions
Network Protocols and Security Services
Network Vulnerability
Hacking, Attack Types and Profiles
Common Attack Methods
Server-side Attacks
Client-side Attacks
Defending from Attacks
Controlled Access and Authentication
DoD Public Key Infrastructure and E-Signatures
Auditing Activities Overview
Audit Break Out Session Intro
Audit Break Out Session Discussion
Audit Features and Management
Business Continuity Planning / Disaster Recovery
Contingency Planning Process
DIACAP Implementation
DIACAP Knowledge Service and eMASS
Initiate and Plan the IA C and A
Assembling a DIACAP Team
Implement and Validate IA Controls
Inheritance and IA Controls
DIACAP Scorecard
Maintain ATO and Conduct Reviews
Connection Approval Process
DoD Ports, Protocols, and Services (PPS)
Training and Certification Programs
Legal and Ethical Issues
Policy Violation Types
Emerging Cyber Security Threats 12 HoursSkill Level: Intermediate  
+ Description
 This course covers a broad range of cyber security elements that pose threats to information security posture. The various threats are covered in detail, followed by mitigation strategies and best practices. This course will cover what policy is, the role it plays in cyber security, how it is implemented, and cyber security laws, standards, and initiatives. Topics include cyber security policy, knowing your enemy, mobile device security, cloud computing security, Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) security, LAN security using switch features, securing the network perimeter, securing infrastructure devices, security and DNS and IPv6 security. Video demonstrations are included to reinforce concepts.

Training Purpose: Skill Development

Specialty Area: System Administration, Technology Demonstration, Vulnerability Assessment and Management, Strategic Planning and Policy Development, Cyber Threat Analysis

Training Proficiency Area: Level 2 - Intermediate

Course Capture Date: 2010

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Introduction to Cybersecurity Policy
Types of Security Policy
Policy Education and Implementation
Cybersecurity Laws
Proposed Legislation
NIST Cybersecurity Standards
Other Cybersecurity Standards
Comprehensive National Cybersecurity Initiatives (CNCI)
Other Federal Cybersecurity Initiatives
Implementing Cybersecurity Initiatives
SPAM
Malware Trends
Botnets
Monetization
Cyber Attack Profiles
Cyber Crime
Cyberwarfare
Cyber Attack Attribution
Cyber Threat Mitigation
Mobile Device Trends
Mobile Device Threats
Mobile Device Countermeasures
Exploited Threats
What is Cloud Computing?
Technical Risks
Operational Risks
Risk Mitigation Strategies
DISA Cloud Solutions
RFID Introduction
RFID Threats
RFID Countermeasures
Exploited Threats
Introduction and MAC Address Monitoring
MAC Address Spoofing
Managing Traffic Flows
VLANs and Security
802.1x Port Authentication
Network Admission Control
Securing STP
Securing VLANs and VTP
Introduction and Edge Security Traffic Design
Blocking DoS and DDoS Traffic
Specialized Access Control Lists
Routers with Firewalls
Beyond Firewalls: Inspecting Layer 4 and Above
Securing Routing Protocols and Traffic Prioritization
Securing Against Single Point of Failures
Physical and Operating System Security
Management Traffic Security
Device Service Hardening
Securing Management Services
Device Access Hardening
Device Access Privileges
Name Resolution Introduction
Name Resolution and Security
DNS Cache
DNS Security Standards and TSIG
DNSSEC
Migrating to DNSSEC
Issues with Implementing DNSSEC 1
Issues with Implementing DNSSEC 2
IPv6 Concepts
IPv6 Threats
IPv6 Network Reconnaissance
DEMO: IPv6 Network Reconnaissance
IPv6 Network Recon Mitigation Strategies
IPv6 Network Mapping
DEMO: IPv6 Network Mapping
IPv6 Network Mapping Mitigation Strategies
IPv6 Neighbor Discovery
DEMO: IPv6 Address Assignment
IPv6 Attacks
DEMO: IPv6 Alive Hosts
DEMO: IPv6 Duplicate Address Detection (DAD)
DEMO: IPv6 DAD Denial of Services (DOS)
DEMO: IPv6 Fake Router Advertisement
DEMO: IPv6 Man-in-the-middle
IPv6 Attack Mitigation Strategies
IPv6 Tunneling
IPv6 Windows Teredo Tunneling
IPv6 Tunneling Mitigation Strategies
IPv6 Best Practices
Foundations of Incident Management 10.5 HoursSkill Level: Basic
+ Description
 FOUNDATIONS OF INCIDENT MANAGEMENT 10.5 HOURS

This course provides an introduction to the basic concepts and functions of incident management. The course addresses where incident management activities fit in the information assurance or information security ecosystem and covers the key steps in the incident handling lifecycle with practices to enable a resilient incident management capability.

Learning Objectives:

  • Explain the role of incident management
  • Distinguish between incident management and incident handling
  • Outline the incident handling lifecycle
  • Identify key preparations to be established to facilitate incident handling
  • Distinguish between triage and analysis
  • Identify the basic steps in response
Training Purpose: Functional Development

Specialty Area: Computer Network Defense Analysis, Incident Response, Threat Analysis

Training Proficiency Area: Level 1 - Basic

+ Course Modules/Units
 
Foundations of Incident Management Course Intro
Framing The Need For Incident Management
Incident Management Terms and Processes
Institutionalizing Incident Management Capabilities
Stakeholders in Incident Management
CERT and Other’s Perspective on Threats and Trends
Incident Management Terminology
Incident Management Attack Classes and Actors
Incident Management Malware and DoS Examples
Incident Management Prevention, Detection, and Response
Incident Handling Lifecycle - Prepare
Incident Handling Information
Analyzing Attack Information
Incident Management Monitoring Tools
Incident Management Detection Process
Process to Support Incident Detection and Reporting
What is Situational Awareness?
Non Technical Elements of Situational Awareness
Technical Elements of Situational Awareness
Using Sensors for Requirements Gathering
Incident Handling Lifecycle: Analysis
Incident Handling Lifecycle: Triage
Questions Addressed in Triage
Objectives of Incident Analysis
Tasks of Incident Analysis Part 1 of 2
Tasks of Incident Analysis Part 2 of 2
Data Sources for Analysis
Examples of Data Sources for Analysis
Incident Analysis Exercise Scenario
Preparing For Impact Analysis
Conducting Impact Analysis
Response and Recovery Part 1 of 2
Response and Recovery Part 2 of 2
Mission of the Response Process
Coordinating Response Part 1 of 2
Coordinating Response Part 2 of 2
Sample Attack Mitigations
Benefits and Motivations of Information Sharing
Methods of Information Sharing
Data Models for Information Sharing
STIX/TAXII Protocol
Foundations of Incident Handling Course Summary
Foundations of Incident Management Course Exam
Introduction to Threat Hunting Teams 1.5 hoursSkill Level: Basic 
+ Description
 This course provides basic definitions, activities, and examples of teams hunting threats in the cyber domain. The course addresses the differences between hunting team activities and those of incident management teams or penetration testing teams. The content covers how hunting teams establish goals, methods used by threat hunting teams, and sources available to help read and interpret the threat landscape.

Specialty Areas: Computer Network Defense Analysis, Threat Analysis, Vulnerability Assessment and Management

Training Proficiency: Level 1 - Basic

+ Course Modules/Units
 
Defining Threat Hunting
Examples and Goals of Threat Hunting
Differences Between Hunt Teams and Other Cyber Teams
Threat Landscape
Types of Threat Modeling
Hunting Methods on Networks
Teaming and Automation Example
Threat Hunting Teams Course Exam
Introduction to Investigation of Digital Assets 4 HoursSkill Level: Basic 
+ Description
 This course is designed for technical staff who are new to the area of Digital Media Analysis and Investigations. It provides an overview of the digital investigation process and key activities performed throughout the process.

Capture Date: 2012

+ Course Modules/Units
 
Investigations of Digital Assets
Exercise Setup
Exercise Debrief
What is an Investigation with Digital Assets?
Digital Investigation Process
Preparation Phase
Data Collection Phase
Data Analysis Phase
Findings Presentation Phase
Incident Closure Phase
Digital Investigation Process Summary
Introduction to Artifact Analysis
Artifact Analysis Capabilities
Artifact Analysis Process
Surface and Comparative Analysis Process
Surface and Comparative Analysis Process-Continued
Runtime Analysis Process
Static Analysis Process
Sample Analysis: Runtime
Sample Analysis: Static
Malware Analysis Summary
Analysis Exercise
Introduction to Windows Scripting 4 HoursSkill Level: Basic
+ Description
 This course focusses on writing scripts for the Microsoft Windows operating system. It covers fundamentals and syntax for automating administrative and security monitoring tasks. The course will present the basics of Windows BATCH scripting syntax and structure, along with several Windows command line utilities to harness the powerful capabilities built into Windows.

Training Purpose: Functional Development

Specialty Areas: Network Services, System Administration, Systems Security Analysis

Training Proficiency Area: Level 1 - Basic

Capture Date: 2015

+ Course Modules/Units
 
Scripting Basics Overview
Windows BATCH Scripting Basics
Windows BATCH Scripting_Variables
Windows BATCH Scripting_Loops
Windows BATCH Scripting_Functions
Windows Script Error Handling and Troubleshooting
Windows Script Best Practices and Examples
Windows Scripting Demo
Scripting for Penetration Testing
Windows Scripting Utilities_xcopy
Windows Scripting Utilities_findstr
Windows Scripting Utilities_net Commands
xcopy Examples Demo
WMI and WMIC
PowerShell Commands
PSExec
Windows Management Instrumentation Demo
Intro to Windows BATCH Quiz
IPv6 Security Essentials Course 5 HoursSkill Level: Advanced 
+ Description
 IPv6 Security Essentials Course

Specialty Area(s): Enterprise Architecture, Network Services, System Administration, Computer Network Defense Infrastructure Support, Systems Security Analysis

Training Proficiency Level: Level 3 - Advanced

Capture Date: 2015

+ Course Modules/Units
 
IPv6 Introduction
IPv6 Adoption
DEMO: IPv6 Network Reconnaissance
IPv6 Addressing Part 1 of 2
IPv6 Addressing Part 2 of 2
IPv6 Packet Header
DEMO: IPv6 Header Analysis
ICMPv6
IPv6 Address Assignment
DEMO: IPv6 Address Assignment
IPv6 Web Browsing
IPv6 Transition Mechanisms Part 1 of 2
IPv6 Transition Mechanisms Part 2 of 2
DEMO: IPv6 Tunneling
IPv6 Security Concerns
DEMO: IPv6 Network Mapping
IPv6 Security Mitigation Strategies
DEMO: IPv6 Network Monitoring Tools
IPv6 Ready
IPv6 Security Essentials Key Takeaways
DEMO: IPv4 and IPv6 Subnetting
DEMO: IPv6 Addressing on Router Interfaces
DEMO: Setting up RIP for IPv6
DEMO: Configuring OSPFv3
DEMO: IPv6 Alive Hosts
DEMO: IPv6 Duplicate Address Detection (DAD)
DEMO: IPv6 DAD Denial of Services (DOS)
DEMO: IPv6 Fake Router Advertisement
DEMO: IPv6 Man-in-the-middle
IPv6 Security Essentials Quiz
ISACA Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) Prep  20 HoursSkill Level: Intermediate 
+ Description
 ISACA CERTIFIED INFORMATION SYSTEMS AUDITOR (CISA) PREP 20 HOURS The Information Systems Auditing prep course is a self-study resource designed to help students prepare to sit for the ISACA Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) exam.

Training Purpose: Function Development

Specialty Area(s): Systems Security Analysis, Computer Network Defense, Vulnerability Assessment and Management

Training Proficiency Level: Level 2 - Intermediate

Capture Date: 2014

+ Course Modules/Units
 
CISA Certification Prep Course Overview
Process of Auditing Information Systems
IS Auditing Standards-1
IS Auditing Standards-2
Auditing Guidelines and Procedures
Risk Analysis and Controls
General Audit Procedures and Phases
Assessing Risk and Gathering Evidence
Audit Tools, Documentation, and Results
Findings and Recommendations
Control Self Assessment
Governance and Management of IT
Information Security Governance and Strategic Planning
Risk Calculation and Human Resources
Sourcing and Financial Management
Performance Optimization
Auditing IT Governance Structure
Business Continuity Planning Process
Components of a Business Continuity Plan
Review and Evaluation of a Business Continuity Plan
Systems Acquisition, Development, and Implementation
SDLC Phases-1
SDLC Phases-2
Electronic Commerce
Electronic Data Interchange
Email, electronic banking, and EFT
Artificial Intelligence, Business Intelligence, and DSS
Alternative Forms of Project Organization
Infrastructure Development, Acquisition, and Implementation
CASE, Business Process Reengineering, and Process Change
Controls
Auditing the Phases of the SDLC-1
Auditing the Phases of the SDLC-2
Systems Operations, Maintenance and Support
Computer Hardware
IS Architecture and Software
Other IS Operations Issues
IS Network Infrastructure-1
IS Network Infrastructure-2
Network Administration and Control
IS Operations Reviews
IS Operations Case Studies
Disaster Recovery Planning and Strategies
Recovery Strategies
Business Continuity Case Studies
Protection of Information Assets
Access Controls and Privacy Issues
Information Security and External Parties
Authorization Issues-2
Computer Crime
Computer Crime and Incident Response
Logical Access Controls-1
Logical Access Controls-2
Identification and Authentication-1
Identification and Authentication-2
Authorization Issues-1
Storing, Retrieving, Transporting, and Disposing of Confidential Information
Network, Client-Server, and Wireless Security
Internet Threats and Security-1
Internet Threats and Security-2
Encryption
Encryption Practice Questions
Viruses and Worms
Telephony
Auditing Security Management
Auditing Remote Access
Physical Access Issues and Exposures
Physical Access Case Study
Remote Access Case Studies
Logical Access Case Study
Mobile Device Management
CISA Practice Quiz
(ISC)2 (TM) CAP Certification Prep Self Study 2014 11 HoursSkill Level: Intermediate 
+ Description
 (ISC)2 Certified Authorization Professional (CAP) Certification Self Study Prep Course 2014

Capture Date: 2014

+ Course Modules/Units
 
CAP Course Introduction
Risk Management Approach to Security Authorization
Risk Management Framework Steps
Risk Management Framework Phases
RMF Roles and Responsibilities
Organization Wide Risk Management
Managing Risk
Assessor Independence and External Environments
System Development Life Cycle
Alignment of RMF with SDLC Review
RMF Legal and Regulatory Requirements
NIST Publications
Continuous Monitoring Strategies
RMF Guidance Review
Defining Categorization
Categorization Examples
Categorization Process
Security Plans and Registration
Categorize
Selection Step Tasks
Selection Step Definitions
Security Controls Guidance
Privacy and Security Controls
Control Selection and Supplemental Guidance
Tailoring Security Controls
Control Assurance and Monitoring
Control Assurance and Monitoring - Continued
Select
Implementing Security Controls Overview
Integrating Implementation
Implement
Preparing for Control Assessments
Conducting Control Assessments
Security Assessment Report
Remediation Actions and Process Review
Assess
Authorization Documentation
Risk Determination and Acceptance Part 1 of 3
Risk Determination and Acceptance Part 2 of 3
Risk Determination and Acceptance Part 3 of 3
Authorization Decisions
Prioritized Risk Mitigation and Authorization Review
Authorize
Assessments and Configuration Management
Ongoing Security Control Assessments
Monitor
CAP Certification Prep Practice Exam
(ISC)2 (TM) CISSP (R) Prep 2015 25 HoursSkill Level: Advanced 
+ Description
 This '''Cyber Security Systems''' prep course is a self-study resource designed to help students prepare to sit for the (ISC2) Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) exam - reflecting 2015 published objectives.

Specialty Area(s): Information System Security Management, Security Program Management, Strategic Planning and Policy Development, Enterprise Architecture, Information Assurance Compliance

Training Proficiency Level: Level 3 - Advanced

Capture Date: 2015

+ Course Modules/Units
 
CISSP Course Introduction
Access Control Concepts
Access Control Methodology Types
Governance Management and Compliance
Policy and Components Overview
Managing Security Functions
Major Legal Systems
International Legal Issues
Legal Regulations and Privacy
Computer Crime and Incident Response
Digital Investigations
Audits and Contractual Agreements
Legal Regulations and Ethics
(ISC)2 Code of Ethics and Ethic Bases
BC and DR Initiation and Management
BC and DR Financial Regulations and Legal Standards
BCP Business Impact Analysis
Disaster Recovery Strategy
Documenting the DRP
Managing Recovery Communications
Recovery Exercising
Vendor Management
Addressing Risk
Risk Assessment and Countermeasures
Threat Modeling and Reduction Analysis
Acquisition Strategies
Training Review and Improvement
Security and RM Knowledge Check
Privacy Protection, Data Collection Limitations and Retention
Organizational Privacy Responsibilities
Data Classification
Data Ownership and Retention
Security Control Selection
Security Control Application and Tailoring
Security Control and Selection Examples
Policy Review Demo
Asset Security Knowledge Check
Basics of Secure Design
Secure Design Standards and Models
Enterprise Security Architecture
System Security Architecture
System Threats and Countermeasures
Parallel and Distributed Systems
Virtualization
Parallel and Distributed Systems Security Issues
Industrial Control System Security
Securing ICS and SCADA Systems
SCADA Honeynet Demo
Internet of Things
Mobile System Security
Wireless Vulnerabilities, Attacks and Attack Vectors
Wireless Device and Application Threats and Issues
Emerging Trends in Wireless Devices and Security
Key Crypto Concepts and Definitions
Cryptography History
Encryption Systems
Symmetric Ciphers
Asymmetric Ciphers
Message Integrity Controls
Salting Hashes
Digital Signature Overview
Encryption Management - Keys
Public Key Infrastructure (PKI)
Cryptographic Lifecycle
Digital Rights Management
Crypto Attack and Countermeasures
Site and Facility Design Criteria
Physical and Environ Location Threats
Perimeter Security
Perimeter Intrusion Detection
Access Control Systems (ACS) Cameras and Guards
ACS: Doors and Locks
ACS: Secure Operational Areas
Personnel Privacy and Safety
Wiring Closets
Security Engineering Knowledge Check
Telecom and Network Security Concepts
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
Content Distribution Networks
Implementing and Using Remote Access
Comm and NW Security Knowledge Check
Access Control System Strategies
Biometrics and Authentication Accountability
Access Controls - Kerberos
Data Access Controls
Access Control Threats
Session Management
Credential Management Systers
Cloud Identity (Identity as a Service)
Third Party Identification
Rule-Based Access Control
ID and Access Management Knowledge Check
Synthetic Transactions
Code Review and Testing
Misuse Case Testing
Interface Testing
Test Coverage Analysis
Security Testing Knowledge Check
Security Operations Concepts
Security Operations Resource Protection
Security Operations Incident Response
Managing Security Services Effectively
Maintaining Operational Resilience
Electronic Discover (E-Discovery)
Cloud Computing
Cloud Computing Security Issues
Continuous Monitoring
Data Leak Prevention (DLP)
Watermarking
Egress Monitoring
Intro to Dshell Toolkit Demo
Security Operations Knowledge Check
SDLC Phases
Software Development Models
Security Environment and Controls
Additional Security Protections and Controls
Audit and Assurance Mechanisms
SW Development Security and Malware
Agile Development Models
Maturity Models
Integrated Product Teams
Impact of Acquired Software
Automated Code Review Demo
Software Dev Security Knowledge Check
CISSP Course Practice Exam
(ISC)2 (TM) CISSP:ISSAP Certification Prep 15 HoursSkill Level: Advanced 
+ Description
 he (ISC)2(TM) CISSP concentration: Information Systems Security Architecture Professional (ISSAP) 2013 Certification Prep Self Study course reviews the six domains of the common body of knowledge for the CISSP:ISSAP 203 certification exam.

Specialty Area: Information Systems Security Operations, Security Program Management, Strategic Planning and Policy Development, Systems Requirements Planning, Systems Security Architecture

Training Level - Level 1 Basic

Capture Date: 2013

+ Course Modules/Units
 
Discretionary Access Control
Other Access Control Methods
Access Control Terms
Centralized Vs Decentralized
Federated Identity Management
Access Control Protocols
Identity Management
Directory Access and Administration
Permissions
Tokens and Identification
Biometrics Overview
Types of Biometrics
Access Control Considerations
Network Perimeter Controls Part 1 of 2
Network Perimeter Controls Part 2 of 2
Security issues with VoIP/SIP Demo
Communication and Network Policies
Policy and Controls
Audit and Configuration Policies
Secure Design Considerations
Design and Mitigation Strategies
Wireless
Intrusion Prevention
OSI Model
TCP/IP Model
Tunneling Methods and Security
Network Concepts: Topology
Network Concepts: Network Zones
Protocols
TCP/IP Model Security Considerations
Remote Access
Remote Access Cont
Voice Systems
Voice Over IP
VOIP Cont
TCP/IP Packet Structure
Cryptographic Concepts and Keys
Cryptography Key Management
Certificate Authority Using Windows Servers Demo
Cryptography Overview and Terms
Kerckhoff, Symmetric, and Asymmetric
Block Ciphers
Stream Ciphers and Hashing
Implementations
Public Key Infrastructure Overview
PKI Certificate Lifecycle
PKI Certificate Lifecycle Cont
PKI Examples
Crypto Attacks
Crypto Countermeasures
Security Engineering - Assurance
Security Engineering - Identify Needs
Security Engineering - Define Requirements
Security Engineering - Define Architecture
Security Engineering - Design, Implement & Assess
Requirements Analysis
Requirements Analysis and Risk
Risk Analysis - Attack Vectors
Common Criteria
Common Criteria - short version
Common Critera
Assurance Levels 1 thru 7
ISO Standards and SSE CMM
PCI-DSS
Solutions and Countermeasures
Business Continuity Planning Steps 1 and 2
Steps 3-7 of BCP
Business Impact Analysis
Backup and Recovery Strategies
Alternate Sites, Redundancy, Agreements
Risk and Business Impact Analysis
Physical Security Overview Discussion
Physical Access Controls
Concepts for Controlling Physical Access
Physical Security Plans
Physical Security Assessment
ISSAP Prep Practice Quiz
(ISC)2 (TM) CISSP:ISSEP Certification Prep 12 HoursSkill Level: Advanced  
+ Description
 The Information Systems Security Engineering Professional (ISSEP) concentration of the CISSP certification prep course prepares students with systems security engineering experience to sit for the (ISC)2 ISSEP certification exam. This course includes a 50-question practice exam and was developed following the four domains of the ISSEP (12 Hours).

Specialty Areas: System Administration and Systems Requirements Planning

Training Proficiency: Level 3 - Advanced

Capture Date: 2011

+ Course Modules/Units
 
ISSEP Introduction
Information Assurance Governance
Civil Agency Regulations
National Regulations: FIPS
National Regulations: SP 800 series-1
National Regulations: SP 800 series-2
National Regulations: SP 800 series-3
National Regulations: NSTISS and CNSS-1
National Regulations: NSTISS and CNSS-2
Information Assurance Governance Review
IATF Release 3.1
Documentation and Forms
SDLC-1
SDLC-2
ISSE Roles, Responsibilities, and Principles
Phases of SSE-1
Phases of SSE-2
Phases of SSE-3
Phases of SSE-4
Introduction to Defense in Depth
Classes of Attack
Risk Management
Assessing Risk-1
Assessing Risk-2
The Authorization Process
Roles, Responsibilities, and Risk Management Framework
Categorizing Information Systems
Selecting Security Controls-1
Selecting Security Controls-2
Implementing Security Controls
Assessing Security Controls
Authorizing Information Systems
Monitoring Information Systems
DITSCAP/NIACAP and DIACAP
The NIST SP 800-37 Process
System Development Process Models
Project Processes
Project Management
ISSEP Practice
(ISC)2 (TM) CISSP:ISSMP Prep 2014 14 HoursSkill Level: Advanced
+ Description
 The Information Systems Security Management Professional (ISSMP) concentration of the CISSP concentration certification prep self-study, reviews the common body of knowledge for the 2014 CISSP-ISSMP certification. This course covers topics from the five domains and includes a final exam to help students prepare to sit for the ISSMP exam.

Specialty Area: Information Systems Security Operations, Security Program Management, Strategic Planning and Policy Development, Systems Requirements Planning, Systems Security Architecture

Training Proficiency - Level 1 - Basic

Capture Date: 2013

+ Course Modules/Units
 
ISSMP Course Overview
Security Management Practices
Cyber Security Role in Culture, Vision, and Mission
Security's Role - Management Support and Commitment
Security's Role - Board of Dir, Steering Committee
Security Role - IT, HR, and Legal
Security's Role - Strategic Alignment
IS Governance Defined
IS Governance Goals 1
IS Governance Goals 2
Importance of IS Governance
Information Security Strategies
Data Classification and Privacy
Data Classification and Privacy - Implementations
Security Policy Framework and Lifecycle
Security Requirements in Contracts and Agreements
Risk Management
Risk Management - Threats and Vulnerabilities
Risk Management - Risk Assessments
Calculating Risks
Mitigating Risks
Change Control
Security Awareness and Training Programs
Managing the Security Organization
Security Metrics
Security Metrics Indicators
SDLC and Project Management
SDLC and SE-CMM Overview
Vulnerability Management and Security Controls
Service Oriented Architecture Controls
Oversee System Security Testing
Security Compliance Frameworks
Auditing Introduction and Preparation
Evidence Reporting and Auditors
Exception Management
Understanding BCP and DRP
Understanding the Business
Insurance
Determining Timelines and Priorities
Determining Timelines and Priorities (con't)
Site and IT Strategies
Personnel and Recommended Strategies
Designing and Testing the Plan
Implementing the Plan
Incident Management Concepts
Incident Management Process
Phases of Incident Response
Problem Management and Investigation
Incident Management Classification
Financial Impact of Incidents
Common Attack Vectors
Investigation and Forensic Evidence
Investigations, IH and Response
Digital Forensics Investigation Demo
Escalating Event to Incident Demo
CISSP - ISSMP Self-Study Practice Exam
(ISC)2 (TM) CSSLP Certification Prep Self Study 20 HoursSkill Level: Advanced  
+ Description
 (ISC)2 Certified Secure Software Lifecycle Professional (CSSLP) certification prep self study course

This certification prep course helps prepare students to sit for the (ISC)2 CSSLP certification exam by covering application security concepts and the software development lifecycle (SDLC). This course is for individuals with at least 4 years experience in secure software concepts, software requirements, software design, and software implementation.

Specialty Area: Systems Security Analysis, Strategic Planning and Policy Development

Training Proficiency: Level 2 and 3 - Intermediate/Advanced

Capture Date: 2014

+ Course Modules/Units
 
Core Security Concepts
Security Design Principles
Privacy and Regulations
Governance, Risk and Compliance
Assessing and Quantifying Risk Part 1 of 2
Assessing and Quantifying Risk Part 2 of 2
Software Development Methodologies
Software Assurance Methodologies
Software Requirements Domain Intro
Requirements Engineering
Software Requirements and Policy
Achieving CIA
Achieving Confidentiality
Achieving Integrity
Achieving Availability
AAA and Environment
Data Classification
Secure Issues in Design
Threat History and Malware Types
Secure Design Patterns
Insecure Design Patterns
Cryptography and Password Administration
Digital Certificates, Signatures, and Tokens
Virtualization and Trusted Computing
Database Security
Networked Systems
Platform Solution and Languages
Introduction to Software Vulnerabilities
Memory Safety : Heartbleed
Memory Safety : Buffer Overflows
Exploiting Buffer Overflows
Exploiting Buffer Overflows : Code Injection
Exploiting Buffer Overflows : Arc Injection
Mitigating Buffer Overflows Part 1 of 2
Mitigating Buffer Overflows Part 2 of 2
Buffer Overflow Demo Part 1 of 5: Overview
Buffer Overflow Demo Part 2 of 5: Memory Layout
Buffer Overflow Demo Part 3 of 5: Smash
Buffer Overflow Demo Part 4 of 5: Arc
Buffer Overflow Demo Part 5 of 5: Shellcode
SW Vulnerabilities : Injections Part 1 of 3
SW Vulnerabilities : Injections Part 2 of 3
SW Vulnerabilities : Injections Part 3 of 3
SQL Injection Demo Part 1 of 2: Benign
SQL Injection Demo Part 2 of 2: Malicious
Format String Vulnerabilities
Concurrency Part 1 of 3
Concurrency Part 2 of 3
Concurrency Part 3 of 3
Concurrency Examples
Mitigating Deadlock and Race Conditions
Code Privilege Escalation Part 1 of 2
Code Privilege Escalation Part 2 of 2
Software Functionality Testing
Software Performance Testing
Types of Software Tests Part 1 of 5
Types of Software Tests Part 2 of 5
Types of Software Tests Part 3 of 5
Types of Software Tests Part 4 of 5
Types of Software Tests Part 5 of 5
Software Test Data Management
CERT SCALe Conformance Testing
Software Acceptance Considerations
Coding Regulations and Requirements
Common Criteria for Conformance Eval
Installation and Deployment Part 1 of 2
Installation and Deployment Part 2 of 2
Operations and Maintenance Part 1 of 3
Operations and Maintenance Part 2 of 3
Operations and Maintenance Part 3 of 3
Change and Configuration Management
Recovery Strategy
Building Systems from Components
Supplier Risk Assessment
Intellectual Property, Trademarks, and Patents
Open Source, Licensing, and Trade Secrets
Supplier Sourcing
Software Development and Test
Reverse Engineering, Tools and Testing
Reverse Engineering Demo Part 1 of 2: Strings
Reverse Engineering Demo Part 2 of 2: Assembly.txt
Software Delivery, Operations, and Maintenance
Supplier Transitioning
Data Exports
Software Contracting
CSSLP Course Quiz
(ISC)2 (TM) Systems Security Certified Practitioner 16 Hours Prep 2015Skill Level: Basic 
+ Description
 The '''Systems Security Certified Practitioner''' prep course is a self-study resource for those preparing to take the (ISC)2 SSCP certification exam.

Specialty Area(s): Systems Security Analysis, Computer Network Defense, Vulnerability Assessment and Management, Network Services

Training Proficiency Level: Level 1 - Basic

Capture Date: 2015

+ Course Modules/Units
 
SSCP Introduction
Access Control Terms and Categories
Access Control Types
Access Control Administration
Security Models
System Permissions
Identification and Authentication Methods
Biometrics
Auditing and Threats
Attribute based Access Control
Device Authentication
Trust Architectures
Identity Management Lifecycle
Introduction to Cloud Computing
Cloud Computing Implementations
Cloud Computing Security Issues Part 1 of 2
Cloud Computing Security Issues Part 2 of 2
Big Data
Big Data with Hadoop Demo
NoSQL with MongoDB Demo
Virtual Environments
Access Controls Domain Knowledge Check
Security Operations
Data Classification and Administration
System Development and Change Cycle
Certification and Accreditation
Change Control and Patch Management
End Point Security
Securing People and Devices
Security Awareness and Training
(ISC)2 Code of Ethics
Asset Management
Assessing Physical Security
Physical Security Defenses
Security Ops and Admin Knowledge Check
Monitoring and Analysis
Monitoring Employees
Log Management
Integrity Checking
Testing and Analysis
Auditing
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
OpenVAS Demo
Monitoring and Analysis Knowledge Check
Risk Management
Risk Assessment
Security Testing
Incident Handling
Forensics
Volatility Framework
Business Continuity Planning
Business Impact Analysis
Backup and Recovery Strategies
Redundancy and Storage
Risk and Response Knowledge Check
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
Cryptography Knowledge Check
Network Topology
Transmission Media
Crosstalk and Interference
Network Devices: NIC, Hub, Switches
Network Devices: Routers, Firewalls, IDS
OSI and TCP/IP Models
IP Addressing
NAT and Subnetting
TCP, UDP and Common Protocols
ARP, DHCP, ICMP
Wireshark Protocol Analysis
Routers and Routing Protocols
Network Services
Network Security Protocols
VoIP
VoIP Call Traffic Demo
WANs
Remote Access
Securing SSH
Wireless Technology
Network Reliability
Firewalls and Proxies
Wireless Attacks and Countermeasures
Common Attacks and Countermeasures
Network Access Control
Wiring Closets
Mobile Device Physical Security
Network Segmentation
Traffic Shaping
Wireless Security
Networks and Comm Knowledge Check
Malicious Code
Virus Lifecycle and Characteristics
Botnets: DoS, Packet Flood Attacks
Botnets: Rootkits and Malware
Malicious Activity
Social Engineering Sources and Anatomy of Attack
Malicious Activity Countermeasures
SE and Insider Threat Countermeasures
Infected System Response and Remediation
Reverse Engineering
Malicious Code Activity Knowledge Check
SSCP Course Practice Exam
LAN Security Using Switch Features 2 HoursSkill Level: Intermediate 
+ Description
 In this course, students learn different methods of how to secure Local Area Networks (LANs) at the connectivity level. Topics include: monitoring MAC addresses and port security, limiting MAC & IP spoofing, controlling traffic flows, implementing and enhancing security in VLANs, enabling authentication on connection points, and determining host security health. Examples are used throughout to reinforce concepts

Training Purpose: Skill Development

Specialty Area: System Administration, Systems Security Analysis, Vulnerability Assessment and Management, Cyber Threat Analysis

Training Proficiency Area: Level 2 - Intermediate

Course Capture Date: 2010

+ Course Modules/Units
 
Introduction and MAC Address Monitoring
MAC Address Spoofing
Managing Traffic Flows
VLANs and Security
802.1x Port Authentication
Network Admission Control
Securing STP
Securing VLANs and VTP
Linux Operating System Security 9 HoursSkill Level: Advanced  
+ Description
 This course introduces students to the security features and tools available in Linux as well as the considerations, advantages, and disadvantages of using those features. The class will be based on Red Hat Linux and is designed for IT and security managers, and system administrators who want to increase their knowledge on configuring and hardening Linux from a security perspective.

Specialty Area: Vulnerability Assessment and Management, Systems Security Analysis, System Administration

Proficiency Area: Level 2 - Intermediate

Capture Date: 2013

+ Course Modules/Units
 
Linux OS Security Introduction
Booting Linux
Linux Recovery
Linux Startup Scripts
Linux Startup Processes
Linux Runlevels Demo
Chkconfig_and_Upstart Demo
Linux Processes and Signals
Linux Process Monitoring
PS_and_Netstat Demo
Linux PS and TOP Demo
Working with Linux PIDs
Linux File System Overview
Linux File Security
Linux File Access Controls
File Integrity Demo
Linux Kernel Tuning
Linux Host Access Controls
Linux User and Group Definition
User Management
Linux Privilege Escalation
Sudoers Demo
Linux Authentication Methods
Linux Viruses and Worms
Linux Trojan Horses
Linux Rootkits
Linux Misconfigurations
Linux Software Vulnerabilities
Linux Social Engineering
Linux Automated Installation
Managing Linux Packages
Package Management Tools Demo
Repositories and System Management
Custom Repository Demo
Linux IPv4 and IPv6
Linux Network Configuration
Linux Tunneling
Kernel Tuning Demo
Linux X11 Forwarding
Linux File Sharing
Linux Grand Unified Bootloader (GRUB)
Configuring GRUB Demo
Security Enhanced Linux
Introduction to IPTables
IPTables Rules
IPFilter
Linux Packet Sniffers
Linux NIDS
Linux HIDS
Linux Antivirus
Linux Secure Shell
Linux Log Management
Linux Scripting Basics
BASH Scripting Demo
IF Statements
Pipes and Redirection
Variables and Regular Expressions
Custom Scripting
Linux Hardening
NSA Hardening Guides
National Vulnerability Database (NVD)
Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVE)
Vulnerability Scanning
Linux Operating System Security Quiz
Mobile and Device Security (2015) 22 HoursSkill Level: Basic  
+ Description
 The Mobile and Device Security course introduces students to 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.

Specialty Area(s): Customer Service and Technical Support, Digital Forensics, Information Assurance Compliance, Information Systems Security Operations

Training Proficiency Level: Level 1 - Basic

Capture Date: 2015

+ 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
New Course OfferingMobile Forensics 4 HoursSkill Level: Advanced
+ Description
 

This course provides an overview of mobile forensics, the branch of digital forensics that focusses on forensically sound extraction and analysis of evidence from mobile devices. Cell phone investigations has grown exponentially with data from mobile devices becoming crucial evidence in a wide array of incidents. The Mobile Forensics course begins highlighting details of the field and then focuses on the iOS architecture, concluding with data acquisition and analysis.

Learning objectives:

  • describe the impact of mobile devices on investigations
  • identify iOS device filesystem, operating system, and security architecture basics
  • explain acquisition and analysis tools and techniques for iOS devices

Training Purpose: Skill Development

Specialty Areas: (Investigate) Digital Forensics, (Investigate) Investigation

Training Proficiency Area: Level 3 - Advanced

Release Date: 2017

+ Course Modules/Units
 
Introduction to Mobile Forensics
Importance of Mobile Forensics
Challenges of Mobile Forensics
Handling and Preserving Evidence
File System for iOS Devices
Understanding the Basics of iOS
Understanding iOS Security Architecture
Mobile Forensics Tool Classification
Data Acquisition Types
iOS Jailbreaking
Idenifying an iOS Device
Physical Acquisition of iOS Devices
iTunes Backup Acquisition
Apple File Conduit Acquisition
iTunes Backup Analysis
iCloud Data Acquisition and Analysis
Analyzing Data on iOS Devices
Mobile Forensics Quiz
Network Layer 1 & 2 Troubleshooting  3 HoursSkill Level: Basic
+ Description
 This course reviews troubleshooting methods used in Layer 1 and Layer 2 of the OSI Model. The course covers how to detect, trace, identify, and fix network connectivity issues at the Physical and Data Link layers of the OSI stack. The basics of the Physical and Data Link layers will be covered along with a review of the devices, signaling, and cabling which operate at these layers. Students will be presented with methods for tracing connectivity issues back to the source and identifying mitigation solutions.

Training Purpose: Functional Development

Specialty Areas: Network Services, System Administration, Customer Service and Technical Support, Systems Security architecture

Training Proficiency Area: Level 1 - Basic

Capture Date: 2015

+ Course Modules/Units
 
Network Layer 1 and 2 Troubleshooting Introduction
OSI Physical Layer 1 Overview
Data Transmission Medium Cables and Connectors
Patch Panels
Fiber Optic Cables
Encoding and Signaling Functions
Network Components
Physical Network Design/Topology
Network Troubleshooting Methodology
Common Layer 1 Issues Part 1 of 2
Common Layer 1 Issues Part 2 of 2
Layer 2 Data Link Layer Components Overview
MAC Addresses/Logical Link Control
Layer 2 Protocols
Physical Network Design/Topology
Network Troubleshooting Methodology Review
Common Layer 2 Issues
Layer 2 Troubleshooting Tools
NW Layer 1 and 2 Troubleshooting exam
Course Lifetime ExpiringNetwork Monitoring with Open Source Tools 5 Hours - Will be retired as of 1/18/2018Skill Level: Advanced 
+ Description
 The Network Monitoring course discusses techniques for monitoring network activity using open source tools.

Specialty Area(s): Computer Network Defense, Systems Security Analysis, Incident Response

Training Proficiency Level: Level 3 - Advanced

Capture Date: 2012

+ Course Modules/Units
 
NW Monitoring Course Introduction
Foothold Attacks
Enumeration and Privilege Escalation
Corruption Attacks
Disruption and Data Exfiltration Attacks
Persistence and Malicious Use Attacks
Network Flows
Working with Netflows
Netflow Collection
Detecting Anomalous Events
Snort Intro and Overview
Using BASE w Snort DB
Snort Demo
Log Mgmt and Analysis Concepts
SYSLOG Basics
Using Swatch Overview
Log Management Best Practices
Configuring Syslog and Swatch
Log Analysis with Syslog and Swatch
Network Data Recorder Implementation
Setting up a Network Data Recorder
Demo Network Data Recorder
Proxy and DNS Log File Concepts
Analyzing Proxy and DNS Log Files
NW Monitoring Quiz
Offensive and Defensive Network Operations 13 HoursSkill Level: Basic 
+ Description
 

This course focuses on fundamental concepts for offensive and defensive network operations. It covers how offensive and defensive cyber operations are conducted and details U.S. government doctrine for network operations. Topics include network attack planning, methodologies, and tactics and techniques used to plan for, detect, and defend against network attacks.

Learning Objectives

  • Apply U.S. government network operations background and doctrine
  • Describe offensive and defensive network operations
  • Determine offensive network operation missions, planning, and exploitation phases and methodologies
  • Derive defensive network operation missions, planning, and methods to detect and defend against network attacks and attackers' methods

Training Purpose: Functional Development Specialty Area: Computer Network Defense Analysis, Cyber Operations Training Proficiency Area: Level 1 - Basic

Course Capture: 2015

+ Course Modules/Units
 
Cyberspace As A Domain
Joint Publication 3-12(R), Cyberspace Operations Overview Part 1 of 3
Joint Publication 3-12(R), Cyberspace Operations Overview Part 2 of 3
Joint Publication 3-12(R), Cyberspace Operations Overview Part 3 of 3
Joint Communications Overview and Information Environment
Joint Force Communication, System Operations, and Management Planning
Legal Considerations for Cyber Operations Part 1 of 2
Legal Considerations for Cyber Operations Part 2 of 2
Adversaries in Cyberspace Part 1 of 3
Adversaries in Cyberspace Part 2 of 3
Adversaries in Cyberspace Part 3 of 3
Offensive Cyber Operations Background
Offensive Cyberspace Operations Definitions
Offensive Cyberspace Operations Planning and Legal Considerations
Offensive Methodologies
Offensive Methodology Planning Examples 1 of 2
Offensive Methodology Planning Examples 2 of 2
Reconnaissance Methodology Overview
Social Engineering for Reconnaissance
Reconn with Automated Correlation Tools and Search Engines Part 1 of 2
Reconn with Automated Correlation Tools and Search Engines Part 2 of 2
Netowrk Mapping for Active Reconnaissance
Port Scanning for Active Reconnaissance
Windows Enumeration Basics
Linux Enumeration Basics
Scanning and Enumerating with Nmap
Exploitation using Direct Exploits and System Misconfiguration
Exploitation with SET Example
Exploitation
Entrenchment
Exploitation Basics
Post-Exploitation
Abuse and Attacks
Defensive Cyberspace Operations (DCO)
DCO Types of Operations
DCO Operational Goals
DCO Best Practices
Defensive Methodology: Understanding the Threat
Defensive Methodology: Tactics
Defensive Methodology: Defense-in-Depth
Incident Management Overview
Incident Management Policies, Plans and Procedures
Incident Management Team Configuration
Incident Response Lifecycle
Defending the Domain
Perimeter and Host Defenses
IDS/IPS Defined Including Advantages and Disadvantages
IDS/IPS Types and Functions
IDS/IPS Location Placements
Intrusion Detection using Snort
Reviewing Alerts and Detecting Attack Phases
Network Traffic Analysis
Methods of Network Traffic Analysis
Wireshark
Log Analysis Methods and Techniques Part 1 of 2
Log Analysis Methods and Techniques Part 2 of 2
Detecting Offensive Operations using Log Analysis
Digital Forensics Overview and Tools
Digital Forensics Methods and Techniques Part 1 of 2
Digital Forensics Methods and Techniques Part 2 of 2
Identifying Phases of Attack Using Digital Forensics
Incident Data: Profile and Analysis
Incident Reporting
Offensive and Defensive Network Operations Exam
Course Lifetime ExpiringPenetration Testing 14 Hours - Will be retired as of 1/18/2018Skill Level: Advanced 
+ Description
 This 14-hour Penetration Testing course discusses concepts, tools, and techniques for conducting a penetration test.

Specialty Area(s): Systems Security Analysis, Computer Network Defense, Vulnerability Assessment and Management

Training Proficiency Level: Level 3 - Advanced

Capture Date: 2012

+ Course Modules/Units
 
Penetration Testing Course Introduction
Pen Testing Goals and Objectives
Pen Test Methodologies and Frameworks
Information Gathering for Pen Testing
Info Gathering : Social Engineering Part 1 of 2
Info Gathering : Social Engineering Part 2 of 2
Info Gathering with Automated Tools
Gathering Info with Google Hacking
Active Footprinting with Traceroute
Social Engineering Toolkit Demo
Recon Methodology and Network Mapping
Recon and Enumeration - Scanning
Common System Enumeration Techniques
Initial Access and Concepts
Direct Exploits
Social Attacks and Toolkit Examples
Wireless Concepts Overview
Wireless Pen Testing
Pen Testing and Bluetooth
Intro to Vulnerability Research
Exploit Database Demo
Using Scan Results
Fuzz Testing
Demo Application Fuzzer
Using Backtrack
Using Backtrack Demo
Using Metasploit
Using Metasploit Example
Demo CLIMetasploit
Using Meterpreter
Using Armitage
MITM Attacks and Pen Testing
Finding and Compiling Exploits
Exploits with Armitage
Demo Intro to Armitage
Privilege Escalation Concepts
Password Abuse
ACLs DACLs and SACLs
Basic Process of Session Hijacking
Basic Process of Session Hacking Cont
Chained Exploits
Pen Testing and SQL Injection
Pen Testing and SQL Enumeration
SQL Injection Attacks with Metasploit
Pen Testing and XSS Attacks
Pen Testing Direct Attacks
Demo RunningExploitFrom Code
Demo SQL Injection
Encoding Schemes
Encoding Examples
Evading with Tunneling
Infrastructure Device Discovery
Exploiting Infrastructure Devices
Demo Automating Infra Detection And Iden
Persistence and Camouflaging
Persistent Meterpreter Demo
Persistence Through Other Techniques
Discovery Techniques
Discovery Techniques and IPv6
Miscellaneous Tactics of Minimizing Detection
Demo Minimizing Detection
Finding Alive IPv6 Hosts
IPv6 Man-in-the-middle
IPv6 Windows Teredo Tunneling
The Case for Scripting
Windows Scripting Basics
Scripting Loops
Error Handling and Script Troubleshooting
Scripting and Penetration Testing
Gaining OnSite Access
Demo Exploiting Systems using Onsite Access
Penetration Testing course exam
Root Cause Analysis 1 hourSkill Level: Intermediate
+ Description
 This course provides an explanation of root cause analysis for cyber security incidents and an overview of two different root cause analysis models (and approaches used in these models). The course also describes how root cause analysis can benefit other incident management processes (response, prevention, and detection), and details general root cause analysis techniques that can be adopted as methods for analysis of cyber incidents.

Specialty Area: Threat Analysis, Computer Network Defense Analysis, Incident Response

Training Proficiency: Level 1 - Basic

+ Course Modules/Units
 
Root Cause Analysis Fundamentals
Root Cause Analysis Methods
Cyber Kill Chain Model for Root Cause Analysis
Sample Incident Cause Analysis Workflow
Root Cause Analysis Course Exam
Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) Security 1 HourSkill Level: Intermediate 
+ Description
 This course will cover securing radio frequency identification (RFID). Different components of RFID, how it works, applications in which it is being used, benefits and weaknesses, and the communication range over which it works will be reviewed. Students will learn specific concerns with RFID, recommendations for RFID, and security issues that have come to light.

Training Purpose: Skill Development

Specialty Area: System Security Analysis, Vulnerability Assessment and Management

Training Proficiency Area: Level 2 - Intermediate

Course Capture Date: 2010

+ Course Modules/Units
 
RFID Introduction
RFID Threats
RFID Countermeasures
Exploited Threats
Securing Infrastructure Devices 1 HourSkill Level: Intermediate  
+ Description
 This course covers physical security, operating system security, management traffic security, device service hardening, securing management services and device access privileges.

Training Purpose: Skill Development

Specialty Area(s): Enterprise Architecture, Network Services, System Administration, Computer Network Defense Infrastructure Support, Systems Security Analysis

Training Proficiency Level: Level 2 - Intermediate

Course Capture Date: 2010

+ Course Modules/Units
 
Physical and Operating System Security
Management Traffic Security
Device Service Hardening
Securing Management Services
Device Access Hardening
Device Access Privileges
Securing the Network Perimeter 1 HourSkill Level: Intermediate 
+ Description
 This course covers edge security traffic design, blocking DoS/DDoS traffic, specialized access control lists, routers and firewalls, securing routing protocols, securing traffic prioritization and securing against SPOF.

Training Purpose: Skill Development

Specialty Area(s): Network Services, Computer Network Defense, Incident Response, Digital Forensics, Systems Security Analysis

Training Proficiency Level: Level 2 - Intermediate

Course Capture Date: 2010

+ Course Modules/Units
 
Introduction and Edge Security Traffic Design
Blocking DoS and DDoS Traffic
Specialized Access Control Lists
Routers with Firewalls
Beyond Firewalls: Inspecting Layer 4 and Above
Securing Routing Protocols and Traffic Prioritization
Securing Against Single Point of Failures
Security and DNS 1 HourSkill Level: Advanced
+ Description
 This course discusses name resolution principles, name resolution and security, DNS security standards, securing zone transfers with TSIG, and DNSSEC principles, implementation and resources.

Training Purpose: Skill Development

Specialty Area(s): Enterprise Architecture, Network Services, System Administration

Training Proficiency Level: Level 3 - Advanced

Course Capture Date: 2010

+ Course Modules/Units
 
Name Resolution Introduction
Name Resolution and Security
DNS Cache
DNS Security Standards and TSIG
DNSSEC
Migrating to DNSSEC
Issues with Implementing DNSSEC 1
Issues with Implementing DNSSEC 2
SiLK Traffic Analysis 7 HoursSkill Level: Intermediate 
+ Description
 This course is designed to teach the analyst how to make network flow analysis a part of their workflow. Students will learn how to use the SiLK network flow analysis tool suite to perform tasks such as querying for records related to a specific incident or indicator, creating sets of indicators for batch analysis, and leveraging network flow to provide basic network situational awareness.

Capture Date: 2013

+ Course Modules/Units
 
Introduction to SiLK
iSiLK
What is Network Flow?
Interpreting SiLK Network Flow
SiLK Flows
SiLK Traffic Analysis Quiz 1
The SiLK Repository
Basic SiLK Tools
SiLK Traffic Analysis Quiz 2
rwfilter
rwfilter Examples
rwfilter Demo
rwfilter Continued
SiLK Traffic Analysis Quiz 3
rwcount
rwcount Demo
rwstats
rwstats Demo 1
rwstats Continued 1
rwstats Demo 2
rwstats Continued 2
rwuniq
SiLK Traffic Analysis Quiz 4
PySiLK
Python Expressions and SilkPython
SiLK Traffic Analysis Quiz 5
IP Sets
Bags
SiLK Traffic Analysis Quiz 6
Prefix Maps
Tupples
SiLK Traffic Analysis Quiz 7
rwgroup
rwmatch
SiLK File Utilities
IPv6 in SiLK
SiLK Traffic Analysis Quiz 8
Network Profiling Introduction
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.

Specialty Area: Software Assurance, Software Assurance Management, Acquisition

Training Proficiency: Level 2 - Intermediate

Capture Date: 2013

+ 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: Basic
+ Description
 Software Assurance - Static Code Analysis using HPE Fortify This course introduces students to the idea of integrating static code analysis tools into the software development process from both a developer's and a security 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. Specialty Areas: Information Assurance Compliance, Software Assurance and Security Engineering, Systems Development Training Area: Level 1 - Basic
+ 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: Basic
+ Description
 This course introduces students to the idea of integrating static code analysis tools into the software development process. The focus is on 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. Specialty Areas: Information Assurance Compliance, Software Assurance and Security Engineering, Systems Development, Test and Evaluation Training Area: Level 1 - Basic
+ Course Modules/Units
 
Overview of Synopsis Software Integrity Platform
Demonstration
Questions and Answers
Closing
Supply Chain Assurance using Sonatype Nexus 2.5 HoursSkill Level: basic
+ Description
 This course introduces students to the idea of integrating static code analysis tools into the software development process from both a developer's and a security professional's perspective. The 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.

Specialty Areas:

  • Information Assurance Compliance,
  • Software Assurance and Security Engineering,
  • Systems Development,
  • Test and Evaluation

Training Area: Level 1 - Basic

+ 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
Windows Operating System Security 16 HoursSkill Level: Intermediate 
+ Description
 This course introduces students to the security aspects of Microsoft Windows. The class begins with an overview of the Microsoft Windows security model and some of the key components such processes, drivers, the Windows registry, and Windows kernel. An overview of the users and group permission structure used in Windows is presented along with a survey of the attacks commonly seen in Windows environments. Patching, networking, and the built-in security features of Windows such as the firewall, anti-malware, and BitLocker are all covered in light detail.

Specialty Area: Vulnerability Assessment and Management, Systems Security Analysis, System Administration

Training Proficiency: Level 2 - Intermediate

Capture Date: 2012

+ Course Modules/Units
 
Windows OS Security Course Introduction
Windows Security Module Introduction
Windows Architecture Overview
Windows Subsystems Part 1 of 2
Windows Subsystems Part 2 of 2
Windows Security Development Lifecycle
Windows API
Windows Registry
Viewing Windows Registry Demo
Windows Services Part 1 of 2
Windows Services Demo
Windows Services Part 2 of 2
Multi-tasking
Sessions, Windows Stations and Desktops
Programs and Drivers Part 1 of 2
Reviewing Drivers in Windows
Programs and Drivers Part 2 of 2
Updating Widows Drives Demo
Applications, Processes, and Threads
Buffer Overflow Protection
Authenticode Part 1 of 2
Digital Certificate Details Demo
Authenticode Part 2 of 2
Windows Action Center
Windows Users and Groups Introduction
User Account Control
Windows Users and Groups Part 1 of 2
Windows Users and Groups Part 2 of 2
Windows Interactive Logon Process
NTLM Authentication Overview
Kerberos Authentication Overview
Types of Authentication
File Permissions
Dynamic Access Controls
Threats and Vulnerabilities Introduction
OS Vulnerabilities
CVE Details Demo
CVE Samples
Misconfigurations
Password Configuration Options
Password DDOS Demo
Common Misconfigurations
CCE and the NVD Demo
Social Engineering
Viruses and Worms
Impersonation
Microsoft Updates and Patching Process Part 1 of 2
Double Decode
Microsoft Updates and Patching Process Part 2 of 2
Securing the Update Process
Update Process Circumvention
Windows Server Update Service
Internet Explorer Patching
Windows Network Connectivity
Windows Network Profiles
Windows Network Adapter Settings
Windows Wireless Settings
Windows Networking Protocols
Other Windows Protocols
Microsoft VPN Part 1 of 2
Microsoft VPN Part 2 of 2
Microsoft Network Access Protection Part 1 of 2
Microsoft Network Access Protection Part 2 of 2
How to Configure Windows Update Settings Demo
Windows Security Features Introduction
Windows Firewall
Windows Firewall Wizard Demo
Windows Firewall with Advanced Security
Windows Firewall with Advanced Security Demo
Configuring Windows Firewall Demo
Windows Defender
Windows AD and PKI Demo
Windows Active Directory Certificate Services
Windows Group Policy
Windows AppLocker
Configuring And Using App Locker Demo
Windows BitLocker
Configuring And Using Bitlocker Demo
Windows Secure Boot
Windows Security Auditing
Windows Audit Settings and Examples
SCW Introduction
Hardening Windows Introduction
Windows Templates
Microsoft Baseline Security Analyzer
Microsoft Security Configuration Wizard
Microsoft Security Compliance Manager
Hardening with Group Policy
NVD Search Demo
Other Guidelines and Recommendations
Using Windows Mgmt Intstrumentation Demo
Using The Security Config Wizard Demo
PowerShell Introduction
PowerShell Key Commands
PowerShell Demo
Administrative Functions with PowerShell
Computer and Network Management with PowerShell
Basic Scripts in PowerShell
PowerShell Security Settings and Configurations
Using Powershell Demo
Windows OS Security Quiz
Wireless Network Security 9 HoursSkill Level: Intermediate
+ Description
 The purpose of the Wi-Fi Communications and Security course is to teach the technologies of the 802.11 family of wireless networking, including the principles of network connectivity and network security.

Speciality Area: Enterprise Architecture, Network Services, System Administration, Customer Service and Technical Support, Computer Network Defense Infrastructure Support

Training Proficiency Area: Level 2 - Intermediate

Capture Date: 2013

+ Course Modules/Units
 
Wi-Fi Communication and Security Intro
How Wi-Fi Became Ubiquitous
Wi-Fi Standards - 802.11b
Wi-Fi Standards - 802.11a
Wi-Fi Standards - 802.11g n and ac
Bluetooth Standards
WiMAX Standards
LTE HSPA EvDO Network Types
Spread Spectrum Technology
802.11 Transmissions and Wireless Channels
802.11 Data Rates
Wireless Network Topologies
Wireless Network Hardware
RF Propagation Principles
Impacts on Signal Radiation
Signal Propagation and Objects
Additional Signal Effects
Measuring Signal Strength
Signal Strength and Antennas
Wireless Coverage and Frequency Reuse
Wireless Network Design Issues
Wireless Modes and Service Sets
Wireless Authentication and Association
Wireless and Roaming 1 of 2
Wireless and Roaming 2 of 2
Enterprise 802.11 Solutions
Key Points of CAPWAP
Advantages of CAPWAP
CAPWAP Demo
802.11 Security Flaws
Fixing 802.11 Security
802.1x Authentication Protocols
Additional Issues with 802.11 Encryption
Additional 802.11 Security Measures
Other Wireless Threats
Wireless Best Practices
Wireless Network Assessment Part 1 of 2
Wireless Network Assessment Part 2 of 2
Wireless Network Security Quiz
CMaaS Technical Overview Course 0.5 HoursSkill Level: Basic
+ Description
 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 Continuous Monitoring as a Service (CMaaS) will be implemented in DHS Component networks. Technical Level: Basic Framework Category: Protect and Defend Specialty Areas: • Computer Network Defense Analysis • Computer Network Defense Infrastructure Support • Incident Response • Vulnerability Assessment and Management
+ Course Modules/Units
 
Lesson 1: CMaaS Technology Stack Overview (Video)
Lesson 2: Central Management Enclave Firewall Requirements (Infographic)
Lesson 3: Component Management Enclave Firewall Requirements (Infographic)
Lesson 4: Hardware Sensors Firewall Requirements 1 of 2 (Infographic)
Lesson 5: Hardware Sensors Firewall Requirements 2 of 2 (Infographic)
Lesson 6: Software Sensors Firewall Requirements (Infographic)
Lesson 7: Considerations for Initial CMaaS Deployment (Infographic)
Lesson 8: CMaaS Deployment Overview (Infographic)