Tune your firewalls in the most practical way
Make use of IDS/IPS and learn how they help you keep hackers away or catch them
Get a hacker's IP and what you can do with it
Honeypot is important, and how to use it
Detect why antivirus software is not enough and how to defend your endpoint machines totally
Make your web application a hard nut to crack
Secure your databases
How not to give your browser away to a hacker
Protect your network from ransomware
Take preventive measures when you find malicious file in your mail or in your machine
Become a whale: preventing a spear-fishing
Scan your assets for quickly finding a threat
Overcome a social engineer
Learn what to do if you are under a cyber attack
Learn how to harden every host in the network and how to find a spy in your network.
Cyber threats and attacks are becoming more common, sophisticated, and damaging. The Alliance is faced with an evolving complex threat environment. State and non-state actors can use cyber attacks in the context of military operations.
In the first part of the course, you'll learn about different kinds of cyberattack and how they can be executed. In the second part, you'll prevent or mitigate these attacks and protect your digital assets.
First of all you'll find out how to harden your network in all directions. We'll talk about firewalls and how to fine-tune them correctly. You'll manage IDS and IPS and understand what they can tell us. You'll also learn how to track hackers in the cyberspace, harden every host in the network, and find network spies.
Next, we cover how to harden your websites and web applications: what steps you should take to avoid SQL injection, XSS scripts, session hijacking, and more.
We'll show you how to protect yourself and your employees against hackers and their psychological manipulations, and phishing and spear-phishing.
Style and Approach
This 90% practical course with detailed explanations and how-to explanations demonstrating every technique is a comprehensive guide that teaches you how to secure and defend your network from attacks.