Security Plus 101 (SECPLUS101) SY0-601
This is a closed class. It requires a contract. On-site for 22 people.
Days: 5 Days Labs: Yes –Local Cyber Range
Type of Course: Advanced Security / Technical
Prerequisite skills: 2 years networking
About this course:
Master the core knowledge required to earn in-demand cybersecurity jobs.
The experiential labs included in this course provide first-hand training to build the skills required to assess and manage security risk, and monitor and secure hybrid environments.
Goals: Become excellent in basic cyber security tasks and pass exam.
Module 1: Attacks, Threats, and Vulnerabilities
Module 2: Architecture and Design
Module 3: Implementation
Module 4: Operations and Incident Response
Module 5: Governance, Risk, and Compliance
- Identifying and assessing security threats, attacks, and vulnerabilities (e.g., malware, application and network attacks, and vectors)
- Recognizing the importance of architecture and design (e.g., security concepts in an enterprise environment, virtualization, and cloud computing concepts)
- Implementing security solutions based on real-world scenarios (e.g., secure protocols, host or application solutions, secure network design, wireless and mobile solutions)
- Applying cybersecurity solutions to the cloud and utilizing Threat Intelligence Testing
- Implementing identity and account management controls, authenticating and authorizing solutions, and public key infrastructure
- Choosing appropriate operations and incident responses (e.g., policies, processes, procedures, and data sources to support investigations)
- Applying mitigation techniques and understanding key aspects of digital forensics
- Governance, risk, and compliance (e.g., risk management, privacy and sensitive data concepts)
Methods of instruction: There are 8 different possible exercises that can be used in a module. Some examples include: threats and controls, case studies, risk analysis practice, and reading review. Technical labs will require basic skills in operating systems and virtualization. As soon as students become too comfortable, the instructor will switch methods.