New Training: Supporting Secure Operations and Incident Response
In this 16-video, entry-level training, CBT Nuggets trainer Bob Salmans covers the knowledge security technicians need to take positive control of your organization’s threat life cycle and ensure fast, effective identification and responses to incidents.
If you’re in America, you’re probably familiar with the National 911 Program — a single phone number that can be called from any phone to be connected to emergency services like police, fire or health. Before 1968, you had to know the 10-digit phone number for the right department. It’s now hard to imagine a world without 911.
Supporting Secure Operations and Incident Response training is like a mini-911 for your own organization’s systems and networks. With this training, you learn how to keep your networks secure, but maybe most importantly, how to respond and keep everyone on the same page when something does go wrong.
The three-part series covers topics such as providing endpoint detection and response capabilities, evaluating existing incident response plans and updating as necessary, and identifying stakeholders who’ll need updates throughout incident response processes.
Watch a video from the series:
The skills that comprise this series include:
Topics this training covers include:
Credential Attacks Pt.2
Identifying an Incident
Credential Attacks Pt.1
Network Assessment Tools Pt.1
This training includes:
2 hour of training