This course is about the skills in cybersecurity management that are one step removed from actually configuring security devices and software by hand. This is a course about creating cybersecurity programs for your organization that specify how to keep your network safe and what to do when an incident occurs.
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Supporting Secure Operations and Incident Response FAQs: Cost, Training, Value
This course provides a degree of altitude and meta-understanding for any cybersecurity professional, so if you support secure operations, you could benefit from this training. But cybersecurity technicians with a few years of experience who want to move into administrative or managerial positions will benefit the most from the course.
No, this supporting secure operations and incident response training is a short course that isn't focused on helping anyone with any specific exam. This course is more about understanding what goes into creating a security program for a network than it is about answering questions on a cybersecurity certification exam.
After you take this course in supporting secure operations and incident response, you might look into certifications related to security administration. The SSCP from ISC2 covers skills in administering IT infrastructure as well as planning an incident response plan. The CompTIA CASP+ is an advanced cert related to cybersecurity architecture.
The skills you'll gain from this supporting secure operations and incident response training elevate your abilities as a security technician. Before this course, you may know how to implement cybersecurity measures on your network, but after you'll know how to plan a security response plan and support a network's operations.