• Online, Instructor-Led
  • Classroom
Course Description

Most IT professionals are aware of the importance their jobs play in securing an organization, but many are not adequately trained in this important function and may not know where to begin. This hands-on course gives a jumpstart into the analysis of network intrusions, compromised hosts, and malware.
Students will learn what common attacks look like, how to track and analyze malicious activity, and what
mitigation steps should be taken

Learning Objectives

Successful completion of this course will enable students to:

  • Profile/baseline the hosts, services, and activity in a computer network
  • Perform user-level attribution of unwanted activity in a network
  • Compare observed network traffic to expected topology
  • Identify and observe the core components of an operating system
  • Conduct basic behavioral analysis of malware on a running Windows system

Framework Connections