In this lecture only course, you will learn what cyber is and gain an understanding of Computer Network Attack (CNA) and Computer Network Exploitation (CNE), which are derived from several public unclassified DoD documents, manuals, and directives. You will examine parallels between the cyber and kinetic counterparts and learn strategic uses, including when to deploy CNA and CNE operations. You will discover the limitations and legal considerations of CNA and CNE operations, and you’ll walk through various attack scenarios to determine your proper course of action
Cyber, CNA, and CNE CNA and CNE deployment assets within a strategic context in support of obtaining a kinetic goal Historic attacks and new cyber warfare models that can be applied to a state—sponsored attack Information assurance and defensive measures Defense—in—Depth and real—life examples of how to apply it to computer network defense Why information assurance for a computer environment is critical to defending the network from nefarious attacks Defense tools
The materials within this course focus on the Knowledge Skills and Abilities (KSAs) identified within the Specialty Areas listed below. Click to view Specialty Area details within the interactive National Cybersecurity Workforce Framework.