This course concentrates on providing cyber security specialists from various disciplines a baseline understanding across the major areas of cyber operations (network operations, defense, exploitation and attack) and planning. It will cover unclassified capabilities and techniques, tactics and procedures for effectively planning and operating in each of these areas.
This course will also familiarize students with pertinent cyber laws and policies governing Private, DoD and Federal Agencies. This course will conclude with a one day cyber exercise in a virtual environment in which students will employ offensive and defensive cyberspace capabilities.
Critical Definitions Laws, Policies and Ethics
Ethics (as they apply to cyber) Cyber Doctrine
Service Level Cyber Operations Planning
Joint Operation Planning Process Network Operations
Cloud Computing Cyber Defense
Intrusion Detection and Protection
Assessments and Penetration Testing
Defense in Depth
Exercise: Cyber Defense Tools Cyber Exploitation
Exercise: Exploitation Tools Cyber Attack
Components of a Cyber Attack
Web Server and Application Attacks
Denial of Service
Wireless Network Attacks
Exercise: Cyber Attack Tools Capstone Exercise
Execute Offensive and Defensive Cyber Operations
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.