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What is SOC ? / SOC
« on: February 09, 2024, 12:08:45 AM »
A security operations center is responsible for protecting an organization against cyber threats. SOC analysts perform round-the-clock monitoring of an organization’s network and investigate any potential security incidents.

The function of the security operations center (SOC) is to monitor, prevent, detect, investigate, and respond to cyber threats around the clock. SOC teams are charged with monitoring and protecting the organization’s assets including intellectual property, personnel data, business systems, and brand integrity. The SOC team implements the organization’s overall cybersecurity strategy and acts as the central point of collaboration in coordinated efforts to monitor, assess, and defend against cyberattacks.

There are 4 modules in this course

This course gives you the background needed to understand basic Cybersecurity.  You will learn the history of Cybersecurity, types and motives of cyber attacks to further your knowledge of current threats to organizations and individuals.  Key terminology, basic system concepts and tools will be examined as an introduction to the Cybersecurity field.

You will learn about critical thinking and its importance to anyone looking to pursue a career in Cybersecurity.

Finally, you will begin to learn about organizations and resources to further research cybersecurity issues in the Modern era.

This course is intended for anyone who wants to gain a basic understanding of Cybersecurity or as the first course in a series of courses to acquire the skills to work in the Cybersecurity field as a Jr Cybersecurity Analyst.

The completion of this course also makes you eligible to earn the Introduction to Cybersecurity Tools & Cyber Attacks IBM digital badge.  More information about the badge can be found

Launch your career as a cybersecurity analyst. Build job-ready skills for an in-demand career in the field of cybersecurity in as little as 6 months. No prior experience required to get started.

Prepare for a career in Cybersecurity
Receive professional-level training from Microsoft
Demonstrate your proficiency in portfolio-ready projects
Earn an employer-recognized certificate from Microsoft
Qualify for in-demand job titles: Junior Cybersecurity Analyst, Cybersecurity Analyst

Top Cyber Security Certifications / Foundations of Cybersecurity
« on: February 09, 2024, 12:01:26 AM »
Build your Computer Security and Networks expertise

This course is part of the Google Cybersecurity Professional Certificate

When you enroll in this course, you'll also be enrolled in this Professional Certificate.
Learn new concepts from industry experts
Gain a foundational understanding of a subject or tool
Develop job-relevant skills with hands-on projects
Earn a shareable career certificate from Google

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What is Cybersecurity? / Learn All about Cybersecurity
« on: February 03, 2024, 01:00:08 AM »
Cybersecurity is the practice of protecting computer systems, networks, programs, and data from digital attacks, damage, unauthorized access, or other cyber threats. It involves various techniques, technologies, and processes designed to ensure the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of information and resources in the digital realm.

Key aspects of cybersecurity include:

1. **Risk Management**: Identifying, assessing, and prioritizing risks to the organization's information systems and assets.

2. **Access Control**: Implementing measures to control who can access certain resources and data, including authentication (verifying the identity of users) and authorization (determining what actions users are allowed to perform).

3. **Data Protection**: Encrypting sensitive data to prevent unauthorized access or interception, as well as implementing backup and recovery procedures to ensure data availability in case of loss or corruption.

4. **Network Security**: Protecting the organization's network infrastructure from unauthorized access, malware, and other cyber threats through firewalls, intrusion detection/prevention systems, and other security mechanisms.

5. **Endpoint Security**: Securing individual devices such as computers, smartphones, and tablets from malware, unauthorized access, and other threats through antivirus software, endpoint detection and response (EDR) solutions, and device management policies.

6. **Security Awareness Training**: Educating employees and users about cybersecurity best practices, potential threats, and how to recognize and respond to them.

7. **Incident Response**: Developing and implementing plans and procedures to detect, respond to, and recover from cybersecurity incidents such as data breaches, malware infections, and denial-of-service attacks.

8. **Compliance**: Ensuring that the organization complies with relevant laws, regulations, and industry standards related to cybersecurity and data protection.

Cybersecurity is a constantly evolving field due to the ever-changing nature of cyber threats and technologies. Organizations must continuously adapt their cybersecurity strategies and measures to mitigate new risks and vulnerabilities effectively.

Cyber threat intelligence Guides / Re: WHAT IS CYBER THREAT INTELLIGENCE?
« on: February 03, 2024, 12:51:09 AM »
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Cyber threat intelligence Guides / WHAT IS CYBER THREAT INTELLIGENCE?
« on: January 29, 2024, 04:56:43 PM »
What is Threat Intelligence?

Threat intelligence is data that is collected, processed, and analyzed to understand a threat actor’s motives, targets, and attack behaviors. Threat intelligence enables us to make faster, more informed, data-backed security decisions and change their behavior from reactive to proactive in the fight against threat actors.

A Pen Test, as the name suggests, is a test that focuses solely on a web application and not on a whole network or company. Penetration testing for web applications is carried out by initiating simulated attacks, both internally and externally, to get access to sensitive data.

A web penetration testing allows us to determine any security weakness of the entire web application and across its components, including the source code, database, and back-end network). This helps the developer prioritize the pinpointed web app vulnerabilities and threats as well as come up with strategies to mitigate them.

Penetration Testing Guides / Penetration Testing Process
« on: January 29, 2024, 04:51:45 PM »
Penetration testing involves the following five stages:

Plan – start by defining the aim and scope of a test. To better understand the target, you should collect intelligence about how it functions and any possible weaknesses.

Scan – use static or dynamic analysis to scan the network. This informs pentesters how the application responds to various threats.

Gain access – locate vulnerabilities in the target application using pentesting strategies such as cross-site scripting and SQL injection.

Maintain access – check the ability of a cybercriminal to maintain a persistent presence through an exploited vulnerability or to gain deeper access.

Analyse – assess the outcome of the penetration test with a report detailing the exploited vulnerabilities, the sensitive data accessed, and how long it took the system to respond to the pentester’s infiltration.

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