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Certified Cyber Security Operations Manager

Course Description

Certified Cyber Security Operations Manager

Organizations face ongoing threats to their information technology infrastructure on a daily basis. These security struggles need to be approached with modern techniques, a holistic view of security, and a diverse body of knowledge. With the proper tools and training, managers in the Information Security and Cyber Security fields will be much more capable of finding success within their roles.

The Certified Cyber Security Operations Manager certification course brings Cyber Security core competencies to advanced levels with new concepts and traditional best practices. Using 16 detailed learning objectives, students will be provided with the knowledge and context needed to successfully manage the security of their technical environments. Focusing on the Information Security concerns of today, students will cover topics such as Cloud Security, Threat Intelligence Collection and Analysis, Vulnerability Management, Biometric Security Systems, Incident Response, Securing Systems with Cryptography, and the NICE Cybersecurity Workforce Framework.

Course Outline and Learning Objectives

  • Overview of the NICE Framework
  • NICE Framework Key Terms
  • NICE Framework Categories
  • NICE Framework Specialty Areas and Work Roles
  • Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (KSA’s)
  • Implementing the NICE Framework
  • Password Complexity and Policy
  • Tokens, HOTP, and TOTP Controls
  • Biometric and Geolocation Methods
  • Kerberos, NTLM, LDAPS, and Active Directory
  • SSO, SAML, OAuth, and OpenID Connect
  • Access Control Models
  • Biometric Implementation
  • Fingerprint Recognition Systems
  • Facial Recognition Systems
  • Iris and Retinal Imaging Systems
  • Keystroke Dynamics
  • Voice Recognition Systems
  • Providing Integrity with Hashing
  • Symmetric Encryption Characteristics
  • Asymmetric Encryption Characteristics
  • Email: Using Cryptographic Protocols
  • Public Key Infrastructure: Certificates
  • Cryptography Security Threats
  • Security Architecture Frameworks
  • Reference Security Architecture
  • The Secure Development Life Cycle
  • Architectural Design Documentation
  • Architectural Domains: The Four Pillars
  • Zero Trust Networks
  • Baseline Measuring Objectives
  • Network Sensor Deployment
  • Statistical Monitoring
  • Potential Signs of Compromise
  • Indicator of Compromise Verification
  • Event-Based Alert Monitoring
  • 7 Stages of the Attack Life Cycle
  • Effective Incident Remediation
  • Assigning a Remediation Owner
  • Remediation Posturing Actions
  • Eradication Plan Development
  • Plan Timing and Execution
  • Network Forensics vs. Digital Forensics
  • General Process for Performing Analysis
  • Standard Windows Directory Structure
  • Locating Endpoint Data
  • Live Collection Best Practices
  • Live Response: When Things Go Wrong
  • Understanding Elements of Proof
  • Investigative Interview Strategies
  • Investigative Report Writing
  • Incident Scene Management
  • Evidence Dynamics and Chain of Custody
  • Legal Challenges in Digital Investigations
  • Risk Management: Key Definitions
  • The Key Attributes of Risk
  • Risk Management Program Development
  • Risk Management Frameworks
  • Asset Inventories and Resource Profiles
  • Qualitative and Quantitative Analysis
  • Identifying Vulnerabilities and Misconfigurations
  • Nmap (Network Mapper) and Zenmap
  • Security Content Automation Protocol (SCAP)
  • Vulnerability Program Essentials
  • Prioritizing and Rating Vulnerability Levels
  • Establishing an Efficient Workflow
  • BCP and DRP Key Definitions
  • The Benefits of a Business Impact Analysis
  • Business Impact Analysis Data Collection
  • Selecting a BIA Project Manager
  • Writing a BCP / DRP Testing Strategy
  • The 5 Progressions of BCP / DRP Testing
  • Cyber Adversaries vs. Cyber Defenders
  • Components of the Threat Landscape
  • Understanding the Maneuver Warfare Mindset
  • The Threat Intelligence Cycle
  • Challenges to Cyber Crime Investigations
  • Threat Intelligence Sources
  • Cloud Computing Service Models
  • Public, Private, Community, and Hybrid Cloud
  • Cloud Data Security
  • Data Loss Prevention: Egress Monitoring
  • Cloud Platform Risks
  • Lack of Physical Access and Auditing Ability
  • Seeking Best Options Over Fairness
  • General Contract Structures
  • SLA and Contract Review Process
  • General Contract Review Checklist
  • Provisions of an Enforceable Contract
  • Contract Negotiation Strategies
  • Response Playbook Components
  • Building a Response Playbook
  • Common Playbook Response Scenarios
  • Planning Table-Top Exercises
  • Planning Simulated Attacks
  • Sample Playbook: Unauthorized Access

Certification Examination

Phase2 Advantage Cyber Security Certification Examination

Upon completion of this course, students will be prepared to sit for the Cyber Security Operations Manager certification examination. A proctored examination will be offered at the conclusion of the final training day consisting of True/False, Multiple Choice, and Fill in the Blank questions.

Students will have two hours to complete a computer-based examination consisting of 100 questions. A score of 70% or higher is required to earn the certification. Upon successful completion of the exam, students will receive a hardcopy of their certification and a proctor validation document from the course instructor. Students will also receive a 40-hour CPE Certificate regardless of their exam score.

The examination is “closed book.” However, students will be allowed to use their notes on material presented during the course. For information regarding Exam Certification and CPE Certificate documents, please email info@phase2advantage.com.

Additional Information

LANGUAGE

DURATION

LABS

CPE CREDIT

COURSE FEE

English

5 Days

No

40 CPE Credits

$3,000

Certification Exam and Daily Lunches Included in Course Fee.

The Certified Cyber Security Operations Manager course is a component of the career progression track that supports the required Categories, Specialty Areas and Work Roles as defined by the National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education (NICE) Cybersecurity Workforce Framework.

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