CSX Practitioner II: Detection Training educates individuals about the basic methods, concepts, and tools used to leverage cybersecurity controls and enhance their ability to detect system events and non-events incidents. This technical course inspects the detect domain and guides individuals to develop the skills to fulfill the purpose of a first responder, following existing procedures, defined processes, and dealing with everyday issues on a single system.
CSX Practitioner II: Detection Training is the second step on the road of becoming a CSX expert. It aims to help professionals to identify unauthorized malicious activities before they damage the organization. This training is more comprehensive and faster than any other traditional training, and you learn different techniques to improve yourself as a CSX practitioner.
CSX Practitioner II: Detection Training teaches you essential skills to detect potential security threats quickly. It makes you better at analyzing network output, analyzing attacks, escalating incidents, and detecting malware.
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This training is intended for all those individuals who are functioning in cyber security domain at any level. Professionals who have deep interest in technical aspects such as threat detection must necessitate CSX Practitioner II: Detection Training.
Additionally, this advanced level certification exam is beneficial for Security Systems Administrators, IT Security Consultants, Penetration Testers, Computer Analysts and Security Architects.
1) IDS Traffic Analysis vs. Packet Analysis
2) Behavior Designation
3) Compromise Identifiers and False Positive Differentiation
4) Compromise Escalation
5) Malicious Code Differentiation
6) Anti-Virus Deployments
7) Anti-Virus Monitoring and Malicious Code Identification
8) Malicious Code Remediation
9) Incident Identification
10) Initial Incident Identifiers
11) Incident Event Collection
12) Identifying Established Baselines
13) Event Characteristic Capture
14) Attack Intent Assessment
15) System Exposure Analysis and Change Identification
16) Attack Timeline Construction
17) Attack Documentation
18) Event Escalation
19) Support Role Designation and Action
20) Incident Response Report Generation