CSX Practitioner III: Respond and Recover Training is the final course in the CSX practitioner series, and it inspects both the Respond and Recover domains. This program teaches you about applying professional methodologies to recover and to respond to network disasters. You will learn to protect assets and infrastructure and the components and methods for a detailed incident response plan. The Recover domain part contains the knowledge that will help you master the basic techniques, concepts, and tools required to recuperate a network or system. You will also understand how to deploy continuity and contingency plans. This course is also developed by using global cybersecurity and input from several industry experts.
CSX Practitioner III: Respond and Recover Training covers different topics, including correct isolation response documentation while ensuring system posture awareness and network propagation, how to maintain and document information regarding IR. It also teaches you to implement continuity plans per corporate policies.
The CSX Practitioner III: Respond and Recover Training is designed for Security Systems Administrators, Security Architects, Forensic Computer Analysts, Information Security Analysts, IT Security Engineers, Penetration Testers and IT Security Consultants. However, professionals who want to upgrade their skills in CSX can seek for this training.
Yes, it is required because ISACA’s CSX certification levels are structured as the pathway to become a globally recognized cybersecurity professional with proficiency in all the interconnected domains.
Yes, we have the world-class facilities and highly experienced ISACA certified CSX trainers to conduct virtual CSX certification training for a group.
As being the leading accredited training partner of ISACA, we cover the maximum relevant topics. In addition, the CSX Practitioner III: Respond and Recover training includes lab exercises also like removing Trojan , Comprehensive Assessment, Data Backup & Recovery, Recovering Data & Data Integrity Checks etc that help you detect network incidents and disasters in cybersecurity domain.
Hotfix is a cumulative package including all the updated information used to address an identified problem in a network or software.
No, it is not necessary. The CSX certifications of level 1 and level 2 provide all the basic knowledge to help you grasp all the learning at CSX Practitioner III: Respond and Recover training. Still, 1 or 2 years’ experience of working in IT security domain gives you additional support to simplify the task.