CyberTraining 365 is an all-encompassing, cybersecurity, e-learning platform with dozens of courses for certification prep as well as keeping up with current trends in the field. Recently, many courses on CyberTraining 365 have been recognized by the National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education (NICE) and the National Initiative for Cybersecurity Careers and Studies (NICC) as an approved provider of cybersecurity education. The NICC functions (Situational Awareness, Information Sharing and Collaboration, Assessment and Analysis, Decision Support and Future Operations) are all key elements in effective cybersecurity efforts, which is just one reason why we are proud to have their endorsement on a variety of courses.
A+ certification by CompTIA is a crucial first step in IT success. Validating understanding of the most common hardware and software technologies and certifying the skills necessary to support complex IT infrastructures make CompTIA’s A+ certification a powerful credential helping IT professionals- world wide- ignite their IT career. A+
This course teaches the ethical hacking tools and techniques needed to enhance your network’s defenses. This interactive, lab-filled environment will cover how perimeter defenses work by teaching you how to scan and attack your own network (without harming the network) and how intruders operate the steps to secure a system. If you’re concerned about the integrity of your network’s infrastructure, or interested in a career in cybersecurity, this course explores common ethical hacking topics and helps the student gain practical experience with current and essential security systems. CEH
This CSAT certification prep teaches information security professionals to conduct realistic penetration tests via the Licensed Penetration Tester (LPT) methodology. This program is designed to teach information security professionals the advanced uses of the available methodologies, tools and techniques expected from a premier ethical hacking training and are required to perform comprehensive information security pen tests. Students will learn how to design, secure and test networks to protect organizations from the threats hackers and crackers pose. CSAT
CHFI certification prep teaches individuals in the specific security discipline of computer forensics from a vendor-neutral perspective. Fortifying the application knowledge of law enforcement personnel, system administrators, security officers, defense and military personnel, legal professionals, bankers, security professionals and anyone who is concerned about the integrity of the network infrastructure, this certification is relevant to a vast array of people in varying careers. The course covers major forensic investigation scenarios enabling the student to acquire hands-on experience on various forensic investigation techniques and standard tools necessary to successfully carry out a computer forensic investigation. CHFI
This course covers the dissection of nation to state sponsored cybersecurity attacks. Students learn techniques to dynamically instrument binaries during execution with PinTool, how to create Immunity Debugger plugins to hook malicious API’s and change their understanding and practice how to dissect the most sophisticated APT in our era. CSAPTD
This course teaches how to analyze malware by using tools for Dynamic and Static analysis. Through the course, students learn how to use IDA Pro Disassembler and Immunity Debugger, how to intercept process injection, add network detection, dump process from memory and reconstruct them in run in a sandbox for analysis, disable Anti-VM or Anti-Debugger techniques used by malware, prepare your findings report and the reverse engineering process dissecting. CSMSD
The Source Code Defender course teaches extremely useful skills in how to identify, verify, remediate and report vulnerabilities found in computer systems by scanning the source code in an automated and educated way. It also breaks down how to find vulnerabilities in the source code manually or by using one of the greatest fuzzers available. CSSCD
Using Virustotal Intelligence, this course teaches students how to hunt for malware, decompile VBA macros with Didier Steven tools to identify C&C Servers, how to cluster similar samples by running retrohunt, ssdeep or vthash scans and introduces the Viper framework to help correlate and document the full attack flow. It also walks students through techniques to identify the threat actors behind an attack and how to track their future movements as well as how to take down the domain. CSTIR
Identify, verify, exploit, remediate and report OWASP, web-based vulnerabilities in the Web Application Defender course. Students also learn how to use the Dradis Framework to document findings as they arise. It also covers brute-force login forms, cracking authentication passwords, dumping databases remotely, injecting MySQL logs to get remote shell and allows students access to the best scanners in the market. CSWAD
From CompTIA comes Network+, a vendor neutral networking certification which is in high demand worldwide. Earning the Network+ certification validates the essential knowledge and skills needed to confidently design, configure, manage and troubleshoot any wired and wireless networks providing proof of knowledge, skills and ability to manage, maintain, troubleshoot, install, operate and configure a basic network infrastructure. Network+
CompTIA’s globally trusted Security+ certification validates foundational, vendor-neutral IT security knowledge and skills as a benchmark for best practices in IT security. This certification covers the essential principles for network security and risk management. Security+
We, at CyberTraining 365, are proud to have NICC’s endorsement, but are also excited for the ability to share a wide array of extensive knowledge about this industry with important skills, tools and knowledge. There is such a small amount of confident cybersecurity professionals who know how to keep networks and organizations safe from potential threats with programs that cover before, during and after attacks. With reports of more and more high profile accounts of hackers getting the best of organizations, it’s a better time than ever to get involved in this fast-paced industry.