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Securium Cyber Risk Assessment Program – S|CRAP

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The SCRAP or Securium Cyber Risk Assessment Program gives you a wide coverage of main ideas and techniques from Networks, Linux, Risk Assessment, and more. Practical labs and assignment work bring these ideas to life with our experienced instructors and assistants to supervise you on the path. Equip your career with this commended expert-level program in cyber security with securium solutions and the team. Our expert program in cyber security is the leading risk assessment program in the infosec domain.

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INSTRUCTOR:

SAM NIVETHAN V J
Security Analyst and Infosec Trainer Expert in Risk Management and a Active Security researcher fond of Enlightening others about the Importance of Security and its need in Digital Space. Over his Experience he Taught more 200+ Batches all around the Globe.

INSTRUCTOR:

AAKASH THAKUR
Offensive Security Certified Trainer and Risk Assessment specialist in Securium Solutions plays important role in Educating others about the Risk associated with the Digital World. Expertise in Forensics, R&D helps Corporates and Students to gain more n more from his Trainings.

SCRAP Course Description

Cyber Threats have transformed the world completely. Organizations around the world are leveraging cyber Security to avoid repetitive risks and improve customer Security. Cyber Risk Assessment professionals are taking on the world by risk assessment and are continuously building security comparable to Human Security Force. Artificial Intelligence and Cyber Security are the highest-paying jobs in the world.

As per a recent estimate, more than 75% of companies will use Cyber Security in one way or the other to build and secure their products and services. These companies are looking for people who are skilled in Risk Assessment and Threat management. Unfortunately, the industry is facing an acute shortage of highly skilled people to fill the void.

Fortunately, Securium decided to be a part of the solution and has launched its S|CRAP program in Cyber Security so that people can take advantage of our training and avail of our Cyber Risk assessment certificate online. You will start learning from Fundamentals of cyber security, Network fundamentals to Advance Penetration testing techniques, and gaining industry demand skills to ensure security.

Our SCRAP Training Program helps candidates in executing the skills at the professional level with execution, configuration, troubleshooting, and networking. You will gain a lot of hands-on techniques in resolving any kind of security issues and other security-related problems.

You can advance your career in the field of information security with the help of the securium cyber risk assessment program (SCRAP). So, if you are interested in security, consider SCRAP training.
This securium cyber risk assessment program has been designed by business professionals who have a complete understanding of the industry's latest needs and requirements so that you can be job-ready and have a high chance of getting better opportunities.
After completing your securium cyber risk assessment program, your chances of obtaining a better package and opportunities increase significantly.
This securium cyber risk assessment program assists you in better understanding the various cyber risks and vulnerabilities that can exploit an IT infrastructure.

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    SCRAP Exam Information

    Below are the exam details that you must know about while pursuing the SCRAP. Take a look:

    • Number of Questions: 100
    • Test Duration: 3 Hours
    • Passing Percentage: 75% in MCQ & 75% in Practical Challenges
    • Test Format: 85 Multiple Choice & 15 Practical Challenges
    • Exam language availability: English

    SCRAP Training Objectives

    Successful completion of the certification training empowers you with across the board understanding of:

    • In depth understanding of the key technologies.
    • Understanding of Security Issues.
    • Planning and Deriving the needs.
    • Practice problem analysis and decision-making.
    • Hands-on experience with real time scenario.
    • To gain Stronger Fundamentals of Linux.
    • To gain Stronger Fundamentals of Networking.
    • To gain Stronger Fundamentals of Red Hat Enterprise Linux, Users and Groups.
    • To Enhance Security Skills.
    • To Gain knowledge on Penetration Testing Activities.
    • Enumeration of Various Services.
    • Analysis of Various Vulnerabilities.
    • Understanding of various attack vectors.
    • Various cloud specific attack vectors.
    • Fundamentals of Cryptography.

    SCRAP Course Content

    S|CRAP Certification Course can help you gain through understanding & approach to be taken to manage IT infrastructure security. Risk assessment Measures to be taken against the network, Web Application, IoT, Cloud Infrastructure, Mobile Devices, Wireless Networks, and Basic Enumeration and Information Gathering.

    • What is Cybersecurity?
    • The Importance of Cybersecurity
    • Network
    • Types of networks
    • Topology
    • OSI Model
    • TCP/IP Model
    • IPv4
    • Subnetting
    • IPv6
    Getting Started with Linux
    • What is Linux?
    • What is Open-Source Software?
    • Linux Vendors
    • What is Linux Kernel?
    • What is Shell?
    Accessing the Command Line
    • Accessing the Command Line
    • Accessing the Command Line Using the Desktop
    Managing Files from the Command Line
    • Describing Linux File System Hierarchy Concepts
    • Specifying Files by Name
    • Managing Files Using Command-line Tools
    • Making Links Between Files
    • Matching File Names with Shell Expansions
    Getting Help in Red Hat Enterprise Linux
    • Reading Manual Pages
    • Reading Info Documentation
    Creating, Viewing, and Editing Text Files
    • Redirecting Output to a File or Program
    • Editing Text Files from the Shell Prompt
    • Changing the Shell Environment
    Managing Local Users and Groups
    • Describing User and Group Concepts
    • Gaining Superuser Access
    • Managing Local User Accounts
    • Managing Local Group Accounts
    • Managing User Passwords
    Controlling Access to Files
    • Interpreting Linux File System Permissions
    • Managing File System Permissions from the Command Line
    • Managing Default Permissions and File Access
    Configuring and Securing SSH
    • Accessing the Remote Command Line with SSH
    • Configuring SSH Key-based Authentication
    • Customizing OpenSSH Service Configuration
    Managing Networking
    • Describing Networking Concepts
    • Validating Network Configuration
    • Configuring Networking from the Command Line
    • Editing Network Configuration Files
    • Configuring Host Names and Name Resolution
    Archiving and Transferring Files
    • Managing Compressed tar Archives
    • Transferring Files Between Systems Securely
    • Synchronizing Files Between Systems Securely
    • Introduction to Ethical hacking
    • Basic Terms
    • Elements of Security
    • Phases of Hacking
    • Types of Hackers
    • Types of attack
    • Scope in Ethical hacking
    • Information Security Controls
    • Défense-in-Depth
    • Vulnerability Assessment
    • Penetration testing concepts and phases
    • Information security standards
    • Introduction to Compliance [PCI-DSS, HIPAA, ISO]
    • Introduction to footprinting
    • Footprinting through search engines
    • Types of footprinting
    • Advanced Google hacking techniques
    • Google Hacking database
    • Footprinting domain and subdomains
    • People search
    • Passive Network footprinting
    • Mirroring a website
    • Monitoring website for tracking changes
    • Email footprinting
    • DNS, its types, and footprinting
    • Footprinting tools
    • Introduction and types of Scanning
    • Banner Grabbing
    • Nmap and various types of scanning
    • ICMP scanning
    • Ping sweep
    • ICMP echo scanning
    • TCP connect / full-open scan
    • Stealth Scan / half-open scan
    • Inverse TCP flag scanning
    • Xmas scan
    • ACK flag probe scanning
    • IDLE/IPID header Ssan
    • UDP scanning
    • Detecting and Evading Firewalls
    • Network discovery and mapping
    • Discovering networks from mobile device
    • What is enumeration?
    • Introduction to Ports and services
    • Common ports and services
    • Enumerating services
    • SNMP enumeration
    • NetBIOS enumeration
    • LDAP enumeration
    • NTP enumeration
    • SMTP enumeration
    • FTP enumeration
    • DNS enumeration
    • Vulnerability Assessment Concepts
    • Vulnerability Assessment tools
    • Common Vulnerability Scoring System [CVSS]
    • Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures [CVE]
    • National Vulnerability Database [NVD]
    • Analysing a Vulnerability Assessment Report
    • Online and offline Password attacks
    • LM & NTLM
    • Cracking hashes
    • Password recovery tools
    • Keyloggers
    • Trojans
    • Rootkits
    • Steganography
    • Privilege Escalation
    • Introduction to malware
    • Introduction to viruses and worms
    • Different types of viruses
    • Virus making
    • Create Payload
    • Network sniffing
    • Sniffing tools
    • MITM attacks
    • Lawful Interception
    • DHCP attacks
    • MAC flooding
    • MAC Spoofing
    • ARP poisoning
    • DNS poisoning
    • Wireshark
    • Filters of Wireshark
    • Detection of Sniffing over a network
    • Social Engineering Concepts
    • What is social engineering?
    • Phases of a social engineering attack
    • Social Engineering Techniques
    • Types of social engineering
    • Human-based social engineering
    • Computer-based social engineering
    • Mobile-based social engineering
    • Insider Threats
    • Impersonation on Social Networking Sites
    • Social engineering through impersonation on social networking sites
    • Social networking threats to corporate networks
    • Identity Theft
    • Social engineering countermeasures
    • Insider threats countermeasures
    • Identity theft countermeasures
    • Detect phishing emails
    • Anti-phishing toolbar
    • DoS/DDoS Concepts
    • What is a Denial-of-Service attack?
    • What is distributed Denial-of-Service attack?
    • DoS/DDoS Attack Techniques
    • Basic categories of DoS/DDoS attack vectors
    • UDP, ICMP, and SYN flood attack
    • Ping of death and smurf attack
    • Fragmentation attack
    • HTTP GET/POST and slow loris attacks
    • Peer-to-peer attacks
    • Permanent Denial-of-Service attack
    • Distributed reflection Denial-of-Service (DRDoS)
    • Botnets
    • Organized cybercrime
    • Botnet ecosystem
    • Botnet Trojans
    • DDoS Case Study
    • Use of mobile devices as botnets for launching DDoS attacks
    • DDoS Case Study: Dyn DDoS Attack
    • Countermeasures
    • Detection techniques
    • DoS/DDoS countermeasure strategies
    • Introduction to honeypots
    • Installing a honeypot
    • Configuring honeypot
    • Analysing logs for attack detection in honeypots
    • Introduction to web server and applications
    • Web Application threats
    • HTTP headers
    • Web Applicable hacking methodology
    • Web application attacks
    • Introduction to OWASP Top 10
    • Encoding
    • SQL
    • CSRF
    • XSS
    • Directory traversal
    • Command injection
    • Logical flaws
    • Fuzzing
    • Session stealing
    • Web server architecture
    • Brute Force attacks
    • Server misconfiguration
    • Patch management and hotfixes
    • Wireless concepts
    • Wireless terminology
    • Wireless encryption
    • WEP vs WPA
    • WEP vulnerabilities
    • Attacking Access points
    • Rogue AP attacks
    • MAC spoofing
    • WPA2 attacks
    • Wi-Fi sniffing
    • Wireless auditing tools
    • Mobile platform attack vectors
    • Mobile platform vulnerabilities
    • Introduction to OWASP top 10 mobile risks
    • SMSH’ing attacks
    • Mobile malware
    • Rooting Android devices
    • Android hacking tools
    • Mobile Device management
    ▪ What is IoT?
    ▪ How does IoT work?
    ▪ IoT architecture
    ▪ IoT application areas and devices
    ▪ IoT technologies and protocols
    ▪ IoT communication models
    ▪ Challenges of IoT
    ▪ Threat vs opportunity
    ▪ IoT Attacks
    ▪ IoT security problems
    ▪ OWASP top 10 IoT vulnerabilities and obstacles
    ▪ IoT attacks surface areas
    ▪ IoT threats
    ▪ Hacking IoT devices
    ▪ How to defend against IoT hacking
    ▪ General guidelines for IoT device manufacturing companies
    ▪ OWASP Top 10 IoT vulnerabilities solutions
    ▪ IoT framework security considerations
    ▪ IoT security tools
    ▪ Cloud Computing Concepts
    ▪ Introduction to cloud computing
    ▪ Separation of responsibilities in the cloud
    ▪ Cloud deployment models
    ▪ NIST cloud deployment reference architecture
    ▪ Cloud computing benefits
    ▪ Virtualization
    ▪ Cloud Computing Threats
    ▪ Cloud Computing Attacks
    ▪ Cryptography Concepts
    ▪ Cryptography
    ▪ Types of cryptography
    ▪ Government Access to Keys (GAK)
    ▪ Encryption Algorithms
    ▪ Ciphers
    ▪ Data Encryption Standard (DES)
    ▪ Advanced Encryption Standard (AES)
    ▪ RC4, RC5, and RC6 algorithms
    ▪ Twofish
    ▪ The DSA and related signature schemes
    ▪ Rivest Shamir Adleman (RSA)
    ▪ Diffie-Hellman
    ▪ Message digest (One-Way Hash) functions
    ▪ Cryptography Tools
    ▪ MD5 hash calculators
    ▪ Hash calculators for mobile
    ▪ Cryptography tools
    ▪ Cryptography tools for mobile
    ▪ Public Key Infrastructure (PKI)
    ▪ Pretty Good Privacy (PGP)
    ▪ SSL/TLS
    ▪ Disk encryption
    ▪ Disk encryption tools
    ▪ Cryptography attacks
    ▪ Cryptanalysis tools
    ▪ Online MD5 decryption tools

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