Implementing Cisco Cybersecurity Operations (SECOPS 210-255)



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Implementing Cisco Cybersecurity Operations (SECOPS 210-255)


About This Course

Implementing Cisco Cybersecurity Operations (SECOPS) v1.0 certification training allows the professionals to learn how SOC or Security Operations Center works and introductory knowledge and expertise required in this domain.

Professionals get to learn and develop core expertise required in grasping associate level coursework in the 210-255 SECOPS exam and which when combined with the 210-250 SECFND exam drives you to CCNA Cyber Ops certification.

Implementing Cisco Cybersecurity Operations (SECOPS) v1.0 certification program focuses on introductory level knowledge and expertise required for a Security Operations Center (SOC) analyst at associate level. The course helps you understand and identify basic threat analysis, malicious activity identification, event correlation and teaches you to use playbook for the purpose of incident response.


Who Should Attend This Course

Implementing Cisco Cybersecurity Operations (SECOPS) v1.0 certification program is apt for SOC security analysts, computer network defense support professionals, network defense experts/analysts, SOC personnel and future incident response experts.

The course is also apt for professionals and students who wish to kick-start a career in the field of cybersecurity. It is a perfect pick me up for IT professionals looking to understand and learn more about Cisco channel partners and cybersecurity operations.


Why This Course

CISCO SYSTEMS INC., is undoubtedly an industry leader in the networking landscape. Cisco powers a number of service providers from small to big scale organizations including corporations, educational institutions and federal agencies. A whopping 85% of the planet’s Internet traffic travels across Cisco’s systems. This triggers a huge demand for Cisco certified professionals to serve the growing IT domain and having a Cisco certification is sure to make you stand out from the crowd.

  • Prepares you for 210-255 SECOPS exam
  • Define SOC and various job roles in this domain
  • Understand various SOC systems and infrastructure tools
  • Understand and learn incident analysis fundamentals for threat oriented SOC
  • Explore resources for assisting with investigation
  • Explain event correlation
  • Describe attack vectors
  • Identify various malicious activities
  • Learn about playbook concepts
  • Explain and describe incident response
  • Define SOC metrics and types
  • Understand SOC automation and workflow management

Course Objectives
  • Prepares you for 210-255 SECOPS exam
  • Define SOC
  • Understand SOC systems
  • Understand incident analysis fundamentals
  • Event correlation
  • Attack vectors
  • Identify malicious activities
  • Learn playbook concepts
  • Describe incident response
  • Define SOC metrics
  • SOC workflow management

Course Prerequisites

It is recommended for professionals to possess skills and knowledge equivalent to Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices (ICND1). Professionals should even have basic understanding of Cisco IOS networking and Windows OS. Plus, Understanding Cisco Cybersecurity Fundamentals (SECFND) is a bonus.


Course Benefits


After successful completion of the course, you can:

  • Prepares you for 210-255 SECOPS exam
  • Define SOC and various job roles in this domain
  • Understand various SOC systems and infrastructure tools
  • Understand and learn incident analysis fundamentals for threat oriented SOC
  • Explore resources for assisting with investigation
  • Explain event correlation
  • Describe attack vectors
  • Identify various malicious activities
  • Learn about playbook concepts
  • Explain and describe incident response
  • Define SOC metrics and types
  • Understand SOC automation and workflow management

Curriculum


Endpoint Threat Analysis and Computer Forensics

Overview

This section gives the information about Cisco Cybersecurity Operations exam. It also focuses on introductory-level skills of basic threat analysis, event correlation, identifying malicious activities and using a playbook for incident response.

Read Analysis Reports

This section discusses traditional malware detection and mitigation and the analyzing of reports. It shows using Cisco’s AMP ThreatGRID suite to gather information and generate reports for analysis.

Describe CVSS 3.0

This section introduces to the CVSS 3.0 scoring system. It describe what is CVSS and reasons for its development, how it is maintained, and its metrics. It also explores how to calculate a Base score, looking at Exploitability Metrics like Attack Vector(AV) and Attack Complexity(AC).

Understand Windows File Systems

This section discusses the importance of filesystems when it comes to computer security. It dives into filesystems supported by the Windows Operating System, which includes: File Allocation Table(FAT) and New Technology File System(NTFS), as well as how we handle them in a forensically sound way.

Understand Linux File Systems

This section discusses the importance of filesystems when it comes to computer security.It dives into filesystems supported by the Linux Operating System, such as EXT3, EXT4, ReiserFS, Journaling, MBR, Swap files, HFS, and UEFI vs BIOS.

Identify Forensic Evidence

This section explores how to identify, handle, and process digital forensic evidence. It also defines the terms like “Computer Forensics”, “Chain of Custody”, and “Order of Volatility”.

Network Intrusion Analysis

Interpret Basic Regular Expressions

This section explore interpreting basic Regular Expressions, aka RegEx. It explains common RegEx functions and operators. It shows how to use RegEx to filter configuration output in a Cisco router.

Describe Protocol Headers

This section explores ethernet headers and their importance as a security vector. It describes the different sections of the header, Layer 2’s lack of security measures, and types of common Layer 2 attacks such as DHCP Starvation, ARP Spoofing, and CAM Table Exhaustion.

Describe ICMP Intrusion

This section describes the use and importance of ICMP from a security standpoint. It defines what ICMP is and how it works. It covers the header information associated with ICMP, analyses a packet capture of a ping sweep, and talks about the ICMP types. It also explore attacks like Firewalking, OS Fingerprinting, and ICMP Route Redirects.

Describe HTTP Headers

This section describe HTTP Headers, HTTP Basics Review, GET, POST, HTTP Methods, HEAD, PUT, DELETE, TRACE, OPTIONS, CONNECT, content-type, user agent, referer field, Cookies, Cookie Components, Double Encoding, and common character used in web attacks.

Identify Netflow v5 Records

This section discusses what is NetFlow, identify the elements from a NetFlow v5 record security event, IP-5 Tuple information, NetFlow v5 fields, and what is a Flow Record. It also covers what is a Flow Exporter, what is a Flow Monitor, how we should want to cache the information, and what is Stealth Watch.

Examine Intrusion Events

This section explains common artifact elements from an event to identify an alert, identify key elements in an in intrusion from a given PCAP file, extract files from a TCP stream when given a PCAP file from Wireshark, and explains Wireshark File extract objects

Intrusion Event Technologies

This section covers intrusion event technologies, map the provided events to source technologies, explains DHCP Server/Exhaustion, DNS Server, NetFlow, StealthWatch, FMC (Cisco Firepower Management Center), and Statistical Data-Session Data.

Intrusion Impact Analysis

This section discusses Intrusion Impact Analysis. It compare contrast impact/no-impact for False Positive-False Negative-True Positive-True Negative, and defines Heuristics. It also explains what is Firepower Management Center (FMC).

Incident Response

Incident Response Elements

This section discusses incidence response plans. It describes what they are and its elements that should be included in them according to NIST.SP800-61 r2. It also explains how to identify the stake holders that belong in each analysis category.

Describe CSIRT Goals

This section describes CSIRT and the goals of CSIRT. It talks the 6 goals when given a CSIRT.

Identify Cybersec Elements and Frameworks

This section talks about how to identify server profiling elements and link data types to 3 compliance frameworks i.e. PCI, HIPPA and SOX. At the end it also identifies the elements  that must be protected according to PCI-DSS.

Data and Event Analysis

Describe Data Normalization

This section discusses the process of data normalization and its importance. It also discusses making data values into universal format for data analysis.

Describe 5 Tuple Correlation

This section describes what are 5 tuple, as well as how they correlate in events. It also show how the 5-tuple can help to isolate and identify a compromised host in logs.

FirePower Management Console

This section looks at a threat analysis report and show how to identify a possible compromised host. It shows indicators of compromise and how to drilldown to find information.

Compare and Contrast Analysis Methods

This section compares and contrast deterministic and probabilistic analysis methods to help with Data and events analysis.

Incident Handling

Classify and Categorize Intrusions

This section describes the use of the Diamond Model of Intrusion and how it helps us to handle events. It also shows how the Kill Chain and Diamond Model work together for a complete security intelligence model.

Apply NIST.SP800-61 r2 To Events

This section looks at NIST.SP800-61 r2 incident handling process to an incident event. It explains the process and shows recommended process for incident handling.

NIST SP800-86 Evidence Handling

This section describes Evidence Handling as documented in NIST SP800-86. It explore it’s importance and key in forensics.

Apply VERIS Schema Categories

This section shows how to apply VERIS schema categories to incident handling events.

Schedule & Fees


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Course FAQ


Why Tech-Act for Implementing Cisco Cybersecurity Operations (SECOPS) v1.0?

Tech-Act makes sure to have the best and industry experienced trainers onboard, who are certified to do the job. In addition, Tech-Act is a recognized learning center for CompTIA, EC Council and others. It is also a Pearson Vue authorized learning center. Eureka! Tech-Act lets you choose the pace of your certification training.

What are the key benefits of Implementing Cisco Cybersecurity Operations (SECOPS) v1.0?

Implementing Cisco Cybersecurity Operations (SECOPS) v1.0 is a vendor-neutral certification course and helps you:

  • Prepares you for 210-255 SECOPS exam
  • Define SOC and various job roles in this domain
  • Understand various SOC systems and infrastructure tools
  • Understand and learn incident analysis fundamentals for threat oriented SOC
  • Explore resources for assisting with investigation
  • Explain event correlation
  • Describe attack vectors
  • Identify various malicious activities
  • Learn about playbook concepts
  • Explain and describe incident response
  • Define SOC metrics and types
  • Understand SOC automation and workflow management

Do you have certified trainers?

Yes, trainers at Tech-Act are certified and possess relevant industry experience to do the job.

What is the eligibility criteria to enroll for Implementing Cisco Cybersecurity Operations (SECOPS) v1.0?

Implementing Cisco Cybersecurity Operations (SECOPS) v1.0 certification program is apt for SOC security analysts, computer network defense support professionals, network defense experts/analysts, SOC personnel and future incident response experts.

The course is also apt for professionals and students who wish to kick-start a career in the field of cybersecurity. It is a perfect pick me up for IT professionals looking to understand and learn more about Cisco channel partners and cybersecurity operations.

Networking Devices (ICND1). Professionals should even have basic understanding of Cisco IOS networking and Windows OS. Plus, Understanding Cisco Cybersecurity Fundamentals (SECFND) is a bonus.

 

 

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