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Diploma in Cyber Security

Fortify Digital Frontiers, Shield Tomorrow: Master the Diploma in Cyber Security.

Instructor: IFIE Education

Language: English

Validity Period: 365 days

₹36000

Step into the realm of digital guardianship with our Diploma in Cyber Security. In an age where data is paramount and threats are ever-evolving, this program is your gateway to becoming a vigilant defender of digital landscapes. Delve into the intricacies of cybersecurity, from ethical hacking to risk management, and equip yourself with the tools to safeguard information in an interconnected world. Join us on a transformative journey where your expertise becomes the shield against cyber threats. Your diploma, your key to fortifying digital frontiers, starts here. It's time to secure not just data, but the future.

Cyber Security is the practice of protecting systems, networks, and programs from digital attacks. These cyber attacks are usually aimed at accessing, changing, or destroying sensitive information; extorting money from users via ransomware; or interrupting normal business processes. Implementing effective cyber security measures is particularly challenging today because there are more devices than people, and attackers are becoming more innovative.

A successful cybersecurity approach has multiple layers of protection spread across the computers, networks, programs, or data that one intends to keep safe. In an organization, the people, processes, and technology must all complement one another to create an effective defence from cyber attacks. A unified threat management system can automate integrations across select Cisco Security products and accelerate key security operations functions: detection, investigation, and remediation.

In today’s connected world, everyone benefits from advanced cyber defence programs. At an individual level, a cybersecurity attack can result in everything from identity theft, to extortion attempts, to the loss of important data like family photos. Everyone relies on critical infrastructure like power plants, hospitals, and financial service companies. Securing these and other organizations is essential to keeping our society functioning.

 

Careers in Cyber Security

 

Key Highlights:

  1. Duration: 6 months
  2. Certified Diploma Program
  3. Comprehensive Training in Cybersecurity
  4. Hands-On Labs and Practical Exercises
  5. Experienced Instructors with Cybersecurity Expertise
  6. Real-World Cyber Threat Scenarios
  7. Certification Exam Preparation
  8. Access to Industry-Standard Cybersecurity Tools and Resources
  9. Career Placement Assistance and Networking Opportunities

 

Benefits of UGC Approved University Certification:

  1. Credibility and Recognition: UGC approval signifies credibility, ensuring the courses meet rigorous quality standards.
  2. Quality Assurance: Rigorous evaluation ensures high-quality education, enhancing student learning experiences.
  3. Government Recognition: Government acknowledgment adds validity to your qualifications, boosting your professional profile. The certification will be valid in State Govt as well as in Central Govt.
  4. Eligibility for Government Jobs: UGC certification opens doors to a wide array of government job opportunities, enhancing career prospects.
  5. Competitive Advantage: Stand out in the competitive job market with a certification recognized and respected nationwide.
  6. Alumni Benefits: Join a network of esteemed alumni, providing valuable connections and mentorship opportunities.
  7. Global Recognition: UGC-approved certifications hold weight internationally, broadening your career horizons globally.

 

Attestation by MOFA, MEA, HRD: Simplify the process of document attestation, making your certification globally valid.

Hassle-free Evaluation by WES, IQAS, ICES, ICAS, etc.: Streamlined evaluation processes facilitate higher education or job opportunities abroad.

 

Why UGC Approved University Certification Matters:

UGC recognition ensures courses meet stringent quality benchmarks, instilling confidence in students and parents alike. Holding a UGC-approved certification not only adds credibility but also enhances job market acceptance, opening diverse career pathways for students. From government job eligibility to hassle-free international evaluations, UGC approval paves the way for a successful, globally recognized career. Enroll today and step confidently into a future of endless possibilities with UGC Approved University Certification.

 

CYBER SECURITY - Syllabus

•Overview of Cyber Security

• Malware

• Malware Infections

• Security Applications & Devices

• Mobile Device Security

• Hardening

• Supply Chain Management

• Virtualization

• Application Security

• Secure Software Development

• Network Design

• Perimeter Security

• Cloud Security

• Automation

• Network Attacks

• Securing Networks

• Physical Security

• Facilities Security

• Authentication

• Access Control

• Risk Assessments

• Vulnerability Management

• Monitoring & Auditing

• Cryptography

• Hashing

• Public Key Infrastructure

• Security Protocols

• Planning for the worst

• Social Engineering

• Policies & Procedures

• Incident Response & Forensics

1) Overview of security

• CIA Triad

• AAA of security

• Security Threats OBI

• Mitigating threats

• Hackers

• Threat actors

• Threat Intelligence & Sources

• Threat Hunting

• Attack Frameworks

2) Malware

• Malware

• Viruses

• Worms

• Trojans

• Demo Viruses & Trojans

• Ransomware

• Spyware

• Rootkits

• Spam

3) Malware Infections

• Malware Infections

• Common delivery methods

• Phishing demo

• Botnets & zombies

• Active Interception & privilege escalation

• Backdoors & logic bombs

• Symptoms of infection

• Removing Malware

• Preventing malware

• Malware exploitation

4) Security Applications & Devices

• Software Firewalls Demo

• IDS

• Pop up blockers

• Data Loss Prevention (DLP)

• Securing the BIOS

• Securing Storage Devices

• Disk Encryption

• Endpoint Analysis

5) Mobile Device Security

• Securing Wireless devices

• Mobile Malware

• Sim Cloning & Identity Theft

• Bluetooth Attacks

• Mobile device theft

• Security of Apps

• BYOD (Bring Your Own Devices)

• Hardening Mobile devices

6) Hardening

• Unnecessary Applications

• Restricting Applications

• Unnecessary services demo

• Trusted Operating Systems

• Updates & Patches

• Patch Management

• Group Policies demo

• File systems & hard drives

7) Supply Chain Management

• Supply Chain Assessment

• Root of Trust

• Trusted Firmware

• Secure processing

8) Virtualization

• Hypervisors

• How to create a VM

• Threats to VMs

• Securing VMs – Demo
9) Application Security

• Web Browser Security

• Web Browser concerns

• Web Browser configurations

• Securing Applications

10) Secure Software Development

• SDLC Principles

• Testing Methods

• Software Vulnerabilities & Exploits

• Buffer overflow demo

• XSS & XSRF

• SQL Injection demo

• XML Vulnerabilities

• Race Conditions

• Design vulnerabilities

11) Network Design

• Network Security

• OSI model

• Switches

• Routers

• Network Zones

• Jumpbox

• Network Access Control

• VLANs

• Subnetting

• Network Address Translation

• Telephony

12) Perimeter Security

• Perimeter Security

• Firewalls

• SOHO Firewall demo

• Proxy servers

• Honeypots & honeynets

• Data Loss Prevention

• NIDS & NIPS

• Unified Threat Management

13) Cloud Security

• Cloud Computing

• Cloud Types

• AS A service

• Cloud Security

• Defending servers

• Cloud based infrastructure

• CASB

• API

• FAAS and serverless

• Cloud Threats

14) Automation

• Workflow Orchestration

• CD / CI

• Devsecops

• IAC

• Machine Learning

15)Network Attacks

• Ports & Protocols

• Memorization of Ports

• Unnecessary ports

• Denial of service

• DDOS

• Stopping DDOS

• Spoofing

• Hijacking

• Replay Attack

• Null Session Demo

• Transitive Attacks

• DNS Attacks

• ARP Poisoning

16) Securing Networks

• Securing Network Devices

• Securing Network Media

• Securing Wifi devices

• Wireless encryption

• Wireless Access Points

• Wireless Attacks

• WPA3

• Other wifi technologies

17) Physical Security

• Surveillance

• Door Locks

• Lock Picking Demo

• Biometric Readers

18) Facilities Security

• Fire Suppression

• HVAC

• Shielding

• Vehicular Vulnerabilities

• IOT Vulnerabilities

• Embedded System Vulnerabilities

• ICS & SCADA Vulnerabilities

• Mitigating Vulnerabilities

• Premise System Vulnerabilities

19) Authentication

• Authentication Models

• 802.1x

• LDAP & Kerberos

• Remote Desktop Services

• Remote Access Services

• VPN

• Radius vs Tacacs

• Authentication Summary

• Authentication attacks

20) Access Control

• Access Control Models

• Users & Groups

• Permissions

• Usernames and passwords

• Policies Demo

• User Account Control

21) Risk Assessments

• Qualitative Risks

• Quantitative Risks

• Methodologies

• Security Controls

• Types of Risks

22) Vulnerability Management

• Penetration testing

• Training & Exercises

• OVAL

• Vulnerability Assessments

• Nmap Scanning Demo

• Password Analysis

• Password Cracking

23) Monitoring & Auditing

• Monitoring Types

• Performance Baselining

• Protocol Analysers

• SNMP

• Analytical tools demo

• Auditing demo

• Logging

• Log Files

• SIEM

• Syslog

• SOAR

24) Cryptography

• Symmetric vs Asymmetric

• Symmetric Algorithms

• Public Key Cryptography

• Asymmetric Algorithms

• Pretty Good Privacy

• Key Management

• One Time Pad

• Steganography

• Cryptography considerations

25) Hashing

• Hashing Demo

• Hashing Attacks

• Increasing Hash Security

26) Public Key Infrastructure

• PKI

• Digital Certificates

• Certificate Authorities

• Web of Trust

27) Security Protocols

• S/MIME

• SSL & TLS

• SSH

• VPN protocols

• Setting up VPN

28) for the worst

• Redundant Power

• Backup Power

• Data Redundancy

• RAID Demo

• Network Redundancy

• Server Redundancy

• Redundant Sites

• Data Backup

• Disaster Recovery Plan

• Business Impact Analysis

29) Social Engineering

• Pretexting demo

• Insider threat

• Phishing

• Motivation factors

• Fraud & scams

• Influence campaigns

• User education

30) Policies & Procedures

• Data Classifications

• Data Ownership

• PII & PHI

• Legal Requirements

• Security Policies

• User Education

• Vendor relationships

• Disposal policies

• IT Security Frameworks

• Key Frameworks

31) Incident Response & Forensics

• Incident Response Planning

• Investigative Data

• Forensic Procedures

• Data Collection Procedures

• Disk Imaging Demo

• Security Tools

• Conclusion

29) Social Engineering

• Pretexting demo

• Insider threat

• Phishing

• Motivation factors

• Fraud & scams

• Influence campaigns

• User education

30) Policies & Procedures

• Data Classifications

• Data Ownership

• PII & PHI

• Legal Requirements

• Security Policies

• User Education

• Vendor relationships

• Disposal policies

• IT Security Frameworks

• Key Frameworks

31) Incident Response & Forensics

• Incident Response Planning

• Investigative Data

• Forensic Procedures

• Data Collection Procedures

• Disk Imaging Demo

• Security Tools

• Conclusion

 

Job Opportunities: Graduates of this program can pursue various roles in the field of cybersecurity, including:

  1. Cybersecurity Analyst
  2. Network Security Engineer
  3. Security Consultant
  4. Incident Responder
  5. Cybersecurity Auditor
  6. Security Administrator
  7. Penetration Tester
  8. Information Security Manager
  9. Security Architect
  10. Security Compliance Analyst

 

Who Is This Program For?

This program is designed for:

  1. Aspiring cybersecurity professionals and analysts
  2. IT and network administrators seeking to specialize in cybersecurity
  3. Individuals interested in a career in cybersecurity
  4. Security enthusiasts and those looking to protect data and systems
  5. Anyone who wants to contribute to the defence and security of digital environments.

 

Advantages :

  1. On completion of the course you will receive a certificate from the UGC Approved University which has several benefits.
  2. Cyber Securities Salaries are high in demand
  3. There is an increase number of specialities
  4. It’s a Stimulating Job
  5. You get to solve complex technical puzzles
  6. Studying cyber security equips you with various skills, including threat detection and analysis, network security, cryptography, ethical hacking, and risk management.
  7. These skills are valuable not only in the cyber security field but also in IT and related industries.
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