Cybersecurity
Industrial Training

The cybersecurity course offers a thorough grasp of fundamental principles and techniques necessary for safeguarding digital systems and sensitive information against cyber risks. Students will acquire hands-on proficiency in network security, encryption, incident response, and access control, empowering them to effectively manage threats and uphold secure environments.

Learn with live instructors

No pre‑recorded content

Project based learning

Build an impressive portfolio

Job assistance provided

Work 1-on-1 with a career coach

Program Cost

Upfront Payment: $2750

Bootcamp length

6 Months (based on learning path)

Bootcamp start date

July 19th, 2023

What you'll learn

Project Curriculum

The course provides a comprehensive overview of vital aspects of Information Security, including Identification, Authentication and Authorization, Virtualization and Cloud Computing, Wireless Networks, Mobile and IoT Devices, and Data Security. Through interactive labs, learners gain practical, hands-on experience crucial for a successful cybersecurity career.

NDE certification offers a formal recognition of expertise, enhancing resumes and showcasing skills to potential employers. It validates professionals’ competency and proficiency in network defense and information security, contributing value to their workplace and employer.

 

What is Included?

14+ hrs of premium self-paced video training (available with your free CodeRed account)

Official eCourseware from EC-Council (available with your free CodeRed account)

CodeRed’s Certificate of Achievement (available with your free CodeRed account)

11 Lab Activities in a simulated lab environment (Available Only with the Labs Package)

Proctored Exam and Official EC-Council Certification (Available Only with the Ultimate Package)

Self Paced

Ethical Hacking Essentials is an entry-level cybersecurity course focusing on ethical hacking and penetration testing fundamentals, equipping learners for a cybersecurity career. It covers computer and network security concepts, including threats, vulnerabilities, password cracking, web application attacks, IoT and OT attacks, cloud computing, and pentesting basics.

Through hands-on practical experience, this course enables learners to acquire the necessary skills for a future in cybersecurity.

EHE certification provides formal recognition that learners can add to their resumes, showcasing their expertise and skills to potential employers. This certification enhances employment opportunities, salary prospects, and overall job satisfaction.

 

What is Included?

15+ hrs of premium self-paced video training (available with your free CodeRed account)

Official eCourseware from EC-Council (available with your free CodeRed account)

CodeRed’s Certificate of Achievement (available with your free CodeRed account)

11 Lab Activities in a simulated lab environment (Available Only with the Labs Package)

Proctored Exam and Official EC-Council Certification (Available Only with the Ultimate Package)

Self Paced

Digital Forensics Essentials enhances learners’ competency and expertise in digital forensics and information security, bringing added value to their workplace and employer.

This course provides an introduction to Computer Forensics Fundamentals and the Computer Forensics Investigation Process. Learners can expect to delve into topics like Dark Web, Windows, Linux, Malware Forensics, and more. Interactive labs ensure hands-on, practical experience crucial for a career in digital forensics.

DFE certification offers formal recognition that learners can showcase on their resumes, highlighting their expertise and skills to potential employers. This certification enhances employment opportunities, salary potential, and overall job satisfaction.

 

What is Included?

11+ hrs of premium self-paced video training (available with your free CodeRed account)

Official eCourseware from EC-Council (available with your free CodeRed account)

CodeRed’s Certificate of Achievement (available with your free CodeRed account)

11 Lab Activities in a simulated lab environment (Available Only with the Labs Package)

Proctored Exam and Official EC-Council Certification (Available Only with the Ultimate Package)

Learning Objective: In this module, you will be introduced to various features of Linux. You will learn history, open source licenses, various Linux distributions, and Linux installation 
 
Topics:
Getting Started with Linux

Accessing the Command Line

Managing Files from the Command Line

Matching File Names with Shell Expansions

Creating, Viewing, and Editing Text Files

Managing Local Users and Groups

Controlling Access to Files

Configuring and Securing SSH

Managing Networking

Archiving and Transferring Files

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 malwares

Introduction to virus and worms

Different types of viruses

Virus making

Create Payload

Network sniffing

Sniffing tools

MITM attacks

Lawful Interception

DHCP attacks

DNS poisoning

Wireshark

Filters of Wireshark

Detection of Sniffing over a network

MAC flooding

MAC Spoofing

ARP poisoning

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 slowloris attacks

Peer-to-peer attacks

Permanent Denial-of-Service attack

Distributed reflection Denial-of-Service (DRDoS)

Botnets

Organized cyber crime

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 malwares
• 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 attack 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 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

CompTIA Security+ (SY0-601) is a highly regarded certification that validates the essential knowledge and skills needed for a successful cybersecurity career. It serves as an entry-level certification, providing professionals with a strong foundation in information security.

The SY0-601 exam covers a wide range of topics, including network security, threats, vulnerabilities, identity management, access control, cryptography, risk management, and security operations. Successful candidates gain expertise in incident response, secure network design, and implementing best practices to safeguard organizations against emerging threats.

With the CompTIA Security+ certification, individuals demonstrate their proficiency in critical cybersecurity areas and their ability to adapt to the evolving landscape of security technologies and practices. This vendor-neutral certification focuses on core security concepts, enabling professionals to apply their knowledge across diverse environments and technologies.

Earning the SY0-601 certification not only boosts career opportunities but also establishes a solid groundwork for pursuing advanced certifications in cybersecurity. This esteemed certification is highly valued by employers across public and private sectors, as it validates the essential skills needed to effectively protect networks, devices, and data.

The SY0-601 exam evaluates both theoretical knowledge and practical application through a combination of multiple-choice and performance-based questions. It is recommended that candidates have at least two years of IT administration experience, focusing on security, prior to taking the exam.

In summary, the CompTIA Security+ (SY0-601) certification is a significant milestone in a cybersecurity professional’s journey, highlighting their commitment to maintaining a high level of expertise in securing information and systems. Moreover, it provides a strong foundation for continuous professional development and growth.

Why become a
Cybersecurity Engineer?

  • 01. Growing Demand for Cybersecurity Professionals

    The realm of cybersecurity is undergoing rapid expansion due to the rising volume and intricacy of cyber threats. To safeguard sensitive data and critical infrastructure, both public and private sectors are making substantial investments in cybersecurity measures. As a result, the demand for cybersecurity professionals is surging, presenting abundant job opportunities. By embarking on a career as a cybersecurity engineer, you position yourself at the forefront of this thriving industry, poised for a multitude of promising career paths.

  • 02. Lucrative Salaries and Career Advancement

    Cybersecurity experts are in high demand, which translates to competitive salaries and outstanding perks. The specialized skills and knowledge needed in this domain carry significant value in the job market. Moreover, as you accumulate experience and showcase your abilities, the potential for career growth becomes substantial. Cybersecurity engineers can advance to leadership roles, including Chief Information Security Officer (CISO), and play strategic roles in shaping an organization's security framework.

  • 03. Global Relevance and Job Security

    Cybersecurity is a universal issue impacting organizations across the globe, regardless of their scale or industry. The demand for cybersecurity professionals transcends geographical boundaries, making it a field with global relevance. By pursuing a career as a cybersecurity engineer, you acquire skills that are highly sought after not only in your local area but also on an international level. Job stability in cybersecurity is strong, given the continuously evolving threat landscape that necessitates the presence of skilled experts to safeguard against attacks and manage risks.

  • 04. Variety and Diversity of Work

    Cybersecurity presents a wide array of career pathways, providing opportunities for diverse roles and responsibilities. As a cybersecurity engineer, you can engage in various tasks, such as assessing vulnerabilities, responding to incidents, monitoring networks, implementing secure coding practices, or designing security architectures. The field encompasses multiple domains, including network security, application security, cloud security, and more. This versatility allows you to explore different areas of interest, specialize in specific domains, and even transition between roles, ensuring continuous engagement and excitement in your work.

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Ba-techcloud stands out as a remarkable learning platform boasting highly skilled instructors. Its students not only gain theoretical knowledge but also develop practical expertise in utilizing management tools such as git, maven, nexus, sonarqube, Ansible, Docker for microservice deployment, Kubernetes for container orchestration, and Terraform as an infrastructure-as-code (IaC) tool.

We prepare you for opportunities

Acquire the in-demand skills sought by companies and secure a job that brings you joy. At Ba-techcloud, our focus is on tangible results. We equip you for thriving tech careers.

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Tuition Breakdown

$ $2750
  • One-time Pay upfront and save on total cost
$ $500 study now, pay later
$3000 total
  • Monthly Break your payment into monthly cycles for a more flexible payment option. No credit score required
  • Learn alongside other motivated students in a structured live cohort. No more than 25 students per cohort.

The Advantage Of
Ba-Techcloud

Personalized learning and support

Customized learning to make your learning easier and comfortable. Receive personal support from support engineers and industry mentors. We guide you throughout your skill acquisition journey.

Live Instructor-led learning

Experience real-time learning with industry experts. We go beyond providing pre-recorded videos and infrequent check-ins. For those transitioning careers, live, instructor-led learning is the optimal method for acquiring new skills.

World-class instructors

At Ba-Techcloud, we value the caliber and experience of our esteemed instructors. Our cutting-edge curriculum is meticulously crafted and delivered by top-notch IT professionals, ensuring excellence in education.

Outcome oriented

In contrast to traditional boot camps that solely aim for certification acquisition, we go above and beyond. Our comprehensive training approach centers on your desired outcome to ensure a more fulfilling learning experience.

Frequently asked questions

Our courses are crafted and curated to take you from zero to job ready.  A background in IT is not required to enroll and take part in this course. However, some basic understanding or experience in technology can help you understand the concepts faster, although not required. What is pertinent is your desire to learn.

On completing this DevOps Engineer industrial training, you’ll be eligible for the roles like: Site reliability engineer, Release manager, Security professional, Automation engineer, DevOps Architect, DevOps Engineer. 

Yes, we do. We have specialist job coaches that will guide you after completing this program.  You will get interview requests landing in your email from companies looking to employ your skills. We work with premium head hunting agencies and their premium end clients looking to hire top talents. 

We match you with one-on-one mentors and coaches that will guide you and get you prepared for the job market. After we help you land your dream job, we provide on-the-job support for up to one year, helping you every step of the way.  We not only help you brand yourself as a competent DevOps engineer, we market your profile on our own job placement platform: www.rekroot.me

The beginning of
an exciting journey

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Start Date
Days Of Class
Class Times
July 28th, 2023
Wednesdays & Fridays
Sundays
6:00pm - 8:00pm MST
4:00pm - 6:00pm MST