Cyber Security Course: "Hacking Enterprises: Understanding in.security" (London)
If you’re looking to get an idea of how an attacker may gain access to and exploit your network, or if you just want to learn the art, this is the course for you. You will be exposed to tools and tricks used by pentesters and hackers alike. By the end you’ll be eager to get practicing in the in.security labs with your complementary 14 days access.
|Dates||4 Feb 2019 - 8 Feb 2019 - Download as vCalendar|
|Venue||Canada Water Culture Space, Surrey Quays Road, London, United Kingdom, SE16 7AR|
+44 (0)333 210 1337
Our basic/intermediate course covers a lot of popular topics and the content is structured in a way that allows you to fully understand how small pieces of information may allow an attacker access to critical infrastructure.
Each topic is accompanied by practical exercises ensuring that underlying theory is reinforced by practical understanding and application. This course is ideal for system administrators, network engineers, information security officers or anyone that wants to improve their technical security skills and advance within the expanding security sector.
Over the 5-day course you will connect to the dedicated hacklab using your in.security hackbox (see below for specs) or if you prefer you can use your own system. Over the week we’ll be covering the following topics:
- Introduction into infrastructure and application security assessments
- Understanding the importance of and leveraging OSINT activities
- Understanding IPv4 and IPv6 networks
- Host discovery and port scanning
- Exposure to vulnerability assessment toolsets
- Exploiting vulnerabilities
- Client-side attacks and targeting users in simulated phishing tests
- Post-exploitation activities
- Password cracking 101
- Lateral movement and pivoting techniques
- Domain compromise
- Gaining persistence
On the last day you will sit our ‘capture the flag’ style exam, hopefully attaining in.security certification! (see below for further details)
Whilst we provide everything you need to know on the course, experience of working in Windows and Linux environments as well as using command line interfaces would be advantageous.
This course doesn’t just test the theory, it tests your understanding and application of the content. The last day of our course is a practical exam that awards one of two levels of certification (if you pass!)
One day ‘capture the flag’ assessment
Tests both theory and practical skills learned on the course
65% or above gains the Student in.security certification!
85% or above gains the Master in.security certification!
Complementary Hacklab Access
All students on our technical course, regardless of whether certification is obtained or not, will receive 14 days of free access to our labs after the course ends. Our training is intensive and we know it’s hard to retain everything learned during an event, so your extended access will allow you to continue to practice and sharpen your skills! If your insatiable thirst for hacking still isn’t satisfied you can also optionally purchase more time afterwards.
We Do This With A Difference!
All students on our technical course, regardless of whether certification is obtained or not, will receive our in.security hackbox! This includes a Raspberry Pi containing a pre-configured, tailored Linux installation that can be used to connect to our labs during the training and is then yours to keep, customise and hack away with after the course is completed!
The cost of the course is £2,650 + VAT and includes:
- 5-days training
- Morning/afternoon refreshments and lunch
- in.security’s custom hackbox (yours to keep), which can either be used on the course or you can bring your own laptop
- 14 days complementary hacklab access
- Exam and certification
in.security is a cyber security consultancy offering a variety of specialist technical services and training offerings.
Our trading address is London, but our consultants are Cambridge based.