Advanced Cyber Security (ACS)

Cyber threats are growing in complexity and the impact scale of cyber-crimes is increasing dramatically. With the advancement in internet technologies and inter-connectivity between devices and sensors, it is inevitable that the volume of personal and corporate data continues to increase. Cyber Criminals are also increasing in capabilities and taking advantage of the lack of pace in the release of security software patches and updates due to the continuous adoption of new technologies like the Internet of Things (IOT).
Advanced Cyber Security (ACS) will allow participants to acquire advanced level knowledge of ethical hacking and cyber security. Through interactive real life scenario based hands-on sessions, participants will be able to gain in-depth knowledge on cyber security and what it takes to implement, and manage a secured environment.
3 Days
UNIT 1. Introduction

  • Introduction to Cyber Security

  • Cyber Laws

UNIT 2: Networking

  • IPv4 & IPv6

  • OSI Layer

  • TCP/IP

  • Networking Devices

  • Advanced Port Scanning

  • Understanding Network Topology

  • Network Traffic Analysis and Reporting

UNIT 3: How to Build a Lab to Hack Safely

  • Precautions to Before to Start Hacking

  • Configure Lab for Hack Safely

UNIT 4: Installing and Configuring Your Windows Server VMs

  • Installing Windows Server and Linux Server

  • Installing Windows Desktop OS

  • Installing Kali Linux

UNIT 5: Enumeration & Information Gathering

  • Information Gathering Of Target

  • Whois

  • Traceroute

  • Enumeration

UNIT 6: Google Hacking Database

  • Finding Bugs

  • Information Gathering

UNIT 7: System Hacking

  • Active Attack

  • Default Passwords

  • Passive Attacks

UNIT 8: Malwares

  • Virus

  • Worms

  • Adwares

  • Spywares

  • Rootkit

  • Trojan

UNIT 9: Wireless Security

  • Bypassing WEP

  • Bypassing WPA/WPA2

UNIT 10: Website / Web Application Security


  • Automated SQL Injection

  • XSS(Cross Site Scripting)

  • Command Execution

  • File Inclusion

  • SQL Injection

UNIT 11: Security Device Analysis

  • Firewall Technologies

  • IDS, IPS & Honeypots Analysis

  • Hacking Routers, Cable Modems and Firewall

UNIT 12: Network Attacks

  • DoS, DDoS & Buffer Overflow Attacks

  • Email Hacking & Tracing

  • Malware Attacks, Backdoors & Handheld Devices Analysis

  • Network Packet Analysis & Sniffing

  • Spamming

UNIT 12: Password Attacks

  • Brute Force attack

  • Dictionary Attack

UNIT 13: Exploitation Framework

  • Sniffers

  • An Introduction to Metasploit

  • Playing with Metasploit

  • Browser Exploitation

  • Exploiting windows machine

UNIT 14: Advance Security Analysis

  • Internet Content Filtering Techniques

  • Securing Gadgets

  • Disaster Recovery & Planning

A valid Certification of Competency in Cyber Security Essentials (CSE), or some basic understanding in software development
Participants are required to pass an examination. This exam tests a candidate’s knowledge and skills related to Cyber Security based on the syllabus covered in the course
Participants will be awarded a Certificate of Competency in Advanced Cyber Security (ACS) upon meeting the requirements and passing the examination.
This course is designed for participants who are interested in pursuing a career in the areas of Cyber Security.

Advanced Cyber Security (ACS) is intended to equip you with a set of skills that you can draw on to implement the technology in your organisation.

Class is limited to 20 participants as hands-on sessions and real-time demonstration is expected.