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Learn how a Security Operations Center (SOC) functions and gain the introductory-level skills and knowledge required for success.

  • Course Start Date: 2019-09-30
  • Time: 09:00:00 - 17:00:00
  • Duration: 5 Day(s)
  • Location: Virtual
  • Delivery Methods(s): Virtual Instructor Led
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Course Outline

Pre-Requisites

It is strongly recommended, but not required, that students have the following knowledge and skills:

Skills and knowledge equivalent to those learned in Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Part 1 (ICND1)
Working knowledge of the Windows operating system
Working knowledge of Cisco IOS networking and concepts

Lessons

Learn how a Security Operations Center (SOC) functions and gain the introductory-level skills and knowledge required for success. Students obtain the core skills needed to grasp the associate-level material in the 210-255 exam “Implementing Cisco Cybersecurity Operations (SECOPS),” which, when combined with passing the 210-250 SECFND exam, lead to the CCNA Cyber Ops certification.

Objectives

The goal of the course is to teach the fundamental skills required to begin a career working as an associate-level cybersecurity analyst in a security operations center.

Who Should Attend

  • Security Operations Center Security Analyst

  • Computer Network Defense Analyst

  • Computer Network Defense Infrastructure Support personnel

  • Future Incident Responders and Security Operations Center (SOC) personnel

  • Students beginning a career and entering the cybersecurity field

  • IT personnel looking to learn more about the area of cybersecurity operations

  • Cisco Channel Partners

Outline

Module 1: SOC Overview

Lesson 1: Defining the Security Operations Center

  • Types of Security Operations Centers

  • SOC Analyst Tools

  • Data Analytics

  • Hybrid Installations: Automated Reports, Anomaly Alerts

  • Sufficient Staffing Necessary for an Effective Incident Response Team

  • Roles in a Security Operations Center

  • Develop Key Relationships with External Resources

  • Challenge

Lesson 2: Understanding NSM Tools and Data

  • Introduction

  • NSM Tools

  • NSM Data

  • Security Onion

  • Full Packet Capture

  • Session Data

  • Transaction Data 

  • Alert Data

  • Other Data Types

  • Correlating NSM Data

  • Challenge

Lesson 3: Understanding Incident Analysis in a Threat-Centric SOC

  • Classic Kill Chain Model Overview

  • Kill Chain Phase 1: Reconnaissance

  • Kill Chain Phase 2: Weaponization

  • Kill Chain Phase 3: Delivery

  • Kill Chain Phase 4: Exploitation

  • Kill Chain Phase 5: Installation

  • Kill Chain Phase 6: Command-and-Control

  • Kill Chain Phase 7: Actions on Objectives

  • Applying the Kill Chain Model

  • Diamond Model Overview

  • Applying the Diamond Model

  • Exploit Kits

  • Challenge

Lesson 4: Identifying Resources for Hunting Cyber Threats

  • Cyber-Threat Hunting Concepts

  • Hunting Maturity Model

  • Cyber-Threat Hunting Cycle

  • Common Vulnerability Scoring System

  • CVSS v3.0 Scoring

  • CVSS v3.0 Example

  • Hot Threat Dashboard

  • Publicly Available Threat Awareness Resources

  • Other External Threat Intelligence Sources and Feeds Reference

  • Challenge

Module 2: Security Incident Investigations

Lesson 1: Understanding Event Correlation and Normalization

  • Event Sources

  • Evidence

  • Security Data Normalization

  • Event Correlation

  • Other Security Data Manipulation

  • Challenge

Lesson 2: Identifying Common Attack Vectors

  • Obfuscated JavaScript

  • Shellcode and Exploits

  • Common Metasploit Payloads

  • Directory Traversal

  • SQL Injection

  • Cross-Site Scripting

  • Punycode

  • DNS Tunneling

  • Pivoting

  • Challenge

Lesson 3: Identifying Malicious Activity

  • Understanding the Network Design

  • Identifying Possible Threat Actors

  • Log Data Search

  • NetFlow as a Security Tool

  • DNS Risk and Mitigation Tool

  • Challenge


Lesson 4: Identifying Patterns of Suspicious Behavior

  • Network Baselining

  • Identify Anomalies and Suspicious Behaviors

  • PCAP Analysis

  • Delivery

  • Challenge

Lesson 5: Conducting Security Incident Investigations

  • Security Incident Investigation Procedures

  • Threat Investigation Example: China Chopper Remote Access Trojan

  • Challenge 

Module 3: SOC Operations

Lesson 1: Describing the SOC Playbook

  • Security Analytics

  • Playbook Definition

  • What Is in a Play?

  • Playbook Management System

  • Challenge

Lesson 2: Understanding the SOC Metrics

  • Security Data Aggregation

  • Time to Detection

  • Security Controls Detection Effectiveness

  • SOC Metrics

  • Challenge

Lesson 3: Understanding the SOC WMS and Automation

  • SOC WMS Concepts

  • Incident Response Workflow

  • SOC WMS Integration

  • SOC Workflow Automation Example

  • Challenge

Lesson 4: Describing the Incident Response Plan

  • Incident Response Planning

  • Incident Response Life Cycle

  • Incident Response Policy Elements

  • Incident Attack Categories

  • Reference: US-CERT Incident Categories

  • Regulatory Compliance Incident Response Requirements

  • Challenge

Lesson 5: Appendix A—Describing the Computer Security Incident Response Team

  • CSIRT Categories

  • CSIRT Framework

  • CSIRT Incident Handling Services

  • Challenge

Lesson 6: Appendix B—Understanding the use of VERIS

  • VERIS Overview

  • VERIS Incidents Structure

  • VERIS 4 A's

  • VERIS Records

  • VERIS Community Database

  • Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report and Cisco Annual Security Report

  • Challenge

LABS

Guided Lab 1: Explore Network Security Monitoring Tools

  • Discovery 1: Investigate Hacker Methodology
  • Discovery 2: Hunt Malicious Traffic
  • Discovery 3: Correlate Event Logs, PCAPs, and Alerts of an Attack
  • Discovery 4: Investigate Browser-Based Attacks
  • Discovery 5: Analyze Suspicious DNS Activity
  • Discovery 6: Investigate Suspicious Activity Using Security Onion
  • Discovery 7: Investigate Advanced Persistent Threats
  • Discovery 8: Explore SOC Playbooks

Cancellation Policy

Cancellations and/or transfers with full refund will be allowed up to 10 business days prior to the start date of the course. Cancellations and/or transfers must be submitted in writing via fax at 888-596-7378 or email. With approved cancellation, reenrollment must be completed within 6 months or funds will be forfeited. Cancellations and/or transfer notices received after 9 business days prior to the start day of a course are not permitted. If a student does not attend a class and the required notification was not provided, funds will be forfeited and a rescheduling of the course will not be allowed. Rescheduling of a class is only permitted any time before 10 business days prior to the class start date.

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About Skyline Advanced Technology Services

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Skyline Advanced Technology Services provides comprehensive training for all Cisco technologies. From design, through implementation and troubleshooting, Skyline-ATS delivers Instructor Led Training (ILT) within Open Enrollment and Customized Onsite formats.  And to provide the finest hands-on experience possible, we have enriched all Cisco-certified Training Labs, to incorporate new features and functionality.  Our labs are a superset of the current Cisco labs, and we have vastly improved the content and enhanced operability. Skyline Advanced Technology Services has a long and distinguished history in partnership with Cisco for Instructor–Led Training and Curriculum Development.  As a Certified Cisco Learning Solutions Partner (CLSP), Skyline-ATS is closely aligned with Cisco Partner Development and Education (PDE), Learning@Cisco, and many other internal product teams. Over the past decade, these groups have contracted Skyline-ATS to develop numerous certified classes, for public open enrollment and private, end-user specific audiences. The classes we have developed span the entirety of Cisco technologies, disciplines and formats, including: Cisco Unified Communication, Contact Center Express, Security, Storage, Data Center, Wireless, Route / Switch and Cisco 3rd Party technologies. 

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Skyline-ATS provides tremendous value-add for all Cisco-based networking education. From the depth and expertise of our instructors, to the quality of our labs, we provide the finest training available.

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