Managing Cybersecurity Incident Response

3 H 5 M

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  • Models and Controls
    • Course Overview
    • SDLC
    • Threat Modeling
    • Compensating Controls
  • Vulnerability Response Management
    • System Maintenance Procedures
    • Risk Management Principles
    • Policies, Governance, and SLOs
    • Prioritization and Escalation
    • Attack Surface Management
    • Secure Coding Best Practices
  • Frameworks and Incident Response Activities
    • Attack Methodology Frameworks
    • Detection and Analysis
    • Containment, Eradication, and Recovery
  • Preparation and Post-Incident Phases
    • Preparation Phase
    • Post-Incident Activity

Course Overview

4 M

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  • Episode Description
  • Transcript

WEBVTT >> I am so good when I'm here with Anthony Sic where a year for the course overview we're going to be jumping into some material on incident response in this course. Is that right? Yes, that's right. It is a huge part of cybersecurity. >> One we shouldn't overlook. It's inevitable. You are going to have security incidents and you should be prepared to respond to them. And that's what we're going to focus on. Sophie sounds like, you know, your stuff. Tell us a little bit about you and how you're going to be approaching this cure. So I have been I'm now a full-time instructor here at it pro part of ACI Learning very excited about that. And I've always been specialized in computer networking and cybersecurity and now more and more devops. And I bring that up because it is something that we are going to be discussing as we move throughout this material. Because guess what, we're in a time where security should be per pervasive in any discussion of technology. And we're going to see that in the very first couple of episodes. So super excited about that. So what is the structure of this course in particular going look like? Yeah, great question. So what we're going to do is we're going to be going through a whole series of episodes on incident response and management, and these will really serve as a stand-alone guidebook for those of you that are interested in implementing such procedures in your organization. And I really do encourage all of you do that. It's a really good idea. But also, Sophie, we have a lot of students that tend to be interested in obtaining certifications and this course maps beautifully to the incident response sections of Cy some plus from CompTIA. >> So I'm definitely be asking a lot of questions throughout this course. I'm here to be sort of an advocate for you at home and ask the questions you might be wondering about. So what has Lerner, what is in this course for me? >> Boy, I'll tell you, incident response is hugely important. Now, one of the reasons you might not hear about it a lot is because remember a lot of internal security incidents. They never get reported either because the organization is embarrassed that or maybe they don't have a good incident response plan so communicating what happened. They don't even have a procedure policy for that. So this is really one of those things that should be talked a lot about, but isn't. So we're really going to be going into some important material. >> And of course, the end goal is always to learn something new and a lot of times apply it to something you're doing in your day-to-day life. But if somebody is watching this course and maybe looking to take an exam or going certification, what sorts of search might be associated with the I mentioned this ice up last, that's a huge one. >> But let me impress upon you that if you look at any cybersecurity exam worth its salt, it's most likely going to have incident response as part of that. So this maps, too, my gosh, how plus exams that have to do with cyber security and last but not least. Anthony. Why are you excited about this course? I'm so excited about this course for a couple reasons. Number one is to teach it with you, Sophie, because I know you are super interested in cybersecurity. So it's always great to have a host, the jazz genuine interest in the material. A couple weeks ago, I got to host scrum and agile certification training with Chris Ward. And it was super fun for me because I'm super interested in that topic. So it's great to have you here, Sophie. And I'm also excited about this because I love teaching cyber and it's not often that I get to do it. We have Daniel Lowry here who's our expert. So it's just great to be chipping in and the cyber side of the House. >> Well, you love teaching cyber. I love learning cyber. So I think we're going to have a great time looking forward to taking you along on this course with us and hope you can learn something along the way. Thanks for joining us for the overview and we'll see you in the course