Course Overview:

This CEH course will immerse you into a “Hacker Mindset” in order to teach you how to think like a hacker and better defend against future attacks. Students are in the driver’s seat with a hands-on training environment employing a systematic ethical hacking process. All while teaching students how to scan, test, hack, and secure target systems. CEH shows how hackers think and act maliciously so you can learn to better position your organization’s security infrastructure and defend against future attacks.

This CEH course covers the Five Phases of Ethical Hacking, diving into Reconnaissance, Gaining Access, Enumeration, Maintaining Access, and covering your tracks.

This CEH course delivers in-demand ethical hacking skills while preparing you for the internationally-recognized Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) certification exam (312-50) from EC-Council.

This course supports a certification that is DoD approved 8570 Baseline Certificate and meets DoD 8140/8570 training requirements.

What’s Included:

  • EC-Council official E-Courseware
  • EC-Council official iLabs code with access for 6 months
  • EC-Council official Certificate of Attendance
  • CEH Exam Voucher

 

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Dates/Locations:

Date/Time Event
08/01/2022 - 08/05/2022
08:30 -16:30
TN-555: Certified Ethical Hacker v11 (CEH)
TechNow, Inc, San Antonio TX
10/31/2022 - 11/04/2022
08:30 -16:30
TN-555: Certified Ethical Hacker v11 (CEH)
TechNow, Inc, San Antonio TX

Duration: 5 Days

Course Content:

  • Module 01. Introduction to Ethical Hacking
  • Module 02. Foot-printing and Reconnaissance
  • Module 03. Scanning Networks
  • Module 04. Enumeration
  • Module 05. Vulnerable Analysis
  • Module 06. System Hacking
  • Module 07. Malware Threats
  • Module 08. Sniffing
  • Module 09. Social Engineering
  • Module 10. Denial-of-Service
  • Module 11. Session Hijacking
  • Module 12. Evading IDS,Firewalls, and Honeypots
  • Module 13. Hacking Web Servers
  • Module 14. Hacking Web Applications
  • Module 15. SQL Injection
  • Module 16. Hacking Wireless Networks
  • Module 17. Hacking Mobile Platforms
  • Module 18. IoT and OT Hacking
  • Module 19. Cloud Computing
  • Module 20. Cryptography

 

Prerequisites:

  • Windows operating system and/or Linux operating system or other Unix-based OS
  • TCP/IP protocols and implementation
  • At least 2 years of IT security experience
  • TN-325:Security+

Target Audience:

Information Security Analyst/Administrator, Information Assurance (IA) Security Officer, Information Security Manager/Specialist, Auditors, Security Professional, Site Admins, Penetration Testers, Red Team,Risk/Threat/Vulnerability Analyst, Individuals concerned about the integrity of network infrastructure

 

About us:

TechNow has taught security courses for almost 30 years, before most certifications existed and has successfully moved students through certification programs associated with IAPP, SANS, EC-Council and ISC2. Our instructor maintains over a dozen security certifications and has been the director of a company with internationals sales in security training, consulting, and compliance.

Tech Now, Inc. is an accredited Training Center with Ec-Council.

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Course Overview:

TN-542: Establishing a Security Operations Center (SOC) People, Processes, and Technologies is the big picture overview of a SOC, other courses provide a deep dive into the technologies that a SOC may utilize. This course addresses the internal workings of staff, skills required, required authorizations, internal agreements, and setting appropriate expectation levels of a SOC within budget constraints. A SOC is not a one size fits all, the instructor has decades of security experience and brings to the table opportunities to discuss what can work within constraints. Many organizations are coming to the realization that some level of a SOC is now required and to learn just what decisions need to be made: Out-sourced, In-sourced, budgets, capabilities and many more. Students leave with a worksheet of how to progress when they get back to their organization.

TN-542: Establishing a Security Operations Center (SOC) People, Processes, and Technologies – Is a course that incorporates lecture, demos, and group exercises for standing up a Security Operations Center (SOC). Students learn strategies and resources required to deploy, build, and run Network Security Monitoring (NSM) and work roles and flows for a SOC. No network is bullet proof and when attackers access your network, this course will show you options and resources to build a security net to detect, contain, and control the attacker. Examples on what it takes to architect an NSM solution to identify sophisticated attackers and a response strategy. Properly implemented detection and response technologies is integral to incident response and provides the responders timely information and tools to react to the incident. Effective demonstrations are given of Open Source technologies that build up a SOC, but any software can be used and demonstrations are provided to demonstrate technology families not push a specific solution.

TN-542: Establishing a Security Operations Center (SOC) People, Processes, and Technologies demonstrations utilize a cyber range that gives each student in-depth knowledge of monitoring live systems to include: Cisco, Windows, Linux, IoT, and Firewalls; and software and services to provide orchestrate Incident Response, Intelligence Analysis, and Hunt Operations.

Attendees to TN-542: Establishing a Security Operations Center (SOC) People, Processes, and Technologies class will receive TechNow approved course materials and expert instruction.

Dates/Locations:

No Events

Duration: 2 Days

Course Objective:

    • To provide management an overview of what it takes to stand up a SOC.

Prerequisites:

  • Students should have an understanding of the security field.

Course Outline:

  • What threats does my organization care about?
  • What does a threat look like?
  • What does a threat look like?
  • How to present the SOC internally.
  • Communication with Stakeholders and Executives
  • Leveraging and integrating existing security measures
  • People
    • Establishing a skill matrix and work roles for SOC members
    • Establishing a training path
    • Personnel background requirementsProcesses
  • Processes
    • Alignment to standards: NIST, PCI, HIPAA, etc.
    • Risk related decision trees
    • Playbooks
    • Threat Intelligence Integration
  • Technology – Tool Suites to Support:
    • Ethical Hacking
    • Network Security Monitoring and SIEM
    • Forensics
    • Dashboards
    • Analysis and Hunting
    • Incident Management and Ticketing

 

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Course Overview:

TN-575: Open Source Network Security Monitoring teaches students how to deploy, build, and run an NSM operation using open source software and vendor-neutral tools. No network is bullet proof and when attackers access your network, this course will show you how to build a security net to detect, contain, and control the attacker. Sensitive data can be monitored and deep packet and deep attachment analysis can be achieved. As organizations stand up a Security Operations Center (SOC) the enterprise NSM is the key ingredient to that SOC. This course not only teaches how to implement an NSM technologically, but how to effectively monitor an enterprise operationally. You will learn how to architect an NSM solution: where to deploy your NSM platforms and how to size them, stand-alone or distributed, and integration into packet analysis, interpret evidence, and integrate threat intelligence from external sources to identify sophisticated attackers. A properly implemented NSM is integral to incident response and provides the responders timely information to react to the incident. TN-575: Open Source Network Security Monitoring is a lab intensive environment with a cyber range that gives each student in-depth knowledge and practical experience monitoring live systems to include: Cisco, Windows, Linux, IoT, and Firewalls.

Attendees to TN-575: Open Source Network Security Monitoring class will receive TechNow approved course materials and expert instruction.

This Course is taught utilizing Security Onion or RockNSM as specified by the customer.

Dates/Locations:

No Events

Duration: 5 Days

Course Objective:

The focus of this course is to present a suite of Open Source security products integrated into a highly functional and scalable Network Security Monitoring solution.

Prerequisites:

Students should have a basic understanding of networks, TCP/IP and standard protocols such as DNS, HTTP, etc. Some Linux knowledge/experience is recommended, but not required

Course Outline:

  • Network Security Monitoring (NSM) Methodology
  • High Bandwidth Packet Capture Challenges
  • Installation of Security Onion
    • Use Cases (analysis, lab, stand-alone, distributed)
    • Resource Requirements
  • Configuration
    • Setup Phase I – Network Configuration
    • Setup Phase 2 – Service Configuration
    • Evaluation Mode vs. Configuration Mode
    • Verifying Services
  • Security Onion Architecture
    • Configuration Files and Folders
    • Network Interfaces
    • Docker Environment
    • Security Onion Containers
  • Overview of Security Onion Analyst Tools
    • Kibana
    • CapME
    • CyberChef
    • Squert
    • Sguil
    • NetworkMiner
  • Quick Review of Wireshark and Packet Analysis
    • Display and Capture Filters
    • Analyze and Statistics Menu Options
    • Analysis for Signatures
  • Analyzing Alerts
    • Replaying Traffic
    • 3 Primary Interfaces:
      • Squert
      • Sguil
      • Kibana
    • Pivoting Between Interfaces
    • Pivoting to Full Packet Capture
  • Snort and Surricata
    • Rule Syntax and Construction
    • Implementing Custom Rules
    • Implementing Whitelists and Blacklists
  • Hunting
    • Using Kibana to Slice and Dice Logs
    • Hunting Workflow with Kibana
  • Bro
    • Introduction and Overview
      • Architecture, Commands
    • Understanding and Examining Bro Logs
      • Using AWK, sort, uniq, and bro-cut
    • Working with traces/PCAPs
    • Bro Scripts Overview
      • Loading and Using Scripts
    • Bro Frameworks Overview
      • Bro File Analysis Framework FAF
    • Using Bro scripts to carve out more than files
  • RockNSM ( * If Applicable)
    •  Kafka
      • Installation and Configuration
      • Kafka Messaging
      • Brokers
      • Integration with Bro and FSF
    • File Scanning Framework FSF
      • Custom YARA Signatures
      • JSON Trees
      • Sub-Object Recursion
      • Bro and Suricata Integration
  • Elastic Stack
    • Adding new data sources in Logstash
    • Enriching data with Logstash
    • Automating with Elastalert
    • Building new Kibana dashboards
  • Production Deployment
    • Advanced Setup
    • Master vs Sensor
    • Node Types – Master, Forward, Heavy, Storage
    • Command Line Setup with sosetup.conf
    • Architectural Recommendations
    • Sensor Placement
    • Hardening
    • Administration
    • Maintenance
  • Tuning
    • Using PulledPork to Disable Rules
    • BPF’s to Filter Traffic
    • Spinning up Additional Snort / Suricata / Bro Workers to Handle Higher Traffic Loads

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Course Overview:

An in-depth course on how to use and configure Cisco Firepower Threat Defense technology,  from device setup and configuration and including routing, high availability, Firepower Threat Defense migration, traffic control, and Network Address Translation (NAT).  Students implement advanced Next Generation Firewall (NGFW) and Next Generation Intrusion Prevention System (NGIPS) features, including network intelligence, file type detection, network based malware detection, and deep packet inspection.
Students will also learn how to configure site to site VPN, remote access VPN, and SSL decryption before moving on to detailed analysis, system administration, and troubleshooting.  This course combines lecture materials and hands on labs throughout to make sure that students are able to successfully deploy and manage the Cisco Firepower system.

It is a five-day instructor-led course that is aimed at providing network security engineers with the knowledge and skills that are needed to implement and maintain perimeter solutions that are based on Cisco Firepower security appliances. At the end of the course, students will be able to reduce risk to their IT infrastructure and applications using Cisco Firepower security appliance features, and provide detailed operations support for the Firepower appliance.

Attendees to N-485: In-Depth Securing Networks with Cisco Firepower Threat Defense NGFW will receive TechNow approved course materials and expert instruction.

Date/Locations:

No Events

Duration: 5 days

Course Objectives:

  • Understand Sourcefire, Firepower 6.2, FireAMP, and Firepower Threat Defense (FTD)
  • Configure the Firepower Management Center (FMC)
  • Raise you confidence managing the Firepower Manager and Firepower tThreat Defense (FTD)
  • Describe the Cisco Firepower Systems infrastructure
  • Navigate the user interface and administrative features of the Cisco Firepower 6.2 system, including advanced analysis and reporting functionality to properly assess threats
  • Describe the System Configuration and Health policies and implement them
  • Describe the role Network Discovery (Firepower) technology plays in the Cisco devices
  • Describe, create, and implement objects for use in Access Control policies
  • Create DNS and URL policies and configure Sinkholes
  • Configure FTD policies such as Platform, Routing, Interface, Zones, PreFilter, QoS, NAT and Flex Config!
  • Describe advanced policy configuration and Firepower system configuration options
  • Configure Malware Policies to find and stop Malware
  • Understand Security Intelligence, and how to configure SI to stop attacks NOW!
  • Configure policies to find and stop Ransomware
  • Understand how to fine tune IPS policies
  • Understand how to find tun Snort Preprocessor policies (NAP)
  • Configure Correlation events, white rules, traffic profiles and create respective events and remediate them
  • Analyze events
  • Create reporting templates and schedule them
  • Configure backups, rule updates, Firepower Recommendations, URL updates, and more to run every week automatically
  • Set up external authentication for users using LDAP/Realms
  • Configuring system integration, realms, and identity sources
  • Configure FMC domains and implement them
  • Configure FTD HA with two FTD devices
  • SSL Policy – decrypt your traffic
  • AnyConnect and Site-to-Site VPN
  • Understand network and host based AMP.  Configure and analyze host based AMP
  • Understand Cisco Identity Services Engine (ISE)
  • Configure ISE and integrate with Cisco FMC identity policy using PxGrid

Prerequisites:

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Course Overview:

This course delivers the technical knowledge, insight, and hands-on training to receive in-depth knowledge on Wireshark® and TCP/IP communications analysis. You will learn to use Wireshark to identify the most common causes of performance problems in TCP/IP communications. You will learn about the underlying theory of TCP/IP and the most used application protocols, so that you can intelligently examine network traffic for performance issues or possible Indicators of Compromise (IoC).

Duration: 5 Days

Audience:

Anyone interested in learning to troubleshoot and optimize TCP/IP networks and analyze network traffic with Wireshark, especially network engineers, information technology specialists, and security analysts.

Course Prerequisites:

We recommend that attendees of this course have the following prerequisite:
• Network+

Dates/Locations: No Events

Course Outline:

DAY ONE

Course Set Up and Analyzer Testing

Network Analysis Overview
Wireshark Functionality Overview
Capturing Wired and Wireless Traffic
Define Global and Personal Preferences for Faster Analysis
Defined Time Values and Interpret Summaries
Interpret Basic Trace File Statistics to Identify Trends
Create and Apply Display Filters for Efficient Analysis

DAY TWO

Follow Streams and Reassemble Data
Use Wireshark’s Expert System to Identify Anomalies
TCP/IP Analysis Overview
Analyze Common TCP/IP Traffic Patterns

DAY THREE

Graph I/O Rates and TCP Trends
802.11 (WLAN) Analysis Fundamentals
Voice over IP (VoIP) Analysis Fundamentals
Network Forensics Fundamentals

DAY FOUR

Detect Scanning and Discovery Processes
Analyze Suspect Traffic

DAY FIVE

Use Command‐Line Tools

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