Introduction to Cyber Attacks and Ethical Hacking

Cyber Attacks and Ethical Hacking
About this course:

This program is designed for anyone who wants to learn about Cyber Attacks and Ethical Hacking. No previous experience is required to attend this training. 

Learning Outcomes:

  • The participant will be able to learn Cybersecurity

  • The participant will be able to learn Information Security (InfoSec)

  • The participant will be able to learn the internet of things Risk Assessment and DO

Pertinent Information:

Topics Covered:

  • Introduction to Cybersecurity: Simple worm program, trojan horse login program, Unix kernel attack
  • Understanding Basic Security Frameworks: Purpose of Cybersecurity, threat types, confidentiality threat, availability threat
  • Examining Cyber Threats More Closely: Assets and infrastructure, calculating risk, threat trees and completeness of analysis
  • Introducing Security Risk Analysis: Mapping assets to threats, assignments, and reading

Schedule: This is a 10-hour training that will be divided into multiple sessions.

Cost: 15,000 MUR per participant

Payment plan: If you are unable to pay the full amount of the course at one time, please contact us for more options.

Discounts: Visit here to learn about how to apply for a refund through The Human Resource Development Council (HRDC).

Please contact us for more details. For more information about the cost of the course, payment plans, and HRDC or other refunds, please email us at training@tac.education