Course

Performing Active Asset and Network Analysis

This course teaches how to analyze incidents with Windows- and Linux-based tools, use methods and tools for malware analysis, and analyze common indicators of potential compromise.

    Syllabus

  • Analyze Incidents with Windows-Based Tools Video — 00:18:51
    • This video examines using Regedit and other Windows-based tools to find and reverse malicious exploits.

  • Analyze Incidents with Linux-Based Tools Video — 00:06:02
    • This video covers Linux file system and process tools to identify and remediate exploits.

  • Analyze Malware Video — 00:11:07
    • This video discusses how to analyze malware samples.

  • Analyze Indicators or Compromise Video — 00:17:55
    • This video illustrates how to find and remediate indicators of compromise (IOCs).

Syllabus

Course description

The analysis you perform on log data is important, but it tends to remain static. Most of the intelligence you’ll be gathering and analyzing from logs will be actionable only after the event is either underway or already finished. So, to complement this static analysis, you need something a bit more dynamic. That’s why, in this lesson, you’ll take a more active approach to analyzing your organizational assets.

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    • 190+ role-guided learning paths and assessments (e.g., Incident Response)
    • 100s of hands-on labs in cloud-hosted cyber ranges
    • Create and assign custom learning paths
    • Custom certification practice exams (e.g., CISSP, CISA)
    • Optional upgrade: Guarantee team certification with live boot camps

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