Become a Certified Computer Security Incident Handler (CSIH)
The Certified Computer Security Incident Handler (CSIH) certification path covers the essential information you need to know in order to properly detect, contain and mitigate security incidents. You'll learn the ins and outs of incident response, as well as the tools of the trade used by incident responders on a daily basis.
Certified Computer Security Incident Handler training
This learning path goes in-depth into cyber incident response and prepares you to pass the CERT-Certified Computer Security Incident Handler (CSIH) exam. As you progress through 20 courses tied to five the CSIH domains, you’ll learn how to build an incident response team and process, monitor networks and collect incident data, conduct forensics on a variety of technologies, prioritize and analyze events, and carry out a response plan that limits the impact of incidents and repairs any damage. Upon completion, you’ll have the knowledge and skills necessary to mitigate cyber incidents and earn your CSIH certification.
Learning path components
CSIH Custom Practice Exam
Building Incident Response Team
Reverse Engineering Concepts
Cell Phone Forensics
Windows Swap File
Dealing with Passwords and Encryption
Role of the Computer Forensic Examiner
Cyber Attacks Overview
Incident Response Process
Introduction to Incident Response
Stages of Incident Response
Web Traffic Analysis
Network Security Technologies
Network Forensics Concepts
What you’ll learn.
The CERT-CSIH certification exam covers five primary domains:
- Protect infrastructure
- Event/incident detection
- Triage & analysis
Who is this for?
At least one year experience in incident handling or equivalent security-related experience is recommended. This certification path is designed for:
- Incident response professionals
- Computer emergency response team (CERT) members
- System and network administrators
- Technical staff looking to learn incident response
- Anyone looking to build their incident response skills and get certified!
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