Learning Path

ICS/SCADA Security Fundamentals (2019 release)

    Syllabus

  • Identification and AAA Course — 00:14:12
  • Access Control Fundamentals Course — 00:21:58
  • Resiliency and Automation Course — 00:09:16
  • Physical Security Course — 00:09:46
    • Discover how common physical and environment security controls relate to information security in this brief overview course.

  • Introduction to Security Controls Course — 00:17:49
  • Threats and Threat Actors Course — 01:00:47
    • Build your knowledge of popular threats, including malware and social engineering as well as application, wireless and cryptographic attacks.

  • Security Technologies and Tools Course — 01:11:23
    • Explore the uses of common information security technology and tools as you progress through this nine-video introductory course.

  • Introduction to SCADA Security Course — 00:18:35
  • ICS Protocols Course — 00:54:38
  • SCADA Cyber Range Course — 03:14:00
    • This cyber range helps you develop your knowledge of SCADA and Industrial Control System (ICS) security by practicing on cloud-hosted virtual machines. You’ll build and reinforce your skills as you progress through labs covering a wide range of SCADA security topics, including reconnaissance, scanning, honeypots, attacks and exploits. You’ll also perform several Capture the Flag (CTF) exercises designed to validate your new SCADA security skills.

Syllabus

What you will learn

This learning path introduces the challenges related to securing industrial control systems. You’ll build your ICS/SCADA knowledge by progressing through nine courses. Then test your new skills on the cyber range across 15 hands-on labs. Upon completion, you’ll have a proven baseline of knowledge and skills required to help keep those systems safe.

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How to claim CPEs

Should you complete this learning path, you’ll be able to download a certificate of completion. Use this to claim your CPEs or CPUs.

Associated NICE Work Roles

All Infosec training maps directly to the NICE Workforce Framework for Cybersecurity to guide you from beginner to expert across 52 Work Roles.

  • All-Source Analyst
  • Mission Assessment Specialist
  • Exploitation Analyst

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