Learn Network Forensics
The Network Forensics skill path helps you fully understand how systems are compromised and what traces are left behind by attackers on the network. You'll learn the concepts, techniques and tools used to analyze logs, protocols, wireless, web traffic and email.
Network Forensics training
This learning path is designed to build a foundation of knowledge and skills around network forensics. As you progress through eight courses, you’ll learn the fundamentals of network design, network forensics tools and best practice, and how to perform analysis on a variety of data, including logs, TCP/IP protocols, wireless devices and component areas, web traffic and email. Upon completion, you’ll have the knowledge and skills required to conduct a networks forensics investigation.
Learning path components
What you’ll learn.
- Network structure
- Forensics concepts and techniques
- Firewalls, intrusion detection systems and other tools
- Performing analysis on logs, protocols, email and web traffic
- And more!
Who is this for?
A Network+ certification, or equivalent knowledge and experience, is recommended.
This skill path is designed for:
- Network administrators
- System administrators
- Cybersecurity analysts
- IT/security professionals being tasked with corporate forensics
- Anyone who wants to learn network forensics!
Network Traffic Analysis Cyber Range
This cyber range allows you to learn and practice useful skills related to analyzing network traffic. You will work with Terminal Shark (TShark), Scapy and other tools to identify common network protocols, examine malware communications, extract transmitted files, filter output to display specific information, view communication statistics and much more. The labs in this range involve examining network capture files as well as capturing live traffic.
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