The Linux Application and Configuration (CLAC) course provides students an understanding of Linux operating systems, commands, and capabilities. Students will work with real Linux systems in real environments and will leverage commands, applications, and toolsets to complete tasks in a cybersecurity environment.
ISACA’s The Future of IT Audit: Research Brief reveals the opportunities and challenges that
await the IT audit professional and sheds light on the IT audit profession in general. In this paper,
ISACA presents survey findings related to the involvement of auditors in technology projects
within their enterprise, the technology challenges faced by auditors, the perceived impact of
automation and artificial intelligence (AI), and the IT audit staffing implications and workforce
development issues caused by new technologies.
The Network Application and Configuration (CNAC) course provides students a fundamental understanding of how to establish, enhance, and enable organizational networks. Students will work with real networks in real environments and will leverage real tools, techniques, and skills to complete tasks in a cybersecurity environment.
The Vulnerability and Exploitation Course (CVEC) provides students, who possess a basic understanding of penetration testing, a deeper understanding of vulnerability identification and exploitation capabilities. Students will work with real systems in real environments and will leverage real vulnerability analysis and exploitation tools in a live environment.
The Advanced Exploitation Course (CAEC) provides students, who possess an in-depth understanding of penetration testing, a deeper understanding of traversing complex networks. Students will work with real systems in real environments and will leverage real exploitation and pivoting tools in a live environment.
The CSX Threat Hunting Course provides students an in-depth, hands-on, technical training experience wherein they become cybersecurity threat hunters by dealing with real world vulnerabilities, exploitations, and attacks. The course, which covers advanced technical topics ranging from exploitation and threat creation to covert communications hack response, ensures that students are tactically trained and ready to hunt down today’s threat actors in live environments.