With all the cybersecurity systems we have developed, we still aren’t immune enough from one of the biggest cybersecurity threats. Users are easier to hack than computers and only one human mistake can ruin even the most advanced cybersecurity system. That’s why we created the course “Social Engineering & Phishing Mastery” which uncovers tactics and techniques known as social engineering. You’ll learn how attackers gather information on their targets and what information available online is useful for them. You’ll find out how to secure Red Team infrastructure, prepare an efficient payload, and bypass security solutions. All of that working with publicly available tools deployed by scammers every day. Outthinking attackers is just one part of this course. You’ll also cover best practices for reporting and discover how to use what you’ve learned on this course to protect the cybersecurity infrastructure of your company or organization.
After investing in cybersecurity to protect their systems and data from the possibility of a cyberattack, many companies want to make sure their security countermeasures are effective by conducting a penetration test. But who can they trust to evaluate the effectiveness of security countermeasures? Considering the oft-quoted statistic that around 80% of all cyberattacks are the result of human error, it’s not surprising many people believe that the success of a penetration test lies largely in the skill and experience of the testers. Now, you have the opportunity to prove that you have the skills and experience they need when you complete our advanced cybersecurity training: “Infrastructure Pentesting: Hackers Perspective or Notes From the Field.” This advanced training, which requires a foundational understanding of Powercat and Inveigh tools, is a recorded training extracted from our AWSC 2020 edition. In less than three hours, this training based on real-world scenarios will equip you with the skills and know-how to conduct effective pentest and vulnerability management. We highly recommend this advanced training to penetration testers and any cybersecurity expert eager to develop their skill set and advance their career.
In a world where identity theft is rampant and data breaches occur constantly, protecting identity has become the new security perimeter for Azure and other cloud technologies. Effective pentesting needs to identify all types of possible attacks so any weak links in the infrastructure can be rectified or eliminated. Most large companies have already migrated or are planning to migrate to the cloud, and it is highly likely many small and medium companies will follow suit. These companies will need effective pentesting to ensure their cloud or hybrid IT infrastructure is secure without exposed points of entry as easy targets for cyberattackers. You can be in high demand for your penetration testing skills when you complete our advanced cybersecurity training: “Deep Dive into Penetration Testing on Azure and Other Cloud Technologies.” This short and intensive training is a recorded training extracted from our AWSC 2020 edition. In just a little over two hours, you’ll learn advanced pentesting techniques through real-world case studies, demos, and examples. You don’t need to worry about spending long time on learning new skills — this advanced training is compressed to the size of the byte and intensive. You are guaranteed to walk away with actionable insights you can implement right away to boost your career. We highly recommend this advanced training to Penetration Testers, Security Administrators, Security Consultant and any cybersecurity expert eager to develop their skill set and advance their career.
Cybercriminals are constantly developing more sophisticated ways to hack into systems. According to an April 2021 report, between the third and fourth quarters of 2020 :
To protect organisations and people from cybercrime, we have a duty to continuously level up our skills. That’s why we created this advanced cybersecurity training: “Cheating on Windows, Fuzzing and Buffer Overflow: Attack Scenarios and Protection Methods.” This advanced training is a recorded lesson extracted from our AWSC 2020 edition. In just 2 hours, you’ll learn how to identify buffer-overflow vulnerabilities in Windows applications, exploit remote code execution vulnerability, and use various modern mitigations for vulnerabilities. In short, you will learn how to apply additional mitigations against software attacks in a short time. We highly recommend this advanced training to cybersecurity specialists, penetration testers, offensive security specialists, and any cybersecurity expert wanting to add to their repertoire of skills and boost their career.
The use of Microsoft’s Active Directory (AD) remains very popular. It is the core of nearly every organisation’s network environment. While AD provides many benefits to organizations, one of the major drawbacks is the potential for abuse by malicious parties. Cybercriminals have long targeted Active Directory (AD) as a valuable prize in their quest to gain full control over a network. The consequences of this can be dire. That’s why businesses worldwide are willing to pay top dollar for cybersecurity experts who can detect and mitigate these types of advanced attacks. You can be in high-demand for these skills when you complete our advanced cybersecurity training: “Advanced Attacks Against Active Directory.” This advanced course is a recorded training extracted from our AWSC 2019 edition. In just 2 hours, you’ll learn how to implement a defense strategy to protect an Active Directory. We highly recommend this advanced training to cybersecurity specialists, penetration testers, system administrators, infrastructure administrators, and any cybersecurity expert eager to develop their skill set and advance their career.