About this courseSkip About this course
This course is designed to help you manage an enterprise security incident, while avoiding common errors, increasing both the effectiveness and efficiency of your incident response efforts.
What you'll learnSkip What you'll learn
After completing this course, students will be able to:
- Effectively prioritize the response to a security incident
- Build a computer security incident response team (CSIRT)
- Develop an incident response action plan
- List appropriate post-incident activities
- What is threat modelling?
- The need for incident response plans
- Assess vulnerabilities in your environment
- Establish routine monitoring and review of network traffic and system performance
- Log analysis
- Incident Response Policy, Plan, and Procedure Creation
- Creation of a CSIRT
- Establish CSIRT team roles
- Establish governing policy
- Initial assessment of incident
- Attack vectors
- What are false positives and false negatives?
- Determine the nature of the attack
- Identify the systems that have been compromised
- Choosing a containment strategy
- Post-incident activity
- Protect the evidence while restoring functionality
- Recommendations and Lessons learned
- Security incident report
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