Defensive Security

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A Refresher on Defensive Security Concepts

1
DS – Deep dive into the core of cybersecurity
2
DS – Managing cybersecurity’s legendary pain point: Passwords
3
DS – Mastering defense in depth
4
DS – Comparing the blue and red teams

Managing Threats - Vulnerabilities and Risks

1
DS – Understanding cybersecurity vulnerabilities and threats
2
DS – Managing cybersecurity risks
3
DS – The NIST Cybersecurity Framework
4
DS – Creating an effective Business Continuity Plan (BCP)
5
DS – Implementing a best-in-class DRP

Comprehending Policies | Procedures | Compliance and Audits

1
DS – Creating world-class cybersecurity policies and procedures
2
DS – Understanding and achieving compliance
3
DS – Exploring, creating, and managing audits
4
DS – Applying a CMM

Patching Layer 8

1
DS – Understanding layer 8 – the insider threat
2
DS – Mastering the art of social engineering
3
DS – Defending against social engineering attacks (patching layer 8)

Cybersecurity Technologies and Tools

1
DS – Advanced wireless tools for cybersecurity
2
DS – Pentesting tools and methods
3
DS – Applying forensics tools and methods
4
DS – Dealing with APTs
5
DS – Leveraging security threat intelligence
6
DS – Converting a threat into a solution

Securing Windows Infrastructures

1
DS – Applying Windows hardening
2
DS – Creating a patching strategy
3
DS – Applying security to AD
4
DS – Mastering endpoint security
5
DS – Leveraging encryption

Hardening a Unix Server

1
DS – Securing Unix services
2
DS – Applying secure file permissions
3
DS – Enhancing the protection of the server by improving your access controls
4
DS – Configuring host-based firewalls
5
DS – Advanced management of logs

Enhancing Your Network Defensive Skills

1
DS – Using the master tool of network mapping – Nmap
2
DS – Improving the protection of wireless networks
3
DS – Introducing Wireshark
4
DS – Working with IPS/IDS

Deep Diving into Physical Security

1
DS – Understanding physical security and associated threats
2
DS – Physical security mechanisms
3
DS – Mastering physical security

Applying IoT Security

1
DS – Understanding the Internet of Things
2
DS – Understanding IoT networking technologies
3
DS – Improving IoT security
4
DS – Creating cybersecurity hardware using IoT-enabled devices
5
DS – Bonus track – Understanding the danger of unauthorized IoT devices

Secure Development and Deployment on the Cloud

1
DS – Secure deployment and implementation of cloud applications
2
DS – Securing Kubernetes and APIs
3
DS – Hardening database services
4
DS – Testing your cloud security

Mastering Web App Security

1
DS – Gathering intelligence about your site/web application
2
DS – Leveraging DVWA
3
DS – Overviewing the most common attacks on web applications
4
DS – Using Burp Suite
5
DS – SQL injection attack on DVWA
6
DS – Brute forcing web applications’ passwords

Vulnerability Assessment Tools

1
DS – Dealing with vulnerabilities
2
DS – Using a vulnerability assessment scanner (OpenVAS)
3
DS – Overview of Nexpose Community

Malware Analysis

1
DS – Why should I analyze malware?
2
DS – Types and categories of malware analysis
3
DS – Best malware analysis tools
4
DS – Performing malware analysis

Leveraging Pentesting for Defensive Security

1
DS – Understanding the importance of logs
2
DS – Knowing your enemy’s best friend – Metasploit
3
DS – Other offensive hacking tools

Practicing Forensics

1
DS – Introduction to digital forensics
2
DS – Digital forensics on defensive security
3
DS – Forensics platforms
4
DS – Finding evidence
5
DS – Mobile forensics
6
DS – Managing the evidence (from a legal perspective)

Achieving Automation of Security Tools

1
DS – Why bother with automation?
2
DS – Types of automated attacks
3
DS – Automation of cybersecurity tools using Python
4
DS – Cybersecurity automation with the Raspberry Pi

The Master's Compilation of Useful Resources

1
DS – Free cybersecurity templates
2
DS – Must-have web resources
3
DS – Industry-leading best practices
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