Sectechs Offers Cyber security Offensive Courses in which Students get core concepts of Cyber security and learn how attacks works in real world and what are the scenarios, In every Offensive Security course we go through these four steps :
Firstly we offers beginner’s level course to our students, Cyber Security offensive Courses are Divided into 3 parts
- Beginner level
- Intermediate level
- Advance level
At beginner’s level we Offer CEH(Certified Ethical Hacker), CPTE(Certified Penetration Tester Engineer), GPEN(Network Penetration Tester), CHFI(Computer Hacking Forensic Investigator), OSWP(Offensive Security Wireless Professional)
In these courses student get basic concepts of Cyber security, Networking, Operating Systems, Applications and vulnerability in them and how to Exploit these Vulnerabilities
At Intermediate’s Level We offers OSCP( Offensive Security Certified professional), OSWE(Offensive Security Web Expert), ECSA(Ec-council Certified Security Analyst), GXPN(Advance Exploit Developer)
In these courses student learn about exploits and their working and how they execute, Especially how to bypass the firewalls and penetrate in intranet
At Advance’s Level We offers OSCE(Offensive Security Certified Expert), OSEE(Offensive Security Exploitation Expert), LPT(License Penetration Tester), CPTC(Certified Penetration Tester Consultant)
In these courses student learn how to make customized Exploits and Tools to exploit non-vulnerable Operating systems or networks in these courses student get core concepts Python penetration testing and how to deals with assembly and manipulates systems data with assembly language
Sectechs Offers Cyber Security Defensive courses to students, Cyber Security Defensive Courses are Divided into 2 parts
- Intermediate level
- Advance level
Initially we offers Beginner’s level to our students, CSCU(Certified Secure Computer User), CND(Certified Network Defender), ENSA(Ec-council Network Security Administrator), CVA(Certified Vulnerability Assessor)
In these courses student learns how to set rules on firewalls and check and maintain logs, These courses give Administrator level Knowledge to students
In Advance’s Level We Offers CNDA(Certified Network Defense Architect), CISSO(Certified Information Systems Security Officer), CompTIA Security+ and CompTIA CSA+
In these courses Student learn how to prevent his/her/Organization’s website to being hacked and set Advance level rules in firewalls and set advance advance level security checks
SECTECHS also offer courses of Cyber Security Management. Cyber security risks are a constantly evolving threat to an organisation’s ability to achieve its objectives and deliver its core functions. Security failings in today’s information-driven economy can result in significant long term expense to the affected organisations and substantially damage consumer trust and brand reputation. Sensitive customer information, intellectual property, and even the control of key machinery are increasingly at risk from cyber attack. The targeting of electronic assets has the potential to make a material impact on the entire organisation and possibly its partners. The topic of cyber security needs to move from being in the domain of the IT professional to that of the Executive and Board, where its consideration and mitigation can be commensurate with the risk posed. The traditional approach to thinking about cyber security in terms of building bigger walls (firewalls and antivirus software) – while still necessary – is no longer sufficient. A holistic approach to cyber security risk management – across the organisation, its network, supply chains and the larger ecosystem – is required.
Protect your reputation
Effective information systems are critical to the success of any organisation. Secure management of intellectual property and confidential or sensitive information provides competitive advantage and helps protect corporate reputation. This is true whether that information is in the form of a product design, a manufacturing process, a negotiating strategy or sensitive personal data. At the same time, the need to access and share information more widely, using a broad range of connecting technologies, increases the risk of that information becoming compromised or misappropriated. Compromise of information assets can damage organisations Compromise of information through, for example, staff error or the deliberate actions of an outsider could have a permanent or at least long-term impact on an organisation. A single successful attack could have a devastating impact upon an organisation’s financial standing or reputation. Information compromise can lead to material financial loss through loss of productivity, loss of intellectual property, reputational damage, recovery costs, investigation time, and regulatory and legal costs. This in turn could lead to reduced competitive advantage, lower market share, lower profits, adverse media coverage, bankruptcy, or even – where safetycritical systems may be concerned – loss of life. Boards and Executives need an accurate picture of the information assets critical to an organisation’s success. They also need to reassure themselves that they have up-to-date information on the known business security vulnerabilities and threats so they can make informed information risk decisions.
Many actors pose a risk to information
There are many types of actors who pose a risk to business via IT information
cyber criminals interested in making money through fraud or from the sale of
industrial competitors and foreign state actors interested in gaining an economic
advantage for their own companies or countries
hackers who find interfering with computer systems an enjoyable challenge
hacktivists who wish to attack companies for political or ideological motives
employees, or those who have legitimate access, either by accident or deliberate
The threat is not only technical Many attempts to compromise information involve what is known as “social
engineering”, or the skilful manipulation of people and human nature. It is often easier to trick someone into clicking on a malicious link in an email that they think is from a friend or colleague than it is to hack into a system, particularly if the recipient of the email is busy or distracted. There are also many well documented cases of hackers persuading IT support staff to open up areas of a network or reset passwords, simply by masquerading as someone trusted. The key is effective organisation-wide risk management
and awareness Being aware of potential threats is a normal part of risk management across organisations. Alongside financial, legal, HR and other business risks, companies need to consider what could threaten their critical information assets and what the impact would be if those assets were compromised in some way. The key is mitigating the majority of risks to critical information assets and being better able to reduce the impact of, and recover from, problems as they arise.
Put cyber security on the agenda before it becomes the agenda
Incorporate cyber risks into existing risk management and governance processes Cyber security is NOT implementing a checklist of requirements; rather it is managing cyber risks to an acceptable level. Managing cyber security risk as part of an organisation’s governance, risk management, and business continuity frameworks provides the strategic framework for managing cyber security risk throughout the organisation.
Elevate cyber risk management discussions to the Executive Executive engagement in defining the risk strategy and levels of acceptable risk enables more cost effective management of cyber risks that are aligned with business needs. Regular communication between the CEO and those held accountable for managing cyber risks provides awareness of current risks affecting the organisation and associated business impact. Implement industry standards and best practices, don’t rely on compliance
A comprehensive cyber security programme leverages industry standards and
best practices to protect systems and detect potential problems. It is supported by processes informed of current threats and enables timely response and recovery.
Compliance requirements help to establish a good cyber security baseline to
address known vulnerabilities, but do not adequately address new and dynamic threats, or counter sophisticated adversaries. Using a risk-based approach to apply cyber security standards and practices allows for more comprehensive and cost effective management of cyber risks than compliance activities alone.
Evaluate and manage your organisation’s specific cyber risks
Identifying critical assets and associated impacts from cyber threats are key to
understanding a company’s specific risk exposure– whether financial, competitive, reputational, or regulatory. Risk assessment results are a key input to identify and prioritise specific protective measures, allocate resources, inform long-term investments, and develop policies and strategies to manage cyber risks to an acceptable level.
Provide oversight and review Executives are responsible for managing and overseeing organisation risk management. Cyber oversight activities include the regular evaluation of cyber security budgets, IT acquisition plans, IT outsourcing, cloud services, incident reports, risk assessment results, and top-level policies. Develop and test incident response plans and procedures
Even a well-defended organisation will experience a cyber incident at some point. When network defences are penetrated, an organisation should have a clear idea of how to respond. Documented cyber incident response plans that are exercised regularly help to enable timely response and minimise impacts.
Coordinate cyber incident response planning across the organisation. Early
response actions can limit or even prevent possible damage. A key component
of cyber incident response preparation is planning in conjunction with the entire executive, business leaders, continuity planners, system operators, general counsel, and public affairs. This includes integrating cyber incident response policies and procedures with existing disaster recovery and business continuity plans. Maintain situational awareness of cyber threats Situational awareness of an organisation’s cyber risk environment involves timely detection of cyber incidents along with an awareness of current threats and vulnerabilities specific to the organisation and associated business impacts. Analysing, aggregating, and integrating risk data from various sources and participating in threat information sharing with partners helps organisations identify and respond to incidents quickly and ensure protective efforts are commensurate with risk. A network operations centre can provide real-time and trend data on cyber events. Business-line managers can help identify strategic risks, such as risks to the supply chain created through third party vendors or cyber interdependencies. Sector Information-Sharing and Analysis Centres, government and intelligence agencies, academic institutions, and research firms also serve as valuable sources of threat and vulnerability information that can be used to enhance situational awareness
We Initially Offers courses to our students CISA,CISM,CISSP,CCISO
Sectechs Appreciate those students, want to get Expert Level knowledge in offensive security course. Sectechs also make Custom courses for their student according to their interests and their requirements Some of the customized courses developed by Sectechs:
- Social Engineering
- Physical Penetration Testing
- Real project of Penetration Testing
- IOS Penetration Testing
- Android complete Penetration Testing