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    Cyber Security & Ethical Hacker Courses

    Objective of Cyber Courses in Dubai:

    Spoton provides this Ethical Hacker course as the security is a serious issue in the IT industry across the globe, especially with the IT market booming despite the prevailing economic uncertainties. While following best practices and security policies are very important, they cannot guarantee that your data safety will not be compromised. Ethical hacking and countermeasures serve to test and evaluate the security of the corporate environment in the real world, using real-world hacking tools and methodologies.

    Syllabus of Cyber Courses in Dubai:

    SPOTON takes you to step by step training starting from polishing your English grammar, explaining the do’s,  don’ts, and best practices needed on a  professional level.

    Syllabus :

    Introduction to OT (Operational Technology) Components:

    • Use case 1 – Water tank storage
    • Explaining the use case components
    • Explaining the use case requirements
    • What can be automated?
    • Active / Passive Components
    • Larger Scale
    • Connection of Active components
    • Data Representation & conversion
    • Data conversion with example
    • Input / Output
    • Field Devices types
    • Note to avoid confusion
    • The Control Logic
    • The Control Logic actions
    • Control Logic Cycle
    • Operation and Safety Considerations
    • Monitoring & Writing values
    • Maintenance
    • Safety Instrumented System (SIS)
    • SIS implementation
    • Data Historian

    Introduction to Distributed Control Systems (DCS) :

    • Use Case – Product Manufacturer
    • Production Phases
    • Discrete vs Process Manufacturing
    • Plant / Control
    • Distributed Control Systems
    • DCS Controllers
    • DCS Controller Programming
    • Languages Operator station (HMI)
    • DCS Layout – Eng WS

    Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) : 

    • SCADA main components
    • SCADA Server (MTU)
    • Programmable Logic Controller (PLC)
    • Remote Terminal Unit (RTU)
    • Programmable Automation Controller
    • (PAC) Intelligent Electronic Device (IED)
    • SCADA Alarms
    • SCADA Connections

    Operational Technology Vs Informational Technology :

    • OT Terminology
    • Terms under Operational
    • Technology IT / OT GAP
    • IT Network design
    • OT – Level 0
    • OT – Level 1
    • OT – Level 2
    • OT – Level 3
    • OT – Level 4
    • OT – Level 5
    • Purdue Reference Model
    • IT Within OT
    • Air-gapped OT networks
    • IT vs OT

    OT Communications and ProtoCols :

    • Recap on Sensors and Signals
    • Read Value
    • Write Value
    • Operational Technology Protocols by
    • Industry Introduction to Modbus
    • Modbus Communication types
    • Modbus TCP Type
    • PLC Memory Addresses
    • PLC Memory Address types and values
    • Modbus Request Format
    • Modbus RTU and RTU over TCP Format
    • Modbus TCP vs RTU
    • Modbus TCP Segment
    • Modbus Application Protocol Header
    • Modbus Protocol Data Unit (PDU)
    • Modbus TCP Request
    • Decoding Modbus TCP Request
    • Modbus Function Codes
    • How to read the RFC (Modbus)
    • LAB1: Modbus Simulator
    • LAB2: Wireshark Analysis of Modbus
    • LAB3: Connect HMI to Modbus simulator

    Operational Technology Cyber Security Controls :

    • Network Assists Discovery
    • Network Discovery (Agentless)
    • Network Discovery (Visual)
    • Endpoint Security
    • Identity and Access Management (IAM)
    • Intrusion Detection
    • NGFW and Intrusion Prevention
    • Network Access Control
    • Secure Remote Access
    • OT is insecure by design
    • OT Cybersecurity Compliance.
    Module 1: “Introduction To Cryptography”
    • Welcome
    • The information Security Field
    • InfoSec Culture
    • Career Opportunities
    • Information Security Terms
    • Cryptography and VPNs
    • Wireshark Introduction
    • Binary Arithmetic Basics
    • Bitwise Operations
    • Hexadecimal Arithmetic
    Module 2: “Networking”
    • Protocols
    • IP
    • Routing
    • Link Layer Devices and Protocols
    • TCP and UDP
    • Firewalls and Network Defenses
    • DNS
    • Wireshark
    Module 3: “Web Applications”
    • Introduction
    • HTTP Protocol Basics
    • HTTP Cookies
    • Sessions
    • Same Origin Policy
    • Burp Suite
    Module 4: “Penetration Testing”
    • Introduction
    • Lifecycle of Penetration Test
    • Engagement
    • Information Gathering
    • Foot printing and Scanning
    • Vulnerability Assessment
    • Exploitation
    • Reporting
    Module 5: “Introduction to Programming”
    • What is programming
    • Low and high-level languages
    • Programming vs. Scripting
    • Basic concepts
    • Variables
    • Functions
    • Conditional Statements
    • Loops
    • Understanding the Code
    • Conclusion
    Module 6: “Python”
    • What is python
    • Variables and types
    • Input / Output
    • Control flow
    • Lists
    • Dictionaries
    • Functions
    • Modules
    • Scripting for pen testers
    • Network sockets
    • Port scanning
    • Backdoor
    • HTTP
    • Login brute forcing
    • Python assisted hacking
    Module 7: “Command Line Scripting”
    • Bash shell
    • Bash environment
    • Bash commands and programs
    • Bash output redirectors and special characters
    • Bash conditional statements and loops
    • Windows command line
    • Windows environment
    • Windows commands and programs
    • Windows output redirectors and special characters
    • Windows conditional statements and loops
    • Information gathering
    • Introduction
    • Open-source Intelligence
    • Subdomain enumeration
    • Importance of information gathering
    Module 9: “Footprinting and scanning”
    • Mapping network
    • OS fingerprinting
    • Port Scanning
    Module 10: “Vulnerability Assessment”
    • Vulnerability assessment
    • Nessus
    Module 11: “Web Application Attacks”
    • Introduction
    • HTTP/S Protocol Basics
    • Web server fingerprinting
    • HTTP Verbs
    • Directories and file enumeration
    • Google Hacking
    • Cross Site Scripting (XSS)
    • SQL Injections
    • Encoding
    • Web application proxies
    • Other common web attacks
    • File and resource attacks
    Module 12: “System Attacks”
    • Malware
    • Viruses
    • Trojan Horses
    • Backdoors
    • Rootkits
    • Bootkits
    • Adware
    • Spyware
    • Greyware
    • Dialer
    • Keylogger
    • Bots
    • Ransomware
    • Data-stealing malware
    • Worms
    Module 13: “Password attacks”
    • Brute force algorithm
    • Brute forcing weaknesses
    • John the Ripper
    • Dictionary attacks
    • Hashcat
    • Conclusion
    Module 14: “Buffer Overflow Attacks”
    • Buffers
    • Stack
    • The stack in applications
    • How buffer overflow attacks work
    Module 15: “Network Attacks”
    • Authenticating Cracking
    • Brute force vs. Dictionary Attacks
    • Weak and default credentials
    • Authentication cracking tools
    • Hydra
    Module 16: “Windows shares”
    • NetBIOS
    • Shares
    • UNC Paths
    • Administrative shares
    • Badly configured shares
    Module 17: “Null Sessions”
    • Enumerating windows shares
    • Checking for Null Sessions
    • Exploiting Null sessions
    • About null sessions
    Module 18: “ARP Poisoning”
    • ARP poisoning actors
    • Gratuitous ARP replies
    • Forwarding and mangling packets
    • Local to remote Man in the Middle
    • Dsniff Arpspoof
    Module 19: “Metasploit”
    • MSFConsole
    • Identifying a vulnerable service
    • Searching
    • Configuring an exploit
    • Configuring a payload
    • Running an exploit
    Module 20: “Meterpreter”
    • Bind and reverse
    • Launching meterpreter
    • Sessions
    • Information gathering with meterpreter
    • Privilege escalation
    • Dumping the password database
    • Exploring the victim system
    • Uploading and downloading files
    • Running OS Shell
    • Beyond Remote Code Execution
    Module 21: “Forensic Investigation”
    • Computer Forensics Today
    • Computer Forensics Investigation Process
    • Hard Disks & File Systems
    • Data Acquisition
    • Anti-Forensics Techniques
    • Operating System Forensics
    • Network Forensics
    • Web Attack Investigation
    • Database Forensics
    • Forensics with the Cloud
    • Malware
    • Email Investigation
    • Mobile
    • Forensic Reporting
    • Course Summary

    Module 1: Cloud Computing & Microsoft Azure Fundamentals

    • Introduction to Azure
    • Azure Regions and Data Centres
    • Different segments SaaS, PaaS, and IaaS

    Module 2: Understanding of Microsoft Azure portal

    • Introduction to all Azure services
    • Windows Azure Subscription
    • Setting Up a Trial Subscription

    Module 3: Azure Virtual Machines

    • Operating System Images Supported
    • Virtual Machine instances
    • Azure VM types and Pricing
    • Types of Provisioning
    • Disks & Images
    • Virtual Machine management, automation and scripting
    • Cloud Service and Resource Model Deployment
    • VM Availability using Availability Sets
    • Setting up VM in Availability set using Load Balanced Endpoint

    Module 4: Introduction to Azure Virtual Network and Services

    • Types of Azure Virtual Network VNET to VNET, point-to-site and site-to-site, Express Route
    • Creating Virtual Networks in Azure
    • Azure Subnet and IP ranges
    • Endpoints
    • Load Balancing Endpoints
    • Introduction to Azure Traffic Manager
    • Available options in Azure Traffic Manager
    • Understanding of Deployment Traffic Manager
    • Understanding Network ACL and Network Security Group Setting up Private and Public IP

    Module 5: Overview of Microsoft Azure Storage

    • Storage Account
    • Storage Account Replication Techniques
    • Protocols and Consistency Model
    • Type of Azure Storage Account
    • Storage Services Blob, Table, queue, File
    • Azure CDN Services, Managed and Unmanaged Disk

    Module 6: Manage Azure Active Directory (AD)

    • Azure Architecture Center
    • Cache-aside pattern
    • Azure SQL DB
    • Azure Data Lakes
    • Create and Deploy Azure Data Lake and CosmosDB
    • Cloud design patterns
    • Sharding Pattern
    • Azure Elastic Pool
    • Azure Data Factory & CosmosDB

    Module 7: Manage App Service Plans

    • App Service Overview
    • App Service monitoring overview
    • Web Role and Worker Role

    Module 8: Azure Backup and Site Recovery

    • Azure Vaults
    • Configuring backups
    • Data Protection Manager
    • Azure Site Recovery and Disaster Recovery
    • On Premise Migration using Recovery Services

    Module 9: Configure Server less Computing

    • Server less Computing, Functions and Logic Apps

    Module 10: Manage App Services

    • App Settings
    • Deployment Slots

    Module 11: Azure Container Service

    • Introduction to Azure Container Service
      • Overview of Containers
      • Introduction to Azure Container Registry
      • Azure Kubernetes Service

    Benefits of Cyber Course in Dubai:

    • Easier advancement
    • Higher learnings
    • International recognition
    • Certification of completion
    • Access to recorded sessions

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