Star Security Cyber Analytics
The purpose of security analytics is to detect attacks as fast as possible, enable IT professionals to block or stop an attack and provide detailed information to reconstruct an attack. They do this by collecting, correlating and analyzing a wide range of data. By using Security analytics tools organizations implement real-time monitoring of servers, endpoints and network traffic, consolidate and coordinate diverse event data from application and network logs, and perform forensic analysis to better understand attack methods and system vulnerabilities. Taken together, these functions help security professionals assess how systems were compromised, which systems were affected and if an attack is still underway.
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- Analyzing Security and Associated Risks.
- Performing Penetration Testing.
- Analyzing the vulnerabilities in systems, networks and devices.
- Identify vulnerabilities and analyzing the same to prevent future threats and attacks.
Table Of Contents Outline:
1. Introduction to Cyber Security Analytics.
2. Exploring Investigation Techniques.
3. Exploring Security Appliances and their Implementation.
4. Packet analyzing.
5. Managing Vulnerabilities in your systems/Networks.
6. Protecting Vulnerabilities.
7. Identifying the Common Vulnerabilities of Networks and Systems.
8. Describing Incident Response.
9. Investigative Tools and Procedures.
10. Evaluating the Incident.
11. Mending the Incident.
12. Exploring the Security Design Principles and Concepts.
13. Identify and Access Management.
14. Implement Compensating Controls.
15. Dos and Donuts Software security.