Investigate countless aspects of incident handling and responses
About This Video
Cyber attacks take place every minute of the day around the World. Incident response is an organized approach to addressing and managing the aftermath of a security breach or attack. Responding to any incident rapidly will help your organization minimize losses, mitigate any vulnerabilities, restore services and processes as quickly as possible, and reduce the risk of being attacked in the future. Incident responses prepare an organization for the unknown and is a dependable method for detecting a security instance instantly when it occurs.
In this course, you will get to know the core principles of hands-on Incident Response (IR). You will look at some major symptoms, defenses against them, and what to do when an incident happens. You will learn about the actual process of detecting incidents and how to respond to them. You will explore the actual workflow steps that every security professional should follow to make sure you are consistent in all incidents that are currently affecting you as well as future ones. Moving on, you will delve into some more common incidents that take place in your networks by looking at how to handle and respond to issues such as a DoS, a session hijack, or even malicious code. You will be able to differentiate between commodity and Advanced Persistent Threat attack groups. You will explore how to review alerts, log files, and recognize common character encodings and carrier files.
By the end of this course, you will be ready to take on the task of responding to events and incidents alike and you'll be able to identify different signs that may indicate you've had an incident or one's coming your way.
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