A practical demonstration of possible attack scenarios allowing a malicious actor to bypass security controls in your corporate network and obtain high privileges in important systems.
An in-depth hunt for business logic flaws and implementation vulnerabilities in applications of any kind, from large cloud-based solutions to embedded and mobile applications.
Comprehensive analysis of the hardware and software components of various payment systems, revealing potential fraud scenarios and vulnerabilities that can result in financial transaction manipulation.
Case-specific threat modelling and vulnerability assessment of Industrial Control Systems and their components, providing an insight into your existing attack surface and the corresponding business impact of potential attacks.
Specialised research focused on identifying security problems related to mission-critical components of modern transportation infrastructure, from Automotive to Aerospace.
Detailed evaluation of highly-interconnected devices and their backend infrastructure, revealing vulnerabilities in firmware, network, and application layers.
Threat Intelligence-driven adversary simulation helping to evaluate the effectiveness of your security monitoring capabilities and incident response procedures
Detects compromise attempts using a combination of approaches, including threat intelligence, vulnerability assessment and incident investigation
Timely identification of security incidents mitigates their impact before it becomes apparent and protects your resources from similar attacks in future
Covering the entire incident investigation cycle to completely eliminate the threat to your organisation.
Analysis of the digital evidence relating to a cybercrime, leading to the creation of a comprehensive report detailing all relevant findings
Providing you with a complete picture of the behavior and functionality of specific malware files.
Courses will guide your in-house team through all of the stages of the incident response process and equip them with the comprehensive knowledge needed for successful incident remediation.
Courses provide the knowledge needed to analyse malicious software, to collect IoCs (Indicators of Compromise), to write signatures for detecting malware on infected machines, and to restore infected/encrypted files and documents.
Courses are designed to fill experience gaps – developing and enhancing practical skills in searching for digital cybercrime tracks and in analysing different types of data for restoring attack timelines and sources.
Participants will learn how to write the most effective Yara rules, how to test them and how to improve them to the point where they find threats that are undiscoverable by others.
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