Cyber Leader Course (CLC)

Upcoming Courses

 

November 27 – 28, 2018 | February 20 – 21, 2019

 

Cost (single seat): $1,500

Course Length: 2 Days

Recommended for: Leadership

Additional group and government discounts available. Contact Parrot Labs for more information.

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What will you get out of CLC?

 

Students learn processes, techniques and terminology used by cyber professionals to explain, discover and prevent threats to enterprise networks and sensitive information.

What does CLC offer?

 
  • Textbook to accompany instruction
  • Realistic scenarios for leaders who are involved in cybersecurity fields with an emphasis on learning through experience
  • Hands on exploitation experience with “big picture” information
 

Why should you enroll in CLC?

 

Learn processes, techniques, and terminology used by cyber professionals to explain, discover and prevent threats to enterprise networks and sensitive business information. 

  • Use real client-side exploits against web browsers
  • Learn the methodologies used by real-world attackers
  • Master strategies to implement defense-in-depth to defend networks
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What topics are covered in CLC?

 

CYBER THREAT LANDSCAPE OVERVIEW

  • Discuss current real-world hacking events
  • Review hacker methodologies
  • Demonstrate common exploitation techniques
 

THREATS AND MALWARE OVERVIEW

  • Describe malware, such as worms, viruses, and rootkits
  • Learn hacker strategies to bypass network defenses
  • Demonstrate real-world techniques
 

CYBER POLICY

  • Understand different roles in the cyber workforce
  • Discuss key policy documents and their implications
  • Examine legal and industry regulation
 

CYBER DEFENSIVE STRATEGIES

  • Demonstrate cyber defense operations
  • Discuss the functions of security devices, such as firewalls, intrusion detection systems and antivirus
 

INCIDENT RESPONSE

  • Describe the functions of incident-response teams
  • Learn the incident response lifecycle
  • Practice building an incident response plan