Cyber Security | From Sorborn University

Who is this course for?

  • The Cyber security course is designed for beginners.
  • Basic Mathematics Knowledge required.
  • School Kids, Engineers, Designers, and anyone looking to learn Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Deep Learning & Programming.
  • All those who want to enhance their skill set and find a potential business & job opportunity in the space of Cyber security, IT, Programming.

Course Modules

  • Cyber space
  • Cyber Security
  • Password
  • Common Passwords
  • Endpoint Security
  • Creating a Password
  • Table 1: Tips for Password Management

Calculations – Computation – Communication

  • Computing
  • Communication
  • Calculations

Essentials of Cyber Security Concept

  • Cyber Security and Information Security
  • Fundamentals of Information Assurance
  • Concept of CIA Triad

Functioning of Internet and Network Layers

  • Internet Protocol Address
  • Domain Name System
  • Actions on the Internet after Clicking a Link
  • Layered Architecture of Networks

Basic Threats and Vulnerabilities Part -I

  • Threats through Emails
  • Malicious Codes or Malware Threats
  • Threat Classification

Basic Threats and Vulnerabilities Part -II

  • Virus
  • Virus Grouping

Basic Threats and Vulnerabilities Part – III

  • Worms
  • Classification of Worms
  • Trojan
  • Table 2: How do you find out when your system is infected? Symptoms
  • Table 3: Defence against Computer Infection

Additional Threats and Vulnerabilities

  • Spyware
  • Types of Spyware
  • Botnets

Exploitation: Threats and Vulnerabilities

  • SQL Injections
  • Buffer Overflow
  • Table 2: How do you find out when your system is infected? Symptoms
  • Table 3: Defence against Computer Infection
  • Cross Site Scripting

New Trends in Cyber Threats and Attacks

  • Actors on the Scene
  • Possible Targets
  • Advanced Persistent Threat
  • Blended Threats
  • DoS (Denial of Service) Attack.
  • Ransomware.
  • Insider Threats and Attacks
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