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Certified Specialist in Digital Security


  • The course includes practical sessions, video tutorials, and examples of viruses and white and black hacking tools.
  • Participants are provided with the latest research and articles.
  • As part of the course, participants conduct risk assessments for different publications based on ISO 27001, identifying direct and indirect threats, security exposures, and potential weaknesses.
  • Participants learn through security examples and identify best practices for securing their organizations and associated assets.
  • Copies of books on dealing with electronic extortion, denial of service (DDoS/DoS) handbooks, and criminal investigations are distributed.

Course Objectives:

By the end of the course, participants will be able to:

  • Apply information security standards to their organization and critical assets.
  • Identify threats posed by viruses, malware, active codes, active persistent threats (APT), and explore various mitigating options.
  • Formulate and manage effective cybersecurity teams, implement Computer Security Incident Response Team (CSIRT) frameworks, and acquire necessary tools and capabilities for cost-effective effectiveness and robust organizational protection.
  • Utilize Neural Linguistic Programming (NLP) to deliver messages that can change employee behavior and promote secure thinking.
  • Examine wireless network security protocols, their security features, and potential security vulnerabilities within the organization and public spaces.
  • Understand penetration testing and ethical hacking to enhance organizational security.
  • Evaluate modern security challenges: Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) and Artificial Intelligence advancements.

Target Audience:

  • IT professionals, security and auditing specialists, website administrators, general management personnel, individuals responsible for managing and protecting the safety of electronic network infrastructure, and anyone familiar with information technology/internet/digital security.

Program Content:

  • Adapting to evolving standards.
  • Information security standards (e.g., PCI-DSS/ISO27001).
  • Accredited tools:
    • ISO/IEC 27001.
    • PAS 555.
  • Control objectives for information technology (COBIT).
  • Future standards:
    • ISO/IEC 2017.
    • European Union privacy laws.
  • Local and international government requirements and access to private data.

Information Technology Security Principles:

  • Organizational security.
  • External defenses.
  • Web filtering.
  • Intrusion Prevention Systems (IPS).
  • Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS).
  • Firewalls.
  • Insurance law.
  • Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC).
  • Potential security vulnerabilities within developed applications.
  • Wi-Fi security protocols and features.
  • Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) security.
  • Governance, Risk, and Compliance (GRC) risks.
  • Security Event Management (SEIM) applications.
  • Cloud security.
  • Third-party and compliance.

Adopting Security Measures:

  • Security personnel visualization through Neural Linguistic Programming (NLP).
  • Security education and awareness: technologies, systems, methodologies.
  • Penetration testing.
  • Ethical hacking.
  • Options for mitigating viruses, malware, active code threats, and persistent active threats (APT).
  • CSIRT frameworks, tools, capabilities, and teams.
  • Incident response initial methodologies: evidence preservation, tools, systems.
  • Digital forensics application: applicable laws, capabilities, methodologies.
  • Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA): security requirements, operations, methodologies.
  • Image abuse: compliance with local and international laws.

Building Internet Security Teams:

  • Establishing and managing a Security Operations Center (SOC).
  • Corporate Security Organization Development Framework.
  • Formulating and deploying Computer Security Incident Response Teams (CSIRT).
  • Detailed security incident and operational deployment of Security Information and Event Management (SIEM).
  • Risks associated with I/O security (e.g., USB, CDs, other media).
  • Risks of active code injection and mitigation techniques.

Advanced Internet Security Risks and Tools:

  • Cybercrime and darknet/darkweb: the world of hacking and ideologically motivated hackers.
  • Underground cybercriminal activities.
  • Social engineering as a tool to test operational resilience.
  • Smart Open Source Intelligence (OSINT).
  • Artificial Intelligence advancements.
  • Open sources and commercial security tools.
  • Practical use of encryption.
  • Virtual Private Networks (VPNs).

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