SANS SEC564 Red Team Operations and Threat Emulation

SANS SEC564: Red Team Operations and Threat Emulation
English | Size: 60.93 MB
Category: CBTs

Red Teaming is the process of using tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTPs) to emulate real-world threats to train and measure the effectiveness of the people, processes, and technology used to defend environments. Built on the fundamentals of penetration testing, Red Teaming uses a comprehensive approach to gain insight into an organization’s overall security to test its ability to detect, respond to, and recover from an attack. When properly conducted, Red Team activities significantly improve an organization’s security controls, help hone defensive capabilities, and measure the effectiveness of security operations. [Read more…]

Cybersecurity (Attacks Red Team Activity) | Packt Publishing

Cybersecurity (Attacks Red Team Activity) | Packt Publishing
English | Size: 934.14 MB
Category: CBTs

There is only way to become really good at cybersecurity: you must know both how to attack and how to defend. First of all, you have to learn to think like a hacker, so you deeply understand what the threats are. Then you’ll need to know how to protect yourself from the attacks. We start with precise descriptions and examples of network attacks to show you how the malicious hackers can break into your network-and what harm they can do. Then we’ll look at another attack vector: websites and web-applications. You’ll see the most vulnerable places and understand what cybercriminals will do if they find them.Then we’ll discover the third vector of attacks: humans. [Read more…]

Cybersecurity (Attacks Red Team Activity)

Cybersecurity (Attacks Red Team Activity)
English | Size: 934.14 MB
Category: CBTs

There is only way to become really good at cybersecurity: you must know both how to attack and how to defend. First of all, you have to learn to think like a hacker, so you deeply understand what the threats are. Then you’ll need to know how to protect yourself from the attacks. We start with precise descriptions and examples of network attacks to show you how the malicious hackers can break into your network-and what harm they can do. Then we’ll look at another attack vector: websites and web-applications. You’ll see the most vulnerable places and understand what cybercriminals will do if they find them.Then we’ll discover the third vector of attacks: humans.
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