|Cyber warfare is already with us today — distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks have been launched against many military and government computer systems around the world in recent years. Advancements in information technology have made tech-dependent countries more vulnerable to disruption — physical security is now tied to cyber security.Cyber weapons are a relatively new type of weaponry. Most of the them are freely available on the internet but some more sophisticated and newer ones are kept privately or are commercial.Securing infrastructure against cyber-attacks has become one of the highest priorities for every nation. To do this, networks, systems and operations teams that support them must be fully trained and aware of the possible threats and how to defend against them.
The objective of this course is to provide practical and usable information to professionals on how to protect both infrastructure and data from the destruction of cyber terrorism and associated cybercrimes.
What you’ll take away from this course: