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SEC301: Advanced Security: Stop Phishing & Ransomware Attack

 

Course Duration: 2 days

Learn How To Stop Phishing & Ransomware And Recover From Attack.

Course Introduction

Ransomware is no longer a threat, but rather a clear and present risk to businesses of all sizes. Ransomware assaults have increased in the last two years. The ransom requested has risen as well. Many major organizations with sophisticated IT infrastructure and a significant number of skilled security personnel have also been infiltrated and forced to pay millions of dollars in ransom.

This demonstrates that, regardless of how robust your IT infrastructure is, ransomware can be directed at anybody or any organization. The major reasons for this are that most attacks employ phishing to get the payload inside organizations, and every organization uses email.

This two-day in-depth course is intended to educate organizations with information on ransomware and to assist them in preparing for a ransomware assault. It will assist organizations in knowing what to do when they are attacked and responding correctly and quickly to the assault.

This course goes beyond the standard advice given to organizations; it is intended to teach administrators and security engineers how to create greater protection by examining the many attack routes and learning how to reduce the risk provided by each.

Training Content

Ransomware Infection Vectors

  • What are the most frequent infection vectors utilized by attackers, and how can you counter them?
  • The Most Common Exploit Kits Used by Attackers and Why They Work
  • What can you do about these tools, and how can you prevent them from entering your network?
  • The Command and Callback (C&C) and Compromise Indicators
  • How to Detect a Ransomware Infection on Your Network

Ransomware Incident Response Plan:

  • The Lifecycle of an Incident Response
  • Making a strategy for incident response in the event of a ransomware attack.
  • Creating a ransomware response policy – pay or not pay the ransom
  • What are the first crucial measures you must-do if you are attacked?
  • Understanding the Compromise Incident Response Indicators:
    Containment and detection
  • How to Spot an Attack in Its Early Stages
  • Learn how to stop a ransomware assault.
  • Eradication and Recovery of Incidents
  • How to Recover from a Ransomware Infected Computer
  • Recovering Local and Network Files
  • Tools and resources for combating ransomware

Email Security

  • Improve the security of your email system to reduce the danger of ransomware.
  • Reduce the possibility of email domain spoofing and phishing attempts.
  • Implement email encryption and digital signatures to prevent impersonation of business employees.
  • Have systems in place to identify and remove possible email-based threats.

Developing Ransomware Countermeasures

  • Improve the security of your email system to reduce the danger of ransomware.
  • Reduce the possibility of email domain spoofing and phishing attempts.
  • To prevent impersonation of corporate employees, use email encryption/digital signatures.
  • Have systems in place to identify and remove possible email-based threats.
  • Finally, we will look at some of the finest anti-ransomware techniques.
  • What risk-mitigation measures do you have in place?
  • What role do insurance companies play in the fight against ransomware?
  • Learn to implement the best strategies for safeguarding your company against ransomware.
Who Should Attend?

This course is intended for professionals who are responsible for planning, protecting, and responding to ransomware events inside their organization. It is intended for anybody interested in learning more about ransomware and how to mitigate it in the organization, as well as those who are responsible and accountable for the security of information systems:

  • IT managers
  • Chief Information Security Officers (CISO)
  • Information Security professionals
  • System Administrators
  • Security Engineers
  • Incident Response Managers
  • Operational Managers
  • Risk Managers

How To Attend

This is a 2-day training. To attend, please contact use at: