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Certified Cyber Security (CSX) Practitioner


Date
Aug 12, 2017 - 09:00 AM - Aug 20, 05:00 PM
Organizer
IMF Academy
Location
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's-Hertogenbosch (Netherlands)/London,
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NL,
ZIP: 0000
Phone: +31 (0)40 246 0220

Certified Cyber Security (CSX) Practitioner – why?

The CSX Practitioner certification is the first vendor-neutral cyber security certification based on the testing and validation of actual technical skills, ability and performance. Whereas other certifications available today test for knowledge in a question and answer structure, the CSX Practitioner training and exams are concluded in a live, virtual cyber lab environment and test whether or not you have the skills and technical savvy to do the job.

 

Certified Cyber Security (CSX) Practitioner – what will you learn?

In this 9-day Certified Cyber Security (CSX) Practitioner training you will be introduced to key cyber security skills, prove your ability to implement cyber security controls and learn how to perform vulnerability scans. You will develop practical cyber security skills by hands-on lab exercises in a virtual cyber environment. You will also learn how to respond and recover from crippling network incidents or disasters. Moreover, you will learn about network evaluation, vulnerability analysis, malware and incident detection, incident reporting, and safeguard implementation.

 

As a Certified Cyber Security (CSX) Practitioner you can demonstrate your ability to serve as a first responder, following established procedures, defined processes and working mostly with regular problems on a single system. You will show you have firewall, patching, and anti-virus experience and can implement common security controls, perform vulnerability scans, and some analysis.

 

About the Cyber Security (CSX) certification path

To help address the global cyber security skills crisis head on, ISACA has created Cyber Security Nexus™ (CSX), a certification path for the cyber security professional. The Cyber Security (CSX) certification path starts with the knowledge-based Cyber Security Fundamentals certificate for those who are new to the profession or are looking to change careers, and centres the performance-based certifications as the CSX Practitioner, CSX Specialist and CSX Expert level.

 

Certified Cyber Security (CSX) Practitioner training – 3 courses/levels

To become a Certified Cyber Security (CSX) Practitioner you have to study all 3 CSX Practitioner courses/levels:

  • Cyber Security (CSX) Practitioner/Level 1 – Identification and Protection (3 days)
  • Cyber Security (CSX) Practitioner/Level 2 – Detection (3 days)
  • Cyber Security (CSX) Practitioner/Level 3 – Respond and Recover (3 days)

 

The Cyber Security (CSX) Practitioner certification will test your ability to perform tasks within the following cyber security areas in varying degrees of complexity:

  • Identification of threats and vulnerabilities - You will learn to develop the organizational understanding to manage cyber security risk to systems, assets, data, and capabilities. You will also learn how to focus and prioritize your organization's efforts, consistent with IT risk management standards. The Identify track explains asset management, business environment, governance, risk assessment, and risk management strategies.
  • Protection of systems from outside threat - You will learn to implement the appropriate safeguards to ensure delivery of critical infrastructure services. The Protect track teaches access control, awareness and training, data security, information protection, processes and procedures, maintenance, and protective technology.
  • Detection of threats and system vulnerabilities - You will learn to discover (potential) cyber security events quickly and effectively. The Detect track focuses on anomalies and events, security, continuous monitoring, and detection processes.
  • Response to and mitigation of cyber incidents - You will learn to accurately execute and assess the correct actions to manage a security event. The Respond track covers response planning, communications, analysis, mitigation, and improvements.
  • Recovery from incidents and disasters - You will learn to develop plans for resilience and to restore any capabilities or services that were impaired due to a cyber security event. You will also learn to initiate timely recovery to normal operations to reduce operational impact. The Recover track examines recovery planning, improvements, and communications.

 

About ISACA

ISACA is a global association of over 140,000 professionals in 180 countries. ISACA helps business and IT leaders build trust in and value from information and information systems. Established in 1969, ISACA is the trusted source of knowledge, standards, networking, and career development to cyber security and information security audit, assurance, risk, privacy, and governance professionals. ISACA has more than 200 chapters worldwide. Well-known certifications of ISACA are CISM (Certified Information Security Manager), CISA (Certified information Systems Auditor), CRISC (Certified Risk and Information Systems Control), and now CSX (Cyber Security Nexus).

 

*ISACA is the trademark owner of the ISACA and Cyber Security Nexus

 

Certified Cyber Security (CSX) – why choose for ISACA?

More and more cyber security professionals are turning now to ISACA's Cyber Security (CSX) trainings for the knowledge, tools, and guidance they need to gain the skills and experience to be successful in their jobs. When it comes to cyber security, it is not enough anymore to just show you have the knowledge; it is about proving you have the technical skills and ability to do the job from day one. The Cyber Security (CSX) Practitioner certification is a performance-based certification and is designed to help you build, test, and showcase your skills in critical areas of cyber security.

 

CISM and Cyber Security (CSX) certifications – what are the differences?

ISACA's Certified Information Security Manager (CISM) will continue to be the certification for those who oversee, direct, and manage information security programs from the managerial side of the operation. The CSX certifications aim at technical security skills and knowledge.

 

Cyber Security (CSX) Practitioner – alignment with globally accepted standards

The CSX program is aligned with globally accepted standards and frameworks, including the Cyber Security NIST framework for improving Critical Infrastructure Cyber Security, ISO 27000, and the COBIT 5 framework.

 

Cyber Security (CSX) Practitioner – exam

The 3,5 hour Cyber Security (CSX) Practitioner exam is offered through Prometric testing centres worldwide. The exam may be scheduled and taken at your convenience within 7 months after exam purchase. You can purchase the exam via the website of ISACA.

 

Cyber Security (CSX) Practitioner – certification guarantee

If you don't pass the Cyber Security (CSX) Practitioner exam for the first time you may follow the training again for free. You only pay for the accommodation and the exam.

 

Cyber Security (CSX) Practitioner – course materials

You receive the official ISACA course materials.

 

Cyber Security (CSX) Practitioner – limited number of participants

Due to the interactive character of the Cyber Security (CSX) Practitioner training and to optimize the benefits from the various exercises, the number of participants is limited.

 

Cyber Security (CSX) Practitioner – prerequisites

There is no requirement for specific preliminary knowledge or understanding in order to be successful in this training and become a Certified Cyber Security (CSX) Practitioner. We assume you are familiar with the knowledge and concepts that are introduced in ISACA's Cyber Security (CSX) Fundamentals exam.



Agenda


CERTIFIED CYBER SECURITY (CSX) PRACTITIONER – CONTENT

Build, test and showcase your ability to be an in-demand Cyber Security first responder. The CSX Practitioner designation affirms that you have firewall, patching, and anti-virus experience and can implement common security controls, perform vulnerability scans, and some analysis. To become a Certified Cyber Security (CSX) Practitioner you have to study all 3 CSX Practitioner courses/levels:

  • Cyber Security (CSX) Practitioner/Level 1 – Identification and Protection (3 days)
  • Cyber Security (CSX) Practitioner/Level 2 – Detection (3 days)
  • Cyber Security (CSX) Practitioner/Level 3 – Respond and Recover (3 days)

 

CYBER SECURITY (CSX) PRACTITIONER/LEVEL 1 – IDENTIFICATION AND PROTECTION

 

Learn how to identify and protect network threats

In this first training you will focus on key cyber security skills and you will receive foundational real-world instruction on the Identify and Protect domains. Topics range from preliminary network scanning to security control implementation. Through the completion of multiple lab-reinforced modules, you will learn how to apply industry-developed, experience-based methods to the identification of key networks and you will learn how to develop appropriate protection mechanisms.

 

Identification

The Identify domain teaches you to recognise, assess and remediate specific internal and external network threats. You will gain the following skills:

  • Evaluating and discovering networks
  • Using identification and enumeration tools
  • Documenting and manipulating data flow
  • Updating and patching tools
  • Analyzing vulnerabilities
  • Generating threat reports

 

Protection

Within the Protect domain you will learn the basic concepts, methods, and tools associated with cyber security controls. These controls, when implemented properly, will allow you to protect a system from the threats identified in the Identify domain. You will gain the following skills:

  • Implementing cyber security controls
  • Collecting and evaluating system logs
  • Monitoring and verifying controls
  • Updating and changing controls
  • Performing user and account non-repudiation
  • Updating and implementing cycle development

 

CYBER SECURITY (CSX) PRACTITIONER/LEVEL 2 – DETECTION

 

Use cyber security controls and detect network events and incidents

In this second training you will learn the basic concepts, methods, and tools used to leverage cyber security controls in order to identify system events and non-event level incidents. By completing multiple lab-reinforced modules, you will gain the skills necessary to detect potential network events and incidents. Topics range from incident packet analysis to drafting and generating incident response reports. You will learn how to:

  • Analyze and monitor network output
  • Detect malware
  • Notify proper channels
  • Analyze attacks
  • Escalate incidents
  • Perform change monitoring

 

CYBER SECURITY (CSX) PRACTITIONER/LEVEL 3 – RESPOND AND RECOVER

 

Learn how to respond and recover from network incidents or disasters

In this training you will learn - with course lectures backed up by lab sequences - how to apply a professional methodology to respond and recover from network incidents or disasters. You will learn how to contain an event and protect assets and infrastructure and also discover the components and procedures required for a comprehensive incident response plan.

 

Respond

The Respond domain shows you the basic concepts, methods and tools required to draft and execute response comprehensive Incident Response Plans (IRPs). You will also learn proper isolation response documentation, while ensuring network propagation and system posture awareness. Finally, you will understand how to document and maintain information related to incident response, including steps for mitigation and incident reports. You will learn how to:

  • Execute Incident Response Plans (IRP)
  • Isolate attacks
  • Configure and implement new controls
  • Perform change documentation
  • Draft incident reports

 

Recover

In the Recover domain, you will master the basic concepts, methods and tools required to recuperate a system or network. You will also learn to implement continuity and contingency plans in accordance with corporate policies. You will learn how to:

  • Perform business continuity plans
  • Perform disaster recovery plans
  • Restore systems
  • Implement safeguards
  • Identify and disseminate post-incident review

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