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Cyber Security Course

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The Cyber Security course in association with E&ICT, MNIT Jaipur (Malaviya National Institute of Technology, Jaipur) is designed to help you learn skills such as IAM, network security, cryptography, and tools like Linux, SQL, etc. This Cyber Security training led by MNIT faculty and industry experts will help you become a certified Cyber Security expert.

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Key Highlights

170 Hrs Instructor Led Training
120 Hrs Self-paced Videos
300 Hrs Project & Exercises
Learn from MNIT Faculty & Industry Practitioners
1:1 with Industry Mentors
3 Guaranteed Interviews by Intellipaat
24*7 Support
No Cost EMI Option

Cyber Security Certification Overview

What will you learn in this Cyber Security training?

In this comprehensive Cyber Security course, you will learn the following concepts and more:

  • Security and Risk Management
  • Footprinting and Reconnaissance
  • Vulnerability Analysis
  • Ethical Hacking
  • System Hacking
  • Malware Threats
  • Cryptography
  • Firewalls and Honeypots
  • Social Engineering
  • Digital forensics

You will acquire the following skills after completing this Cyber Security course:

  • Defining the design, architecture, and management of an organization’s security
  • Performing data loss prevention and risk analysis
  • An understanding of the security architecture, models, engineering, and cryptography
  • Familiarity with network security and communications, identity and access management, operations, and security testing in Cyber Security.

The prerequisites to sign up for this Cyber Security program co-created with EICT, MNIT Jaipur are as follows:

  • A keen interest in making a career in the management-level Cyber Security and IT security
  • Little experience in any one of the security domains, such as cryptography, access control, operations security, etc.

There are numerous job opportunities available after obtaining the Cyber Security certification from us. Some of the most popular and in-demand job roles include:

  • Information Security Analyst
  • IT Security Architect
  • Information Security Specialist
  • Security Consultant (Networking/Computing/IT)
  • Senior Security Consultant
  • Chief Information Security Officer (CISO)
  • Information Security Manager
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$1,45,000 Highest Salary

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Who can apply for the course?

  • IT Managers and Security Managers
  • Security Architects, Security Auditors and Network Architects
  • Chief Information Security, Officers Directors of Security, Security Systems Engineers
  • Aspirants looking to work as Cyber Security Experts, Ethical Hackers, etc. can apply for this Cyber Security course.

Skills Covered


Security and Risk Management

IoT Hacking

Cloud Computing



Footprinting and Reconnaissance

Vulnerability Analysis

System Hacking

Malware Threats


Social Engineering

Session Hijacking

Firewalls and Honeypots

Hacking Web Servers


Digital forensics

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Course Fees

Online Classroom Preferred

  • Everything in Self-Paced Learning, plus
  • 170 Hrs of Instructor-led Training
  • One to one doubt resolution sessions
  • Attended as many batches as you want for Lifetime
  • Job Assistance
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08:00 PM TO 11:00 PM IST (GMT +5:30)

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Cyber Security Training Course Content

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Module 1 – Preliminary Course - Linux Foundation


In this preliminary Linux Foundation, you will get to learn all the fundamentals of Linux that will help you to move ahead and complete the Cyber Security course successfully.

  1. Introduction to Linux
  • Introduction to Linux
  • Shell
  • Kernel
  • CentOS 8 installation and VBox additions

Hands-on Exercise – Executing basic Linux commands, installing CentOS 8 on VirtualBox and adding guest additions to the installed OS.

  1. File Management
  • Text editors and file creation
  • Users, groups and processes
  • Root and Linux file hierarchy
  • File hierarchy
  • File permissions
  • Editing a file using VIM

Hands-on Exercise – Using VIM, creating users and groups, creating files and directories, assigning file permissions and ownership using chmod and chown, editing files in VIM.

  1. Files and Processes
  • Process control commands

Hands-on Exercise – Executing ps and kill commands on running services, monitoring the OS using top.

  1. Introduction to Shell Scripting
  • What is shell scripting?
  • Types of shell
  • Creating and writing a shell script
  • Changing the permission of the shell script
  • Executing the script
  • Environment variables
  • Defining a local and a global variable
  • User input in a shell script

Hands-on Exercise – Creating a shell script, writing and executing the shell script, creating a local and a global variable, taking input from the user in a shell script.

  1. Conditional, Looping Statements and Functions
  • What are Conditional statements
  • IF, IF-ELSE, Nested IF statements
  • What are Looping statements
  • WHILE, UNTIL and FOR statements
  • Using the case…esac statement
  • Functions

Hands-on Exercise – Executing IF, IF-ELSE, Nested IF statements, executing WHILE, UNTIL and FOR statements, executing the case…..esac statement, creating a function in multiple ways, calling a function in a file, calling a function from another file.

  1. Text Processing
  • Using GREP, SED, and AWK commands
  • Mounting a file to the virtual box
  • Mounting a folder
  • SORT command and pipes to combine multiple commands

Hands-on Exercise – Executing commands using GREP, executing commands using SED, executing commands using AWK, mounting a folder in the Windows OS to the Linux OS, installing VirtualBox guest additions on CentOS 8, extracting zipped files.

  1. Scheduling Tasks
  • Daemons
  • Task scheduling in Linux
  • Scheduling a job in Linux
  • Cron and Crontab
  • Using the AT command

Hands-on Exercise – Starting, stopping and restarting Daemon processes, scheduling jobs using cron and crontab, scheduling a one-time task using AT, managing scheduled tasks using ATQ and ATRM.

  1. Advanced Shell Scripting
  • Why monitoring
  • Process monitoring
  • Top vs HTop
  • What does PGREP do
  • File and folder monitoring
  • Monitoring tool inotifywait
  • inotifywait options for folder monitoring
  • Events of a folder in inotify
  • FREE command

Hands-on Exercise – Using Top to monitor the OS, installing Htop, using Htop to monitor the OS, filtering and sorting using Htop, installing inotify tools, monitoring a folder using inotifywait, monitoring a folder only for certain events, using the FREE command.

  1. Database Connectivity
  • Installing and configuring MySQL
  • Securing MySQL
  • Running queries from terminal
  • Running queries from a shell script

Hands-on Exercise – Downloading and installing MySQL, connecting to MySQL from terminal, querying directly from the terminal, pushing the query result inside a file, CRUD operations from a shell script.

  1. Linux Networking
  • What is networking in Linux
  • Why do we need networking
  • Using networking commands
  • Learning Firewall tools

Hands-on Exercise – Executing all the networking commands, using iptables and firewalld, adding and removing ports, resolving IP address in /etc/hosts, looking into a websites IP and nameservers using nslookup and dig.

Module 2 – Certified Ethical Hacking by EC Council


In this part of Cyber Security course you will get a hands on knowledge on ethical hacking from scratch.

2.1 Introduction to Ethical Hacking

  • Information Security Threats and Attack Vectors
    • Motives, goals, and objectives of information security attacks
    • Top information security attack vectors
    • Information security threat categories
    • Types of attacks on a system
    • Information warfare
  • Hacking Concepts
    • What is hacking?
    • Who is a hacker?
    • Hacker classes
    • Hacking phases
  • Ethical Hacking Concepts
    • What is Ethical Hacking?
    • Why is Ethical Hacking necessary?
    • Scope and limitations of Ethical Hacking
    • Skills of an Ethical Hacker
  • Information Security Controls
    • Information Assurance (IA)
    • Information security management program
    • Enterprise Information Security Architecture (EISA)
    • Network security zoning
    • Defense-in-Depth
    • Information security policies
    • Physical security
    • What is risk?
    • Threat modeling
    • Incident management
    • Security Incident and Event Management (SIEM)
    • User Behavior Analytics (UBA)
    • Network security controls
    • Identity and Access Management (IAM)
    • Data leakage, backup, and recovery
    • The role of AI/ML in Cyber Security
  • Penetration Testing Concepts
    • Why penetration testing?
    • Security audit
    • Vulnerability assessment
    • Blue Teaming/Red Teaming
    • Types and phases of penetration testing
    • Security testing methodology
  • Information Security Laws and Standards
    • Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI-DSS)
    • ISO/IEC 27001:2013
    • Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA)
    • Sarbanes Oxley Act (SOX)
    • The Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA)
    • Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA)
    • Cyber law in different countries

2.2 Footprinting and Reconnaissance

  • Footprinting through Search Engines
    • Footprinting through search engines
    • Footprint using advanced Google hacking techniques
    • Information gathering using Google Advanced Search and Image Search
    • Google Hacking Database
    • VoIP and VPN footprinting through Google Hacking Database
  • Footprinting through Web Services
    • Finding the company’s Top-level Domains (TLDs) and sub-domains
    • Finding the geographical location of the target
    • People Search on social networking sites and people search services
    • Gathering information from LinkedIn
    • Gather information from financial services
    • Footprinting through job sites
    • Monitoring target using alerts
    • Information gathering using groups, forums, and blogs
    • Determining the OS
    • VoIP and VPN footprinting through SHODAN
  • Footprinting through Social Networking Sites
    • Collecting information through social engineering on social networking sites
  • Website Footprinting
    • Website Footprinting
    • Mirroring the entire website
    • Extracting website information
    • Monitoring web pages for updates and changes
  • Email Footprinting
    • Tracking email communications
    • Collecting information from the email header
    • Email tracking tools
  • Competitive Intelligence
  • Whois Footprinting
    • Whois Lookup
    • Whois Lookup result analysis
    • Whois Lookup tools
    • Finding IP geolocation information
  • DNS Footprinting
    • Extracting DNS information
    • DNS interrogation tools
  • Network Footprinting
    • Locate the network range
    • Traceroute
    • Traceroute analysis and tools
  • Footprinting Through Social Engineering
    • Footprinting through social engineering
    • Eavesdropping
    • Shoulder surfing
    • Dumpster diving
  • Footprinting Tools
    • Maltego
    • Recon-ng
    • FOCA
    • Recon-Dog
    • OSRFramework
    • Additional footprinting tools
  • Footprinting Countermeasures
  • Footprinting Pen Testing

2.3 Scanning Networks

  • Introduction to Network Scanning
    • Scanning tools: Nmap, Hping2 / Hping3, and Hping commands
  • Scanning Techniques
    • ICMP scanning
    • Ping sweep
    • ICMP echo scanning
    • TCP connect / full-open scan
    • Stealth Scan / half-open scan
    • Inverse TCP flag scanning
    • Xmas scan
    • ACK flag probe scanning
    • IDLE/IPID header Ssan
    • UDP scanning
    • SSDP and list scanning
    • Port scanning countermeasures
  • Scanning Beyond IDS and Firewall
  • IDS/Firewall Evasion Techniques
    • Packet fragmentation
    • Source routing
    • IP address decoy
    • IP address spoofing
    • Proxy servers
    • Anonymizers
  • Banner Grabbing
    • How to identify target system OS
    • Banner grabbing countermeasures
  • Draw Network Diagrams
    • Drawing network diagrams
    • network discovery and mapping tools
    • network discovery tools for mobile
  • Scanning Pen Testing

2.4 Enumeration

  • Enumeration Concepts
    • What is Enumeration?
    • Techniques for enumeration
    • Services and ports to enumerate
  •  NetBIOS Enumeration
    • NetBIOS enumeration tools
    • Enumerating user accounts
    • Enumerating shared resources using Net View
  • SNMP Enumeration
    • SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol) enumeration
    • Working of SNMP
    • Management Information Base (MIB)
    • SNMP enumeration tools
  • LDAP Enumeration
    • LDAP Enumeration
    • LDAP Enumeration tools
  •  NTP Enumeration
    • NTP Enumeration
    • NTP Enumeration tools
  • SMTP and DNS Enumeration
    • SMTP enumeration
    • SMTP enumeration tools
    • DNS enumeration using zone transfer
  • Other Enumeration Techniques
    • IPsec enumeration
    • VoIP enumeration
    • RPC enumeration
    • Unix/Linux User enumeration
  • Enumeration Countermeasures
  • Enumeration Pen Testing

2.5 Vulnerability Analysis

  • Vulnerability Assessment Concepts
    • What is vulnerability assessment?
    • Vulnerability classification and research
    • Vulnerability-Management Life Cycle
  • Vulnerability Assessment Solutions
    • Vulnerability scanning solutions
    • Types of vulnerability assessment tools
    • Choosing a vulnerability assessment tool
  • Vulnerability Scoring Systems
    • Common Vulnerability Scoring System (CVSS)
    • Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVE)
    • National Vulnerability Database (NVD)
    • Resources for Vulnerability Research
  • Vulnerability Assessment Reports
    • Vulnerability assessment reports
    • Analyzing vulnerability scanning report

2.6 System Hacking

  • System Hacking Concepts 
    • CEH Hacking Methodology (CHM)
    • System hacking goals
  • Cracking Passwords
    • Password cracking
    • Types of password attacks
    • Password recovery tools
    • Password salting
    • Password cracking tools
  • Escalating Privileges
    • Privilege escalation techniques
    • How to defend against privilege escalation?
  • Executing Applications
    • Tools for executing applications
    • Keylogger
    • Spyware
  • Hiding Files
    • Rootkits
    • NTFS Data Stream
    • What is steganography?
  •  Covering Tracks
    • Covering tracks
    • Disabling auditing: Auditpol
    • Clearing logs
    • Clear online tracks
    • Covering BASH shell tracks,
    • Covering tracks on the network and OS
    • Covering tracks tools

2.7 Malware Threats

  • Malware Concepts
    • Introduction to malware
    • Components of malware
  • Trojan Concepts
    • What is a trojan and its types?
    • Trojan horse construction kit
    • Wrappers
    • Crypters
    • Evading anti-virus techniques
  • Virus and Worm Concepts
    • Introduction to viruses
    • Stages of virus life
    • Different types of viruses
    • Virus hoaxes
    • Fake antiviruses
    • Ransomware
    • Creating virus
    • Computer worms
    • Worm makers
  • Malware Analysis
    • Introduction to malware analysis
    • What is Sheep Dip Computer?
    • Anti-virus sensor systems
    • Malware analysis procedure
  • Countermeasures
    • Trojan countermeasures
    • Backdoor countermeasures
    • Virus and worms countermeasures
  • Anti-Malware Software
    • Anti-trojan software
    • Antivirus software
  • Malware Penetration Testing

2.8 Sniffing

  • Sniffing Concepts
    • Network sniffing
    • Types of sniffing
    • Hardware protocol analyzers
    • SPAN port
    • Wiretapping
    • Lawful interception
  • Sniffing Technique:
    • MAC attacks
    • DHCP attacks
    • ARP poisoning
    • Spoofing attacks
    • DNS poisoning
  • Sniffing Tools
    • Wireshark
    • Wireshark filters
    • Sniffing tools
    • Packet sniffing tools for mobile
  • Countermeasures
    • How to Defend Against Sniffing
  • Sniffing Detection Techniques
    • How to detect sniffing
    • Promiscuous detection tools
    • Sniffing penetration testing

 2.9 Social Engineering

  • Social Engineering Concepts
    • What is social engineering?
    • Phases of a social engineering attack
  • Social Engineering Techniques
    • Types of social engineering
    • Human-based social engineering
    • Computer-based social engineering
    • Mobile-based social engineering
  • Insider Threats
    • Insider threat/insider attack
    • Types of insider threats
  • Impersonation on Social Networking Sites
    • Social engineering through impersonation on social networking sites
    • Social networking threats to corporate networks
  • Identity Theft
  • Countermeasures
    • Social engineering countermeasures
    • Insider threats countermeasures
    • Identity theft countermeasures
    • Detect phishing emails
    • Anti-phishing toolbar
    • Common social engineering targets and defense strategies
  • Social Engineering Pen Testing
    • Social engineering pen testing
    • Social engineering pen testing tools

2.10 Denial-of-Service

  • DoS/DDoS Concepts
    • What is a Denial-of-Service attack?
    • What is distributed Denial-of-Service attack?
  • DoS/DDoS Attack Techniques
    • Basic categories of DoS/DDoS attack vectors
    • UDP, ICMP, and SYN flood attack
    • Ping of death and smurf attack
    • Fragmentation attack
    • HTTP GET/POST and slowloris attacks
    • Multi-vector attack
    • Peer-to-peer attacks
    • Permanent Denial-of-Service attack
    • Distributed reflection Denial-of-Service (DRDoS)
  • Botnets
    • Organized cyber crime: organizational chart
    • Botnet ecosystem
    • Botnet Trojans
  • DDoS Case Study
    • DDoS attack
    • Hackers advertise links to download botnet
    • Use of mobile devices as botnets for launching DDoS attacks
    • DDoS Case Study: Dyn DDoS Attack
  • DoS/DDoS Attack Tools
    • DoS/DDoS attack tools
    • DoS and DDoS attack tool for mobile
  • Countermeasures
    • Detection techniques
    • DoS/DDoS countermeasure strategies
    • DDoS Attack countermeasures
    • Techniques to defend against botnets
    • DoS/DDoS protection at ISP Level
  • DoS/DDoS Protection Tools 
    • Advanced DDoS protection appliances
    • DoS/DDoS protection tools
  • DoS/DDoS Penetration Testing
    • Denial-of-Service (DoS) Attack Pen Testing

2.11 Session Hijacking

  • Session Hijacking Concepts
    • What is session hijacking?
    • Session hijacking process
    • Types of Session hijacking
    • Packet analysis of a local session hijack
    • Session hijacking in OSI Model
    • Spoofing vs. hijacking
  •  Application Level Session Hijacking
    •  Application level session hijacking
      • Compromising session IDs using sniffing and by predicting session token
      • Man-in-the-Middle attack
      • Man-in-the-Browser attack
      • Client-side attacks
    • Client-side attacks:
      • Cross-site script attack
      • Compromising session IDs
      • Session fixation
      • Session hijacking using proxy servers
      • CRIME attack
      • Forbidden attack
  • Network Level Session Hijacking 
    • TCP/IP hijacking
    • IP spoofing: source routed packets
    • RST hijacking
    • Blind hijacking
    • UDP hijacking
    • MiTM attack using forged ICMP and ARP spoofing
  • Session Hijacking Tools
    • Session hijacking tools
    • Session hijacking tools for mobile
  • Countermeasures 
    • Session hijacking detection methods
    • Protection against session hijacking
    • Session hijacking detection and prevention tools
    • IPSec
  • Penetration Testing

2.12 Evading IDS, Firewalls, and Honeypots

  • IDS, Firewall and Honeypot Concepts
    • Intrusion Detection System (IDS)
    • Firewall
    • Honeypot
  • IDS, Firewall and Honeypot Solutions
    • Intrusion detection tool
    • Firewalls and honeypot tools
  • Evading IDS
    • IDS/firewall evasion tools and techniques
    • Packet Fragment Generator Tools
  • Detecting Honeypots
    • Detecting and defeating honeypots
    • Honeypot detection tool: Send-Safe Honeypot Hunter
  • IDS/Firewall Evasion Countermeasures
    • How to defend against IDS evasion
    • How to defend against firewall evasion
  • Firewall/IDS Penetration Testing

2.13 Hacking Web Servers

  • Web Server Concepts
    • Web server operations
    • Open source web server architecture
    • IIS web server architecture
    • Web server security issue
  • Web Server Attacks
    • DoS/DDoS attacks
    • DNS server hijacking
    • DNS amplification attack
    • Directory traversal attacks
    • Man-in-the-Middle/sniffing attack
    • Phishing attacks
    • Website defacement
    • Web Server misconfiguration
    • HTTP response splitting attack
    • Web cache poisoning attack
    • SSH brute force attack
    • Web server password cracking
    • Web application attacks
  • Web Server Attack Methodology
    • Information gathering
    • Web server footprinting/banner grabbing
    • Website mirroring
    • Vulnerability scanning
    • Session hijacking
    • Web server passwords hacking
    • Using application server as a proxy
  •  Web Server Attack Tools
    • Metasploit
    • Web server attack tools
  • Countermeasures
    • Web servers in separate secure server security segment
    • Countermeasures
    • Detecting web server hacking attempts
    • Defend against web server attacks
    • HTTP response splitting
    • Web cache poisoning
    • DNS hijacking
  • Patch Management
    • What is patch management
    • Patches and hotfixes
    • Installation of a patch
    • Patch management tools
  • Web Server Security Tools
    • Web application security scanners
    • Web server security scanners
    • Web server security tools
  • Web Server Pen Testing
    • Web server penetration testing
    • Web server pen testing tools

2.14 Hacking Web Applications

  • Web App Concepts
    • Introduction to web applications
    • Web application architecture
    • Web 2.0 applications
    • Vulnerability stack
  • Web App Threats
    • OWASP Top 10 Application Security Risks
    • Web app hacking methodology
    • Footprint web Infrastructure
    • Attack web servers
    • Analyze web applications
    • Bypass client-side controls
    • Attack authentication mechanism
    • Attack authorization schemes
    • Attack access controls
    • Attack session management mechanism
    • Perform injection/input validation attacks
    • Attack application logic flaws
    • Attack database connectivity
    • Attack web app client
    • Attack web services
  • Web App Hacking Tools
  • Countermeasures
    • Web application fuzz testing
    • Source code review
    • Encoding schemes
    • Defend against injection attacks
    • Web application attack countermeasures
    • Defend against web application attacks
  • Web App Security Testing Tools
    • Web application security testing tools
    • Web application firewall
  • Web App Pen Testing
    • Web application pen testing
    • Web application pen testing framework

2.15 SQL Injection

  • SQL Injection Concepts
    • What is SQL injection?
    • SQL injection and server-side technologies
    • HTTP POST Request
    • Normal SQL Query
    • SQL Injection Query
    • Code Analysis
  • Types of SQL Injection
  • SQL Injection Methodology
  • SQL Injection Tools
    • SQL power injector and SQLmap
    • The mole and SQL injection
    • SQL injection tools for mobile
  • Evasion Techniques:
    • Evading IDS
    • Types of signature evasion techniques:
      • In-line comment
      • Char encoding
      • String concatenation
      • Obfuscated codes
      • Manipulating white spaces
      • Hex encoding
      • Sophisticated matches
      • URL encoding
      • Null Byte
      • Case variation
      • Declare variable
      • IP fragmentation 
  • Countermeasures
    • Defend against SQL injection attacks
    • SQL injection detection tools

2.16 Hacking Wireless Networks

  • Wireless Concepts
    • Wireless terminologies, networks, and standards
    • Service Set Identifier (SSID)
    • Wi-Fi authentication modes
    • Wi-Fi authentication process using a centralized authentication server
    • Types of wireless antennas
  • Wireless Encryption
    • Types of wireless encryption
    • WEP vs. WPA vs. WPA2
    • WEP issues
    • Weak Initialization Vectors (IV)
  • Wireless Threats
    • Rogue access point attack
    • Client mis-association
    • Misconfigured access point attack
    • Unauthorized association
    • Ad hoc connection attack
    • Honeypot access point attack
    • AP MAC spoofing
    • Denial-of-Service attack
    • Key Reinstallation Attack (KRACK)
    • Jamming signal attack
  • Wireless Hacking Methodology
    • Wi-Fi discovery
    • GPS mapping
    • Wireless traffic analysis
    • Launch wireless attacks
    • Crack Wi-Fi encryption
  • Wireless Hacking Tools
    • WEP/WPA cracking tools
    • WEP/WPA cracking tool for mobile
    • Wi-Fi sniffer
    • Wi-Fi traffic analyzer tools
    • Other wireless hacking tools
  • Bluetooth Hacking
    • Bluetooth stack
    • Bluetooth hacking
    • Bluetooth threats
    • How to blueJack a victim
    • Bluetooth hacking tools
  • Countermeasures
    • Wireless security layers
    • How to defend against WPA/WPA2 cracking, KRACK attacks, wireless attacks, and bluetooth hacking
    • How to detect and block rogue AP
  •  Wireless Security Tools
    • Wireless intrusion prevention systems
    • Wireless IPS deployment
    • Wi-Fi security auditing tools
    • Wi-Fi predictive planning tools
    • Wi-Fi vulnerability scanning tools
    • Bluetooth security tools
    • Wi-Fi security tools for mobile
  • Wireless Pen Testing
    • Wireless Penetration Testing,
    • Wireless Penetration Testing Framework

2.17 Hacking Mobile Platforms

  • Mobile Platform Attack Vectors
    • Vulnerable areas in mobile business environment
    • OWASP top 10 mobile risks
    • Anatomy of a mobile attack
    • Mobile attack vectors
    • Mobile platform vulnerabilities
    • Security issues arising from App stores
    • App sandboxing issues
    • Mobile spam
    • SMS Phishing Attack (SMiShing)
  • Hacking Android OS
    • Android OS and rooting
    • Blocking Wi-Fi access using NetCut
    • Hacking with zANTI
    • Hacking networks using Network Spoofer
    • Launching DoS attack using Low Orbit Ion Cannon (LOIC)
    • Performing session hijacking using DroidSheep
    • Hacking with Orbot Proxy
    • Android-based sniffers
    • Android trojans
    • Securing android devices
    • Android security tools
    • Android device tracking tools
  • Hacking iOS
    • Apple iOS
    • Jailbreaking iOS
    • iOS trojans
    • Guidelines for securing iOS devices
    • iOS device security and tracking tools
  • Mobile Spyware
    •  mSpy
  • Mobile Device Management
    • Mobile Device Management (MDM)
    • MDM solutions
    • Bring Your Own Device (BYOD)
  • Mobile Security Guidelines and Tools
    • General guidelines for mobile platform security
    • Mobile device security guidelines for Administrator
    • SMS phishing countermeasures
    • Mobile protection tools
    • Mobile anti-spyware
  •  Mobile Pen Testing
    • Android Phone Pen Testing,
    • iPhone Pen Testing,
    • Mobile Pen Testing Toolkit: Hackode

2.18 IoT Hacking

  • IoT Concepts
    • What is IoT?
    • How does IoT work?
    • IoT architecture
    • IoT application areas and devices
    • IoT technologies and protocols
    • IoT communication models
    • Challenges of IoT
    • Threat vs opportunity
  • IoT Attacks
    • IoT security problems
    • OWASP top 10 IoT vulnerabilities and obstacles
    • IoT attack surface areas
    • IoT threats
    • Hacking IoT devices
    • IoT attacks
    • Case Study: Dyn Attack
  • IoT Hacking Methodology
    • What is IoT device hacking?
    • IoT hacking methodology
    • IoT hacking tools
    • Information gathering tools
    • Sniffing Tools
    • Vulnerability scanning tools
  • Countermeasures
    • How to defend against IoT hacking
    • General guidelines for IoT device manufacturing companies
    • OWASP Top 10 IoT vulnerabilities solutions
    • IoT framework security considerations
    • IoT security tools
  • IoT Penetration Testing

2.19 Cloud Computing

  • Cloud Computing Concepts
    • Introduction to cloud computing
    • Separation of responsibilities in cloud
    • Cloud deployment models
    • NIST cloud deployment reference architecture
    • Cloud computing benefits
    • Virtualization
  • Cloud Computing Threats
  • Cloud Computing Attacks
    • Service hijacking using social engineering attacks
    • Service hijacking using network sniffing
    • Session hijacking using XSS attack
    • Session hijacking using session riding
    • Domain Name System (DNS) attacks
    • Side channel attacks or cross-guest VM breaches
    • SQL Injection attacks
    • Cryptanalysis attacks
    • Wrapping attack
    • DoS and DDoS attacks
    • Man-in-the-Cloud attack
  • Cloud Security 
    • Cloud security control layers
    • Cloud computing security considerations
    • Placement of security controls in the cloud
    • Best practices for securing cloud
    • NIST recommendations for cloud security
    • Organization/Provider cloud security compliance checklist
  • Cloud Security Tools
  • Cloud Penetration Testing
    • What is cloud pen testing?
    • Key considerations for pen testing in the cloud
    • Recommendations for Cloud Testing

2.20 Cryptography

  • Cryptography Concepts
    • Cryptography
    • Types of cryptography
    • Government Access to Keys (GAK)
  • Encryption Algorithms
    • Ciphers
    • Data Encryption Standard (DES)
    • Advanced Encryption Standard (AES)
    • RC4, RC5, and RC6 algorithms
    • Twofish
    • The DSA and related signature schemes
    • Rivest Shamir Adleman (RSA)
    • Diffie-Hellman
    • Message digest (One-Way Hash) functions
  • Cryptography Tools
    • MD5 hash calculators
    • Hash calculators for mobile
    • Cryptography tools
    • Cryptography tools for mobile
  • Public Key Infrastructure (PKI)
    • Public Key Infrastructure (PKI)
    • Certification authorities
    • Signed certificate (CA) vs. self-signed certificate
  • Email Encryption
    • Digital signature
    • Secure Sockets Layer (SSL)
    • Transport Layer Security (TLS)
    • Cryptography toolkit
    • Pretty Good Privacy (PGP)
  • Disk Encryption
    • Disk encryption
    • Disk encryption tools
  • Cryptanalysis
    • Cryptanalysis methods
    • Code Breaking methodologies
    • Cryptography attacks
    • Cryptanalysis tools
    • Online MD5 decryption tools
  • Countermeasures: How to Defend Against Cryptographic Attacks

Moving ahead in this Cyber Security course, you will be learning the basics of Information Systems Security.

3.1 Security and Risk Management

  • Regulatory and legal issues
  • Confidentiality, availability, and integrity concepts
  • Principles of security governance
  • Compliance and professional ethics
  • Requirements of business continuity
  • Policies of personnel security
  • Threat modeling and risk considerations
  • Security education, awareness, and training
  • Security policies, standards, procedures, and guidelines

3.2 Asset Security

  • Privacy protection
  • Asset and information classification
  • Ownership
  • Data security controls and appropriate retention
  • Requirements handling

3.3 Security Architecture and Engineering

  • Security evaluation models
  • Fundamental concepts of security models
  • Security designs, architectures, and solution elements vulnerabilities
  • Information systems security capabilities
  • Using secure design principles for engineering processes
  • Vulnerabilities of web-based and mobile systems
  • Cryptography
  • Vulnerabilities of cyber-physical systems and embedded devices
  • Secure principles of facility and site design
  • Physical security

3.4 Communication and Network Security

  • Architectural design of a secure network
  • Channels for secure communication
  • Components of a secure network
  • Network attacks

3.5 Identity and Access Management (IAM)

  • Logical/physical access to assets management
  • Authentication and identification management
  • Integrating identity as a third-party service
  • Mechanism of authorization
  • Provisioning life cycle’s identity and access

3.6 Security Assessment and Testing

  • Test outputs (e.g., manual and automated)
  • Security process data (e.g., operational and management controls)
  • Vulnerabilities of security architectures
  • Testing of security control
  • Test and assessment strategies

3.7 Security Operations

  • Monitoring and logging activities
  • Investigation requirements and support
  • Incident management
  • Resource provision
  • Concepts of foundational security operations
  • Recovery strategies
  • Techniques of resource protection
  • Physical security
  • Measures of prevention
  • Vulnerability and patch management
  • Processes of change management
  • Exercises and planning of business continuity
  • Personnel safety concerns
  • Plans and processes for disaster recovery

3.8 Software Development Security

  • Security controls for the development environment
  • Software development life cycle security
  • Impact of acquired software security
  • Effectiveness of software security

Heading further, you will learn the basics of the networking, securing applications and devices through this Cyber Security course.

4.1 Risk Management

  • The CIA of security threat actors
  • What is Risk?
  • Managing Risk
  • Using guides for risk assessment security controls
  • Interesting security controls defense in depth
  • IT security governance security policies frameworks
  • Quantitative risk calculations business impact
  • Analysis organizing data
  • Third-party agreements

4.2 Cryptography

  • Cryptography basics
  • Cryptographic methods
  • Symmetric cryptosystems
  • Symmetric block modes
  • RSA cryptosystems
  • Diffie-Hellman PGP GPG
  • Hashing HMAC
  • Steganography certificates
  • Trust public key infrastructure
  • Cryptographic attacks

4.3 Identity and Access Management

  • Identification
  • Authorization concepts
  • Access control list
  • Password security
  • Linux file permissions
  • Windows file permissions
  • User account management
  • AAA
  • Authentication methods
  • Single sign-on

4.4 Tools of the Trade

  • OS Utilities
  • Network scanners
  • Protocol analyzers
  • SNMP
  • Logs

4.5 Securing Individual Systems

  • Denial of Service,
  • Host Threats,
  • Man in the Middle System Resiliency RAID,
  • NAS and SAN Physical Hardening RFI,
  • EMI, and ESD,
  • Host Hardening,
  • Data and System Security Disk Encryption,
  • Hardware Firmware Security Secure OS Types,
  • Securing Peripherals Malware,
  • Analyzing Output IDS and IPS,
  • Automation Strategies Data Destruction

4.6 The Basic LAN

  • LAN review
  • Network topologies review
  • Network zone review
  • Network access controls
  • The network firewall
  • Proxy servers honeypots
  • Virtual Private Networks
  • IPSec, NIDS, NIPS, and SIEM

4.7 Beyond the Basic LAN

  • Wireless review
  • Living in open networks
  • Vulnerabilities with wireless access points cracking WEP
  • Cracking WPA and WPS
  • Wireless hardening
  • Wireless access points
  • Virtualization basics
  • Virtual security
  • Containers
  • IaaS, PaaS, and SaaS
  • Deployment models
  • Static hosts,
  • Mobile connectivity
  • Deploying Mobile Devices
  • Mobile Enforcement
  • Mobile Device Management
  • Physical Controls
  • HVAC
  • Fire Suppression

4.8 Secure Protocols

  • Secure applications and protocols
  • Network models
  • Know your protocols TCP IP and applications
  • Transport layer security
  • Internet service
  • Hardening
  • Protecting your servers
  • Secure code development
  • Secure deployment concepts
  • Code quality and testing

4.9 Testing Your Infrastructure

  • Vulnerability scanning tools and assessment
  • Social engineering principles and attacks
  • Attacking websites and applications
  • Exploiting a target
  • Vulnerability impact

4.10 Dealing with Incidents

  • Incident response digital forensics contingency planning
  • Backups

Now we have reached the end of this Cyber Security course where you have to implement all the skills that you have learnt till now.

Our Cyber Security and Ethical Hacking capstone project will allow you to implement your knowledge and skills gained during this training. Under the guidance of dedicated mentors, you will become capable of solving industry-grade problems through this project. Also, it will mark as the last step towards learning the course and showcasing your skills and knowledge in Ethical Hacking and Cyber Security to your future recruiters.

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Career Oriented Sessions

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Over 20+ live interactive sessions with an industry expert to gain knowledge and experience on how to build skills that are expected by hiring managers. These will be guided sessions and that will help you stay on track with your up skilling objective.


Resume & LinkedIn Profile Building

After 70% of course completion

Get assistance in creating a world-class resume & Linkedin Profile from our career services team and learn how to grab the attention of the hiring manager at profile shortlisting stage


Mock Interview Preparation

After 80% of the course completion.

Students will go through a number of mock interviews conducted by technical experts who will then offer tips and constructive feedback for reference and improvement.


1 on 1 Career Mentoring Sessions

After 90% of the course completion

Attend one-on-one sessions with career mentors on how to develop the required skills and attitude to secure a dream job based on a learners’ educational background, past experience, and future career aspirations.


Assured Interviews

After 80% of the course completion

Assured Interviews upon submission of projects and assignments. Get interviewed by our 500+ hiring partners.


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After 80% of the course completion

Exclusive access to our dedicated job portal and apply for jobs. More than 400 hiring partners’ including top start-ups and product companies hiring our learners. Mentored support on job search and relevant jobs for your career growth.

Cyber Security Certification

Achievements by MNIT Jaipur:

  • Ranked 35th among engineering colleges by the NIRF in 2020
  • Ranked #23 by the Week in 2020 for engineering

This Cyber Security certification course is curated by SMEs from MNCs across India and the United States and validated by EICT, MNIT JAIPUR (Malaviya National Institute of Technology, Jaipur). The trainers of this course will help you master various skills and concepts required for you to become a Cyber Security professional. Also, we will provide you with online assistance so that you can clear all the queries you have in association with the course.

You will also work on several assignments and industry-based projects that will help you understand how to solve real-world problems and will give you hands-on experience. On completing the Cyber Security course and executing the given Cyber Security projects successfully, you will receive the Cyber Security certificate from us. We will make you ready for a job by preparing you for Cyber Security job interviews through mock sessions, along with assisting you in updating and designing your resume that is aligned with Cyber Security domain.

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FAQs on the Cyber Security Course

What is Cyber Security?

Introduction to cybersecurity – Cyber Security is the practice of protecting and defending computers, networks, servers, data, electronic devices, and systems from malicious attacks. Cyber Security is also, sometimes, referred to as IT security or electronic information security.

This Cyber Security certification will validate your skills, knowledge, and expertise in this domain. Getting certified will not only add value to your resume as learning from the esteemed EICT, MNIT JAIPUR but will also help open up a number of job opportunities for you.

Even though most entry-level Cyber Security roles do not require programming knowledge, coding is a required skill for mid-level and higher-level Cyber Security roles.

According to PayScale, the average salary of Cyber Security professionals in India is ₹714,000.

You will need to know all the tools that are used in cryptography, access control, operations security, and other security tools to be successful in this Cyber Security domain.

Cyber Security certifications will prove your proficiency in all Cyber Security concepts and tools like footprinting and reconnaissance, security and risk management, digital forensics, SQL, Linux and VirtualBox to name a few. These certifications will certify that you have the proper qualifications to get Cyber Security tasks done with expertise when the job demands it.

Certified in Risk and Information Systems Control (CRISC), Certified Information System Security Professional (CISSP,) and Certified Information Security Manager (CISM) are three of the top-paying Cyber Security certifications.

According to LinkedIn, there are over 5,000 Cyber Security jobs listed across India. So why wait? Take up this Cyber Security course before it is too late!

MNCs around the world hire certified Cyber Security experts as every organization requires Cyber Security as a priority. Without Cyber Security, the workings of the organizations will be at constant risk.

This Cyber Security certification course will open up a number of Cyber Security job opportunities for you and help you climb up the career ladder. All skills and tools covered in this course will ensure that you gain the experience and expertise demanded of Cyber Security professionals in the job market today.

This cybersecurity certification is for anyone who already has five years of experience in access control, cryptography, operations security, and other sectors of Cyber Security.

After completing this Cyber Security training online, you can receive assistance from our Career Support team. They will help you to prepare for Cyber Security job interviews with top MNCs in this domain. The team will help to build and polish up your resume as well as get you interview ready with Cyber Security mock interviews conducted by the technical experts.

As the era is fast-moving toward better and smarter technology, Cyber Security is evidently becoming more and more threatened. It is one aspect of technology that is constantly evolving. So, there will always be a need for Cyber Security professionals to keep themselves updated on the latest threats and tools. Cyber Security defense strategies will never go away. Organizations will have to have multiple processes and technologies in place to minimize all threats and risks related to Cyber Security.

The key Cyber Security principles are:

  • Govern: Identifying and management of security risks
  • Protect: Implementing security controls to reduce security risks
  • Detect: Detecting and understanding Cyber Security events
  • Respond: Responding to and recovering from Cyber Security incidents

Apart from this cybersecurity certification, Intellipaat offers following cybersecurity courses-

For more, you can visit our cybersecurity category page where you will find more popular cybersecurity certifications.

Although there are many Cyber Security training courses out there, our program in collaboration with EICT, MNIT Jaipur will make you proficient in various techniques and concepts related to Cyber Security.

In this Cyber Security course, you will work on various projects based on the specific modules of Cyber Security. This will help you gain experience in solving Cyber Security issues that occur in the industry in the real world. Also, you will get 24-hour assistance to get rid of all your course-related queries.

After completing the whole Cyber Security program, our placement team will assist you in searching for a high-income Cyber Security jobs through mock interview sessions, resume preparation, and more. Finally, you will receive an industry-recognized Cyber Security certificate from us.

At Intellipaat, you can enroll in either the instructor-led online training or self-paced training. Apart from this, Intellipaat also offers corporate training for organizations to upskill their workforce. All trainers at Intellipaat have 12+ years of relevant industry experience, and they have been actively working as consultants in the same domain, which has made them subject matter experts. Go through the sample videos to check the quality of our trainers.

Intellipaat is offering 24/7 query resolution, and you can raise a ticket with the dedicated support team at any time. You can avail of email support for all your queries. If your query does not get resolved through email, we can also arrange one-on-one sessions with our support team. However, 1:1 session support is provided for a period of 6 months from the start date of your course.

Intellipaat is offering you the most updated, relevant, and high-value real-world projects as part of the training program. This way, you can implement the learning that you have acquired in real-world industry setup. All training comes with multiple projects that thoroughly test your skills, learning, and practical knowledge, making you completely industry-ready.

You will work on highly exciting projects in the domains of high technology, ecommerce, marketing, sales, networking, banking, insurance, etc. After completing the projects successfully, your skills will be equal to 6 months of rigorous industry experience.

Intellipaat actively provides placement assistance to all learners who have successfully completed the training. For this, we are exclusively tied-up with over 80 top MNCs from around the world. This way, you can be placed in outstanding organizations such as Sony, Ericsson, TCS, Mu Sigma, Standard Chartered, Cognizant, and Cisco, among other equally great enterprises. We also help you with the job interview and résumé preparation as well.

You can definitely make the switch from self-paced training to online instructor-led training by simply paying the extra amount. You can join the very next batch, which will be duly notified to you.

Once you complete Intellipaat’s training program, working on real-world projects, quizzes, and assignments and scoring at least 60 percent marks in the qualifying exam, you will be awarded Intellipaat’s course completion certificate. This certificate is very well recognized in Intellipaat-affiliated organizations, including over 80 top MNCs from around the world and some of the Fortune 500companies.

Apparently, no. Our job assistance program is aimed at helping you land in your dream job. It offers a potential opportunity for you to explore various competitive openings in the corporate world and find a well-paid job, matching your profile. The final decision on hiring will always be based on your performance in the interview and the requirements of the recruiter.

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