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Time
25 minutes
Difficulty
Intermediate

This module for the Introduction to OWASP Top Ten Module covers A10: Insufficient Logging and Monitoring.

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Overview

CybrScore's Introduction To OWASP Top Ten: A10 - Insufficient Logging and Monitoring lab is a CybrScore lab intended for students of the Intermediate level. CybrScore’s Introduction To OWASP Top Ten: A10 - Insufficient Logging and Monitoring lab teaches students how to look for and interpret logs that relate to a common web application (brute force) exploit, determine if sufficient logging is in place to respond to such an attack, and consider potential issues if such logging is not implemented.

The CybrScore Introduction To OWASP Top Ten: A10 - Insufficient Logging and Monitoring lab is targeted toward the Cyber Defense Analyst work role.

Upon successful completion of CybrScore’s Introduction To OWASP Top Ten: A10 - Insufficient Logging and Monitoring lab, the student will be able to interpret logs to look for common web application exploits, determine if sufficient logging is in place to respond to such attacks, and identity potential issues related to lack of proper logs. CybrScore’s Introduction To OWASP Top Ten: A10 - Insufficient Logging and Monitoring takes most students approximately 1 hour to complete

In CybrScore’s Introduction To OWASP Top Ten: A10 - Insufficient Logging and Monitoring lab, students will learn to review and interpret web application logs. This skill is a key part of the Cyber Defense Analyst work role and builds on the skillset needed to identify and report on security-related incidents.

In CybrScore’s Introduction To OWASP Top Ten: A10 - Insufficient Logging and Monitoring lab, students will learn to determine whether sufficient logging is in place to respond to common web application attacks. This skill is a key part of the Cyber Defense Analyst work role and builds on the skillset needed to identify critical gaps in an enterprise defense that may allow hackers to compromise web-based applications.

In CybrScore’s Introduction To OWASP Top Ten: A10 - Insufficient Logging and Monitoring lab, students will learn to identify potential issues related to the lack of proper logging in web-based applications. This skill is a key part of the Cyber Defense Analyst work role and builds on the skillset needed to communicate critical gaps in an enterprise defense that may allow hackers to compromise web-based applications.

CybrScore’s Introduction To OWASP Top Ten: A10 - Insufficient Logging and Monitoring lab is part of the Cyber Defense Analyst career path. Completion of CybrScore’s Introduction To OWASP Top Ten: A10 - Insufficient Logging and Monitoring lab means that the student has learned how to interpret logs to look for common web application exploits, determine if sufficient logging is in place to respond to such attacks, and identity potential issues related to lack of proper logs.

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