Performing an Initial Attack Analysis
Students will use perform incident response on a compromised machine.
CybrScore’s Performing an Initial Attack Analysis Lab is a premium lab built to prepare students in performing incident response on a compromised machine. It is intended for intermediate level students. CybrScore’s Performing an Initial Attack Analysis Lab teaches students how to collect volatile data from a compromised machine, how to perform incident response on a compromised machine, how easy it is to perform an attack against a compromised machine and manipulate collected data. Upon successful completion of CybrScore’s Performing an Initial Attack Analysis Lab the student will be able to perform Incident response on a compromised machine, collect volatile data from compromised machine, parse user creation information from log. CybrScore’s Performing an Initial Attack Analysis Lab takes approximately 1 to 2 hours to complete for most students.
In CybrScore’s Performing an Initial Attack Analysis Lab, students will learn about performing incident response on a compromised machine. This skill is a key part of risk management.
In CybrScore’s Performing an Initial Attack Analysis Lab, students will learn about collect volatile data from a compromised machine. This is a key part of a successful cybersecurity career.
CybrScore’s Performing an Initial Attack Analysis Lab is part of the Vulnerability Assessment Analyst career path. Completion of CybrScore’s Performing an Initial Attack Analysis Lab means that the student has demonstrated the ability to perform Incidence response on a compromised machine, collect volatile data and ability to manipulate data.
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