EC-Council Certified SOC Analyst (CSA) Certification Training
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Our EC-Council Cyber Security – Certified SOC Analyst training curriculum has been carefully crafted to provide aspiring and present SOC Analysts with a thorough knowledge of SOC operations and processes. Learn to recognize and respond to information security incidents, create and track security events like alerts, and conduct security investigations. Learn tools like Splunk and Security Onion. After the completion of the CSA training, candidates will be ready to attempt the Certified SOC Analyst exam (Code: 312-39). Enroll now and get certified in it.
Certified SOC Analyst Training Course Syllabus
✔ Security Operations, Management and Network concepts
✔ Understanding Cyber Threats, IoCs, and Attack Methodology
✔ SIEM Qradar
✔ Incidents, Events, and Logging
✔ Incident Detection with Security Information and Event Management (SIEM)Enhanced Incident Detection with Threat Intelligence
✔ Enhanced Incident Detection with Threat Intelligence
✔ Incident Response & SOC Process
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Certified SOC Analyst Online Training FAQ'S
You should answer this question by explaining vulnerability, threat, and lastly, risk. You can make things more convincing by sharing examples as well.
When it comes to vulnerability, it is a gap that can lead to huge security loss. A threat is someone who is trying to make the most of that gap in protection. Lastly, the risk is the potential loss that the business might face because of the gap.
For example, using the default password and username for the server in place. The attacker is trying to crack the same and then making the business suffer from huge loss.
While answering the respective question, make sure that you keep things straight.
When it comes to hashing, it is irreversible, and encryption is reversible. Encryption reflects confidentiality, and hashing reflects integrity.
When you are answering this question, make sure that you know the basics of the language you speak about. You are not expected to be a pro.
When it comes to CSRF or Cross-Site Request Forgery, it is acknowledged as a web application vulnerability where the server is not going to check whether it is the trusted client who sent the request or not. Without any assessment, the request gets processed right away.
It is a form of vulnerability when a network or application or a device is configured in a manner that can be misused by the fraudster or cyber-attacker as per their needs. Security misconfiguration means leaving a gap that can be utilized by the attacker for their benefit.
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