AdvancedEC-Council’s Center for Advanced Security Training (CAST) was created to address the need for highly technical and Advanced Security Training for information security professionals. CAST programs stand out from others through their extreme hands-on approach. These highly technical, lab intensive Advanced Security Training courses will allow a participant to combat real life scenarios.
TrainingCast was designed and developed by EC-Council in collaboration with well-respected subject-matter experts and industry practitioners. All of these Advanced Security Training courses will only be conducted by appointed EC-Council Master Trainers, some of whom are authors of the respective courses. Theories are limited to the bare essentials, and the bulk of the training session will be focused on a participant’s individualized involvement in “getting their hands dirty”. CAST will offer programs that will cover important domains such as advanced penetration testing training, malware analysis, advanced social engineering, cryptography, digital forensics deep dive, web application security, among others.
Center for Advanced Security Training (CAST) Courses
Mobile Forensics: Advanced Mobile Hacking & Forensics (CAST 612)
This course will provide you with the knowledge and real world hands-on practical skills for performing Mobile Forensic Investigations. The course is based on vendor neutral Digital Forensic principals, with a great deal of focus on Apple, Google Android, RIM Blackberry and an array of other mobile devices.
Hardening Your Enterprise: Advanced Network Defense (CAST 614)
This is a comprehensive fast paced technical security training program that will take the perspective of the “hacker”, and use that for the foundation of defending against the latest attacks. It is fun to be on offense and do the hacking and penetration testing, but for most of us the reality is we have to play defense.
Network Exploitation Concepts and Methods (Bootcamp) (CAST 618)
Network Exploitation Concepts and Methods Bootcamp Edition 2.0 provides a comprehensive solution to Computer Network Operations (CNO) training in the fields of computer penetration testing, red teaming, vulnerability analysis, and exploitation.
Network Forensics: Identifying and Correlating Events (Network Forensics) (CAST 619)
Network Forensics: Identifying and Correlating Events is a course which expands on acquired networking knowledge and extends that knowledge into the computer forensic mind-set. This course exposes the student to the common devices used in computer networks and identifies where useful data may reside. It also shows how to collect that data for analysis.
Packet and Traffic Analysis (Wiretap) (CAST 620)
In continuing our successful effort of providing the best training solution in the area of Computer Network Operations (CNO) and in the field of Network Analysis, TCS Cyber Intelligence Group has developed the “Packet and Traffic Analysis Wiretap Edition” curriculum.
Digital Media Forensics I (Basic Digi Media Forensics) (CAST 621)
Digital Media Forensics (Basic) is an in-depth course which covers the beginning level information needed to understand the forensic process and start conducting forensic examinations on digital media. This course covers file systems used by the Windows operating system, structure of digital media, the imaging process, an introduction to automated forensic tools, Windows operating system artifacts, and case reporting.
Digital Media Forensics II (Advanced Digi Media Forensics) (CAST 622)
The Advanced Digital Media Forensics course covers topics not covered in the Basic Digital Media Forensics course and additional topics likely to be encountered by an experienced forensic examiner. This course covers incident response of live computer systems, advanced usage of automated forensic tools, additional Windows forensic topics, application artifacts, introduction to mobile device artifacts, encryption and additional file system recognition.
Understanding Machine Assembly Language (Assembly Fundamentals) (CAST 623)
The Understanding Machine Assembly Language course is an aggressive, five-day class targeted toward students with minimal exposure to x86 and ARM. Starting with x86, students will discuss the concept of binary storage. The course then goes on to cover 16- and 32-bit Windows-based assembly.
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