Intermediate Cybersecurity Principles for the ECC, Daytona Beach, FL, #69693
Course Description

This course is built on the foundation of the Cybersecurity Fundamentals for the ECC course. This two day, in-person course will provide multiple Tabletop Exercises and infiltration techniques.

This course is designed for Public Safety Information Technology (IT) personnel, IT Leadership personnel who work on critical networks within emergency communications centers (ECCs) and ECC supervisory staff charged with IT and Cybersecurity responsibilities. This course will provide an understanding of a hacker's perspective, motives, and weaknesses. It includes additional information on incident response by looking at the conditions that contribute to a network's vulnerability and dissecting the step-by-step process of a cyber-attack. This process includes mitigation planning by learning to recognize an attack and stop the exploitation before it spreads. This course also covers recovery, and some forensics by learning what countermeasures can be taken before and during an attack to prevent further spread.
Topics include
  • MITRE ATT&CK Matrix
  • How hackers gain initial access
  • Effective counter measures
  • Assessing impact
  • Identifying, responding, reporting, and recovering from a cyber attack
  • Cyber Incident Response Plan

Class Information
Date(s): October 25 — 26, 2023
Time: 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
All times are in Eastern Time.
Location:  APCO International
351 N Williamson Blvd
Daytona Beach, FL, 32114-1112

Tuition:Full, Associate, & Commercial member:

This class is covered by the GECA Training Grant, please type GECA in the purchase order field at checkout.
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