SEC provides students with technical knowledge and key concepts essential for security operation center SOC analysts and new cyber defense team members. By providing a detailed explanation of the mission and mindset of a modern cyber defense operation, this course will jumpstart and empower those on their way to becoming the next generation of blue team members. Is your organization looking for a quick and effective way to onboard new Security Analysts, Engineers, and Architects? This course introduces students to the tools common to a defender's work environment, and packs in all the essential explanations of tools, processes, and data flow that every blue team member needs to know. Students will learn the stages of security operations: how data is collected, where it is collected, and how threats are identified within that data. The class dives deep into tactics for triage and investigation of events that are identified as malicious, as well as how to avoid common mistakes and perform continual high-quality analysis.
SEC450: Blue Team Fundamentals: Security Operations and Analysis
Blue Team Fundamentals: Security Operations and Analysis | SANS SEC
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