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MCSE - Certified Cloud Security Engineer
The MCSE certification credential teaches you how to defend all of the major cloud services. It covers AWS, Google Cloud Platform, and Microsoft Azure.
Graduates of this Certification Program can apply for Cloud Security Engineer jobs all over the world, knowing that they have the abilities that employers want. This course is also appropriate for Defense Analysts who protect cloud-based enterprises.
The Certified OSINT Expert program produces students who are prepared to provide leadership and execution in obtaining data from online resources.
Graduates will be prepared to take on a leadership role in the planning and executing of targeted OSINT investigations and vulnerability assessments. They will analyse collected data for use in vulnerability testing and the classification of risk for the business from OSINT activities.
The cybersecurity internship offers skills such as vulnerability scanning, security tools, threat hunting, and web security that can be instantly implemented in the field and help you land your first job in cyber security.
You will receive an industry-recognized Certificate of Completion and a Letter of Recommendation from MCSI once you have completed the training programme.
The MASE Certification teaches you secure coding best practices. After completing this course, you will be able to create trustworthy applications. You'll take a methodical approach to developing secure software. Your applications will follow OWASP guidelines and avoid the Top 10 Risks.
Modern cloud software development and automation technologies are covered in the programme.
Malware analysis, threat hunting, threat intelligence, digital forensics, incident response, and cyber defence are all tasks that an MCSI qualified professional Blue Teamer can perform for the SOC.
This certification course will teach you how to deploy and manage incident mitigation techniques and technologies, as well as how to detect and contain intrusions, analyse suspicious binaries, and discover hidden cyber enemies.
Many technologies are available in the cloud that penetration testers should become familiar with.
This Certification Program gives you the skills and knowledge you need to test fundamental cloud services. You'll be ready to deliver professional engagements on AWS, GCP, and Azure once you've completed this course.
An MCSI-certified Digital Forensics and Incident Response (MDFIR) Specialist can handle enterprise-level incident response engagements.
Students who have successfully completed MCSI's MDFIR Certification can apply for digital forensics and incident response jobs all over the world, knowing that they have the skills that employers are looking for.
A Malware Analyst with the MRE certification can do static, dynamic, and behavioural analysis on sophisticated and current malware (ransomware, remote access trojans and APT toolkits).
Malware deobfuscation, code decompilation, memory forensics, defeating anti-debugging techniques, automation and scripting, and using a systematic approach to reverse engineering dangerous code are all covered in this certification training.
Situational awareness assessments, intelligence collection, intelligence production, offensive countermeasures, and hacking back operations are all capabilities of an MCSI qualified professional Threat Intelligence Analyst.
Senior cyber operators who need to develop Defend Forward capabilities should attend this certification class.
MVRE - Certified Vulnerability Researcher and Exploitation Specialist
Using techniques such as fuzzing harnesses, patch diffing, static code analysis, and OSINT research, an MCSI qualified professional Vulnerability Researcher and Exploitation Specialist can find software vulnerabilities. They can also create exploits that bypass mitigations in Windows versions ranging from XP to 11.