The (ISC)2 South Florida Chapter and Network Intelligence have a new offering for our members to be trained and get certified to become Certified Threat & Malware Analyst (CTMA)
The cost is $150 for (ISC)2 South Florida Chapter registered members, who will also earn 18 CPE credits for their participation.
The content of the (CTMA) training program is:
Session 1: Introduction to Threat Hunting • Need for Threat Hunting • Threat Hunting Framework • Typical Data Sources • Threat Hunting Maturity Model • What is a Threat Hunter? • Threat Hunting Skills • MITRE ATT&CK • MITRE CAR • Current Attacks Case Studies
Session 2: Practical Threat Hunting • Types of Threat Hunting • Analysis Techniques used by a Threat Hunter • Creating Hypothesis • Understanding Log Sources in an Organisation • Network • OS • Solutions • Hunting on Network log sources • Firewall • DNS • Hunting on OS log Sources • Windows • Linux • Threat Intelligence: • Threat Intelligence Feeds • Operationalizing Threat Intelligence • Metrics for Threat Hunting Success • Reporting for Threat Hunting
Session 3: Introduction to Malware Analysis • Types of Malwares • Skills required by a Malware Analyst • Levels of Malware Analysis • Sandboxing • Online sandboxing • Setting up a malware analysis lab • Procedures • Tools required • Non malicious vs malicious behaviour • Malware attack case studies
Session 4: Practical Malware Analysis • Static Analysis of Malware: • Files and File Formats • Properties of files • Content of files • Malware Funnelling • Behavioural Analysis: • Analysing Process Behaviour • System Activity monitoring • Analysing network communication and packet captures • Extracting IOCs to be used for Blocking • Anti-Analysis techniques of malware • Analysis of trending malwares
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