Last Updated on December 1, 2023 by Daniel Osakwe
Cisco Cybersecurity Operations Fundamentals (CBROPS) v1.0 helps to improve your understanding of the Cisco Cybersecurity Operations Core and prepares you for the Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) Cyber Ops certification exam.
The Cisco Cybersecurity Operations Fundamentals (CBROPS) v1.0 course introduces participants to Cisco security products in the context of networked enterprises and discusses the rationale behind the product configuration settings, policies, and concepts that are used to secure a network. In addition to the course content, learners will receive access to additional online materials, including case studies and labs.
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What Is Cybersecurity?
Cybersecurity involves guarding systems, networks, and programs against cyberattacks. The purpose of these cyberattacks is usually to access, alter, or destroy sensitive information; extort money from users; or interrupt normal business processes.
Because devices outnumber people today, and attackers are becoming more innovative, implementing effective cybersecurity measures is particularly challenging.
Why is cybersecurity important?
Modern cyber defense programs benefit everyone in our connected world. Individuals can suffer from identity theft, extortion attempts, and loss of important data such as family photos if they fall victim to a cyberattack.
Almost everyone depends on critical infrastructures like power plants, hospitals, and financial services. For our society to function, we must make sure these organizations are secure.
As well, the work of threat researchers like those at Talos, who examine new and emerging cybersecurity threats, benefits everyone.
As a result, new vulnerabilities are discovered, the public is educated on the importance of cybersecurity, and open source tools are strengthened. Everyone is safer on the Internet because of their work.
What you’ll learn in this course
Understand Cisco Cybersecurity Operations Fundamentals (CBROPS) v1.0 introduces you to security concepts, common network and application operations and attacks, and the types of information needed to investigate security incidents. As part of this course, you will learn how to monitor alerts and breaches, as well as how to follow established procedures for responding to alerts that become incidents.
Using lectures, hands-on labs, and self-study, you will gain an understanding of the IT infrastructure, operations, and vulnerabilities, including how to contribute to a Cybersecurity Operations Center (SOC). With this course, you’ll learn how to prepare for the Cisco CyberOps Associate certification and learn how to become a cybersecurity operations analyst in a security operations center. You can also earn 30 Continuing Education (CE) credits towards recertification with this course.
Duration of the course
- An instructor-led course includes 5 days of class instruction and hands-on training, along with 3 days of self-study
- A virtual instructor-led class that includes hands-on practice, and an educational package consisting of 3 days of self-study material plus 5 days of instructor-led classes.
- The e-learning equivalent of 5 days of content with videos, practice, and challenges plus 3 days of self-study
How you’ll benefit
The following are the benefits of taking this course:
- As a member of a SOC, you will gain the fundamental skills, techniques, technologies, and hands-on experience needed to prevent and defend against cyberattacks
- Learn to pass the Cisco Certified Cyber Ops Associate 200-201 Understanding Cisco Cybersecurity Operations Fundamentals (CBROPS) exam.
- Earn 30 credits toward recertification
Enrollment is open to anyone
This course is designed for those seeking careers as associate-level cybersecurity analysts or IT professionals pursuing a Cisco Certified CyberOps Associate certification, including:
- Those pursuing a technical degree
- Experts in information technology
- Students with a technical degree who recently graduated from college
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The following should be your abilities after taking this course:
- How a Security Operations Center (SOC) operates and what types of services are provided by a Tier 1 analyst at a Security Operations Center.
- The network security analyst has access to multiple monitoring and assessment tools (NSM).
- An analyst can access certain data when performing network security analysis.
- Describe the basic principles and applications of cryptography.
- Discuss potential attacks on networks and hosts resulting from security flaws in the TCP/IP protocol.
- Identify security technologies common to endpoints.
- Understand the kill chain, the diamond models, and the activities of threat actors that use exploit kits.
- Cyber threats can be tracked with resources.
- Analyze the importance of normalizing event data and correlating events.
- Determine the threat vectors that are commonly used.
- Identify malicious activity.
- Recognize suspicious behaviors.
- Conduct investigations into security incidents.
- Describe how a typical playbook is used in the SOC.
- Describe how SOC metrics can be used to measure effectiveness.
- Automating the SOC’s workflow process and using workflow management systems can improve its effectiveness.
- Explain the role of a Computer Security Incident Response Team (CSIRT) and how to develop one.
- VERIS (Vocabulary for Event Recording and Incident Sharing) is a standard method for documenting security incidents.
To be successful in this course, you need the following skills and knowledge:
- Knowledge of TCP/IP and Ethernet networks
- Have a working knowledge of both Windows and Linux
- Understanding of basic networking security concepts
Taking a Cisco course can help you gain the knowledge you need to be successful in this course:
- Implementing and Administering Cisco Solutions (CCNA®)
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- A security operations center’s definition
- How to monitor network security infrastructure and infrastructure management tools
- Analyzing Categories of Data Types
- Understanding the Basic Principles of Cryptography
- TCP/IP Attacks: Understanding the Most Common
- How to understand endpoint security technologies
- In a SOC that focuses on threat identification, incident analysis is key
- How to identify resources for hunting cyber threats
- How to understand event correlation and normalization
- Identification of common attack vectors
- A method for identifying malicious activity
- How to Identify Suspicious Behavior Patterns
- Conducting investigations into security incidents
- Organizing security monitoring with a Playbook Model
- Having an understanding of SOC metrics
- A better understanding of SOC workflows and automation
- How to respond to an incident
- A Guide to Understanding VERIS
- How to Understand Windows Operating System Basics
- Getting a Basic Understanding of Linux
- Analyze categories of data with NSM tools
- Become familiar with cryptography
- Learn about TCP/IP attacks
- Discover how to secure endpoints
- Methods used by hackers should be investigated
- Find malware by hunting for it
- Correlate events from the alert logs with packet captures (PCAPs) and event logs
- Analyze attacks conducted via web browsers
- Investigate suspicious DNS (Domain Name System) activities
- Data on security to be analyzed
- Use Security Onion to investigate suspicious activity
- APTs are being investigated
- Playbooks for Security Operations Centers
- Find out what Windows has to offer
- Find out what Linux has to offer