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Cyber Security Course Overview

Our Cyber Security Training enables you to build basic to advanced cybersecurity knowledge and gain skills on techniques to defend against cyber threats. By taking this course, you will become proficient in securing your critical systems and assets. You will also be working with the latest Cybersecurity technologies and tools that help you become an expert in detecting vulnerabilities, threats, and cybersecurity attacks. Following course completion, you will be able to perform risk management, incident response, and more to protect your infrastructure from cyber attacks. All these skills will help you clear the Cybersecurity certification.

Cyber Security Expert in Ahmedabad Gujarat

"Computer Cyber Security, Network Security: Technologies and Tools for Network Admins and Security Officers. This course will explore Cyber Security, Network security more in-depth, covering critical tools and technologies cyber security professionals in the field need to know in order to keep networks secure."

The Cyber Security Experts Course of IONX is Developed by seeing the industry , This course will make a perfect engineer who has a perfect knowledge of Networking and Network Security (CCNA 200-301 and Advance Network Security) , Server Administraion knowledge ( Essentials to Microsoft Server and Redhat Linux) , The Cloud Computing Engineer at Architect level ( AWS - Associate Architect ) . After Getting Knowledge the candidate will be having a level of best knowledge of many Technology . Then the Candidate has to get trainned for CEH - Certified Ethical Hacker ( CEHv12 ) , After that the Candidate will able to know about attacks and then Using their Tricks they will Pentrate Systems ( VAPT { NAPT , WAPT , VAPI }). After all of this the Candidate will be having Audinting Education for having a good performance as Cyber Security Expert

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Cyber Security Expert Brochure
N+ (Networking)
CCNA (Cisco Certified Network Associate) 200-301
Advance Cisco Network security
Essantials of SOC and Cyber operation (Cyberops)
Fundamentals Windows Server
Fundamental of Redhat Linux, kali linux, parrot OS
Amazon Web Services - AWS Solution Architect
Amazon Web Services - AWS Cloud Security Essantials
CEHv12 (Certified Ethical Hacker)
VAPT - Vulnerability Assesment Pentrartion testing
vAPI - Vulnerable Adversely Programmed Interface
NAPT - Netwok Vulnerability Pentrartion testing
WAPT - Web Application Penetration Testing
Risk Mangement,Threat Analysis and Security Auditing

Detailed Syllabus of Cyber Security Expert Course

  • Design and implement functional networks
  • Configure, manage, and maintain essential network devices
  • Use devices such as switches, routers to segment network traffic & create resilient networks
  • Identify benefits and drawbacks of existing network configurations
  • Implement network security, standards, and protocols
  • Troubleshoot network problems
  • Support the creation of virtualized networks
  • For Further Details about N+ Click here
  • Routing and switching ( RIP, OSPF, VLAN, STP)
  • IPv6 ( Subnetting, routing, etc)
  • LAN,WAN,MAN and CAN Architecture
  • Network Security ( DAI, DHCP Spoofing, Layer 2 security)
  • CISCO Cloud
  • CISCO Virtulication (network Virtulization)
  • For Further Details about CCNA: Click here
  • TUNNELING ( q & q , ipsec , GRE , MGRE )
  • ISE
  • Network assurance
  • Security architecture
  • Port Security, Mac flooding, ARP & DTP Mitigation attacks
  • For Further Details about CCNP SCOR (350-701): Click here
  • Threat Analysis and Computer Forensics
  • Network Intrusion Analysis
  • Incident response
  • Data and Event Analysis
  • This Course your knowledge and skills related to implementing core enterprise network technologies, including:
  • Install Configure Servers
  • Install servers
  • Configure servers
  • Configure local storage
  • Configure Server Roles Features
  • Configure file and share access
  • Configure print and document services
  • Configure servers for remote management
  • Configure Hyper-V
  • Create and configure virtual machine settings
  • Create and configure virtual machine storage
  • Create and configure virtual networks
  • Deploy Configure Core Network Services
  • Configure IPv4 and IPv6 addressing
  • Deploy and configure Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) service
  • Deploy and configure DNS service
  • Install Administer Active Directory
  • Install domain controllers
  • Create and manage Active Directory users and computers
  • Create and manage Active Directory groups and organizational units (OUs)
  • Create Manage Group Policy
  • Create Group Policy objects (GPOs)
  • Configure application restriction policies
  • Configure Windows Firewall
  • For Further Details about RHCSA Click Click here
  • Introduction to the command line
  • Managing physical storage
  • Install and configure software components and services
  • Establish network connections and control firewall restrictions
  • Monitor and manage running processes
  • Manage and secure files and file systems
  • Administer users and groups
  • Review the system log files and journal for issues
  • Troubleshoot problems and analyze systems with Red Hat Insight
  • Module 1: Architecting Fundamentals Review

    • AWS Services and Infrastructure
    • Infrastructure Models
    • AWS API Tools
    • Securing your infrastructure
    • The Well-Architected Framework

    Module 2: Account Security

    • Security Principals
    • Identity and Resource-Based Policies
    • Account Federation
    • Introduction to Managing Multiple Accounts

    Module 3: Networking

    • IP Addressing
    • Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (VPC), Patterns and Quotas
    • Routing
    • Internet Access
    • Network Access Control Lists (NACLs)
    • Security Groups

    Module 4: Compute

    • Amazon Elastic Cloud Compute (EC2)
    • EC2 Instances and Instance Selection
    • High Performance Computing on AWS
    • Lambda and EC2, When to Use Which
    • Hands-On Lab: Build Your Amazon VPC Infrastructure

    Module 5: Storage

    • Shared File Systems
    • Shared EBS Volumes
    • Amazon S3, Security, Versioning and Storage Classes
    • Data Migration Tools

    Module 6: Database Services

    • AWS Database Solutions
    • Amazon Relational Database Services (RDS)
    • DynamoDB, Features and Use Cases
    • Redshift, Features, Use Cases and Comparison with RDS
    • Scaling
    • Caching and Migrating Data
    • Hands-on Lab: Create a Database Layer in Your Amazon VPC Infrastructure

    Module 7: Monitoring and Scaling

    • Monitoring: CloudWatch, CloudTrail, and VPC Flow Logs
    • Invoking Events
    • Elastic Load Balancing
    • Auto Scaling Options and Monitoring Cost
    • Hands-on Lab: Configure High Availability in Your Amazon VPC

    Module 8: Automation

    • CloudFormation
    • AWS Systems Manager

    Module 9: Containers

    • Microservices
    • Monitoring Microservices with X-Ray
    • Containers

    Module 10: Networking Part 2

    • VPC Peering & Endpoints
    • Transit Gateway
    • Hybrid Networking
    • Route 53

    Module 11: Serverless Architecture

    • Amazon API Gateway
    • Amazon SQS, Amazon SNS
    • Amazon Kinesis Data Streams & Kinesis Firehose
    • Step Functions
    • Compare Amazon SQS to Amazon MQ
    • Hands-on Lab: Build a Serverless Architecture

    Module 12: Edge Services

    • Amazon CloudFront
    • AWS Web Application Firewall (WAF), DDoS and Firewall Manager
    • Compare AWS Global Accelerator and Amazon CloudFront
    • AWS Outposts
    • Hands-On Lab: Configure an Amazon CloudFront Distribution with an Amazon S3 Origin

    Module 13: Backup and Recovery

    • Planning for Disaster Recovery
    • AWS Backup
    • Recovery Strategies

  • Incident Response
  • Logging and Monitoring
  • Infrastructure Security
  • Identity and Access Management
  • Data Protection
  • Module 01: Introduction to Ethical Hacking
  • Module 02: Footprinting and Reconnaissance
  • Module 03: Scanning Networks
  • Module 04: Enumeration
  • Module 05: Vulnerability Analysis
  • Module 06: System Hacking
  • Module 07: Malware Threats
  • Module 08: Sniffing
  • Module 09: Social Engineering
  • Module 10: Denial-of-Service
  • Module 11: Session Hijacking
  • Module 12: Evading IDS, Firewalls, and Honeypots
  • Module 13: Hacking Web Servers
  • Module 14: Hacking Web Applications
  • Module 15: SQL Injection
  • Module 16: Hacking Wireless Networks
  • Module 17: Hacking Mobile Platforms
  • Module 18: IoT Hacking
  • Module 19: Cloud Computing
  • Module 20: Cryptography
  • Introduction to Linux
  • Intelligence Gathering
  • Scanning and Enumeration
  • What is hashing?
  • Scripting
  • Exploitation
  • The Metasploit Framework
  • Post -Exploitation
  • Wireless Exploitation and Wireless auditing
  • Web Application Penetration Testing
  • Data Collection,Evidence Management, and Reporting
    • TCP/IP Packet Analysis
    • Overview of Network Security
    • Port and Protocols & Analysis
    • Linux Server Installation
    • Windows Client / Linux Installation
    • Basic commands (Windows / Linux)
    • Kali Linux Installation


    • Introduction
    • ICMP Packet Analysis
    • ARP Packet Analysis
    • 3 way handshake Analysis
    • Tracert Command Analysis
    • Packet Forensics
    • Nmap Packet Forensics

    NMAP Basics

    • Network Sweeping
    • OS Discovery
    • SYN Scan
    • UDP Scan
    • XMAS Scan
    • FIN Scan
    • NULL Scan

    Nmap Firewall Scan

    • Fragment Scan
    • Data Length Scan
    • TTL Scan
    • Source Port Scan
    • Decoy Scan
    • Spoof IP Scan
    • Spoof MAC Scan
    • Data String Scan
    • Hex String Scan
    • IP Options Scan


    • Metasploit Basic
    • Msfvenom
    • Auxiliary scanner
    • Windows Reverse TCP
    • Windows HTTPS Tunnel
    • Hidden Bind TCP
    • Macro Payloads
    • Shell on the Fly (Transport)
    • Bypass User Access Control
    • Pass the Hash
    • Post Exploitation

    Dictionary & Passwords Attacks

    • Hydra
    • Medussa
    • Crunch
    • CeWL
    • WCE
    • Mimikatz
    • cUPP
    • Online attacks

    FTP Penetration Testing (Port 21)

    • Introduction & Lab setup
    • Banner Grabbing/Banner Hiding
    • Port forwarding /Time Scheduling
    • Brute forcing/Secure
    • Pivoting/Tunneling [windows]

    SSH Penetration Testing (Port 22)

    • Introduction & Lab setup
    • Banner Grabbing/Banner Hiding
    • Port forwarding /Time Scheduling
    • Brute forcing/Secure
    • Pivoting/Tunneling
    • Multiple way to secure ssh


    Telnet Penetration Testing (Port 23)

    • Introduction & Lab setup
    • Banner Grabbing/Banner Hiding
    • Port forwarding /Time Scheduling
    • Brute forcing/Secure
    • Pivoting/Tunneling

    SMTP Penetration Testing (Port 25)

    • Introduction & Lab setup
    • Banner Grabbing/Banner Hiding
    • Port forwarding /Time Scheduling
    • Brute forcing/Secure
    • Penetration testing with SWAKS

    DNS & DHCP Penetration Testing (Port 53, 67, 68)

    • Introduction & Lab setup
    • DNS Enumeration
    • DHCP Packet Analysis with Wireshark
    • DHCP Starvation attack
    • Rogue DHCP Server
    • Tools (Gobbler, responder, Yersinia)

    NetBIOS & SMB Penetration Testing (Port 135-445)

    • Introduction & Lab setup
    • SMB Enumeration
    • SMB Null Sessions
    • Enum4Linux
    • NetBIOS Spoofing
    • Banner Grabbing/Banner Hiding
    • Brute forcing/Secure
    • Pivoting/Tunneling
    • Penetration Testing with (PS exec, eternal blue )
    • Multiple way to connect smb

    SNMP Penetration Testing (Port 161, 162)

    • Introduction & Lab setup
    • Banner Grabbing/Banner Hiding
    • Port forwarding /Time Scheduling
    • Brute forcing/Secure
    • Penetration Testing with Metasploit and Nmap

    MSSQL Penetration Testing (Port 1433)

    • MSSQL Brute force Attack
    • Enumerate MSSQL configuration setting
    • Identifying SQL Server logins
    • Identify Database owner
    • Identify a User With masquerade privilege
    • Execute SQL Statement
    • Retrieve MSSQL Password Hashes of Users
    • Decode Password Hashes of Users
    • Extracting MYSQL Schema Information

    MySQL Penetration Testing (Port 3306)

    • Introduction and Lab setup
    • MYSQL Brute Force Attack
    • mysql banner user/file/ Enumeration
    • Stealing MYSQL information
    • Check File Privileges
    • Enumerate MYSQL writeable directories
    • Extract MYSQL Username with Hash Password
    • Crack Hash Password with John the Ripper
    • Secure MYSQL through port forwarding
    • Prevent Mysql against brute force attack

    Remote Desktop Penetration Testing (Port 3389)

    • Introduction & Lab setup
    • Banner Grabbing/Banner Hiding
    • Port forwarding /Time Scheduling
    • Brute forcing/Secure
    • Pivoting/Tunneling
    • DOS Attack

    VNC Penetration Testing (Port 5900, 5901)

    • Introduction & Lab setup
    • Banner Grabbing/Banner Hiding
    • Port forwarding /Time Scheduling
    • Brute forcing/Secure
    • Penetration Testing with Metasploit and Nmap
    • Pivoting/Tunneling

    Sniffing & Spoofing

    • Introduction
    • ARP Poisoning
    • MAC Address Snooping
    • DNS Spoofing
    • DNS Poisoning
    • Capture NTLM Hashes
    • Xerosploit

    Socks Proxy Penetration Testing

    • Socks proxy lab setup
    • SSH
    • FTP
    • HTTP

    IDS, Firewall, Honeypots

    • Setup Snort Lab in Ubuntu
    • Understanding Snort Rules
    • Introduction to IPtables
    • Introduction to Windows Firewall
    • ICMP Detect
    • TCP Packet Detect
    • Detect Nmap Scan
    • Detect Dos Attack
    • Antivirus Evasion with veil

    DOS Attack Penetration Testing

    • Introduction to DOS Attack
    • Botnet
    • D-DOS Attack
    • SYN Flood Attack
    • UDP Flood
    • Smurf Attack
    • Packet Crafting
    • Others DOS Attack Tools

    Social Engineering Attack

    • Introduction to Social Engineering Attack
    • Payload and Listener Attack
    • Java Applet Attack
    • HTA Attack
    • MSFPC
    • DOS Attack
    • PowerShell Attack Vector
    • VNC Attack

    Covering Tracks & Maintaining access

    • Persistence
    • s4u_persistence
    • VSS_Persistence
    • Registry Persistence
    • Netcat
    • Clear Event Logs

    Network Vulnerability Assessment Tool

    • Nessus
    • GFI Languard
    • Nexpose
    • Openvas
    • MBSA

    • OWASP Top 10 Vulnerabilities
    • Threat Modelling Principle
    • Site Mapping & Web Crawling
    • Server & Application Fingerprinting
    • Identifying the entry points
    • Page enumeration and brute forcing
    • Looking for leftovers and backup files

    Authentication vulnerabilities

    • Authentication scenarios
    • User enumeration
    • Guessing passwords – Brute force & Dictionary attacks
    • Default users/passwords
    • Weak password policy
    • Direct page requests
    • Parameter modification
    • Password flaws
    • Locking out users
    • Lack of SSL at login pages
    • Bypassing weak CAPTCHA mechanisms
    • Login without SSL

    Authorization vulnerabilities

    • Role-based access control (RBAC)
    • Authorization bypassing
    • Forceful browsing
    • Client-side validation attacks
    • Insecure direct object reference


    Improper Input Validation & Injection vulnerabilities

    • Input validation techniques
    • Blacklist VS. Whitelist input validation bypassing
    • Encoding attacks
    • Directory traversal
    • Command injection
    • Code injection
    • Log injection
    • XML injection – XPath Injection | Malicious files | XML Entity
    • bomb
    • LDAP Injection
    • SQL injection
    • Common implementation mistakes – authentication
    • Bypassing using SQL Injection
    • Cross Site Scripting (XSS)
    • Reflected VS. Stored XSS
    • Special chars – ‘ & < >, empty

    Insecure file handling

    • Path traversal
    • Canonicalization
    • Uploaded files backdoors
    • Insecure file extension handling
    • Directory listing
    • File size
    • File type
    • Malware upload


    Session & browser manipulation attacks

    • Session management techniques
    • Cookie based session management
    • Cookie properties
    • Cookies – secrets in cookies, tampering
    • Exposed session variables
    • Missing Attributes – httpOnly, secure
    • Session validity after logoff
    • Long session timeout
    • Session keep alive – enable/disable
    • Session id rotation
    • Session Fixation
    • Cross Site Request Forgery (CSRF) – URL Encoding
    • Open redirect

    Information leak

    • Web Services Assessment
    • Web Service Testing
    • OWASP Web Service Specific Testing
    • Testing WSDL
    • Sql Injection to Root
    • LFI and RFI]
    • OWASP Top 10 Revamp

  • Identify Assets & Assess Sensitivity
  • Conduct Threat Analysis
  • Conduct Vulnerability Analysis
  • Determine Residual Risks
  • Prioritized Remediation Plan
  • Backing up the System Image and Configuration

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    Frequently Asked Questions


  • A Network Security Engineer is a person responsible for ensuring the implementation of security systems. They have to identify vulnerabilities, look after the maintenance of firewalls, switches, and routers to stop attacks.
  • A Cybersecurity Architect is responsible for researching, planning, and designing the elements required for security. They decide the policies and procedure as to how the company’s employees will use security systems to reduce the chances of lapses.
  • Cybersecurity Analyst looks out for security lapses in the systems, perform internal and external security audits, conduct vulnerability testing, and put in best practices to prevent security breach.
  • Cyber Security Manager is a higher position where the person has to maintain its security protocols. He/she has to manage a team of IT professionals to ensure data security.
  • Chief Information Security Officers (CISOs) are senior-level executives who ensure the entire cyber-security plan. The person has to respond to incidents of attacks and keep the security of the organisation intact.
  • A Digital Forensics Analyst is the one who advises on the reliability and availability of the data required. With the help of on-site and virtual searches, the analyst helps investigators collect digital evidence, examine the same and prepare evidence for the trial. A digital forensics analyst also has to train investigators and remain alert to any new technology entering the scene.
  • Vulnerability Assessment is the process of finding flaws on the target. Here, the organization knows that their system/network has flaws or weaknesses and want to find these flaws and prioritize the flaws for fixing.
  • Penetration Testing is the process of finding vulnerabilities on the target. In this case, the organization would have set up all the security measures they could think of and would want to test if there is any other way that their system/network can be hacked.
  • Cryptography is the practice and study of techniques for securing information and communication mainly to protect the data from third parties that the data is not intended for.
  • Both Encryption and Hashing are used to convert readable data into an unreadable format. The difference is that the encrypted data can be converted back to original data by the process of decryption but the hashed data cannot be converted back to original data.