Offensive Cyber-Security Job Ready Program

The Offensive Cyber-Security Training is an intensive program that goes beyond traditional cybersecurity training. It focuses on the offensive side of cybersecurity, preparing individuals to act as ethical hackers to identify vulnerabilities and weaknesses in an organization's security infrastructure. The training covers a wide range of topics, ensuring participants gain a holistic understanding of red teaming methodologies, tools, and techniques.

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Course Features
  • Advanced Threat Simulation Labs
  • Continuous Learning Platform
  • Industry-Recognized Tool Proficiency
  • Interactive Workshops and Group Projects
  • Post-Training Support
  • Ethics and Legal Compliance Training


In today's rapidly evolving digital landscape, the demand for skilled cybersecurity professionals is higher than ever. As organizations strive to secure their networks and systems from potential threats, the role of a Certified Red Teamer has become increasingly crucial. This comprehensive training program is designed to equip individuals with the knowledge, skills, and practical experience needed to excel in the dynamic field of offensive cybersecurity.

The training program places a strong emphasis on practical, hands-on labs and real-world scenarios. Participants will engage in simulated environments, allowing them to apply their knowledge in a controlled setting. This approach ensures that graduates not only understand theoretical concepts but can also effectively execute red teaming tasks in real-world situations.

Upon successful completion of the Certified Red Teamer Training, participants will be awarded a certification recognized in the cybersecurity industry. This certification serves as validation of their skills and readiness to take on roles as certified red team professionals.

What you will learn

  • System Administration
  • Network Administration
  • Vulnerability Assessment
  • Use of Red Teaming Tools
  • Post Exploitation Techniques
  • Red Teaming Operations
  • Cryptography



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Course Content

Course 1 :- Fundamentals of Linux Administration (21 Lectures)

Lesson 1 : History of Linux

Characteristics of Linux

Command Line Interface and Basics Commands

Shell and Scripts

Lesson 2: Understand Users and Groups in Linux

Manage User Accounts

Manage Group Accounts

Understand Privilege Escalation

Lesson 3 : Understand Permissions

Understand Standard Linux Permission

Understand Special Linux Permission

Understand Access Control Lists

Lesson 4 : Understand File Management

File System in Linux

Basic File Management Commands

Editing in a file

Advance Commands for Files and services

Lesson 5 : Understand Software and Package Management

Understand Software management

Understand Package Management

Essential tools in Linux

Course 2 :- Fundamentals of Network Administration (44 Lectures)

Lesson 1 : Understand OSI Model

Understand TCP/IP Model

Understand OSI Model

Lesson 2: Understand Ethernet Switching

Introduction to Network Devices

Understand Network Interfaces

How to deploy Common Ethernet Switching Features

Lesson 3: IPv4 Addressing

Understand IPv4 Addressing Schemes

Understand IPv4 Forwarding

How to Configure IP Networks and Subnets

Lesson 4: Supporting IPv4 and IPv6 Networks

Understand tools to test IP Configuration

Troubleshoot IP Networks

Understand IPv6 addressing Scheme

Lesson 5: How to Configure and Troubleshoot Routers

Compare and Contrast Routing Concepts

Compare and Contrasts Dynamics Routing Concepts

How to install and troubleshoot Routers

Lesson 6: Understand Network topologies and types

Understand Network Types and Characteristics

Understand tiered Switching Architecture

Understand Virtual LAN

Lesson 7: Understand Network Services

Understand Network Addressing Services

Understand Name Resolution Services

Understand DNS Services

Lesson 8: Understand Network Applications

Understand Use of Web, file/Print and Database Services

Understand Use of Email and Voice Services

Lesson 9: Supporting and Troubleshooting Secure Networks

Compare and Contrast Security Appliances

Troubleshoot Services and Security Issues

Lesson 10: Understand how to deploy and troubleshoot wireless networks

Summarize Wireless Standards

Install Wireless Networks

Troubleshoot Wireless Networks

Configure and Troubleshoot Wireless Security

Lesson 11: Comparing WAN Links and Remote Access Methods

Explain WAN Provider Links

Compare and Contrast Remote Access Methods

Lesson 12: Explain Disaster Recovery and High availability Concepts

Explain Disaster Recovery

Explain High availability Concepts

Course 3 :- Vulnerability Assessment (84 Lectures)

Lesson 1: Scoping Organizational/Customer Requirements.

Define Organizational PenTesting..

Acknowledge Compliance Requirements.

Compare Standards and Methodologies

Describe Ways to Maintain Professionalism

Lesson 2: Defining the Rules of Engagement

Assess Environmental Consideration

Outline the Rules of Engagement

Prepare Legal Documents

Lesson 3: Footprinting and Gathering Intelligence

Discover the Target

Gather Essential Data

Compile Website Information

Discover Open-Source Intelligence Tools

Lesson 4: Evaluating Human and Physical Vulnerabilities

Exploit the Human Psyche

Summarize Physical Attacks

Use Tools to Launch a Social Engineering Attack

Analyze Indicators of Malware Based Attacks

Lesson 5: Preparing the Vulnerability Scan

Plan the Vulnerability Scan

Detect Defenses.

Utilize Scanning Tool

Lesson 6: Scanning Logical Vulnerabilities

Scan Identified Targets.

Evaluate Network Traffic

Uncover Wireless Assets

Lesson 7: Analyzing Scanning Results

Discover Nmap and NSE

Enumerate Network Hosts

Analyze Output from Scans

Lesson 8: Avoiding Detection and Covering Tracks

Evade Detection

Use Steganography to Hide and Conceal

Establish a Covert Channel

Lesson 9: Exploiting the LAN

Enumerating Hosts.

Attack LAN Protocols

Compare Exploit Tools

Lesson 10: Testing Wireless Networks

Discover Wireless Attacks

Explore Wireless Tools

Lesson 11: Web Application-Based Attacks.

Recognize Web Vulnerabilities

Launch Session Attacks.

Plan Injection Attacks.

Identify Tools

Lesson 12: Performing System Hacking

System Hacking

Use Remote Access Tools

Analyze Exploit Code

Lesson 13: Scripting and Software Development.

Analyzing Scripts and Code Samples.

Create Logic Constructs.

Automate Penetration Testing.

Lesson 14: Leveraging the Attack: Pivot and Penetrate

Test Credentials.

Move Throughout the System

Maintain Persistence

Lesson 15: Communicating During the PenTesting Process.

Define the Communication Path

Communication Triggers

Use Built-in Tools for Reporting

Lesson 16: Summarizing Report Components

Identify Report Audience

List report contents

Define Best Practices for Reports

Lesson 17: Recommending Remediation

Employ Technical Controls

Administrative and Operational Controls

Physical Control

Lesson 18: Performing Post-Report Delivery Activities

Post-Engagement Clean-up

Follow-Up Actions

Lesson 19: Summarizing Basic Cryptographic Concepts

Compare and Contrast Cryptographic Ciphers

Summarize Cryptographic Mode of Operations

Summarize Cryptographic Use cases and Weaknesses

Summarize other Cryptographic Technologies

Lesson 20: Implementing Authentication Control

Summarize Authentication Design Concepts

Implement Knowledge-Based Authentication

Implement Authentication Technologies

Summarize BioMetrics Authentication Concepts

Course 4:- Security Administration (45 Lectures)

Lesson 1: Fundamentals of Forensics

Incident response Process and Framework

Incident response Process Plan

Forensics Fundamentals

Lesson 2: Evidence Acquisition

Collecting Network Evidences

Firewall and Proxy Logs


Packet Captures


Lesson 3: Acquiring Host-Based Evidences


Order of Volatility

Acquiring Volatile Memory

Acquiring Non-Volatile Memory

Lesson 4: Forensic Imaging

Introduction to Forensics Imaging

Imaging Tools

Imaging Techniques

Lesson 5: Analyzing Evidences

Analyzing Network Evidences

Analyzing Firewall and Proxy logs

Analyzing Packet captures

Analyzing System Memory

Analyzing System Storage

Lesson 6: Analyzing Log FIles

Logging and Log management

Working with event management systems

Understanding Windows Log

Analyzing Windows event logs

Lesson 7: Writing the Incident Report Documentation Overview

Documents Overview

Incident tracking

Written Reports

Lesson 8: Leveraging Threat Intelligence

Understanding threat Intelligence

Threat intelligence sources

Threat intelligence platforms

Using Threat intelligence

Lesson 9: Utilizing Digital Forensics and Indicator Analysis Techniques

Identify Digital Forensics Techniques

Analyze Network-related IoCs

Analyze Host-related IoCs

Analyze Application-related IoCs

Analyze Lateral Movement and Pivot IoCs

Course Details

The Offensive Cyber-Security Training is designed to equip participants with a diverse set of skills necessary for conducting ethical hacking and offensive cybersecurity operations. The following skills are covered in the training program

  • Fundamentals of System Administration
  • Fundamentals of Network Administration
  • Vulnerability Assessment
  • Security Administration

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Exam & Certification

Upon successful completion of this training and project submission, candidate will be awarded with a certificate.

Offensive Cyber-Security Job Ready Program

Frequently Asked Questions

This program is designed to prepare individuals for roles in offensive cybersecurity, focusing on penetration testing, ethical hacking, and related skills. It equips participants with the knowledge and tools necessary to identify and exploit vulnerabilities in systems and networks, with the aim of improving overall security posture.

This program is suitable for individuals interested in pursuing careers in offensive cybersecurity, including aspiring penetration testers, ethical hackers, security analysts, and cybersecurity professionals looking to enhance their offensive skills.

Participants will learn various offensive cybersecurity techniques and tools, including but not limited to penetration testing methodologies, network exploitation, vulnerability assessment, social engineering, and threat intelligence gathering.

While there are no strict prerequisites, a basic understanding of networking, operating systems, and cybersecurity concepts is beneficial. Participants should have a keen interest in cybersecurity and a willingness to learn.

Graduates of this program may pursue various roles in offensive cybersecurity, including penetration tester, ethical hacker, security analyst, security consultant, and more. Opportunities exist in both the private and public sectors, including cybersecurity firms, government agencies, and corporations.

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