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CISCO CyberOps Associate course

Australian Cyber Collaboration Centre
Australian Cyber Collaboration Centre Lot Fourteen, Frome Rd, Adelaide SA 5000, Australia
From 05 February - 18 March 2024, 4:00PM — 7:00PM

Event description

Every organistion needs security expertise, before, during, and after an attack. Which is why the demand for cybersecurity operations (CyberOps) personnel keeps skyrocketing, with an estimated 3.5 million job openings worldwide in 2021. CyberOps teams guard business-critical infrastructure and applications. In real time, they protect digital assets, defend against threats, and respond to attacks.

How do you get started in a career in this exciting, high-energy field?

Gain practical hands-on skills needed to maintain and ensure security operational readiness of secure networked systems.

Course Overview

Cisco Certified CyberOps Associate is about preparing you for a career in a Security Operations Centre (SOC), the course introduces the core security concepts and skills needed to monitor, detect, analyse, and respond to cybercrime, espionage, insider threats, advanced persistent threats, regulatory requirements, and other cybersecurity issues facing organisations.

Course Trainer: Dr Saeed Ur Rehan

CISCO CyberOps certified training delivered by Dr Saeed Ur Rehan.  Dr. Saeed is a Senior Lecturer in Cybersecurity and Networking at Flinders University, Australia. He previously held academic roles in New Zealand, earning both his ME and PhD from the University of Auckland. An awarded Cisco Academy instructor, Dr. Saeed brings over a decade of experience in teaching cybersecurity and networking. He serves as the Course Coordinator for MIT (Networks and Cybersecurity) and Deputy Research Lead for the Data and Information Science section at Flinders University. A 2021-22 member of the SA Node Advisory Board, Dr. Saeed specializes in radiometric fingerprinting for wireless device security. He is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, UK, and a Senior IEEE member, with over 50 publications and an H-index of 16. His current research focuses on physical layer security and AI applications in wireless communication.

Pre-requisites

No specific requirements, however, candidates should have a technical background (Engineering/IT/Computer Science) or work in these industries. An ideal candidate would be a person with a networking/computer science background or an understanding of networking and computer configurations. To find out more click here.

Course Recognitions

Certificate of Completion, Letter, Digital Badge

Recommended Next Course

CCNA Security, IoT Security

Recommended Preparation

Introduction to Cybersecurity, Cyber Essentials

Target Audience

Students enrolled in technology degree programs at higher education institutions. IUT professionals who want to pursue a career in Security Operations.

Schedule

o Week 1: 5th February 4-7

o Week 2: 12th February 4-7pm & 15th February 4-7 pm

o Week 3: 19 February 4-7 pm & 22 February 4-7 pm

o Week 4: 26 February 4-7 pm & 29 February 4-7 pm

o Week 5: 4 March 4-7 pm

o Week 6: 11 March 4-7 pm

o Week 7: 18 March 4-7 pm

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