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The Cyber Incident Response course will give students an understanding of how incidents are responded to at a high level, as well as allow them to build important technical skills through the hands-on labs and projects. This course starts with a high-level discussion of what happens at each phase of responding to an incident, followed by a technical deep dive into some of the more exciting parts of memory, network, and host analysis and forensics. This course is for anyone wishing to apply learned forensics and offensive knowledge such as ethical hacking to the incident response process....

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von Adrian S

24. Mai 2021

Gives an brief yet thorough introduction into the fundamentals of Cyber incident response. It is a comprehensive first course to help beginners understand the nature of Incident response, it place in an organization and the objectives of this domain in cybersecurity.

von 023_jagathesan_cse

20. Juni 2021

waste of spending time at this course. please dont buy

von Agnes K

18. Juni 2022

Everything was covered in the first week, from basic terminologies to strategies on how to employ best practices.

von Jon J H

31. Juli 2021

great short course but very useful!

von suder54

12. Jan. 2022

Enjoyed the content and Instructor

von Curtis S

12. Juli 2021

Excellent material.

von Robert D

18. Juli 2021

G​ood

von manhdv11

24. Dez. 2021

cool

von Paul D

5. Mai 2021

When following along during the videos there are many misspelled words or incorrect rendering of the instructors words. This can be confusing for the learner. Better editing/proof reading is needed.

von Sean C

3. Nov. 2021

Great basic theory

von Daniel R C J

12. Jan. 2022

Seems a little too basic. No mention of SIEM tools. Not enough about choosing a team. Seems too short and without specifics to call this a "course".