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Infosec Train’s Offensive Cyber Security Engineer (OCSE) Training Program

Infosec Train’s Offensive Cyber Security Engineer (OCSE) training is a carefully designed training program for offensive cybersecurity professionals. The training course aims at equipping candidates with the necessary skills to enhance the ethical hacking and advanced penetration testing skills of the candidates. The OCSE training program begins with intermediate-level cybersecurity concepts and then progresses through advanced penetration testing, network security, system hacking, and exploit development methodologies. It also prepares you for the renowned certifications hosted by EC-council such as C|EH and C|PENT.

Infosec Train's Offensive Cybersecurity Engineer (OCSE) Training Program

Skills that you will learn during the OCSE Training Course

  • Advanced ethical hacking concepts and management of information security efficiently
  • Writing your own custom codes
  • Understanding the Windows and Linux environment thoroughly
  • Understanding the corporate infrastructure at a different level
  • Architecting security infrastructure and framework for secure IT operations

Domains Covered in the OCSE Training

OCSE training is a blend of the following training programs:

  • Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) Training Program
  • MITRE ATT&CK Training Course
  • Advanced Penetration Testing (APT)
  • ISO 27001 Fundamental Training

Security Fundamentals: This section will cover the modules of CEH and CEH practical. Here a candidate will learn the basics of cybersecurity and get familiar with the various attack methodologies used by hackers or offensive security professionals. The candidates will get an in-depth understanding of:

  • Footprinting and Reconnaissance
  • Scanning networks, enumeration, and vulnerability analysis
  • System hacking, malware threats, sniffing, and social engineering attacks
  • Denial of service (DOS) attack, session hijacking, SQL injection
  • Hacking web applications, wireless networks, mobile platforms, IoT, and web servers
  • Evading IDS, Firewall, honeypots
  • Cryptography and fundamentals of cloud computing

The section also provides hands-on exposure to some of the widely used ethical hacking tools. Here is the list of the tools that are covered in this part:

Security Fundamentals

Infosec Train’s Advanced Penetration Testing (APT) Training: In this course, candidates will learn the advanced level concepts  such as how to exploit a network or system’s security, test intrusion detection and response abilities. The training will impart knowledge on how to detect vulnerabilities in these components and how to evade them without getting discovered. In this section, candidates will get an in-depth understanding of:

  • Planning and defining the scope of a penetration test
  • Information gathering and vulnerability identification
  • Various attacks and exploits
  • An active directory penetration test
  • Reporting and communication

Here is the list of tools covered in this section:

Advanced Penetration Testing

MITRE ATT&CK Red Teaming: The Infosec Train’s MITRE ATT&CK training course aims at providing knowledge about tactics and techniques used by adversaries to carry out sophisticated cyberattacks. Understanding the MITRE ATT&CK framework helps offensive as well as defensive teams. In this section of the training, candidates will learn about:

  • MITRE ATT&CK framework
  • MITRE ATT&CK Matrix/ MITRE ATT&CK Navigator
  • Testing with Caldera
  • Atomic Red Team test for MITRE ATT&CK

Here is the list of tools covered in this section:

MITRE ATT&CK Red Teaming

Exploit Development: This section will touch upon the basics of exploit development. The candidates will understand how to think out of the box and create their own exploits. There can be many circumstances where an offensive security professional can build their own exploit to evade the security posture. Therefore, skills development is a must. In this training, candidates will learn:

  • Linux fundamentals
  • Linux stack flow vulnerabilities
  • Stack overflow exploitation
  • Linux exploit mitigation regarding stack overflow exploitation
  • Return oriented programming
  • Learning how to write Linux shellcode

ISO 27001 Fundamentals: This section enables participants to get familiar with the IT regulatory frameworks, compliances, and integrity of enterprise systems. It helps Offensive Cybersecurity Engineers to develop and design a robust enterprise IT framework.

In this section, you will learn:

  • Standard and regulatory frameworks
  • Fundamental principles of information security
  • Information Security Management System (ISMS)
  • Audit principles
  • Onsite audit activities
  • Closing an audit

Salient Features of the OCSE Training

  • A comprehensive training program: To become an Offensive Cybersecurity Engineer, a cybersecurity professional must have a holistic view of cybersecurity domains and tools and technologies required to carry out the security operations and design a secure platform at the enterprise level. OCSE training program is meticulously designed by our subject-matter experts, and they have bundled all the essential skill sets in a single training program.
  • Learn from the industry experts: The trainers at Infosec Train are experts having in-depth knowledge of their field. They have vast industry experience. Their guidance will make you think effectively and beyond while solving a particular problem. The trainers are well versed in technical knowledge, and they will help you make the learning process easy.
  • Dedicated cloud-based labs: Infosec Train provides its trainees access to dedicated-cloud-based labs. The motive behind this is to promote and encourage a hands-on learning experience. The well-constructed labs will enable participants to practice offensive cybersecurity skills on real-world attack vectors. They will also get their hands on various tools that go hand-in-hand for an Offensive Cybersecurity Engineer.
  • Interactive training sessions: The training sessions are very interactive and thought-provoking. The instructors provide real-world examples with the theoretical parts and discuss the scenario-based problems that a cybersecurity engineer can face in his day-to-day work life.
  • Job interview preparation: In the end, a participant will get guidance on how to prepare well for an Offensive Cybersecurity Engineer’s job role. After completing the training, the trainers ensure that a candidate’s skill set aligns with the requirements of the job role.

Target Audience for OCSE Training Program

OCSE Training program is best suited for the following job roles:

Target Audience for OCSE Training Program

Prerequisites for OCSE Training Course

  • Basic knowledge of Networking Fundamentals
  • Basics of Linux
  • Fundamentals of Operating Systems

Offensive Cybersecurity Engineer Job Description

An Offensive Cybersecurity Engineer works within the offensive security team or Red Team. He is responsible for conducting a vulnerability assessment, penetration testing, and identifying flaws in the complex IT infrastructure. He breaks into the system using offensive security skills and offers contributions in technical operations and forming secure platforms. An Offensive Security Engineer also reviews the source code, web applications, and network security architecture. He provides solutions to mitigate potential cybersecurity threats present in the IT security posture.

Offensive Cybersecurity Engineer Salary

According to Glassdoor, the average salary of an offensive Cybersecurity Engineer is ₹664K in India.

Cybersecurity Engineer Salary

In the United States, Offensive Cybersecurity Engineer’s average salary is around $97K, ranging between $68K to $39K

Offensive Cybersecurity Engineer's average salary

Become an Offensive Cybersecurity Engineer with Infosec Train

Infosec Train is a prominent advanced IT security training provider with a proven track record of successfully turning individuals into elite cybersecurity professionals. Our OCSE Training program is an excellent opportunity for aspiring Offensive Cybersecurity Professionals to enhance their offensive cybersecurity (Red Teaming) skills and forge a promising career in the cybersecurity domain.

Get yourself enrolled today in our OCSE Training program:

Infosec Train’s Offensive Cybersecurity Engineer Training Program

Shubham Bhatt ( )
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Shubham Bhatt holds a bachelor's degree in computer science & engineering. He is passionate about information security and has been writing on it for the past three years. Currently, he is working as a Content Writer & Editor at Infosec Train.