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Threat Hunting Professional Online Training Course
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In Infosectrain, Grab the Threat Hunting Training to achieve a deep understanding of Threat Hunting techniques and the role of Threat Hunters. Our training is curated with the in-depth concepts of Threat Hunting methods and helps you to get certified for the Cyber Threat Hunting Professional exam.

Threat Hunting Course Highlights

  • 32 hrs of instructor-led training
  • Course completion certificate
  • Learn from Industry Experts
  • Post Training support

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Threat Hunting Course Description

Overview:

Threat hunting and Incidence response techniques have been enhanced over years. Organizations are using advanced techniques to identify the threats with skilled threat hunters before any damage or loss takes place. Our Threat Hunting Professional Online Training Course empowers your skills and helps to understand the threats and their objectives.

InfosecTrain has curated Threat Hunting Professional online training course that gives you the skills to proactively hunt for threats and become a stealthier penetration tester. Our expert trainers will teach you the principles and process of threat hunting and the step-by-step instructions are provided to hunt for threats in the network.

Why Threat hunting Training Course with InfoSecTrain?

InfosecTrain is one of the finest security and technology training and consulting organizations, focusing on a range of IT security training and Information Security services. InfosecTrain offers complete training and consulting solutions to its customers globally. Whether the requirements are technical services, certification, or customized training, InfosecTrain is consistently delivering the highest quality and best success rate in the industry.

  • We offer entire certification-based training.
  • We have certified and highly experienced trainers who have an in-depth knowledge of the subject.
  • Our training schedule is flexible and we also provide recordings of the lectures.
  • We deliver post-training support.
  • We also bring forth an interactive Q & A session.

Target Audience

  • Software Engineers
  • IT Managers
  • Cyber Security Analysts
  • Network Security Engineers
  • Red Team Members / Penetration Testers
  • Incident Response Team Members

Pre-Requisite

  • Experience of network monitoring and pentesting tools and methodology
  • Fundamental command-line skills in Linux and Windows
  • Understanding of basic information security concepts
  • Working understanding of networking devices and protocols such as switches, routing, security devices, common network protocols, etc.

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Threat Hunting Course Objectives

At the end of the course, you will be able to:

  • Define the Threat Hunting and its objectives to the organization
  • Implement the Threat mission to identify, and automate the hunting process
  • Understand the use cases for the hunting program
  • Develop the hunt missions for threat hunting
  • Grab the endpoints and network for hunting

 

Threat Hunting Course Content

1. Threat Hunting Terminology

  • What is Threat, its Types
  • Incident Response & Threat Hunting Relationship
  • Incident Response Plan, Policies & Practices
  • Rapid Response and Breach Assessment
    • Earliest Detection
    • Communication and Notification
    • Containment & Eradication
    • Stop to Subsequent Attacks
  • APT : Advanced Persistent Threat
  • Tactics, Techniques, and Procedure
  • Pyramid of Pain
    Hash values , Ip address , Domain names , Network /Host artifacts , tools , TTP’s.
  • Cyber Kill Chain
  • Diamond Model Analysis

2. Threat Hunting Hypothesis

  • MITRE ATT&CK Framework
  • Pre and Post Compromise Detection with Mitre ATT&CK
  • Data Collection
  • Hunting Hypothesis and Methodology
    • Pick a Tactic and Technique
    • find procedure(s)
    • perform a attack simulation
    • Identify evidence to collect
    • Set scope.

3. Network Traffic Hunting

  • ARP Traffic
  • ICMP traffic
  • TCP and UDP Analysis
  • HTTP and HTTPS traffic suspects
  • Detecting SQL Injection,Command injection From Network Traffic
  • Network Hunting and Forensics
  • Wireshark, Network Miner

4. Web Hunting

  • Introduction
  • Web Shell Process
  • Types of Web Shells
  • Hunt , Analyse for Web Shells
  • File Upload Detection
  • RFI LFI Detection
  • XSS Detection
  • Analyzing Web Server Logs

5. Endpoint Hunting

  • Introduction
  • Windows Processes
    • smss.exe
    • Winlogon.exe
    • Wininit.exe
    • Services.exe
    • Lsass.exe
    • Svchost.exe
    • Taskhost.exe
    • explorer.exe
  • Endpoint Baselines
  • Threat Hunting with PowerShell
  • Registry Analysis

6. Malware Hunting

  • Malware Overview
  • Redline :
    • Collector
    • Usage
    • File Analysis
    • Detection Code Injection
  • Memory Forensics Analysis for Threat Hunting
  • Understanding Common Windows Services and Processes
  • Identify Rogue Processes
  • Analyze Process DLLs
  • Review Network Artifacts
  • Check for Signs of a Rootkit
  • Acquire Suspicious Processes
  • Memory analysis using Volatility
  • Steganography, ADS ,Overwriting Metadata – Anti Forensics Detection
  • Corporate Case Study
  • Case Study : Ransomware as a Service

7. Hunting with ELK

  • Introduction to the Elastic Stack
  • Introducing Logstash
  • Elasticsearch – The heart of the stack
  • Beats and Agents
  • Viewing Elasticsearch data with Kibana
  • Leveraging the Elastic Stack for Collection and Analysis
  • Operationalizing Threat Hunting
  • Using Kibana to Pivot Through Data to Find Adversaries

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Threat Hunting FAQs

1. What is the purpose of threat hunting?
Effective threat hunting shortens the time between intrusion and detection, allowing attackers to cause less harm.
2. What are the 5 steps of threat hunting?

The 5 steps of threat hunting are:

  • Hypothesis
  • Collect and Process Intelligence and Data
  • Trigger
  • Investigation
  • Response/Resolution
3. What are the most difficult aspects of threat hunting?
For most SOCs, the price of licences and data storage make collecting and storing all security data for real-time and historical analysis too expensive. Querying enormous amounts of data might take a long time to respond to.
4. What tool may be used in threat hunting?
  • Security Monitoring Tools- Firewalls, antivirus, and endpoint security solutions are examples of security monitoring technologies that collect data and monitor the network.
  • SIEM Solutions- Security Information and Event Management (SIEM), assist in the handling of raw security data and enable real-time threat analysis.
5. What is the broad definition of threat hunting?
Threat hunting is the practise of locating potential attackers before they can launch an assault. Threat hunting is a proactive strategy that blends human analysis and instinct with security technologies, analytics, and threat information.
6. Which method of threat hunting is regarded as the least difficult?
By far the most simple process of hunting is searching. Searching entails using preset search parameters to find data about certain items.
7. Is threat hunting and threat detection the same thing?
Threat detection is a way of detecting known threats that is usually automated, whereas threat hunting is a creative process with a flexible methodology that focuses on the hunter seeking the hacker.
8. Which method of threat hunting is the most proactive?
The technique of proactively searching through networks or datasets to discover and respond to sophisticated cyberthreats that circumvent standard rule- or signature-based security measures is known as proactive threat hunting.

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