Certified Security Analyst Certification will help you to start your journey towards joining a security operations centre (SOC).SOC Analyst Certification aims at offering proficiency in performing entry-level and intermediate-level operations and therefore, it is helpful for both already existing as well as aspiring Tier I and Tier II SOC analysts.
EC-Council Certified Security Analyst Training Program will help you to master over trending and in-demand technical skills like
- Knowledge of SOC processes, procedures of these processes, technologies, and workflows.
- basic understanding and detailed knowledge of security threats, attacks, vulnerabilities, attacker’s behaviours, cyber kill chain, etc.
Through this SOC Analyst Certification Training our expert trainers offer in-depth knowledge with enhanced level capabilities for dynamiccontribution to a SOC team.CSA Training Course has been especially designed to help you learn :
- The basics of SOC operations,
- log management and correlation,
- SIEM deployment,
- advanced incident detection, and incident response
This SOC Analyst course will also help you to improve your knowledge regarding performance of enhanced threat detection using the predictive capabilities of Threat Intelligence.
SOC Analyst Certification acts as a launchpad for developing a security professional. It is very much in demand at present in the industry. This certification will not only enhance your knowledge but will also –
- Help you to demonstrate your skills and working experience for SOC Analyst job role
- Let you secure a job in the other network security related job roles which are now one of the top paying jobs of the year.
- Make you updated with latest skillset necessary for L1/L2 SOC Analyst
- Bring you in demanded by the employers
Certified Security Analyst Certification is best suitable for:
To apply for SOC Analyst Certification one year of work experience in the Network Admin/Security domain is compulsory. If the candidate attends official training this, experience isn’t required.
EC council provides exam in the form of different question banks with varying difficulty levels. Cut scores can range from 60% to 85%, depending on which Exam information of CEH v11 form is challenged.
- Module 1 – Security Operations and Management
- Understand the SOC Fundamentals
- Discuss the Components of SOC: People, Processes and Technology
- Understand the Implementation of SOC
- Module 2 – Understanding Cyber Threats, IoCs, and Attack Methodology
- Describe the term Cyber Threats and Attacks
- Understand the Network Level Attacks
- Understand the Host Level Attacks
- Understand the Application Level Attacks
- Understand the Indicators of Compromise (IoCs)
- Discuss the Attacker’s Hacking Methodology
- Module 3 – Incidents, Events, and Logging
- Understand the Fundamentals of Incidents, Events, and Logging
- Explain the Concepts of Local Logging
- Explain the Concepts of Centralized Logging
- Module 4 – Incident Detection with Security Information and Event Management (SIEM)
- Understand the Basic Concepts of Security Information and Event Management (SIEM)
- Discuss the Different SIEM Solutions
- Understand the SIEM Deployment
- Learn Different Use Case Examples for Application Level Incident Detection
- Learn Different Use Case Examples for Insider Incident Detection
- Learn Different Use Case Examples for Network Level Incident Detection
- Learn Different Use Case Examples for Host Level Incident Detection
- Learn Different Use Case Examples for Compliance
- Understand the Concept of Handling Alert Triaging and Analysis
- Module 5 – Enhanced Incident Detection with Threat Intelligence
- Learn Fundamental Concepts on Threat Intelligence
- Learn Different Types of Threat Intelligence
- Understand How Threat Intelligence Strategy is Developed
- Learn Different Threat Intelligence Sources from which Intelligence can be Obtained
- Learn Different Threat Intelligence Platform (TIP)
- Understand the Need of Threat Intelligence-driven SOC
- Module 6 – Incident Response
- Understand the Fundamental Concepts of Incident Response
- Learn Various Phases in Incident Response Process
- Learn How to Respond to Network Security Incidents
- Learn How to Respond to Application Security Incidents
- Learn How to Respond to Email Security Incidents
- Learn How to Respond to Insider Incidents
- Learn How to Respond to Malware Incidents
A SOC analyst is a cybersecurity professional responsible for detecting and managing security incidents in an organization’s security infrastructure.
For CSA training, one year of work experience in the Network Admin/Security domain is compulsory. If the candidate attends official training, this experience is not needed.
CSA certification is valid for three years from the date of passing the certification exam.
If a candidate does not successfully pass an EC-Council exam in the first attempt:
- First retake: No waiting period is required to attempt the exam for the second time (1st retake).
- Second retake: A waiting period of 14 days is required prior to attempting the exam for the third time.
- Third retake: A waiting period of 14 days is required prior to attempting the exam for the fourth time.
- Fourth retake: A waiting period of 14 days is required prior to attempting the exam for the fifth time.
Yes, you can review your answers before submitting the test and can mark questions to be reviewed later.
To get a physical copy of your certification, you can request here: https://cert.eccouncil.org/physical-certificate-printing.html
Duration: 3 hours
Number of questions: 100
You can apply for many job roles with CSA certification, such as cybersecurity security Analyst, technical support engineer, SOC analyst, and security consultant.
No, you cannot request for refund if you fail the test.
There are many tools that you will learn in this CSA training like Nmap, Wireshark, FTK imager, Network miner, Autopsy, Splunk, and so on.
A SOC should able to monitor network traffic, security events, vulnerabilities, and data breach incidents.
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