Advanced Diploma in Cyber Security Management (ADCSM)

About This Course

The Advanced Diploma in Cyber Security Management by NextGen Education Foundation aims to provide students with a comprehensive understanding of cyber security and risk management. The course is designed to equip students with the knowledge and skills required to secure an organization’s digital assets and prevent cyber attacks.

Upon completion of this course, students will be able to:

Overall, the Advanced Diploma in Cyber Security Management prepares students for successful careers in the field of cyber security by providing a well-rounded education and practical experience in the latest cyber security technologies and techniques.


Course Content:

Course 1

Networking & Operating System fundamentals

• Introduction to computer networking

• Network topologies and protocols

• TCP/IP model and OSI model

• IP addressing and subnetting

• Introduction to operating systems

• File systems and directory structures

• System administration basics

Course 2

CompTIA Network Security+

• Network architecture and design

• Network security devices and protocols

• Wireless network security

Course 3

Introduction to Cybersecurity

• Definition of cybersecurity

• Key concepts and principles

• Overview of the threat landscape

Cyber Threats and Attack Techniques

• Types of cyber threats

• Common attack techniques

• Social engineering and phishing attacks

Risk Management and Mitigation

• Risk assessment and analysis

• Risk mitigation strategies

• Incident response planning

Couse 4: CEH (v12)- Certified Ethical Hacker
• Introduction to Ethical Hacking
• Foot printing and Reconnaissance
• Scanning Networks
• Enumeration
• Vulnerability Analysis
• System Hacking
• Malware Threats
• Sniffing
• Social Engineering
• Denial-of-Service
• Session Hijacking
• Evading IDS, Firewalls, and Honeypots
• Hacking Web Servers
• Hacking Web Applications
• SQL Injection
• Hacking Wireless Networks
• Hacking Mobile Platforms
• IoT and OT Hacking
• Cloud Computing
• Cryptography


Course 5 : Cyber Risk Management and Mitigation

Cyber Risk Management Fundamentals

• Introduction to cyber risk management
• Overview of the cyber threat landscape
• Cyber risk management frameworks and standards
• Cyber risk management lifecycle

Vulnerability Management
• Introduction to vulnerability management
• Vulnerability assessment techniques
• Prioritizing vulnerabilities
• Remediation strategies

Threat Detection and Incident Response
• Introduction to threat detection and incident response
• Threat detection techniques
• Incident response planning and execution
• Post-incident analysis and reporting

Managed Threat Services
• Introduction to managed threat services
• Business-aligned risk-based approach
• Threat intelligence and analysis
• Threat management and mitigation

Application Security
• Introduction to application security
• Securing web applications
• Reviewing critical applications for security
• Managed vulnerability services

Phishing as a Service
• Introduction to phishing
• Phishing techniques and trends
• Educating employees to recognize and respond to phishing attacks
• Phishing as a Service (PaaS) offerings

Cyber Risk Program Management
• Developing a cyber-risk program
• Aligning cyber risk with business strategy
• Key performance indicators (KPIs) and metrics for cyber risk management
• Best practices for cyber risk program management

Course 6: Professional Practices


Course 7 : Industrial Internship

Future Demand for Cyber Security Professionals

The National Association of Software and Service Companies (NASSCOM) in India has estimated that the country will need 1 million cybersecurity professionals by 2025 to meet the growing demand for cybersecurity services.

The Cybersecurity Workforce Study by the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) found that the global cybersecurity workforce needs to grow by 145% to meet the demand for cybersecurity talent
- Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS)

The Global Cybersecurity Index (GCI) 2020 report by the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) predicts that the demand for cybersecurity professionals will grow to around 4.5 million by 2025.
- The Global Cybersecurity Index (GCI)


6 months

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