Live Practical Exam
We offer a practical exam you won’t find elsewhere on this subject: practical application, full-cycle detection engineering, and machine learning.
Live presentation with grading from a professional.
This course emerged from the frustration with bloated Detection Engineering education, brimming with superfluous history and irrelevant content. Our mission is clear: to equip you with the knowledge required for instant contribution to a Detection Engineering team. No need for five courses, twenty books, or a multitude of blogs - we’ve got you covered.
NOTE - This course is under development. The amount of units, quizzes, and labs subject to change! Anticipating end of Q2 to early Q3 release. Join the waitlist and stay tuned!
Building off of Detection Engineering 100, we’ll introduce advanced concepts that are seen in matured programs, such as how to approach baselining an environment and dipping your toes into UBA with machine learning concepts.
We’ll also discuss how to manage a Detection Engineering program - while keeping track of your content metrics. This knowledge will not only complete your “schoolhouse” knowledge of Detection Engineering, but give you the capability to help stand up programs.
Learn how to work with large datasets utilizing data science methods such as machine learning.
Create fluid documentation, processes, and methods to track success within a detection engineering program.
Name: Team Ghost
Positions held: Threat Detection Engineer, Purple Team Engineer, and Senior Threat Hunter
Diverse Experience: SOC Prime (Detection Specialty), Nuspire (MSSP), Army (Federal), 2K (Internal Security)
Volunteer work: Director of Operations @ VetSec
Certifications: GREM, GCFA, GCFE, GCIA, GPYC, GPEN, GCIH, GSEC, OSCP, OSWP, PNPT, PJMR, eCTHP, CDCP Gold, BTL1
Develop the skills for cybersecurity threat detection and analysis over 5 modules, learning how to create sophisticated detection strategies for a wide range of cyber threats, both in network traffic and endpoint security.
Prerequisites: completion of Detection Engineering 100 and associated labs OR 2+ year(s) of experience in a threat role (Threat Hunter, Threat Detection Engineering)
You will receive a scenario and randomly selected malware sample at the beginning of this phase (within your VM range). You will find the sample, perform the entire process of detection engineering in the range - including all documentation (including an evaluation guideline to track success), and show your work to the course instructor over a live call in a presentable format.
A week-long period of time for you to complete your work, and your live presentation will be scheduled within the next 30 days (24 hours of range time).
You will receive feedback within 72 hours from the instructor.
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The course will have multiple purchasing tiers. These tiers will meet the different needs of each student (i.e. course purchase with exam attempt, etc) and will soon be listed on the course page. You can expect a price range from $300-500.
We are also working on getting regional pricing so that it is affordable to the rate of your residence/citizenship. More details on this coming later!