CyberSec First Responder™ (CFR) - Online Course

Regular price $1,250.00

Course description:

Master Incident Response at Your Own Pace 

Lunarline-SCS’s CyberSec First Responder™ (CFR) is a self-directed, self-paced Computer Based Training (CBT) program that equips students with the skills needed to fight back against modern cyber threats. This course will teach students how to:

  • Assess information security risk in computing and networking environments
  • Collect cyber threat intelligence
  • Analyze the cybersecurity threat landscape
  • Respond to and investigate cybersecurity threats
  • Analyze data collected from security event logs
  • Assess and defend against post-attack techniques

Upon successfully completing this course, students will understand how to effectively prepare for, defend against and respond to successful cyber attacks.

 

Meet DoD Requirements and Contribute to National Defense 

To secure a cybersecurity position with the US Department of Defense (DoD), candidates must meet certain training and certification requirements. The Lunarline CFR CBT course supports a certification that is part of the DoD 8570 Baseline and meets 8140/8570 training requirements.

Through a partnership with CertNexus, all Lunarline CFR-CBT students who complete the course receive a voucher to take the CyberSec First Responder Certification Exam. Successful exam takers earn the CFR certification and qualify at the Cyber Security Service Professional (CSSP) level in the Analyst, Infrastructure Support, Incident Responder and Auditor roles.

Course Modules:

  • Module 1 – Data Collection and Analysis – Focuses on quantitative and qualitative techniques for analyzing and interpreting incident data.
  • Module 2 – Vulnerability Assessment – Covers how to conduct and analyze scan results and prepare post remediation actions.
  • Module 3 – The Incident Response Process – Provides an overview of the incident response process and industry best practices for preparation, response and remediation.
  • Module 4 – Incident Response, Methods, Tools and Techniques –Prepares students to execute disciplined techniques and use modern tools to prepare for and respond to advanced cyber incidents.
  • Module 5 – Threats and Attacks – Provides an historical look at threat trends with the intent of helping students contribute to a comprehensive defense of their organizations.

 

    NICE work roles & specialty area:

    All-Source Analyst / All-Source Analysis (ASA)
    All Source-Collection Manager / Collection Operations (CLO)
    All Source-Collection Requirements Manager / Collection Operations (CLO)
    Authorizing Official/Designating Representative / Risk Management (RSK)
    Cyber Crime Investigator / Cyber Investigation (INV)
    Cyber Defense Analyst / Cybersecurity Defense Analysis (CDA)
    Cyber Defense Forensics Analyst / Digital Forensics (FOR)
    Cyber Defense Incident Responder / Incident Response (CIR)
    Cyber Intel Planner / Cyber Operational Planning (OPL)
    Cyber Operator / Cyber Operations (OPS)
    Cyber Ops Planner / Cyber Operational Planning (OPL)
    Cyber Policy and Strategy Planner / Strategic Planning and Policy (SPP)
    Cyber Ops Planner / Cyber Operational Planning (OPL)
    Cyber Workforce Developer and Manager / Strategic Planning and Policy (SPP)
    Executive Cyber Leadership / Executive Cyber Leadership (EXL)
    Exploitation Analyst / Exploitation Analysis (EXP)
    Information Systems Security Developer / Systems Development (SYS)
    Program Manager / Program/Project Management (PMA) and Acquisition
    Security Architect / Systems Architecture (ARC)
    Security Control Assessor / Risk Management (RSK)
    System Administrator / Systems Administration (ADM)
    Systems Security Analyst / Systems Analysis (ANA)
    Systems Requirements Planner / Systems Requirements Planning (SRP)
    System Testing and Evaluation Specialist / Test and Evaluation (TST)
    Threat/Warning Analyst / Threat Analysis (TWA)
    Vulnerability Assessment Analyst / Vulnerability Assessment and Management (VAM)