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Cyber Security Course in Mumbai

Cyber Security Course in Mumbai

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Course Summary

Cyber security is the field of information technology associated with the security of computer systems and data. It helps to encompass the threats into computer hardware, software and data which includes theft, hacking, viruses and much more. The internet security field has grown immensely as more devices become internet-enabled and more services became online. Cyber Security course in Mumbai is beneficial to get knowledge of security mechanisms and standards. After this course, students would also be able to design new systems and infrastructure-level security solutions.

Global Institute of Cyber Security and Ethical Hacking delivers an in-depth best Cyber Security training in Mumbai. Students having Cyber Security certification are able to secure a quick job in an MNC. Participants need to enrol in a best Cyber Security training institute in Mumbai to attain the skills involved in the technology. Our trainers are expert professionals from the industry. At Global Institute of Cyber Security and Ethical Hacking, the best Cyber Security institute in Mumbai, our trainers have developed practical modules combining the syllabus (industry compliance). During the Cyber Security course in Mumbai, trainers create realistic situation using simulators and devices.

Global Institute of Cyber Security and Ethical Hacking Mumbai Cyber Security is all about practical and practice; our classes include theory and practical exposure for the students in learning. Join the best Cyber Security training in Mumbai provided by Global Institute of Cyber Security and Ethical Hacking Mumbai to avail quick Cyber Security coaching, moderate course fee, and placement after Ab initio course.

At Global Institute of Cyber Security and Ethical Hacking, we consider students as our responsibility. Our values inspire us to provide students a comprehensive Cyber Security training so that they achieve their career goals confidently. For this, we have a laboratory in accordance to industry standards which has latest devices, applications and software. Our institute is equipped with all the required facilities like: Wi-Fi facility, latest I.T infrastructure, and smart classroom facilities.


ECSA (Syllabus or Outline)
Module 1 (Core Modules)

Day 1 (Security Configuration Criteria and Web Testing Security Configuration Check Methodologies)
Day 2 (TCP/IP Packet Delivery and Analysis)
Day 3 (Pre-penetration Testing Security Configuration Check for NPT and WAPT Steps)
Day 4 (Information Gathering Methodology For Testing Security Configuration Check )
Day 5 (Vulnerability Analysis For Network and Web )
Day 6 (External and Internal Network Penetration Testing Security Configuration Check Methodology)
Day 7 ( Internal Network Penetration Testing Security Configuration Check Methodology with implementation )
Day 8 (Firewall Penetration Testing Security Configuration Check Methodology with implementation )
Day 9 ( IDS Penetration Testing Security Configuration Check Methodology with Configuration )
Day 10 ( Web Application Penetration Testing Security Configuration Check Methodology with implementation )
Day 11 (SQL Penetration Testing Security Configuration Check Methodology with Configuration )
Day 12 (Database Penetration Testing Security Configuration Check Methodology with Security Configuration Measurement)
Day 13 (Wireless Network Penetration Testing Security Configuration Check Methodology with implementation)
Day 14 (Mobile Devices Penetration Testing Security Configuration Check Methodology with configuration)
Day 15 (Cloud Penetration Testing Security Configuration Check Methodology with network infrastructure)
Day 16 (Report Writing and Post Test Actions with Solutions)

Day 1 (Password Cracking Penetration Testing Security Configuration Check with Security Configuration Check)
Day 2 (Router and Switches Penetration Testing Security Configuration Check with verification)
Day 3 (Denial-of-Service Penetration Testing Security Configuration Check with verification )
Day 4 (Stolen Laptop, PDAs and Cell Phones Penetration Testing Security Configuration Check with result and security)
Day 5 (Source Code Penetration Testing Security Configuration Check with implementation )
Day 6 (Physical Security Configuration Penetration Testing Security Configuration Check with configuration )
Day 7 (Surveillance Camera Penetration Testing Security Configuration Check with Security Configuration configuration )
Day 8 (VoIP Penetration Testing Security Configuration Check with implementation )
Day 9 (VPN Penetration Testing Security Configuration Check with Configuration )
Day10 (Virtual Machine Penetration Testing Security Configuration Check )
Day11 (War Dialing)
Day12 (Virus and Trojan Detection)
Day13 (Log Management Penetration Testing Security Configuration Check
Day14 (File Integrity Checking)
Day15 (Telecommunication and Broadband Communication Penetration Testing Security Configuration Check )
Day16 (Email Security Configuration Penetration Testing Security Configuration Check )
Day17 (Security Configuration Patches Penetration Testing Security Configuration Check )
Day18 (Data Leakage Penetration Testing Security Configuration Check )
Day19 (SAP Penetration Testing Security Configuration Check )
Day20 (Standards and Compliance)
Day21 (Information System Security Configuration Principles)
Day22 (Information System Incident Handling and Response)
Day23 (Information System Auditing and Certification)



Syllabus for CHFI


Day 1 (Security Checking and result Science)

Day 2 (Computer Security Checking and result )
Task1 (Security Configuration Incident Report)
Task2 (Aspects of Organizational Security)
Task3 (Evolution of Computer Security Checking and result )
Task4 (Objective of Computer Security Checking and result )
Task5 (Need for Compute Security Checking and result )

Day3 (Security Checking and result Readiness)
Task1 (Benefits of Security Checking and result Readiness)
Task 2 (Goals of Security Checking and result Readiness)
Task 3 (Security Checking and result Readiness Planning)

Day4 (Cyber Crime)
Task4 (Computer Facilitated Crimes)
Task5 (Modes of Attacks)
Task6 (Examples of Cyber Crime)
Task7 (Types of Computer Crimes)
Task8 (Cyber Criminals)
Task9 (Organized Cyber Crime: Organizational Chart)
Task9 (How Serious are Different Types of Incidents?)
Task10 (Disruptive Incidents to the Business)
Task11 (Cost Expenditure Responding to the Security Configuration Incident)

Day5 (Cyber Crime Investigation)
Task1 (Key Steps in Security Checking and result Investigation)
Task2 (Rules of Security Checking and result Investigation)
Task3 (Need for Security Checking and result Investigator)
Task4 (Role of Security Checking and result Investigator)
Task5 (Accessing Computer Security Checking and result Resources)
Task6 (Role of Digital Evidence)

Day 6 (Corporate Investigations)
Task1 (Understanding Corporate Investigations)
Task2 (Approach to Security Checking and result Investigation: A Case Study)
Task3 (Instructions for the Computer forensic Investigator to Approach the Crime Scene)
Task4 (Why and When Do You Use Computer Security Checking and result ?)
Task5 (Enterprise Theory of Investigation (ETI))
Task6 (Legal Issues)
Task7 (Reporting the Results)

Day 7 (Reporting a Cyber Crime)
Task1 (Why you Should Report Cybercrime?)
Task2 (Reporting Computer-Related Crimes)
Task3 (Person Assigned to Report the Crime)
Task4 (When and How to Report an Incident?)
Task5 (Who to Contact at the Law Enforcement?
Task6 (Federal Local Agents Contact)
Task7 (More Contacts) vTask8 (CIO Cyberthreat Report Form)

Day1 (Investigating Computer Crime)
Task1 (Before the Investigation)
Task2 (Build a Security Checking and result Workstation)
Task3 (Building the Investigation Team)
Task4 (People Involved in Computer Security Checking and result )
Task5 (Review Policies and Laws)
Task6 (Security Checking and result Laws)
Task7 (Notify Decision Makers and Acquire Authorization)
Task8 (Risk Assessment)
Task9 (Build a Computer Investigation Toolkit)

Day2 (Steps to Prepare for a Computer Security Checking and result Investigation)
Day3 (Computer Security Checking and result Investigation Methodology)

Day4 (Obtain Search Warrant)
Task1 (Example of Search Warrant)
Task2 (Searches Without a Warrant)

Day5 (Evaluate and Secure the Scene
Task3 (Security Checking and result Photography)
Task4 (Gather the Preliminary Information at the Scene)
Task5 (First Responder)

Day6 (Collect the Evidence)
Task1 (Collect Physical Evidence)
Task2 (Evidence Collection Form)
Task3 (Collect Electronic Evidence)
Task4 (Guidelines for Acquiring Evidence)
Task5 (Secure the Evidence)
Task6 (Evidence Management)
Task7 (Chain of Custody)
Task8 (Chain of Custody Form)
Task9 (Acquire the Data)
Task10 (Duplicate the Data (Imaging))
Task11 (Verify Image Integrity)
Task12 (MD5 Hash Calculators: HashCalc, MD5 Calculator and HashMyFiles)
Task13 (Recover Lost or Deleted Data)
Task14 (Data Recovery Software)
Task15 (Analyze the Data)
Task16 (Data Analysis)
Task17 (Data Analysis Tools)
Task18 (Assess Evidence and Case)
Task19 (Evidence Assessment)
Task20 (Case Assessment)
Task21 (Processing Location Assessment)
Task22 (Best Practices to Assess the Evidence)
Task23 (Prepare the Final Report)
Task24 (Documentation in Each Phase)
Task25 (Gather and Organize Information)
Task26 (Writing the Investigation Report)
Task27 (Sample Report)
Task28 (Testifying as an Expert Witness)
Task29 (Expert Witness)
Task30 (Testifying in the Court Room)
Task31 (Closing the Case)
Task32 (Maintaining Professional Conduct)
Task33 (Investigating a Company Policy Violation)
Task34 (Computer Security Checking and result Service Providers)

Day1 (Searching and Seizing Computers without a Warrant)
Day2 (A: Fourth Amendment's "Reasonable Expectation of Privacy" in Cases Involving Computers: General Principles)
Day3 (Reasonable Expectation of Privacy in Computers as Storage Devices)
Day4 (Reasonable Expectation of Privacy and Third-Party Possession)
Day5 (Private Searches)
Day6 (Use of Technology to Obtain Information)
Day7 (Exceptions to the Warrant Requirement in Cases Involving Computers)
Day8 (Consent)
Day9 (Scope of Consent)
Day10 (Third-Party Consent)
Day11 (Implied Consent)
Day12 (Exigent Circumstances)
Day13 (Plain View)
Day14 (Search Incident to a Lawful Arrest)
Day15 (Inventory Searches)
Day16 (Border Searches)
Day17 (International Issues)
Day18 (Special Case: Workplace Searches)
Day19 (Private Sector Workplace Searches)
Day20 (Public-Sector Workplace Searches)
Day21 (Searching and Seizing Computers with a Warrant)
Day22 (Successful Search with a Warrant)
Day23 (Basic Strategies for Executing Computer Searches)
Day24 (When Hardware is itself Contraband, Evidence, or an Instrumentality or Fruit of Crime)
Day25 (When Hardware is Merely a Storage Device for Evidence of Crime)
Day26 (The Privacy Protection Act)
Day27 (The Terms of the Privacy Protection Act)
Day28 (Application of the PPA to Computer Searches and Seizures)
Day29 (Civil Liability Under the Electronic Communications Privacy Act (ECPA)
Day30 (Considering the Need for Multiple Warrants in Network Searches)
Day31 (No-Knock Warrants)
Day32 (Sneak-and-Peek Warrants)
Day33 (Privileged Documents)
Day34 (Drafting the Warrant and Affidavit)
Day35 (Accurately and Particularly Describe the Property to be Seized in the Warrant and/or Attachments to the Warrant)
Day36 (Defending Computer Search Warrants Against Challenges Based on the Description of the "Things to Be Seized")
Day37 ( Establish Probable Cause in the Affidavit)
Day38 (In the Affidavit Supporting the Warrant, include an Explanation of the Search Strategy as Well as the Practical & Legal Considerations that Will Govern the Execution of the Search)
Day39 (Post-Seizure Issues)
Day40 (Searching Computers Already in Law Enforcement Custody)
Day41 (The Permissible Time Period for Examining Seized Computers)
Day42 ( Rule 41(e) Motions for Return of Property)
Day43 (The Electronic Communications Privacy Act)
Day44 (Providers of Electronic Communication Service vs. Remote Computing Service)
Day45 (Classifying Types of Information Held by Service Providers)
Day46 (Compelled Disclosure Under ECPA)
Day47 (Voluntary Disclosure)
Day48 (Working with Network Providers)
Day49 (Electronic Surveillance in Communications Networks)
Day50 (Content vs. Addressing Information)
Day51 (The Pen/Trap Statute, 18 U.S.C. §§ 3121-3127)
Day52 (The Wiretap Statute ("Title III"), 18 U.S.C. §§ 2510-2522)
Day53 (Exceptions to Title III)
Day54 (Remedies For Violations of Title III and the Pen/Trap Statute)
Day55 (Evidence)
Day56 (Authentication)
Day57 (Hearsay)
Day58 (Other Issues)

Day1 (Digital Data)
Task1 - Definition of Digital Evidence
Task2 - Increasing Awareness of Digital Evidence
Task2 - Challenging Aspects of Digital Evidence
Task3 (The Role of Digital Evidence)
Task4 ( Characteristics of Digital Evidence)
Task5 (Fragility of Digital Evidence)
Task6 (Anti-Digital Security Checking and result (ADF))

Day2 (Types of Digital Data)
Task1 (Types of Digital Data)

Day3 (Rules of Evidence)
Task1 (Rules of Evidence)
Task2 (Best Evidence Rule)
Task3 (Federal Rules of Evidence)
Task4 (International Organization on Computer Evidence (IOCE))
Task5 (IOCE International Principles for Digital Evidence)
Task6 (Scientific Working Group on Digital Evidence (SWGDE))
Task7 (SWGDE Standards for the Exchange of Digital Evidence)

Day4 (Electronic Devices: Types and Collecting Potential Evidence)
Task1 (Electronic Devices: Types and Collecting Potential Evidence)
Task2 (Digital Evidence Examination Process)

Day1 (Evidence Assessment)
Task1 (Prepare for Evidence Acquisition)

Day2 (Evidence Acquisition)
Task2 (Preparation for Searches)
Task3 (Seizing the Evidence)
Task4 (Imaging)
Task5 (Bit-Stream Copies)
Task6 (Write Protection)
Task7 (Evidence Acquisition)
Task8 (Evidence Acquisition from Crime Location)
Task9 (Acquiring Evidence from Storage Devices)
Task10 (Collecting Evidence)
Task11 (Collecting Evidence from RAM)
Task12 (Collecting Evidence from a Standalone Network Computer)
Task13 (Chain of Custody)
Task14 (Chain of Evidence Form)

Day3 (Evidence Preservation)
Task1 (Preserving Digital Evidence: Checklist)
Task2 (Preserving??Removable Media)
Task3 (Handling Digital Evidence)
Task4 (Store and Archive)
Task5 (Digital Evidence Findings)

Day4 (Evidence Examination and Analysis)
Task1 (Evidence Examination)
Task2 (Physical Extraction)
Task3 (Logical Extraction)
Task4 (Analyze Host Data)
Task5 (Analyze Storage Media)
Task6 (Analyze Network Data)
Task7 (Analysis of Extracted Data)
Task8 (Timeframe Analysis)
Task9 (Data Hiding Analysis)
Task10 (Application and File Analysis)
Task11 (Ownership and Possession)

Day5 (Evidence Documentation and Reporting)
Task1 (Documenting the Evidence)
Task2 (Evidence Examiner Report)
Task3 (Final Report of Findings)
Task4 (Computer Evidence Worksheet)
Task5 (Hard Drive Evidence Worksheet)
Task6 (Removable Media Worksheet)

Day6 (Electronic Crime and Digital Evidence Consideration by Crime Category)
Task7 (Electronic Crime and Digital Evidence Consideration by Crime Category)

Day1 (Electronic Evidence)
Day2 (First Responder)
Day3 (Roles of First Responder)
Day4 (Electronic Devices: Types and Collecting Potential Evidence)

Day5 (First Responder Toolkit)
Task1 (First Responder Toolkit)
Task2 (Creating a First Responder Toolkit)
Task3 (Evidence Collecting Tools and Equipment)

Day6 (First Response Basics)
Task1 (First Response Rule)
Task2 (Incident Response: Different Situations)
Task3 (First Response for System Administrators)
Task4 (First Response by Non-Laboratory Staff)
Task5 (First Response by Laboratory Security Checking and result Staff)

Day7 (Securing and Evaluating Electronic Crime Scene)
Task1 (Securing and Evaluating Electronic Crime Scene: A Checklist)
Task2 (Securing the Crime Scene)
Task3 (Warrant for Search and Seizure)
Task4 (Planning the Search and Seizure)
Task5 (Initial Search of the Scene)
Task6 (Health and Safety Issues)

Day8 (Conducting Preliminary Interviews)
Task1 (Questions to Ask When Client Calls the Computer forensic Investigator)
Task2 (Consent)
Task3 (Sample of Consent Search Form)
Task4 (Witness Signatures)
Task5 (Conducting Preliminary Interviews)
Task6 (Conducting Initial Interviews)
Task7 (Witness Statement Checklist)

Day9 (Documenting Electronic Crime Scene)
Task1 (Documenting Electronic Crime Scene)
Task2 (Photographing the Scene)
Task3 (Sketching the Scene)
Task4 (Video Shooting the Crime Scene)

Day10 (Collecting and Preserving Electronic Evidence)
Task1 (Collecting and Preserving Electronic Evidence)
Task2 (Order of Volatility)
Task3 (Dealing with Powered On Computers)
Task4 (Dealing with Powered Off Computers)
Task5 (Dealing with Networked Computer)
Task6 (Dealing with Open Files and Startup Files)
Task7 (Operating System Shutdown Procedure)
Task8 (Computers and Servers)
Task9 (Preserving Electronic Evidence)
Task10 (Seizing Portable Computers)
Task11 (Switched On Portables)
Task12 (Collecting and Preserving Electronic Evidence)

Day11 (Packaging and Transporting Electronic Evidence)
Task1 (Evidence Bag Contents List)
Task2 (Packaging Electronic Evidence)
Task3 (Exhibit Numbering)
Task4 (Transporting Electronic Evidence)
Task5 (Handling and Transportation to the Security Checking and result Laboratory)
Task6 (Storing Electronic Evidence)
Task7 (Chain of Custody)
Task8 (Simple Format of the Chain of Custody Document)
Task9 (Chain of Custody Forms)
Task10 (Chain of Custody on Property Evidence Envelope/Bag and Sign-out Sheet)

Day12 (Reporting the Crime Scene)
Task1 (Reporting the Crime Scene)
Day13 (Note Taking Checklist)
Day14 (First Responder Common Mistakes)

Day1 (Setting a Computer Security Checking and result Lab)
Task1 (Computer Security Checking and result Lab)
Task2 (Planning for a Security Checking and result Lab)
Task3 (Budget Allocation for a Security Checking and result Lab)
Task4 (Physical Location Needs of a Security Checking and result Lab)
Task5 (Structural Design Considerations)
Task6 (Environmental Conditions)
Task7 (Electrical Needs)
Task8 (Communication Needs)
Task9 (Work Area of a Computer Security Checking and result Lab)
Task10 (Ambience of a Security Checking and result Lab)
Task11 (Ambience of a Security Checking and result Lab: Ergonomics)
Task12 (Physical Security Configuration Recommendations)
Task13 (Fire-Suppression Systems)
Task14 (Evidence Locker Recommendations)
Task15 (Computer Computer forensic Investigator)
Task16 (Law Enforcement Officer)
Task17 (Lab Director)
Task18 (Security Checking and result Lab Licensing Requisite)
Task19 (Features of the Laboratory Imaging System)
Task20 (Technical Specification of the Laboratory-??ased Imaging System)
Task21 (Security Checking and result Lab)
Task22 (Auditing a Computer Security Checking and result Lab)
Task23 (Recommendations to Avoid Eyestrain)

Day2 (Investigative Services in Computer Security Checking and result )
Task1 (Computer Security Checking and result Investigative Services)
Task2 (Computer Computer forensic Investigative Service Sample)
Task3 (Computer Security Checking and result Services: PenrodEllis Computer forensic Data Discovery)
Task4 (Data Destruction Industry Standards)
Task5 (Computer Security Checking and result Services)

Day3 (Computer Security Checking and result Hardware)
Task1 (Equipment Required in a Security Checking and result Lab)
Task2 (Computer forensic Workstations)
Task3 (Basic Workstation Requirements in a Security Checking and result Lab)
Task4 (Stocking the Hardware Peripherals)

Task5 (Paraben Security Checking and result Hardware)
SubTask1 (Handheld First Responder Kit)
SubTask2 ( Wireless StrongHold Bag)
SubTask3 (Wireless StrongHold Box)
SubTask4 (Passport StrongHold Bag)
SubTask5 ( Device Seizure Toolbox)
SubTask6 (Project-a-Phone)
SubTask7 (Lockdown)
SubTask 8 (iRecovery Stick)
SubTask9 (Data Recovery Stick)
SubTask10 (Chat Stick)
SubTask11 (USB Serial DB9 Adapter)

SubTask12 ( Mobile Field Kit)
Task1 (Portable Computer forensic Systems and Towers: Computer forensic Air-Lite VI MK III laptop)
Task2 ( Portable Computer forensic Systems and Towers: Original Computer forensic Tower II and F)
Task 3 (Portable Computer forensic Workhorse V: Tableau 335 Computer forensic Drive Bay Controller)
Task4 ( Portable Computer forensic Systems and Towers: Computer forensic Air-Lite IV MK II)
Task5 ( Portable Computer forensic Systems and Towers: Computer forensic Air-Lite V MK III)
Task6 (Portable Computer forensic Systems and Towers: Computer forensic Tower IV Dual Xeon)
Task7 ( Portable Computer forensic Systems and Towers: Ultimate Computer forensic Machine)
Task 8 (Computer forensic Write Protection Devices and Kits: Ultimate Computer forensic Write Protection Kit II-ES)
Task9 ( Tableau T3u Computer forensic SATA Bridge Write Protection Kit)
Task10 ( Tableau T8 Computer forensic USB Bridge Kit/Addonics Mini DigiDrive READ ONLY 12-in-1 Flash Media Reader)
Task11 ( Tableau TACC 1441 Hardware Accelerator)

SubTask1 (Multiple TACC1441 Units)
Task1 ( Tableau TD1 Computer forensic Duplicator)
Task2 ( Power Supplies and Switches)
Task 3 (Digital Intelligence Computer forensic Hardware)

SubTask1 - FRED SR (Dual Xeon)
SubTask2 - FRED-L
SubTask3 - FRED SC
SubTask4 - Computer forensic Recovery of Evidence Data Center (FREDC)
SubTask5 - Rack-A-TACC
SubTask6 - FREDDIE
SubTask 7 - UltraKit
SubTask 8 - UltraBay II
SubTask9 - UltraBlock SCSI
SubTask10 - Micro Computer forensic Recovery of Evidence Device (µFRED)
SubTask11 - HardCopy 3P

Task4 - Wiebetech
SubTask1 - Security Checking and result DriveDock v4
SubTask2 - Security Checking and result UltraDock v4
SubTask3 - Drive eRazer
SubTask4 - v4 Combo Adapters
SubTask5 - ProSATA SS8

Course Features

  • Duration : 40 Hours
  • Lectures : 20
  • Quiz : 10
  • Students : 15

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