Overview

The Modern Certification for the Modern Times.

The RCCE1: Rocheston Certified Cybersecurity Engineer – Level 1 course will delve into the basics of cybersecurity along with hands-on labs. You will gain an insight into hacking technologies and tools. Level 1 covers the foundation of hacking technologies. For instance, it looks at Web application attacks, Trojans and Malware, Denial of Service attacks, metasploit, firewalls, cryptography, cracking passwords, hacking the cloud etc. The RCCE Level 1 is a mandatory requirement, to move to the Level 2 program. The course is 100% Linux based.

The RCCE certification covers advanced futuristic technologies like Blockchain, Artificial Intelligence, Cyberthreat Intelligence, Incident Handling, Cloud technologies, Quantum Computing, Biometrics, Deep Learning etc.

Most sought after Ethical Hacking Training & Certification to get your started with Cybersecurity and serves as a mandatory requirements before attending RCCE2: Rocheston Certified Cybersecurity Engineer – Level 2 certification course.

NEW: The RCCE now includes RCAI Engineer certification.

Skills Covered

The RCCE training program focuses on practical, hands-on learning, ensuring that participants gain real-world experience in dealing with cyber threats and vulnerabilities.

By covering these advanced cybersecurity skills, the program prepares its graduates to be highly competent cybersecurity professionals capable of safeguarding their organizations from even the most sophisticated cyber attacks.

  • Ethical Hacking: The program teaches advanced ethical hacking techniques, which help in identifying and exploiting vulnerabilities in systems, networks, and applications to uncover potential security risks.
  • Penetration Testing: Participants learn the latest penetration testing methodologies, tools, and techniques to assess the security posture of an organization effectively.
  • Incident Response and Forensics: The course covers advanced incident response strategies and digital forensics techniques to analyze and mitigate cyber attacks and breaches effectively.
  • Reverse Engineering: The training delves into the intricacies of reverse engineering to understand malware and exploit development, enabling the participants to analyze, dissect, and neutralize threats.
  • Secure Coding: The program teaches secure coding practices and principles to help developers create resilient and secure applications.
  • Cloud Security: The course covers the latest cloud security best practices, frameworks, and architectural design principles to protect and secure cloud-based infrastructure and services.
  • IoT Security: The training program includes advanced modules on securing IoT devices, networks, and applications, ensuring that participants are well-versed in the latest IoT security strategies.
  • Blockchain Security: The course covers the underlying principles of blockchain technology and the security implications and challenges associated with its implementation.
  • Mobile Security: The program also focuses on mobile security, teaching participants how to secure mobile devices, applications, and data from various cyber threats.
  • Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning in Cybersecurity: The course explores the use of AI and ML technologies in enhancing cybersecurity, including automating threat detection and response.
  • Risk Assessment and Management: The program covers advanced risk assessment techniques and cybersecurity management frameworks to help organizations manage and mitigate cyber risks effectively.
  • Compliance and Legal Aspects: The training includes modules on various cybersecurity laws, regulations, and compliance requirements to ensure that participants are well-versed in the legal aspects of cybersecurity.

Who Should Attend

There is a growing need for an equally sophisticated cybersecurity framework with the increased dependence on interconnected cloud technologies. Individuals who wish to build a career in cybersecurity across the following industries:
  • Healthcare
  • Smart Cities
  • Industry 4.0
  • Transportation
  • Electronics
  • Governance
  • Automation
  • Robotics
  • Telecom
  • Smart Appliances
  • Department of Defense
  • Finance

Course Curriculum

Prerequisites

A Bachelor’s degree with one year of professional experience or credential in computer science, engineering, mathematics, or other information technology related fields. You will need basic hacking, networking, system administration, and Linux skills.

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Course Modules