The course covers principles of computer systems and website application security. We will discuss various attack techniques and how to defend against them. Topics include hacking attacks and defenses, operating system holes, web security, social engineering attacks, data privacy act of 2012, and cybercrime act of 2012. Course projects will focus on breaking website applications, computer system, and understanding attacks.
By the completion of this course, the students will learn the important concepts and principles applied to Cyber Security.
The course requires basic knowledge in Linux OS, Website Application, HTTP, and different Programming Languages.
- Group Work
- Online Discussion
- Lab Activities
- Laptop with Kali Linux Operating System
- Introduction and Information Gathering
- Different hacking attacks using different tools
- Writing a Vulnerability Assessment and Pentesting Report
- Introduction to Bug Bounty Hunting
- Introduction to Capture the Flag and CTF Competition
- Discussion about Data Privacy and Cybercrime Prevention Act of 2012
"Penetration Testing: A Hands-On Introduction to Hacking" by Georgia Weidman
"The Basics of Hacking and Penetration Testing" by Patrick Engebretson
Website Penetration Tester & Co-founder of Secuna
|Sun||09:00 AM — 05:00 PM|
|No. of Days:||5|
|No. of Participants:||12|
The UP System Information Technology Foundation (UPSITF) Inc. is a non-government organization focused on the application of Information and Communication Technology for development. It partners with UP Information Technology Development Center in providing various services such as, but not limited to, Education Development, IT Human Capital Development, Research & Development, Software Engineering, ICT Policy Development and Planning, and IT Project Management.
The Foundation’s flagship project Youth on Information Technology or popularly known as Y4iT is an annual event organized by UPSITF, in cooperation with UP Information Technology Development Center (UP ITDC) and Y4iT Volunteer Corps (VolCorp), that attracts at least 25,000 attendees every year.
Dr. Jaime D.L. Caro, Executive Director of UPSITF, said that for the past ten years, Y4iT has served as a hub for computer enthusiasts and technopreneurs to share ideas and talk about the latest breakthroughs in IT. Drawing thousands of attendees from all over the country, the congress, according to Caro, has inspired individuals to engage with one another and build on ideas that are both innovative and relevant to the community. ...