Final Exam: Incident Response Leader
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Final Exam: Incident Response Leader will test your knowledge and application of the topics presented throughout the Incident Response Leader track of the Skillsoft Aspire Penetration Tester to SecOps Engineer Journey.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
Define patch management for incident response. Describe the concept of patch management and how it affects the incident response team and the Security Operations Center (SOC)Demonstrate challenges organizations face today in monitoring systems configurations and how they can be overcomeDemonstrate examples of internal and external incidents and breaches and how conformance in each example applies to a DevOps environmentDemonstrate how to assess the monitoring process and how to perform a security configuration evaluationDemonstrate how to prioritize and rate the importance of patches for the software development environment.Demonstrate situations where an incident occurs for the need of legal communication or when Internal communication is necessary when handling incidentsDemonstrate the actions taken when a incident occurs with regards to regulation conformanceDemonstrate the methods in monitoring releases and deliveries throughout the Software Development Lifecycle (SDLC)Demonstrate the open source and Commercially available tools that are used for patch managementDemonstrate the process of minor, major, and unknown configuration changes. What it means to an organization with unknown or minor changes for incident response and how its prioritized in an incident strategyDemonstrate the relation of patch management in an Agile environmentDemonstrate the techniques used to identify and calculate risk with regards to a conformance programDemonstrate tips and tricks to keep up to date with rapidly changing laws and how to keep staff informed as change is implementedDescribe briefly the Configuration Management process and how it can possess an influence in securing systems configuration for incident responseDescribe continuous monitoring in risk management including the three tier approach and how it relates to monitoring systems configurationdescribe different incidence response scenarios and how an organization should respond with their incident response teamdescribe elements of an incident response policy and how it governs an incident response teamdescribe governance policy, roles and responsibilities, and them purpose of incident response planningdescribe how an incident response plan is created and what to include in it, including planning scenarios and recovery objectivesdescribe how incident response is managed across various enterprise organizations, providing examples of cases where incident response policies are manageddescribe how indicators of compromise can help reduce exploits in an environmentdescribe policies and procedures for keeping systems secure in preemptive troubleshootingdescribe preemptive troubleshooting and how it applies to security and SecOpsDescribe regulation conformance and its importance in an organization and incident responseDescribe testing, and configuration management in patch managementDescribe the benefits of a patch management strategy and why its importantdescribe the concept of a Computer Security Incident Response Team, what a team is compromised of, models and their purpose, and the benefits of outsourcing and having a CSIRT internallyDescribe the concept of patching for serverless systems and benefits of patching strategies using serverless systemsDescribe the importance of using external experts to assist with your conformance programdescribe the incident phases that an incident policy must address and the six stages in an incident response policy
Describe the process in implementing a secure systems configurations monitoring programDescribe the Process of Baselining, hardening, and how to develop a backout planDescribe the process of rolling out patches in a patch management program and the polices for patch updatesDescribe the security controls for monitoring systems configurations in the cyber frameworkdescribe the security risks and best practices for transitioning to the cloudDescribe the steps to creating the appropriate conformance program for an organizationdescribe the tools available in incident response strategies including the three As in incident response and the OODA LoopDescribe the various cybersecurity frameworks and which regulations relate to an organizationDescribe the various tools and software available to monitor systems and their advantages for incident responsedescribe the Zero Trust Architecture and how to apply to the Zero Trust Modeldiscuss the elements of an incident response policyidentify how a security operations center can be a vital asset to an organizationidentify the different purposes of the different roles on a CSIRTidentify the purpose of an incident response plan and the costs of not having one in placelist the steps to create incident response policies, plans, and proceduresrecognize best security practices for the Internet of Thingsrecognize concerns of moving to the security first mindset and de-perimeterization problemsrecognize how preemptive troubleshooting is different than intrusion detection systemsrecognize the best security places for network devices such as Next-Generation Firewalls, Network Intrusion Detection and Prevention Systems, and Distributed Denial of Service Attacksrecognize the impact of software-defined networking, virtual networking, and micro-segmentation to network securityrecognize the importance of securing network appliances and the top network security risksrecognize traditional infrastructure deficiencies, such as perimeter exploitation and de-perimeterization as a result of moving to the cloudrecognize various security architecture models such as the Zero Trust Model, the intrusion kill chain, and the diamond model of intrusion analysisrecognize what roles to assign to each member of an incident response team and describe how team members would be engaged in various scenariosrecognize when to create a CSIRT and who should be on that teamrecognize Zero Trust challenges, problems, and concernsupdate hardware and recognize the importance of doing soupdate software and recognize the importance of doing souse password policies to enforce complianceuse tools to troubleshoot hardware and policies to prevent security compromise
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