CIHE: Certified Incident Handling Engineer

The Certified Incident Handling Engineer course is designed to help Incident Handlers, System Administrators, and any General Security Engineers understand how to plan, create and utilize their systems in order to prevent, detect and respond to attacks.

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Description

COURSE OVERVIEW

The Certified Incident Handling Engineer course is designed to help Incident Handlers, System Administrators, and any General Security Engineers understand how to plan, create and utilize their systems in order to prevent, detect and respond to attacks.

In this in-depth training, students will learn step-by-step approaches used by hackers globally, the latest attack vectors and how to safeguard against them, Incident Handling procedures (including developing the process from start to finish and establishing your Incident Handling team), strategies for each type of attack, recovering from attacks and much more.

Furthermore, students will enjoy numerous hands-on laboratory exercises that focus on topics, such as reconnaissance, vulnerability assessments using Nessus, network sniffing, web application manipulation, malware and using Netcat plus several additional scenarios for both Windows and Linux systems.

Prerequisites:

  • A minimum of 12 months experience in networking technologies
  • Sound knowledge of TCP/IP
  • Knowledge of Microsoft packages
  • Basic Knowledge of Linux is essential

 

Student Materials:

  • Student Workbook
  • Student Lab Guide
  • Student Exam prep guide

 

Certification Exam:

  • CIHE- Certified Incident Handling Engineer
  • Covers GCIH- GIAC Certified Incident Handler

 

CPEs: 40

 

BENEFITS OF CIHE COURSE

Graduates of the mile2 Certified Incident Handling Engineer training obtain real world security knowledge that enables them to recognize vulnerabilities, exploit system weaknesses and help safeguard against threats. This course covers the same objectives as the SANS® Security 504 training and prepares students for the GCIH® and CIHE certifications

 

UPON COMPLETION

Upon completion of the Certified Incident Handling Engineer course, students will be able to confidently undertake the CIHE certification examination (recommended). Students will enjoy an in-depth course that is continuously updated to maintain and incorporate the ever changing security world. This course offers up-to-date proprietary laboratories that have been researched and developed by leading security professionals from around the world.

 

Exam Information

The Certified Incident Handling Engineer exam is taken online through Mile2’s Assessment and Certification System (“MACS”), which is accessible on your mile2.com account. The exam will take 2 hours and consist of 100 multiple-choice questions.

 

LAB OUTLINE

Module One Lab – Attacks Under the Microscope

Module Two Lab – Ticketing System

Module Three Lab – SysInternals Suite

Module Four Lab – Examine System Active Processes and Running Services

Final Scenario – 4 hours

 

ADVANCED LABS

Advanced Module 1 Lab – Computer Security Incident Response Team

Advanced Module 2 Lab – Log File Analysis: Analyzing a Shell History File              

Advanced Module 2 Lab – Log File Analysis: Searching attacks in your Apache logs           

Advanced Module 3 Lab – Rootkits and Botnets: How to Crash your Roommate’s Windows 7 PC

Advanced Module 3 Lab – Rootkits and Botnets: Exploit MS Word to Embed a Listener

Appendix Labs

Advanced Module 3 Lab – Rootkits and Botnets: Stuxnet Trojan

Advanced Module 3 Lab – Rootkits and Botnets: Zeus Trojan

Advanced Module 4 Lab – Artifact Analysis: Processing and Storing Artifacts

 

Introduction

Courseware Materials

Who is this class for?

What is the purpose of this course?

What information will be covered?

The Exam

 

Module I – Incident Handling Explained

Security Events

Logs

Alerts

What is an Incident?

Security Incident

Indication of Compromise

What is Incident Handling?

Difference between IH and IR

Common Tools

IPS vs WAF

SOC

Six Step Approach to Incident Handling

 

Module II – Threats, Vulnerabilities and Exploits

Overview

Vulnerabilities

Exploits

Threat

Incident Classification

 

Module III – Preparation

Overview

Policies & Procedures

The Team

Identify Incident Handling Team

Roles of the Incident Handling Team

IH Team Makeup

Team Organization

Incident Communication

Incident Reporting

Incident Response Training and Awareness

Underlining Technologies

Anti-virus

SEIM

User Identity

Ticketing Systems

Digital Forensics

eDiscovery

Data Backup and Recovery

Underlining Technologies

Technical Baselines

System Hardening

Summary

 

Module IV – First Response

Overview

Responder Toolkit

Responder’s System

What to look for

Attention

Volatility

First things first

Review

Goal

Challenges

Categorize Incidents

Incident Signs

Basic Steps

Receive

Examples of Electronic Signs

Examples of Human Signs

Analyze

Analysis

Incident Documentation

Incident Prioritization

Incident Notification

 

Module V – Containment

Overview

Containment

Goals

Delaying Containment

Choosing a Containment Strategy

On-site Response

Secure the Area

Conduct Research

Procedures for Containment

Make Recommendations

Establish Intervals

Capture Digital Evidence

Change Passwords

 

Module VI – Eradication

Overview

Eradication

Goals

Procedures for Eradication

Determine Cause

Procedures for Eradication

 

Module VII – Recovery

Overview

Recovery

Goals

Procedure for Recovery

 

Module VIII – Follow-Up

Overview

Follow-up

Goals

Procedures of Follow-up

 

DETAILED LAB OUTLINE

Introduction

Lab Resources

Knowing your way around VMware Player.

 

Module One – Attacks Under the Microscope   

Lab objectives

Wireshark

Why Wireshark?

Running Wireshark

Starting Wireshark

User interface

Filters

Netstat

Command

Options

Examples

Netcat

Cyber Attacks

Understanding the hacking methodology

IP Space Scanning

Port Scanning

Network Based Attacks

Web Application Based Attacks

Host Based Attacks

 

Module Two – Ticketing System               

Introduction

Ticketing System Components

Tickets:

Queues:

System Functionality

System login

Ticket Creation

Ticket Correspondence

Ticket Priority Escalation

Ticket Assignment

Request Tracker for Incident Response – RTIR

Normal user role:

Incident Handling Role:

Viewing unlinked Incident Reports:

Create an Incident

Linking Incident Reports to an incident:

Starting an Investigation

 

Module Three Lab – SysInternals Suite 

Introduction

Getting Sysinternals.

Usage Guide

Process Explorer

Process Monitor

Autoruns

PsTools

Disk Utilities

Security Utilities

Network and Communication utilities.

First Response Lab Scenario

 

Module Four Lab – Examine System Active Processes and Running Services       

Examine Startup Folders

The Local Registry

The IOC Finder – Collect

IOC Finder – Generate Report

Malware Removal

 

Final Scenario   – 4 hours

 

ADVANCED LABS

Advanced Module 1 – Computer Security Incident Response Team

Advanced Module 2 – Log File Analysis: Analyzing a Shell History File

Advanced Module 2 – Log File Analysis: Searching attacks in your Apache logs

Advanced Module 3 –  Rootkits and Botnets: How to Crash your Roommate’s Windows 7 PC

Advanced Module 3 – Rootkits and Botnets: Exploit MS Word to Embed a Listener

 

Appendix Labs

Advanced Module 3 – Rootkits and Botnets: Stuxnet Trojan

Advanced Module 3 – Rootkits  and Botnets: Zeus Trojan

Advanced Module 4 – Artifact Analysis: Processing and Storing Artifacts