Students will use Snort to examine a packet capture file and then examine the results using BASE (Basic Analysis and Security Engine), a web front-end for Snort. Students will then examine and implement iptables rules on a Linux virtual machine.
This individual laboratory exercise will familiarize you with the Virginia Cyber Range and provide some hands-on experience with password cracking and buffer overflows.
This Beginner Plus level lab exercise introduction to Linux host-based network security consists of two parts. It will provide some hands-on layered defense experience with hardening a LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP) server by examining what ports, IPs and services are exposed to the network, and work on addressing and securing the outstanding network security issues layer by layer.
This exercise provides hands-on experience applying all concepts learned during the Introduction to Digital Forensics Module. Students will use tools on the SANS SIFT Workstation Linux distribution to examine various artifacts as part of a capstone exercise.
This is the third module in the Cyber-Physical Industry course; however, it can be taught as a standalone module. The purpose of this module is to introduce students to an integrated perspective on security, safety, and risk that has quality management at its center.
This is the fourth and final module in the Cyber-Physical Industry course; however, it can be taught as a standalone module. The purpose of this module is to introduce students to physical and cognitive ergonomics (human factors), and explain why this discipline is so critical for cybersecurity management. The lessons relate musculoskeletal, metabolic, environmental, and cognitive aspects of performance to contextual risk.