Red Team Workshops
Red Team workshops help you become a better ethical hacker by developing and sharpening your pen testing skills. This is the perfect sequence of workshops for learning basic reconnaissance and attacks, using state-of-the-art tools and tradecraft. By the end of this workshop sequence, you are expected to be able to scan a network, identify a vulnerable machine, exploit the vulnerability, obtain a reverse shell, and craft a professional penetration test report.April 2019
Blue Team Workshops
Blue Team workshops help you develop your network defense skills. You will learn the fundamentals of networking as they pertain to a SOC analyst or in-house network security technician. You will learn how to investigate a network intrusion and other security events. These workshops prepare you to perform network analysis, determine security flaws and deploy countermeasures as well as introduce you to basic investigative methodology and evidence handling.April 2019
SecureSet PREP will help you to develop the technical and analytical skills you’ll need to succeed in one of our immersive education programs. The base-level skills that you’ll learn in this six-week workshop will also provide you with a sturdy foundation for your cybersecurity career. Passing this class will pre-qualify you for one of our immersive programs. Students who enroll in an immersive program following PREP can apply their PREP costs to their continued education. This workshop is offered both on-campus and online.Learn On-CampusLearn Online
In 2017, 40% of surveyed employers had financed continued education for security staff.
In 2018, hacks and data thefts have cost eight companies $280 million and counting.
80% of cybersecurity jobs require advanced training. Our Workshops help you level-up.
— Ajay Menendez, Executive Director of HUNT, SecureSet
- Always looking to dig deeper into tough problems and skills
- An interest in leveling up your skills
- A passion for discovery and learning
- Already comfortable with some systems
- A professional background in cybersecurity helps
- Cybersecurity mastery is not expected
- Formal and/or immersive cybersecurity or computer education
- Some certification training
- On the job cybersecurity experience