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A.C.E. - Core Series

Duration: 16 Weeks
Location: Online

The Applied Cybersecurity Essentials (A.C.E.) Core series consists of the Cybersecurity Foundations, Vulnerability Management, Enterprise Security,  and Ethical Hacking.  Each badge provides theoretical and applied learning activities to increase your base of cybersecurity knowledge. This series includes 20+ virtual lab exercises. All of the badges used to compile the A.C.E. Series are delivered online.  Groups can inquire about a hybrid or in-person option.  

Available Badges

Cybersecurity Foundations

Learn the basic principles of cyber and information security.  Topics covered include general cyber domain knowledge, key security concepts, risk & vulnerability management, cryptography basics, and identity access management.  

Enterprise Security

Learn what it takes to create, implement, and manage enterprise level security efforts.  Topics covered include security frameworks, tools & technologies, network architecture, protocols, wireless security, monitoring, virtualization and cloud, basics of malware, data protection, and more...

Vulnerability Management

Learn about the basics of vulnerability concepts and analysis. Topics covered include threat hunting, vulnerability scanning & reporting, incident response, disaster recovery, application security, and more...  

Ethical Hacking

Learn the foundations for ethical hacking through videos, readings, and labs.  Topic covered include the basics of ethical hacking, network and systems enumeration, vulnerability scanning, system attacks, sniffing, and social engineering.  

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Mathew Trampski
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(765) 494-1049
mtrampsk@purdue.edu
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