Applied Cybersecurity Essentials - Raider Series
- Duration: 32 hours
- Delivery Options: Online, In-person, Hybrid
The Applied Cybersecurity Essentials - Raider series challenges your offensive cyber and information security skills as you attempt to compromise the Purdue Cyber Range. This series provides practical experience and techniques for attacking, documenting, and reporting external and internal vulnerabilities.
Who should take this series
A.C.E. - Raider is designed for professionals working in cyber and information security looking to challenge their offensive skills. We recommend you complete the A.C.E. - Defender series along with CORE-140 or have three to five years of experience in cybersecurity to take this series.
How can you take this series
Available online live with an instructor
Available in-person either at Purdue or at your location.
Available as a combination of online and in-person
Courses in this series
Raider 501: Edge Network Compromises
What you can expect from Applied Cybersecurity Essentials - Raider Series
The best defense is a better offense. Get the practical skills and techniques needed for advanced penetration testing and vulnerability assessments. The Applied Cybersecurity Essentials - Raider series offer cyber professionals a chance to test their offensive skills against the Purdue Cyber Range.
- Better adapt to the volatile world of cybersecurity.
- Get hands-on in the Purdue Cyber Range
- Perfect for cyber teams looking for penetration experience
- Gain an understanding of offensive cyber techniques.
- Get hands-on with industry tools on a live network.
- Learn both internal and external penetration tactics
You can go through A.C.E. - Raider in a couple of ways: online or in-person. The series is divided into two courses, each with a selection of scenarios for the range. Both courses are 16 credit hours, and you will earn a badge upon passing.
RAID-501: Learn and practice offensive cyber skills focused on edge network attacks.
RAID-601: Reinforce offensive techniques while adding internal network attack methods.
It is recommended that all of cyberTAP courses be taken on a laptop or PC that runs either Windows of Linux as an operating system. We also recommended to have a fast and reliable internet access.