Python For InfoSec Professionals Night Class
This class aims at making students comfortable with using Python to perform simple IT Security tasks. Going beyond using other peoples’ tools in this field is the hardest step on the ladder to proficiency. This class will take you over that difficult step, enabling you to modify popular security tools or write your own. Most importantly, it is all taught in a simple manner that won’t put you to sleep like most programming courses.
Programming Concepts, Parsing Files, Logs, and PCAPs
Monday June 26th – (7pm – 10pm)
- Python Basics
- Text File Parsing
- Log Parsing
Tuesday June 27th – (7pm – 10pm)
- PCAP Parsing
Wednesday, June 28th – (7pm – 10pm)
- SQL Injection
Thursday June 29th – (7pm – 10pm)
- Memory Analysis
- Identifying/Classifying/Analyzing Malware
Please register to attend the class:
Students will receive
- 20 hours of CPEs
- Courseware slides
- Lab Manual
Each class will be recorded and made available to the students via email. So you can keep up with the class even if you have to miss time or even a whole day.
Each student will receive access to an InfoSec Addicts Group (infosecaddicts.com) for the class. Groups are where students can ask questions outside of the regular class hours, work with other students on lab exercises, homework, and challenges.
A class mentor is assigned to the InfoSec Addicts Group to answer questions (allow one day for responses).
Similarly, a Customer Relationship Manager is assigned to the class to manage questions and support issues.
Catch the class online on June 26th to 29th, 2017 from 7 pm EST to 10 pm EST for each scheduled day.
In the meantime, check out and sign up for the upcoming Pentester Candidate Program.