Cyberium Programs

The programs' advanced simulator-based exercises provide hands-on practice in a risk-free environment, ensuring learners gain practical skills in addition to theoretical knowledge.

In today's rapidly evolving digital world, staying abreast of emerging technologies and trends is of utmost importance. The Cyberium Programs, developed by leading digital training provider ThinkCyber, aim to bridge this knowledge gap. These programs offer comprehensive learning experiences across a wide spectrum of cyber fields.​

At ThinkCyber, we're proud to implement state-of-the-art reporting systems in our Cyberium Programs to track and assess learner progress effectively. Our data-driven approach allows us to identify areas of strengths and weaknesses, thereby customizing the training experience for each learner. The reports we generate provide invaluable insights to both learners and instructors, aiding in personalized learning and continuous improvement.​

With our Cyberium Programs, ThinkCyber is pioneering the future of digital learning and simulation, empowering individuals and organizations to navigate the digital world with confidence and proficiency. By leveraging the power of these innovative programs, learners can gain the necessary skills and knowledge to thrive in the rapidly evolving cybersecurity landscape.

XE

The XE package is an enticing expedition into foundational learning, concentrating on the essential principles of Cybersecurity, Linux, and more. This immersive module is crafted to provide a springboard into the captivating worlds of these vital technological domains.

NX

These programs, centered on defensive strategies, equip students with essential skills for roles like SOC Analyst, Windows Forensics, and Malware Analysis. They provide a solid foundation for combating cyber threats and delve into the complexities of these domains.

ZX

Intricate courses focusing on security measures and exploitation techniques delve into riveting subjects such as Cyber Warfare, WebApp Security. These advanced modules provide a deep understanding of offensive strategies, equipping learners with the tools to navigate the waters of cyber conflicts.

CX

Dedicated programs cater to the niche field of Industrial Control Systems Security, offering comprehensive knowledge in ICS Forensics and hands-on experience in ICS Penetration Testing. These specialized curriculums open up an exciting world of learning in these integral industrial cybersecurity sectors. 

Level 1

These training modules serve as a robust introduction to the essentials of digital technology, providing learners with a solid foundation to build upon.
Intro to Cyber

XE101

Intro to Cyber is a foundational course that introduces learners to the fundamental concepts of cybersecurity. The syllabus is designed to provide a comprehensive understanding of the diverse aspects of the digital networking and security landscape.

Linux Fundamentals

XE103

This training is geared towards introducing the Linux environment. The Linux Basics program aims to assist users with no prior experience, enabling them to get familiar with Linux and the rudiments of automation scripting.

Python Fundamentals

XE105

Python, a user-friendly language widely employed for tool creation in various domains including cybersecurity, is the focus of this program. It offers learners a foundational grasp of programming logic and equips them with the skills to write basic scripts, thereby elevating their programming proficiency to a higher level.

Level 2

This training offers a comprehensive journey through Linux, networking, network security, and cyber security. It covers virtualization with a Linux focus, key networking protocols, and network services. It further delves into network scanning and attack strategies, concluding with network attacks, defense techniques, and firewall operations. This is an essential course for aspiring cybersecurity professionals.
Network Research

NX201

The Network Research program is designed to introduce learners to the fundamental aspects of information security, employing Linux as a primary tool and providing exposure to various security threats.

Level 3

These training modules take a deeper dive into the cybersecurity landscape, focusing on the roles and tasks of a Security Operations Center (SOC) Analyst, Windows forensics, and penetration testing. This level equips learners with the knowledge and skills to detect, analyze, and respond to security incidents using various tools and techniques.
SOC Analyst

NX220

This SOC Operation module is designed for SOC organizations to implement a SOC solution and provide full guidance on the necessary skills and procedures to operate it. The program provides participants with all aspects of a SOC team to keep the enterprise's adversary.

Windows Forensics

NX212

Windows Forensics plays a crucial role in cybersecurity. Trainees will understand the data storage mechanisms of the Windows OS and acquire the skills to conduct investigations during and post cyber incidents.

Penetration Testing

ZX301

The Penetration Testing training equips learners with crucial skills to identify and exploit system vulnerabilities. Covering data gathering, system infiltration, post-breach techniques, and emphasizing WebApp Security, this program prepares participants to effectively safeguard digital assets against cyber threats.

Level 4

This training offers a comprehensive journey through Linux, networking, network security, and cyber security. It covers virtualization with a Linux focus, key networking protocols, and network services. It further delves into network scanning and attack strategies, concluding with network attacks, defense techniques, and firewall operations. This is an essential course for aspiring cybersecurity professionals.
Linux Forensics

NX215

Dive deep into the realm of Linux Forensics with this comprehensive course, designed to equip participants with hands-on skills in data acquisition, memory analysis, malware detection, and more. Explore real-world scenarios, understand the intricacies of the Linux file system, and master advanced forensic techniques. This course combines theory with practical labs, ensuring a holistic understanding of Linux-based digital investigations.

Network Forensics

NX213

Network Forensics offers a deep dive into network analysis and intrusion detection. Participants will master packet analysis with tools like Wireshark, explore the network analysis framework Zeek, and tackle real-world case investigations, from detecting network anomalies to MiTM attacks. The course concludes with a focus on mitigation strategies, emphasizing the configuration and operation of IPS and IDS systems like Sysmon and Snort.

Network Security

ZX305

In this program, learners will explore various network and organizational domain security weaknesses using diverse network hacking strategies. This exploration helps them understand potential vulnerabilities and how to counteract them.

Level 5

These modules require a significant level of expertise and understanding of the cybersecurity landscape. The levels represent a progression in skills, knowledge, and competencies needed, and Level 5 denotes the stage where practitioners move from defensive to more proactive and advanced strategies.
OSINT

NX214

Open-source intelligence (OSINT) involves methods and processes used to extract specific information from vast data-rich open-source networks. This program instructs attendees on methods to gather and evaluate data from a myriad of available resources. Participants will additionally gain insights into data acquisition from the Darknet, social media, and various other sources

Threat Hunting

NX223

Dive deep into the realm of Threat Hunting with this comprehensive, hands-on training. Begin with foundational concepts, then master advanced techniques, from endpoint forensics to network analysis. Engage in real-world scenarios and labs, exploring everything from machine learning applications to ethical considerations. By the end, emerge as a skilled threat hunter, adept at identifying and mitigating evolving cybersecurity challenges.

Offensive Python

ZX322

Embark on a comprehensive journey into Python-based cybersecurity. Delve into Python networking, covering sockets, banner grabbing, and advanced tools like Nmap and Shodan. Focus on packet crafting, teaching the intricacies of Scapy, packet sniffing, and creating security tools. Introduce WebApp Security, exploring HTTP programming, web application security measures, and techniques like spidering. Finally, unveil the powerful features of Metasploit, from working with payloads and reverse shells to local attacks and keylogging.

Level 6

Malware Analysis is key to developing effective defenses against malicious software. Cyber Warfare skills are crucial for defending against large-scale digital threats, including state-sponsored attacks. WebApp Security is vital in our increasingly digitized world, protecting web applications from attacks. Mastery of these subjects equips professionals to defend against advanced cyber threats, demonstrating their crucial importance in the cyber realm.
Malware Analysis

NX232

Malware Analysis is the study and close examination of malware to understand its origins, purpose, and potential impact on the system. Malware analysts accomplish their tasks using various tools and expert-level knowledge to understand what a piece of malware can do and how it does it.

Cyber Warfare

ZX310

Dive into advanced cybersecurity modules, starting with domain attacks and mastering tools like Mimikatz and post-exploitation techniques. Explore red-team operations, emphasizing domain techniques, persistence, and social engineering. Delve into IoT security, understanding vulnerabilities, and data extraction. Finally, immerse in embedded OS, learning about firmware emulation, deployment automation, and various IoT exploitation methods.

WebApp Security

ZX311

Dive into foundational WebApp architecture, security best practices, and advanced web protocols. Progress into the intricacies of web languages, emphasizing the security aspects of JavaScript, database creation, and SQL injection techniques. Enhance your expertise in identifying vulnerabilities, mastering tools like Burpsuite, and exploring advanced XSS techniques. Conclude with hands-on penetration testing, from privilege escalation to WordPress application security.

Level 7

In the realm of cybersecurity, Reverse Engineering is vital to dissecting malicious software and understanding its mechanisms. This skill allows for the development of targeted security measures. Similarly, Exploit Development is a crucial component of cybersecurity. It pertains to the creation of software that can target specific vulnerabilities, often found through reverse engineering. Mastery in these areas enables professionals to preemptively mitigate threats, signifying their substantial importance in cybersecurity.
Reverse Engineering

NX233

This reverse engineering program, specifically tailored for the modern cyber expert. This meticulously designed program delves deep into the analysis of both Windows and Linux executables. From the foundational principles of binary structures to the hands-on techniques of real-world software threat mitigation, participants will be equipped with a robust skill set, mastering a plethora of tools and strategies that ensure proficiency in deciphering, understanding, and counteracting software vulnerabilities and malicious threats.

Exploit Development

ZX331

Dive deep into the intricate and fascinating world of exploit development with our comprehensive course. From foundational programming principles to the advanced nuances of exploitation techniques, this course is designed to equip you with the skills and knowledge to master the art of identifying vulnerabilities and crafting precise exploits. With hands-on exercises and expert guidance, you'll be primed to secure systems effectively and navigate the ever-evolving landscape of cybersecurity.

Intro to ICS

CX401

Delve into a comprehensive overview of Industrial Control Systems (ICS), distinguishing between IT and OT landscapes. Explore the intricacies of ICS systems, from the differences between DCS and SCADA to components like HMI, Supervisory Systems, RTUs, and PLCs. Shift focus to ICS protocols, shedding light on the ICS network, prominent protocols like Modbus and DNP3, and the nuances of ICS network analysis. Conclude with insights into ICS security, encompassing both physical and digital security measures, challenges across the ICS lifecycle, and hands-on exercises in scanning, network attack analysis, and data enumeration


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