Cybersecurity Upskilling Courses

Your Cyber Skills Can Make a Difference.

As we become increasingly reliant on technology, the potential for cyber threats grows. A single breach can result in significant financial losses, damage to reputation, and decrease in customer trust. This is why companies across all industries need cybersecurity experts now more than ever.  

Upskilling in cybersecurity is crucial as it empowers cyber professionals, IT Teams, DevOps teams, and management alike with the knowledge and skills to protect themselves and their organizations against these threats. By knowing the latest cybersecurity trends and techniques, you can safeguard your digital assets and build a more secure future for everyone.

Wawiwa's upskilling courses in cybersecurity accommodate learners at all levels!

Our comprehensive courses that are designed to cover key areas of cybersecurity ensure that every learner finds the upskilling path that best suits their current skill levels and career aspirations.

Introductory Courses are ideal for learners with no cyber background. It suits organizational decision-makers and the general public, aiming to grasp cybersecurity basics and its importance across various industries and roles.

Introduction to Cyber Awareness

4-8 Academic Hours

This short course offers an introduction to cybersecurity, focusing on the risks, threats, and actors in the field. You’ll delve into concepts of engagement, responses, and the everyday standards, including regulations, processes, and procedures. The primary goal of this course is to increase your awareness and basic knowledge about cybersecurity.

Cyber Protection for Organizations

28 Academic Hours

This course provides a general introduction to cybersecurity defense concepts, methods, standards, and best practices, with the goal of developing a solid knowledge base. You’ll learn how to handle common security incidents, familiarize yourself with common security tools, and delve into in-depth cyber defense methodologies.

The Fundamental-level course serves IT and security juniors, cyber analysts, and SecOps teams, perfect for those seeking to enhance their foundational knowledge of cybersecurity.

Cybersecurity and Incident Response for IT Professionals

40 Academic Hours

Specifically developed for individuals with a background in IT, this unique course provides an introduction to incident response, teaches you how to handle common security incidents, and explains how to leverage cyber threat intelligence and digital forensics investigations to improve incident response.

Training of a Basic Level Monitoring Team – Analyst Tier 1

40 Academic Hours

This course is designed to provide entry-level SOC analysts with the essential knowledge and skills needed to efficiently manage the initial triage of security alerts. It covers both the administrative and operational aspects crucial for Tier 1 analysts. By enrolling in this course, you’ll develop a foundational yet robust understanding of SOC operations, particularly focusing on Tier 1 responsibilities.

SOC Operation for Analysts

20 Academic Hours

This upskilling course is designed to provide an engaging 20-hour journey into the world of Security Operations. It focuses on the practical aspects of detecting and responding to cybersecurity threats. The training includes hands-on activities centered around SOC operations, threat handling, threat analysis, and essential response techniques.

Introduction to Risk Management

21 Academic Hours

This workshop is designed to provide early-stage cyber professionals with a holistic understanding of the NIST Risk Management Framework (RMF) and its practical applications. This workshop introduces the RMF, intertwining it with relevant NIST standards, constituent publications, main terminologies, and the broader landscape of risk management standards and methodologies.

Intermediate-level courses are tailored for incident responders, system administrators, cybersecurity practitioners, and students studying for a technology Bachelor’s degree, looking to deepen their technical expertise and tackle more complex cyber challenges.

Cyber Threat Intelligence

40 Academic Hours

The purpose of this course is to familiarize students with the world of Cyber Threat Intelligence and Threat Hunting investigations, with an emphasis on OSINT tools in the finance industry, ethical hacking, malware analysis, and digital forensics processes.

Social Engineering Defense & Attack

40 Academic Hours

This course uncovers some of the most elegant and intelligent social engineering attacks. It provides advanced knowledge on social engineering methodologies, tactics and techniques, and provides exposure with common social engineering tools and technologies.

Certified Penetration Testing

80 Academic Hours

Learn various aspects of offensive security, covering methods and techniques in infrastructure, application, and wireless security penetration testing. This course will help you build a career in system, infrastracture, and web application pentesting, cybersecurity, and cyber operations.

Malware Analysis Investigator

40 Academic Hours

Designed for cybersecurity professionals looking to advance their expertise, this one-of-a-kind course addresses the challenge of constantly evolving malware threats. It provides participants a deep dive into malware threats and malware analysis techniques.

Advanced-level courses address the needs of experienced cyber and IT professionals, leaders in cybersecurity, and specialists like SOC managers and forensic analysts, focusing on high-level strategies, specific tactics, advanced threat analysis, and systemic defense mechanisms.

Cyber Security and Incident Response for Managers

40 Academic Hours

Designed for cybersecurity managers, this course provides an introduction to Incident Response and teaches participants how to handle and manage common security incidents. Attending this course will prepare you and your organization’s cybersecurity team to handle, investigate, and act according to common incident response standards such as the NIST Incident Response Plan and the MITRE Attack frameworks.

Advanced Incident Response and Forensics

40 Academic Hours

Intended for cybersecurity professionals seeking to enhance their capabilities, this course is designed to upskill participants in incident response, investigation, and forensic skills within an organizational environment. Targeted at experienced cybersecurity and IT teams, the course exposes participants to breakthrough methods, procedures, technologies, and tools essential for effective incident response.

Certified Cyber Threat Hunter

40 Academic Hours

This is a specialist-level course for security professionals involved in network security, security operations, incident response or penetration testing, who want to advance in their roles or to enhance their proactive skills in detecting and mitigating threats.

Windows Forensic Investigator

40 Academic Hours

This course is designed to equip participants with a diverse set of investigative tools, enhancing their skills in analyzing and deciphering computer crime events. It aims to reconstruct and decipher software and hardware failures and to prevent such incidents in the future.

Windows Forensics

40 Academic Hours

This course allows participants to improve their capabilities, skills, and knowledge regarding cyber security investigations and forensics in a Microsoft Windows OS environment.

Network Forensics

40 Academic Hours

Designed to elevate the capabilities, skills, and knowledge of students in cybersecurity investigations and network forensics, this course targets individuals eager to deepen their understanding and proficiency.

Training of Advanced Level Monitoring Team – Analyst Tier 2

40 Academic Hours

This course is designed for SOC analysts stepping up to Tier 2, emphasizing the orchestration of the triage process and the handling of escalated alerts. The course deepens the foundational Tier 1 concepts, introducing advanced leadership techniques, effective incident response strategies, and refined cybersecurity skills.

Professional Supervisor and Instructors

Supervising all Wawiwa Cyber courses is Mr. Nadav Nachmias, Head of Cybersecurity Programs at Wawiwa. The course instructors are cybersecurity professionals with hands-on experience as well as training skills. The technical level of the course can be adjusted according to the audience.
Nadav Nachmias Head of Cybersecurity Programs

Nadav Nachmias

Head of Cybersecurity Programs

Nadav is a Cybersecurity Specialist with over 15 years of experience, focusing on Cybersecurity strategies, architecture, and workforce empowerment. His practical experience made it intuitive for him to develop diverse training programs and materials in several Cybersecurity fields (including Cybersecurity Management, Incident Handling and Response, and Cyber Forensics).

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