SOC Operations for Analysts

Upskilling Course, 20 Academic Hours

Fortify Your Cyber Defenses

Wawiwa’s 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.

By enrolling in this course, you'll gain comprehensive knowledge and hands-on experience in detecting, analyzing, and responding to cybersecurity threats, equipping you with the essential skills needed for effective security operations.

Who Is This Course For?

  • Individuals and teams with background in IT
  • Early-stage cyber professionals


  • Profound knowledge in IT infrastructures, including both networks and operating systems (e.g., file systems, Windows Registry, and common network protocols).

Learning Objectives

  • Gain the ability to explain the operational aspects of SOCs, including relevant technologies and methods.
  • Be able to install a working instance of Splunk within a virtual environment to experiment with SIEM activities.
  • Learn about security event sources, particularly in the Microsoft Windows environment, including Windows Event Viewer logs, and familiarize yourself with Incident Response (IR) and Cyber Forensics (CF) terminologies.

What You'll Get...

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).

What Do Graduates Have to Say?

Course Syllabus

The Security Operations Center (SOC) (2 Theoretical Hours, 2 Practical Hours)

  • The Security Operations Center
  • The Technological Building Blocks of SOCs
  • Splunk
  • Enrichment – The MITRE ATT&CK Matrix

Cybersecurity Incidents – Methods and Practices (2 Theoretical Hours, 4 Practical Hours)

  • Cybersecurity Incidents – Handling and Response
  • Sources of Security Events
  • Administration of SIEM Rules
  • Windows Event Viewer Logs

Introduction to Cyber Forensics (4 Theoretical Hours, 6 Practical Hours)

  • Windows Digital Forensics
  • Introduction to Windows Artifacts and Windows Registry

Give your team the edge they need to succeed with our comprehensive courses, tailored to your specific needs.

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