Cubic created a digital defense curriculum to combat the threats of cyber-attacks. Our courses teach students the core understanding of cellular/mobile device hardware and software functionality to utilizing advanced techniques to improve and control security measures on these devices.
In this course, students receive entry-level instructions on the functions of computer hardware, network protocol, software security and basic troubleshooting techniques for the Windows operating systems (OS). Students will be exposed to known vulnerabilities in Windows OS and will be able to implement preventative measures against unauthorized access.
Introduction to computer and network hardware
Hardening the laptop/desktop
Introduction to networks and network troubleshooting
Internet Based Activities II
In this course, students will focus on communicating securely through the internet with a commercial signature utilizing open source and freeware. and to demonstrate methods how to clean, harden and utilize the laptop to create sensitive documents while maintaining the laptop sterile of compromising data.
Shrink and create 2 partition HDD
Install Open Source (OS) on partition
Understanding of symmetric and asymmetric encryption
Configuring open source secure email client
Operating RAM to maintain sterile computer
Recover file from one partition to another
Digital Defense – III (GSM Cellular)
In this course, students will learn the comprehensive technical overview of the global system for mobile (GSM) communications.
It will cover the GSM history, evolution as well as network fundamentals and technologies.