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Web Linkhttp://www.natoschool.nato.int/Academics/Resident-Courses/Course-Catalogue/Course-description?ID=105
Last Date Updated23/Sep/2021 4:36
Training InstitutionNATO - School Oberammergau (NSO)
DisciplineCyberspace Operations (COP)
AreaCyber Defence Operations (CD)
Depth of knowledge Level300 - Advance
NATO Course CertificationNATO Approved

Course CodeCOP-CD-31370
Course TitleNetwork Vulnerability Assessment & Risk Mitigation Course
ETF Course CodeM6-109
Delivery MethodBlended
Course DescriptionThe aim of this course is to prepare students to apply the methodologies and techniques used for vulnerability assessments and follow on mitigation.
Course NotesFor further information (e.g. list of eligibility requirements) please refer to the full course description via the above given web link.

Learning Objectives1. Describe Methodology to Assess Organizational Vulnerability: Based on lectures, classroom and online discussions, videos, online labs and quizzes, students will describe the methodology used to assess the vulnerability of an organization connected to the Internet, in accordance with the guidelines provided by the course material posted on Sakai. 2. Employ Common Assessment and Threat Mitigation Tools: Based on lectures, classroom and online discussions, videos, online labs and quizzes, students will employ the common tools of the trade used during the assessments and used in mitigation, in accordance with the guidelines provided by the course material posted on Sakai. 3. Use distribution of LINUX: Based on lectures, classroom and online discussions, videos, online labs and quizzes, students will use a distribution of Linux to compile new tools and use such applications as vi and nmap, in accordance with the guidelines provided by the course material posted on Sakai. 4. Explain Hacking motivations: Based on lectures, classroom and online discussions, videos, online labs and quizzes, students will explain why hackers hack (their motivations), the different types of hackers, and some of the history of hackers and their exploits, in accordance with the guidelines provided by the course material posted on Sakai. 5. Assess Lab Network: Given their knowledge and skills acquired during the course, students will conduct an assessment on lab network, to include a full mapping of the network, vulnerabilities, and exploits that could be used as threats against them, in accordance with the guidelines provided by the course material posted on Sakai. 6. Describe types of Vulnerabilities: Based on lectures, classroom and online discussions, videos, online labs and quizzes, students will describe current types of vulnerabilities and how to protect against them, in accordance with the guidelines provided by the course material posted on Sakai.
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Structure of the CourseResident (1 wk) - eLearning (8 wk) - Resident (1 wk)

Active CourseYes
Course Active from01/Jan/2011
Course Deactivated on31/Dec/2026
Course Duration (in days)10.0

Security ClearanceNU: NATO UNCLASSIFIED
Training AudienceM: NATO, PfP, MD, ICI and other nations as approved
ePrime Reference NumberACT.368

Tuition Fee per Student (Euro)3500.00
Fees for Accommodation and Meals (Euro)0.00

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