This course will be held on
22–23 March 2022
With the guidance of our expert penetration testers, this hands-on course encourages you to think like a hacker.
You will research your organisation and explore vulnerabilities, testing for the most common internet-facing security holes. Your findings will then be compared with others in the community. You will learn how an attacker identifies weaknesses using search engines such as Google and Shodan, and what the hack attempt looks like first-hand.
You will take away an understanding of your own organisation's exposure compared to other organisations, the technical skill to test for the most common internet-facing security weaknesses and how to mitigate risks.
Extremely beneficial day with solid action points when returning to work. Thanks for a great session! - Further education administrator and workshop participant
Who should attend
This training course is aimed at the security community, IT staff and IT managers from Jisc member institutions.
What we cover
During the sessions we will:
- Assess exposure via Google; discovering what your network looks like to an internet-based attacker
- Perform reconnaissance, performing tests which uncover “low hanging fruit” vulnerabilities
- Plan to address vulnerabilities found
- Share and address challenges
Pricing and eligibility
- Jisc members - £400 + VAT
- Non member, not-for-profit - £475 + VAT
For more information, email email@example.com or phone 01235 822242.
An easy route to procurement
We are an approved supplier on the Crown Commercial Service dynamic purchasing system (DPS). This provides a simple and trusted way for public sector buyers and our members to procure Jisc cyber security services and training.