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Kaspersky Cybersecurity Training

Comprehensive training programs covering digital forensics, malware analysis and incident response topics


Cybersecurity education is a critical tool for enterprises faced with an increasing volume of constantly evolving threats. IT Security staff need to be skilled in the advanced techniques that form a key component of effective enterprise threat management and mitigation strategies. Equipping your team with the most up-to-date knowledge will help defend your organization against even the most sophisticated attacks.

Digital Forensics

Courses are designed to fill experience gaps – developing and enhancing practical skills in searching for digital cybercrime tracks and in analyzing different types of data for restoring attack timelines and sources

Malware Analysis

Courses provide the knowledge needed to analyze malicious software, to collect IoCs (Indicators of Compromise), to write signatures for detecting malware on infected machines, and to restore infected/encrypted files and documents

Incident Response

Course will guide your in-house team through all of the stages of the incident response process and equip them with the comprehensive knowledge needed for successful incident remediation

YARA Training

Participants will learn how to write the most effective Yara rules, how to test them and how to improve them to the point where they find threats that are undiscoverable by others

Choose your format of cybersecurity training

The pandemic restrictions, as well as a significantly growing requirement to improve security specialists' expertise, has led Kaspersky to deliver its expert training in two formats:

Expert-led real-time training

Kaspersky has a global reputation for training programs that are delivered on-site by the company’s experts. Selected programs can now be accessed remotely in real time if travel is not possible, making it an ideal option for groups that want to learn together at the same time. Training can be tailored to meet the needs of individual organizations and cover certain aspects in more detail. This format also provides live interaction with experts, so participants can ask questions and access immediate support.

Check the availability of Kaspersky experts for real time training.

On-demand online training

Our popular training programs now have a self-study format, so team members can enhance their skills from home, or in the office, at their own pace. This option is suitable for individual learners or smaller groups that may need to study on their own schedule.

This format provides extensive practice in virtual labs using an array of modern tools and exclusive real-life malware samples. Guided video lectures are led by Kaspersky experts in English with English subtitles.

Suitable for

These programs are particularly well suited to addressing the security requirements, concerns and constraints of these enterprise sectors.

In Use

  • Develop practical skills in working with digital evidence

    • Develop practical skills in searching for digital cybercrime traces
    • Learn how to analyze different types of data
    • Restore incident logic, timelines and sources
  • Learn how to analyze and detect malicious software

    • Analyze malicious samples and collect indicators of compromise
    • Create signatures to detect malware on infected machines
    • Restore infected/encrypted files and documents
  • Adopt best practices for incident response and remediation

    • Move through all the stages of successful incident response
    • Learn the most efficient mitigation strategies
    • Increase the overall efficiency of incident response in your organization

White Papers

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The Risk

Acquiring team members with the right skills ‘out of the box’ is not easy. Ongoing training is needed if your team is to be equipped to deal with a continuously evolving threat environment. Failure to do so can expose your organization to significant threats:

  • Lost business and opportunities

  • Negative publicity

  • Downtime expenses

  • Significant penalties and fines

  • Increased insurance premiums

  • Damage to credit ratings

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