By now, you probably know that Cloud Academy is constantly publishing new training content every month with Learning Paths, Courses, Quizzes, Exams, and Hands-on Labs. We notify our subscribers in real time when there are relevant additions and updates to the training library, and you can keep track of what’s coming next with our roadmap. At any time, you can go find all of our brand new releases by going to our Training Library and finding the section titled “New this month in our library.”
Promising and delivering organizational and technical change is difficult — especially at large enterprise organizations. That’s why we have a team of experts that continue to work energetically to launch brand new training assets and platform features to make that difficult work a bit easier for you and your team. In June, Cloud Academy made huge advances in our Training Library. Let’s take a closer look.
We still don’t know how they did it, but our Content Team released 10 brand new Cybersecurity Hands-on Labs this month! Not only that, but our expert trainers also created new Learning Paths, Courses, and lots of other Hands-on Labs.
Cybersecurity Labs NEW LAB SERIES
These Cybersecurity Labs cover several security topics from a cloud-agnostic perspective. These labs were designed for the CREST Practitioner Security Analyst (CPSA) certification examination, but they are very valuable to security practitioners in general.
Get started with one of our brand new Cybersecurity Labs, including:
Network Mapping and Target Identification
Interpreting Security Tool Output
Security Audit Techniques
Detecting Windows Vulnerabilities
Cracking Passwords in Linux
Exploiting Vulnerable Network File System (NFS) Shares
Exploiting Remote Procedure Call (RPC) Services
Execute a Stored Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) Attack
Execute a Reflected Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) Attack
Perform a SQL Injection (SQLi) Attack
New Learning Paths
Getting Started With Amazon Kinesis
Learn the components and use cases of the Amazon Kinesis video and data streaming service, then