Explore the potential of ChatGPT in cybersecurity with the Applied ChatGPT for Cybersecurity course. Delve into introductory SOC analyst and incident response work, learning to utilize ChatGPT for packet analysis and reverse engineering of malware. This immersive course provides a unique opportunity to understand the power of AI in cybersecurity investigations.
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Immerse yourself in introductory SOC analyst and incident response work through a series of modules, gaining hands-on experience in packet analysis, reverse engineering, and more with the Applied ChatGPT for Cybersecurity course.
Introduction: Get an overview of the course and its objectives, setting the stage for your journey into the world of cybersecurity investigations using ChatGPT.
The Assignment: Dive into your first hands-on task, familiarizing yourself with the practical application of ChatGPT in SOC analyst work.
Applied ChatGPT for Cybersecurity Handout pdf: Access a comprehensive handout to supplement your learning, providing valuable resources and information.
pcap file: Engage in practical exercises using the provided pcap file, applying your newfound knowledge in real-world scenarios.
Additional ChatGPT Training with Infosec Free Trial: Extend your learning with additional training resources, leveraging an Infosec free trial for further skill development.
ChatGPT SOC Analysis Quiz: Test your understanding and mastery of ChatGPT in SOC analysis through an interactive quiz, solidifying your knowledge.
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