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Cyber Security for Business
Course coded: 0417CYBER
Duration: 4 weeks, 1 x 3 hour session per week
Commences: Tuesday 10 November and each Tuesday
thereafter Nov 17, 24 & Dec 1st
Times: 2 – 5pm
Cost: $295 pp
The aim of the course is to assist your organisation with scenario based training to test comprehensive
Cyber Incident response plans to minimise the impact of a Cyber Security Incident to your organisation
should it occur.
The course will provide you the knowledge and tools to assist your organisation when considering business
critical processes as well as roles & responsibilities of staff within the organisation.
The course focuses on the following key processes
Detect what you can’t prevent. If you are able to detect the threat early it will reduce the impact of a potential cyber incident.
Establish a containment strategy. Learn how to consider input from your impact analysis, preserve digital evidence and acquire the resources required to successfully implement your containment strategy.
After a cyber incident has been contained, eradication may be necessary to eliminate components of the incident. This can include various actions such as deleting malware and disabling breached user accounts, as well as identifying and mitigating all vulnerabilities that were exploited. During eradication, it is important to identify all affected hosts within the organisation so that they can be remediated.
Recovery planning and investigating both short and medium term recovery processes and procedures involves understanding how these actions are executed to ensure restoration of systems or assets affected by cyber incidents.
Post Incident Review
Post Incident Reviews explore what information was needed and when, the steps or actions that slowed recovery, and the steps to prevent and detect a similar incident.
Delivered by Jordan Hunt is local
to Gippsland (lives in Maffra)
Jordan is a very experienced Digital Forensic Analyst who runs his own company called HUNT Digital Forensics &
With 13 years of experience in the IT industry across professional services, construction, law enforcement, the water
industry and now with his own business, Jordan has worked in many varied ICT environments. Jordan’s position within the Victoria Police eCrime Squad was a highly challenging technical role that had an enormous impact on the lives and
wellbeing of Victorians and provided me the opportunity to assist with the rescue of children from abuse both in Australia and around the world.
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