Course

Cyber Warfare training course

This cyber warfare training course provides an overview of the types of cyber-attacks, modes of attacks, and motivations of state and non-state actors. The knowledge gained from this interactive customizable cyber warfare course will enable you to analyze and manage cyber incidents and conflicts. 

Fig: Cyber Warfare Learning Path

Aligned to

Why this course?

Cyber warfare is a major concern spanning national boundaries. In light of the recent Russia Ukraine cyber warfare, it is essential to understand this concept so we can effectively defend against any cyber warfare activities. This course covers a comprehensive overview of cyberattacks, tactics, and cyber weapons used in cyber warfare. This course will also help you in understanding the Tallinn manual on the international law applicable to cyber warfare. 

The audience

Deliver this course to a wide segment of your workforce.

IT Team

The course content

Section 1

Introduction to Cyber Warfare

In this introductory section of the cyber warfare course, you will learn about the course’s main objectives, cyber warfare, its motivations, and the Tallinn Manual. It also helps you grasp the concept of cyber warfare, which presents a new way for states to exert influence.   

Fig: Cyber Warfare section 1 sample


Section 2

Cyber Warfare – Attacks, tactics and cyber weapons

This section will explore different types of warfare, cyber weapons, and targets in a cyber-war. It also offers you an overview of various attacks and tactics used in cyber warfare, real-life case examples, like the Stuxnet malware and zero-day attack.  

Fig: Cyber Warfare section 2 sample


Section 3

Cyber Warfare Doctrine and Strategy

In this section, you’ll be introduced to cyber warfare doctrine and given an overview of the different cyber warfare doctrines from around the world. It discusses the strategies and materialization of cyber warfare in modern armies of the US, Russia, etc. 

Fig: Cyber Warfare section 3 sample


Section 4

How to prepare for Cyber Warfare?

Prepare for cyber warfare by understanding concepts such as cyber deterrence and cyber war games in this section. We will guide you through strategies for accomplishing intrusion detection/ prevention and security testing services such as penetration tests and vulnerability assessments.   

Fig: Cyber Warfare section 4 sample


Section 5

Summary and Assessment

Mandatory assessment with a minimum pass score as determined by the organization.

Fig: Cyber Warfare section 5 sample


Specs

Standards

LMS compatible

The course runs on any standard LMS that supports SCORM, AICC or TINCAN

Responsive

Mobile friendly

Responsive course with HTML5 as the underlying technology

Time

Learning time

The course has an approximate learning time of 25-35 minutes.

Customize this course

Unlike off-the-shelf courses, customized content connects well with employees. At Security Quotient, we perfectly align training content with the organization’s security policies, brand guidelines and cultural nuances. Further, we translate the course to the native language spoken by the end-users along-with audio narration by native language speakers.

Learn more >


Frequently asked questions

Find answers to common questions regarding cyber warfare.

In cyber warfare, a nation uses digital threats like unauthorized access and malware to attack another nation’s computer systems, preventing them from accessing information and communication systems.

  • Compromise economic advantage 
  • Theft of intellectual property 
  • Disrepute and humiliation 

Some real case examples of cyber warfare are  

  • Ransomware 
  • Zero-day attack 
  • Stuxnet malware

Ensure cyber deterrence by making the cost of an attack too high for any potential attacker. Cyber war games can be conducted to simulate cyber-attack scenarios and train participants. Compliance and policy should be adhered to as much as possible.

Get in touch

Schedule a free demo or arrange a call-back.

Schedule a demo

Check our calendar and pick a convenient slot.

Request a call-back

Select a date and time that works best for you.