The pathway has THIRTY NINE rooms in it and is set to take you approximately FORTY EIGHT hours but counting up was probably closer to fifty two or so.
The Cyber Defense path aims to give a broad introduction to the different areas necessary to detect and respond to threats. This path will be looking at the following areas:
• Getting Started
• Threat and Vulnerability Management
• Security Operations and Monitoring
• Threat Emulation
• Incident Response & Forensics
• Malware Analysis and Reverse Engineering
Once you complete this path, you should have the fundamental components of detecting and responding to threats in a corporate environment and using these core concepts to build your understanding of more complex topics within this field.
Note: This pathway is still under development and more rooms will be added as they become available. “
There is other pathways live ‘Complete Beginner’, Offensive Pentesting’, ‘Comptia Pentest+’ and ‘Web Fundamentals’ and looking through I am probably about 50% or from on them all just from doing rooms linked to the paths so will need to see which one I want to do next.
I have been a member at TryHackMe for over a year now and enjoy it a lot, these are the rooms I had to do for the certificate and YES, I do plan to do the other rooms as they are released.
Cyber Defense Introduction
Learn the basics of networking, host-based systems, and active directory. These rooms will give you the foundational knowledge needed to grasp more advanced concepts.
Threat and Vulnerability Management
Identify how attackers are developing their techniques to use in your defensive strategy.
Security Operations & Monitoring
Learn how to configure and utilise tooling to ensure that suspicious activity is quickly identified and dealt with in your environment.
The best way to understand how attackers work is to get hands on experience with their techniques.
Incident Response and Forensics
Incidents are inevitable. Learn how to identify and respond to them.
Analyse malicious files to prevent malicious actions and identify attacks.
Over all it’s been an amazing learning process and although I plan to do my CompTIA Security+, CompTIA CySA+ and CISSP to have for my career I do want to learn more about pentesting and hacking.
Oh, nearly forgot 🙂
Anyways, TWO WEEKS TODAY I have a massive, awesome post for you all.
Take it easy