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Safety Coordinator Training

Do you have the ambition to lead project teams in combating cyber threats and have a talent for organization and planning? If so, the security coordinator position should appeal to you!

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Security Coordinator Training with CyberTraining

Our training programs are designed to train all technical profiles in the professional skills of the Safety Coordinator profession.

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Theory & Practice

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Safety Coordinator Course

Take a specific training course for the job of Safety Coordinator, adapted to your pace and your level.

1

Introduction to cybersecurity

42 lessons - 23 h

3

The network layers

21 lessons - 5 h

5

Standards and regulations

21 lessons - 4.5 h

7

Identity Access Management

3 lessons - 3 h

9

Risk management

9 lessons - 2 hours

2

The Cloud

28 lessons - 7.5 h

4

Vulnerabilities

31 lessons - 8,5 h

6

Awareness

11 lessons - 3 h

8

Operations Centre

7 lessons - 3 h

1

Introduction to cybersecurity

42 lessons - 23 h

2

The Cloud

28 lessons - 7.5 h

3

The network layers

21 lessons - 5 h

4

Vulnerabilities

31 lessons - 8,5 h

5

Standards and regulations

21 lessons - 4.5 h

6

Awareness

11 lessons - 3 h

7

Identity Access Management

3 lessons - 3 h

8

Operations Centre

7 lessons - 3 h

9

Risk management

9 lessons - 2 hours

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Safety Coordinator program

Key lessons

Azure Active Directory
RBAC Azure
IPv6 Auto configuration and DHCPv6
The XXE faults
Deployment of a SOC

+ 61h

Of course

objectives

Objectives

  • Have a general knowledge of Information Systems and architecture principles
  • Master the fundamentals in the main areas of ISS
  • Demonstrate knowledge of security technologies and associated tools
  • Be able to implement aCybersecurity and ISMSpolicy and map risks
  • Masteringsecurity risk analysis methodologies
objectives

Prerequisites

  • Operating system basics: Understanding of Windows and Linux functionalities, and ability to perform common tasks.
  • Network basics: knowledge of IP addresses, TCP/IP, DNS and DHCP.
  • Use of IT tools: Proficiency in web browsing and the use of office suites.
placement test

Positioning test

In 1ʳᵉ step of your journey, you complete a one-hour placement test that will give your starting point for the training. This course is broken down into 2 levels: 

  • Beginner (61 hours)
  • Advanced (23 hours)
practice and training

Practice & training

In order to deepen your knowledge and ensure the assimilation of the new notions acquired, you will practice on practical cases throughout your training. 

In a TD, TP or CTF format, you will apply your newly acquired knowledge during a practical case with a real situation on the CyberRange.

What is a
Safety Coordinator?

What is a Safety Coordinator?

The primary role of the Safety Coordinator is to manage and coordinate safety activities within a company or organization.

From a strategic point of view, he/she is responsible for the implementation and management of the organization's security strategies and programs. He/she must be able to define the organization's security needs and put in place action plans to meet them. He must also be able to monitor potential threats and determine the measures to be taken to prevent or manage them.

From an operational perspective, the Security Coordinator is responsible for the implementation and management of day-to-day security activities. He/she must be able to supervise and coordinate the security activities of the teams and ensure that they comply with the organization's security policies and procedures. He/she must also be able to provide assistance and guidance to teams on security issues and work closely with the organization's security managers.

💡 In summary:

He is the conductor of IS security actions. He/she has the overall vision of the company's systems.

Activities and tasks of a safety coordinator

Analysis

  • Analyze and take into account security needs and the threat environment
  • Contribute to the definition of the general specifications of the security solution
  • Carry out the technical analysis and detailed study of the security solution

development

  • Plan and conduct various security solution development projects
  • Ensure the development of security solutions

qualification

  • Conduct tests to ensure that security solutions meet protection requirements
    or detection
  • Contribute to the implementation of the solution or product in a software architecture and test it

Advantages of the safety coordinator job

  1. Career opportunities: the security coordinator profession can lead to interesting career opportunities, especially in the field of computer security. It can also be a stepping stone to management positions, such as chief security officer or director of security.
  2. High salaries: the security coordinator's job is generally well paid, especially in large companies or in sensitive industries, such as financial services or information technology.
  1. Exciting Challenges: Being a security coordinator is often an exciting job and can offer many challenges and exciting responsibilities. It can be very rewarding to work to protect the organization from threats and help keep employees and customers safe.
  2. Flexible hours: the security coordinator job can offer flexible hours, especially in companies that offer atypical work schedules or rotating work schedules. This can be an advantage for those looking to balance their work and personal lives.

If you are a beginner and want to get started in the field of cybersecurity and hacking, we recommend you start with CyberTraining, our online training platform. CyberTraining is designed to teach you the fundamental concepts of cybersecurity through interactive lessons and hands-on exercises. You will discover how cyber attacks work and how to prevent them by practicing the techniques you learn.

With CyberTraining, you can develop your cybersecurity skills at your own pace and complete in-depth training paths. After completing CyberTraining lessons, you'll be ready to move on to BattleH4ck, our CTF platform that allows you to test and develop your cyber security skills by solving exciting challenges. Join CyberTraining to start your cybersecurity training journey and become a computer security expert.

CyberTraining's security coordinator training is entirely online and is customized according to the level of each learner. It is made up of several tracks that cover the main areas of information systems security (ISS), such as introduction to cybersecurity, cloud, network layers, vulnerabilities, standards and regulations, awareness, identity access management and operations center. The training also includes a placement test and practical cases to ensure the assimilation of the newly acquired notions.
The security coordinator training offered by CyberTraining has many advantages. First of all, it allows you to acquire the professional skills of the security coordinator profession, with a personalized training according to the level of each learner. Secondly, it is entirely online, which allows for flexibility in learning. Finally, it is financed by the CPF, which allows all technical profiles to quickly start their career in cybersecurity.

Yes, CyberTraining offers discounts to students. If you are a student, you can get a 30% discount on your CyberTraining subscription. Simply provide proof of your student status to take advantage of this exclusive discount at student@seela.io

By subscribing to CyberTraining as a student, you will have access to all the features of the cybersecurity training platform.

    1. Operating system basics :

      • Understanding of Windows and Linux (e.g. Ubuntu) functionalities and user interface.
      • Ability to perform routine tasks such as managing files, folders and programs.
    2. Network basics :

      • Understanding of IP addresses, subnet mask and default gateway.
      • Knowledge of basic TCP/IP principles and DNS and DHCP protocols.
    3. Use of IT tools :

      • Ability to use a web browser to search for information and access online sites.
      • Knowledge of common productivity tools such as office suites (Microsoft Office, LibreOffice).
    4. Device and printer management :

      • Know how to connect and configure peripherals such as printers, keyboards and mice.
      • Ability to solve common peripheral problems.
    5. Basic computer security :

      • Awareness of IT security risks such as malware and phishing attacks.
      • Knowledge of best practices for maintaining a secure IT environment (strong passwords, regular updates).

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