بارهای محاسباتی سالهاست که به ابر منتقل شده اند و تحلیلگران پیش بینی می کنند که اکثر شرکت ها در آینده نه چندان دور بار عمومی در محیط های ابری و عمومی دارند و استفاده از این محیط بسیار در سازمان ها محبوبیت دارد و لذا ما باید برای ارزیابی امنیت سرویسهای ابری آماده باشیم. در دوره SEC588: Cloud Penetration Testing شما جدیدترین تکنیک های آزمایش نفوذ را که بر روی ابر و نحوه ارزیابی محیط های ابر متمرکز شده است را خواهید آموخت.
لینک دانلود دوره آموزشی SEC588: Cloud Penetration Testing 2020
حجم : 2.59 گيگابايت
رمز فايل: technet24.ir
SANS SEC588 Serverless Attacks
Price: 7,020 $ USD
Instructor: Moses Frost
Aim Your Arrows To The Sky And Penetrate The Cloud
Computing workloads have been moving to the cloud for years. Analysts predict that most if not all companies will have workloads in public and other cloud environments in the very near future. While organizations that start in a cloud-first environment may eventually move to a hybrid cloud and local data center solution, cloud usage will not decrease significantly. So when it comes to assessing risk to organizations, we need to be prepared to assess the security of cloud-delivered services. In this course you will learn the latest in penetration testing techniques focused on the cloud and how to assess cloud environments.
The most commonly asked questions regarding cloud security are “Do I need training for cloud-specific penetration testing” and “Can I accomplish my objectives with other pen test training and apply it to the cloud?” The answer to both questions is yes, but to understand why, we need to address the explicit importance of having cloud-focused penetration testing. In cloud-service-provider environments, penetration testers will not encounter a traditional data center design. Specifically, what we rely on to be true in a traditional setting – such as who owns the Operating System, who owns the infrastructure, and how the applications are running – will likely be very different. Applications, services, and data will be hosted on a shared hosting environment that is potentially unique to each cloud provider.
What makes cloud native different? The Cloud Native Computing Foundation, which was chartered to provide guidance on what is a cloud-first and cloud-native application, states that the application and environment will be composed of containers, service meshes, microservices, immutable infrastructure, and declarative APIs.
While some of these items are available in a non-cloud environment, in the cloud these features are further decomposed into services that are made available by cloud providers. In this environment, an example of complexity is a microservices architecture in which there may be a virtual machine, a container, or even what is considered a “serverless” hosting area. We must therefore deal with additional complexity in order to appropriately assess this environment, stay within the legal bounds, and learn new and different ways to perform what we would consider legacy attacks.
SANS SEC588 dives into these topics as well as other new topics that appear in the cloud like microservices, in-memory data stores, files in the cloud, serverless functions, Kubernetes meshes, and containers. The course also specifically covers Azure and AWS penetration testing, which is particularly important given that Amazon Web Services and Microsoft account for more than half of the market. The goal is not to demonstrate these technologies, but rather to teach you how to assess and report on the true risk that the organization could face if these services are left insecure.
SEC588.1: Discovery, Recon, and Architecture at Scale
SEC588.2: Mapping, Authentication, and Cloud Services
SEC588.3: Azure and Windows Services in the Cloud
SEC588.4: Vulnerabilities in Cloud Native Applications
SEC588.5: Exploitation and Red Team in the Cloud