CHDS Self-Study Course: Advanced Persistent Threats in Nation-State Cyber Operations against the US

The Center for Homeland Defense and Security (CHDS) recently released their new self-study course, The Advanced Persistent Threat: An Overview of Adversarial Nation State Cyber Operations against the United States.

This 2-hour course is taught by Elvis Chan, Assistant Special Agent in Charge (ASAC) assigned to FBI San Francisco. It covers major cyber threats to US national security and the collaborative efforts of government agencies and private companies in countering them.

The following 7 modules are included:

Module 1: Introduction to Advanced Persistent Threats

Module 2: China

Module 3: Russia

Module 4: Iran

Module 5: North Korea

Module 6: US Government’s Role in Countering APTs

Module 7: Private Sector’s Role in Countering APTs

Click here to enroll, and to read through the course overview and learning objectives.

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