What makes this course different
💎 Production quality: We’ve been developing cloud and security training material for over 7 years and have taught hundreds of thousands of IT professionals all the way from individuals to Fortune 500 companies. Our production quality is top-notch and not only reflects expert experience but focuses on building practical skills with interactive diagrams, realistic lab scenarios, and other interactive elements.
🗺️ Scenario and Practical-based: This course is 95%+ hands-on. We learn how to set up our tools to get started, and then we learn how to deploy CloudGoat AWS labs. We use those labs to learn hands-on by hacking actual environments. This isn’t a theoretical course, it’s fully practical.
🧪 Hands-On and Lab-based: Every practical step we take in the course can be completed in your very own AWS account, and we’ve added Cybr Hands-On Labs for some of the scenarios if you’d rather use our accounts instead of yours to make setup easier and not worry about costs. We do inform you beforehand if there are any resources that will cost money so you can decide whether you want to complete those labs/steps or not.
About the author
This course was created, developed, and published by Christophe Limpalair. Christophe is the founder and an author at Cybr, where he’s published many courses on topics of ethical hacking. You may also know him from Linux Academy / ACloudGuru, where he taught multiple AWS courses including associate and professional-level AWS certification courses, and helped tens of thousands of learners get certified. He also helped pioneer, develop, maintain, and secure Linux Academy’s cloud Hands-On Labs and Assessments technology which ran as a $1m budget on AWS.
Christophe has 7+ years of experience working in AWS and building as well as securing production environments. He shares that experience in this course to help you get started learning how to secure AWS resources and environments.
Added October 2023:
- [LAB] [DEMO] Exploiting EC2 to reach S3
- [LAB] [CTF] Lambda SQLi PrivEsc to Access Secret
Added September 2023:
- [LAB] [CTF] PrivEsc via IAM Version Rollback