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Begin Your Journey as a Frontline Cyber Defense Expert.

SOC Analyst Level 1

800,-€ (excl. VAT)


2 Days


Participants will understand the critical role of an SOC Analyst in protecting an organization's digital assets. You'll learn key security concepts, how to monitor and analyze network traffic, respond to security incidents, and implement measures to prevent future attacks. The course is designed to provide the foundational skills needed for an entry-level SOC Analyst position.

Learning Objectives

While no specific prerequisites are required, a basic understanding of networking concepts and a keen interest in cybersecurity are beneficial. This course is tailored for beginners looking to enter the field of cyber defense.


This course is perfect for individuals aspiring to start a career in cybersecurity, specifically as an SOC Analyst. IT professionals seeking to transition into security roles, recent graduates, and anyone interested in understanding the fundamentals of security operations will benefit from this course.

Who Should Attend

NEOEDX presents a comprehensive course designed to introduce beginners to the role of a Security Operations Center Analyst (SOC Analyst). This course equips you with the knowledge and skills necessary to defend organizations against cyber threats. You'll learn how to monitor, analyze, and respond to security incidents using tools and techniques aligned with the US National Institute of Standards and Technology's Cyber Defense Analyst NICE work role. Over the duration, you'll explore the roles and responsibilities of an SOC Analyst, dive into threat analysis, vulnerability management, and incident response, and understand how to safeguard digital assets effectively.

Course Description

Introduction to SOC: Understanding the role and importance of a Security Operations Center.

SOC Analyst Roles and Responsibilities: Overview of daily tasks, responsibilities, and expectations.

Threat Analysis: Techniques for identifying and analyzing potential security threats.

Security Devices and Incident Response: Learning about SIEM, IDS/IPS, and other security tools.

Vulnerability Assessment: Techniques for identifying system and network vulnerabilities.

Security Policies and Protocols: Understanding and implementing organizational security measures.

Network Monitoring: Using tools and techniques to monitor network traffic and activities.

Incident Management: Steps and processes to effectively respond to security incidents.

Practical Exercises: Hands-on scenarios to apply what you've learned in real-world settings.

Career Pathways and Certifications: Exploring further learning and professional certification options.

Course Outline

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