Module 1: Introduction to Cyber Security and Operating System Security.
• Understanding the Importance of Cyber Security
• Types of Cyber Attacks and Threat Landscape
• Basic Concepts of Information Security
• Securing Windows, Linux, and macOS Systems
• User Authentication and Authorization
• Patch Management and System Updates
Module 2: Cryptography and Malware Analysis and Defense.
• Principles of Cryptography
• Encryption Algorithms and Techniques
• Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) and Digital Signatures
• Types of Malware (Viruses, Worms, Trojans, Ransomware)
• Malware Detection and Removal
•Incident Response and Recovery

Module 3: Web Security and Network Security.
•Common Web Vulnerabilities (e.g., SQL Injection, XSS)
• Secure Web Development Practices
• Web Application Firewalls
• Secure Network Design and Architecture
• VPNs (Virtual Private Networks) and Secure Remote Access
• Wireless Network Security

Module 4: Ethical Hacking and Cloud Security.
• Introduction to Ethical Hacking
• Penetration Testing Methodology
• Vulnerability Assessment Tools<
• Cloud Computing Basics<
• Securing Cloud Services and Data<
• Shared Responsibility Model

Module 5: Spring O-R Mapping.
ORM stands for Object Relational Mapping. This module provides consistency/ portability to our code regardless of data access technologies based on object oriented mapping concept. •What is O-R Mapping
•O-R Mapping support in Spring
•Hibernate Support / Mapping
Module 5: Risk Management and Compliance.
•Risk Assessment and Mitigation
•Compliance Frameworks (e.g., GDPR, HIPAA)
•Security Policies and Incident Handling

Module 6: Emerging Technologies in Cyber Security.
• IoT (Internet of Things) Security
• AI and Machine Learning for Security<
• Blockchain and Cryptocurrencies<

Module 7: Legal and Ethical Aspects of Cyber Security.
• Cyber Laws and Regulations
• Privacy and Data Protection
• Ethical Hacking Guidelines

Module 8: Capstone Project.
• Apply Cyber Security Concepts to Real-World Scenarios
• Design and Implement a Security Strategy