Certified Cloud Security Engineer (C|CSE)
EC-Council’s Certified Cloud Security Engineer (C|CSE) course is curated by cloud security professionals in association with renowned subject matter experts to deliver a mix of vendor-neutral and vendor-specific cloud security concepts. The vendor-neutral concepts focus on cloud security practices, technologies, frameworks, and principles. In contrast, the vendor-specific materials deliver the practical skills that are needed to configure specific platforms, such as Amazon Web Services (AWS), Azure, and Google Cloud Platform (GCP). This offers candidates a well-balanced mix of theoretical and practical skills. In addition, advanced topics also cover modules on securing the cloud infrastructure by implementing regulations and standards to maintain security. EC-Council’s cloud security course is mapped to the real-time job roles and responsibilities of cloud security professionals and is ideal for beginners as well as experienced cybersecurity professionals.
Who Should Earn a Cloud Security Certification (C|CSE)?
- Network security engineers
- Cybersecurity analysts
- Network security analysts
- Cloud administrators and engineers
- Network security administrators
- Cloud analysts
- Cybersecurity engineers
- Those working in network and cloud management and operations
Earn the C|CSE Certification and Master the Skills to Secure Critical Assets in the Cloud.
EC-Council’s Certified Cloud Security Engineer (C|CSE) course is a specialized program curated by cloud security professionals in collaboration with subject matter experts from around the globe. Certified Cloud Security Engineer (C|CSE) is a hands-on learning certification course that adopts a detailed and methodological approach to teaching the fundamental concepts of cloud security
EC-Council’s C|CSE program blends vendor-neutral and vendor-specific cloud security concepts, offering aspirants an unbiased learning approach. Vendor-neutral concepts emphasize universally applicable cloud security best practices, technologies, and frameworks to help individuals strengthen their grasp of the fundamentals. Vendor-specific concepts help individuals gain the practical skills needed to work with specific cloud platforms
Why Choose C|CSE? and Benefits of C|CSE
|Plan, implement, and execute cloud platform security for an organization.||Evaluate and mitigate security risks, threats, and vulnerabilities in a cloud platform.|
|Securely access cloud resources through identity and access management (IAM).||Integrate best practices to secure cloud infrastructure components (network, storage and virtualization, and management).|
|Evaluate and control organizational cloud network architecture by integrating various security controls the service provider offers.||Secure organizational cloud applications by understanding the secure software development lifecycle of cloud applications and by implementing additional security controls to enhance the security of hosted cloud applications.|
|Evaluate cloud storage techniques and threats on data stored in the cloud and understand how to protect cloud data from attacks.||Design and implement a GRC framework, a cloud incident response plan, and a business continuity plan for cloud services.|
|Implement and manage cloud security on various cloud platforms, such as AWS, Azure, and GCP.||Utilize the security services and tools provided in Azure, AWS, and GCP to secure the organizational cloud environment.|
|Understand the shared responsibility model of the service provider.||Understand the legal implications associated with cloud computing to protect organizations.|
|Evaluate various cloud security standards, compliance programs, and features offered by AWS, Azure, and GCP, and perform cloud computing security audits.||Implement operational controls and standards to build, operate, manage, and maintain the cloud infrastructure.|
|Implement various threat detection and response services provided by Azure, AWS, and GCP to identify threats to an organization’s cloud services.||Understand and implement security for private, multi-tenant, and hybrid cloud environments.|