Internet And Network Technologies
Preemptive Troubleshooting
Preemptive Troubleshooting: Concepts & Strategies

Preemptive Troubleshooting: Concepts & Strategies

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Lesson Objectives

Preemptive Troubleshooting: Concepts & Strategies

  • discover the key concepts covered in this course
  • describe preemptive troubleshooting and how it applies to security and SecOps
  • recognize how preemptive troubleshooting is different than intrusion detection systems
  • describe policies and procedures for keeping systems secure in preemptive troubleshooting
  • use tools to troubleshoot hardware and policies to prevent security compromise
  • use password policies to enforce compliance
  • update software and recognize the importance of doing so
  • update hardware and recognize the importance of doing so
  • describe how indicators of compromise can help reduce exploits in an environment
  • identify how a security operations center can be a vital asset to an organization
  • recognize how threat hunters can help spot threats before they occur
  • differentiate between being preemptive and reactive in troubleshooting
  • demonstrate how training can keep an organization secure
  • summarize the key concepts covered in this course


Explore preemptive troubleshooting concepts and strategies and how they apply to cybersecurity. Discover tools to help assist in troubleshooting, such as indicators and threat hunting. Dive into scenarios a SOC would typically engage in when troubleshooting network issues and system compromise. Examine best practices, including spotting weak passwords or hardware and software vulnerabilities, and security policies and procedures to keep systems secure.


Prerequisites: none

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