The Rocheston Certified Cybersecurity Engineer (RCCE) course is an intensive hands-on program designed to equip aspiring cybersecurity professionals with the skills and knowledge required to defend against a wide range of cyber threats. A key component of the RCCE course is the hands-on labs, which provide students with practical experience in using cutting-edge cybersecurity tools and techniques.
These labs are powered by Rocheston's proprietary Linux-based operating system, Rocheston Rose Cybersecurity OS. This specialized OS has been developed specifically for use in the RCCE course and contains an extensive collection of hacking and cybersecurity tools, amounting to over 1.5 TB of resources. The hands-on labs in the RCCE course are hosted on the cloud, which means students can access and complete them using a web browser. There is no need to install any additional software or hardware, making it incredibly convenient and easy for students to practice their skills from anywhere, at any time.
The labs cover a wide range of topics and techniques, from penetration testing and vulnerability assessment to network security and digital forensics. Students will work through real-world scenarios and challenges designed to test their knowledge and hone their skills in a safe, controlled environment.