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Cyberclass®

Cyberclass


Take our certification classes anytime, anywhere with Cyberclass® Android and iOS Apps. Take a lesson, assessment, interact with our trainers, schedule exams, engage in our Cybernetwork® labs and manage your certification profile. It is really easy. Just use your mobile phone or tablet and you are connected to our virtual classrooms.
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RCCE® Level 1 Training
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RCCE® Level 1 - Extreme Hacking® Foundation


The RCCE® Level 1 covers the foundation concepts of hacking. This course will give you a detailed, in-depth knowledge and hands-on labs. You will have mastery over hacking technologies and tools. The course covers Web application attacks, Trojans and Malware, Ransomware, Denial of Service attacks, metasploit, man-in-the middle attacks, android hacking, Wifi, Bluetooth, NFC, phishing attacks, Artificial Intelligence, Cryptocurrency and Blockchain, Fake news, Kubernetes, Facial Recognition, Ethereum Dapps, Quantum Computing, GPS programming, Solidity, Node JS, Perl, Python, ruby, Bash shell scripting among others, firewalls, cryptography, cracking passwords, hacking the cloud etc.

The RCCE® Level 1 is a mandatory requirement, to move to the Advanced Level 2 program. Level 1 teaches you the essential skills of becoming a Cybersecurity Engineer. This course is 100% Linux based. Even though it is called foundation, it is super duper deep. RCCE Level 1 is the most advanced foundation hacking course in the world. Rocheston Reinvented Hacking. Like. No. Other.

Requirements: Knowledge of Server administration, HTML, Web technologies, TCP/IP and network management skills. Linux and programming skills is not a requirement, we will expose you to basic Linux commands in the class.

Duration: 5-days 9:00 - 5:00. RCCE® Level 1 Exam will be conducted on the last day of the class.

Modules

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RCCE® Level 2 Training
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RCCE® Level 2 - Extreme Hacking® Advanced


RCCE® Level 2 is a futuristic, advanced hacking course. The student should have gone through the RCCE® Level 1 program which is a mandatory requirement. The student should also have a working understanding of the essentials of hacking tools and cybersecurity solutions. In Level 2, trainees will get a hands on knowledge of analytical tools and advanced techniques including penetration testing and other innovative solutions and protocol to counter sophisticated security breach.
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RCCE® Level 2 will impart a ground breaking first-hand experience of advanced cybersecurity threats, in a range of topics such as AI and cyberwarfare, Machine Learning, DevOps, principles of quantum entanglement, biometrics hacking, cyberthreat intelligence, cryptocurrency, such as blockchain and crypto mining etc. You will be a Cyberwarfare soldier after graduating from this course.

Modules

  • Module 1: Sophisticated and Extremely Advanced Phishing Techniques Harvested by Chinese and Russian Hackers
  • Module 2: Deep Network Insights for Deeper Analytics
  • Module 3: Read Privileged Kernel Memory and Leak Data to Escalate Privileges
  • Module 4: Advanced Blockchain Exploits and Cryptocurrency Mining Attacks
  • Module 5: Sophisticated Government use of Cyberweapon Attacks and How they work
  • Module 6: Principles of Quantum Entanglement to Secure Communication (Unhackable networks)
  • Module 7: Guidance For Cybersecurity Disclosure and Advanced Techniques for Cyber Bounty hunting
  • Module 8: DevOps Concepts and Frameworks
  • Module 9: Advanced Mobile Banking and ATM Trojans
  • Module 10: Quantum Computing and Cryptography
  • Module 11: Dark Web and How to Download Sophisticated Stealth Tools
  • Module 12: Advanced Cloud Security - Azure, AWS, Digital Ocean, Google VM.
  • Module 13: H2O Driverless AI, Amazon SageMaker, and Azure Machine Learning AutoML
  • Module 14. Deepfakes and Generating Automated Fake news
  • Module 15: Advanced Threat Modelling Attacks
  • Module 16: Cognitive-Powered Security IntelligencePlatform
  • Module 17. Types of Cyberthreat Intelligence
  • Module 18: Advanced Ransomware and Cryptojacking Attacks
  • Module 19: Open Source Intelligence in Cybersecurity
  • Module 20: Attacking AI Chatbot and Voice Assistants - Siri, Google Home and Alexa
  • Module 21: DeepLocker: How AI Can Power a Stealthy New Breed of Malware
  • Module 22: Cybersecurity Insurance
  • Module 23: Advanced File System Protection With Cyber Deception
  • Module 24: Legal AI: How Machine Learning Is Aiding, Concerning Law Practitioners
  • Module 25: Advanced Threat Hunting Techniques
  • Module 26: Vulnerability Management Process Based on Weaponization and Asset Value
  • Module 27: Passwordless Authentication With FIDO
  • Module 28: Advanced PowerShell Attacks
  • Module 29: Next Generation of the Cyber Range Attacks
  • Module 30: Advanced Payment Gateway and Financial Cyberattacks
  • Module 31: Developing Immersive Cybersecurity Simulation
  • Module 32: Advanced DDOS Attacks Using IoT Botnets
  • Module 33: Attacking Hidden Endpoint Management Firewalls and IDS
  • Module 34: Advanced BGP Router Attacks
  • Module 35: Machine Learning with Automated Software Vulnerabilities
  • Module 36: Hacking Medical IoT Devices
  • Module 37: Hacking Biometric Security, and Facial Recognition Systems
  • Module 38: Threat Intelligence Models for Cyber Warfare
  • Module 39: Artificial Intelligence and Cyberwarfare
  • Module 40: Hacking Connected Cars
  • Module 41: Hacking Power Grids
  • Module 42: Advanced Mobile Phone Hacking, Spying, GPS and Monitoring
  • Module 43: Home Automation and IoT Gadgets
  • Hacking Amazon Echo to control your house
  • Hacking into smart door locks to unlock your doors
  • Hacking smart security cameras to monitor you
  • Hacking smart switches to control your devices
  • Hacking smart bulbs/lights
  • Hacking connected garage door opener
  • Hacking smart thermostats
  • Hacking connected window blinds/curtains
  • Hacking connected home appliances
  • Hacking smart Tv’s
  • Hacking connected fridges
  • Hacking smart doors with inbuilt cameras
  • Hacking home monitoring systems
  • Hacking home surround sound systems
  • Hacking video calling bells
  • Hacking baby monitors
  • Hacking connected children’s toys
  • Vehicles
  • Hacking GPS tracking sensors on vehicles
  • Hacking into and controlling Autonomous, smart vehicles
  • Hacking into ridesharing applications for call spoofing
  • Hacking into drones
  • Healthcare/Fitness
  • Hacking into blood pressure monitoring systems
  • Hacking into patient monitoring systems
  • Hacking into hospital databases
  • Hacking into smart, wireless pill bottles used to track medication
  • Hacking into wearable technology
  • Hacking GPS chips in smart shoes
  • Smart Cities
  • Hacking election voting machines
  • Hacking into government satellite systems
  • Hacking the power grids
  • Hacking the city’s surveillance systems
  • Hacking billboards that are connected to the cloud
  • Hacking smart bicycles
  • Hacking connected dustbins
  • Hacking traffic lights
  • Hacking the public transport system(trains/subway)
  • Cloud and Computing
  • Hacking into cloud services to steal data
  • Hacking quantum computers to break encryptions. Encryptions that take 38 years or more to crack can be cracked in 10 minutes
  • Hacking into and stealing data from facial recognition cameras
  • Hacking NFC passports
  • Manufacturing Machines
  • Hacking safety sensors to give false readings
  • Hacking into smart machines to disrupt production
  • Hacking into systems used to track logistics of companies
  • Hacking the robots in factories
  • Hacking RFID chips used for tracking of shipments
  • Module 44: How To Use Tensorflow
  • Module 45: Advanced EMP Cyberattacks
  • Module 46: Hacking heart devices, pacemakers, insertable cardiac
  • Module 47: Integrating IoT Security Into Vulnerability Management Program
  • Module 48: Containers & Cloud Native Security
Class Schedule

Training Class Schedule

October 2018

Friday, 19th

2018

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Cybernetwork®
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Cybernetwork® Virtual Labs Platform


Rocheston' Cybernetwork® is a virtual labs platform accessed using a web browser. It is powered by Rocheston Rose operating system. You will run Linux, Windows 2016 and other IoT Software systems using the cloud. All you need is a web browser. It is that simple. Cybernetwork® also works with our e-learning Cyberclasss® platform. Smooth integration with complete digital anywhere, anytime 24/7 classroom environment.
Cyberscanner®
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Rocheston Cyberscanner®


It is simply the most innovative and advanced Cyberwarfare Vulnerability Scanner.

Rocheston Cyberscanner is a vulnerability analysis and security assessment tool. Port scan a website, check site errors, SQL Injection, ad blocker, TOR detector, malware scanner, security checker, password generator, hash analyzer, virus scanner, website monitor, malicious content checker, encrypted private chat, web based motion detector alarm system etc.

Cyberscanner uses artificial intelligence with deep learning cloud connected database to constantly evaluate and monitor network servers.
RCCE® Job Roles
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Job Role of a RCCE® Engineer.


A cybersecurity engineer is responsible for ensuring the protection of the networking system from potential threats and prioritizing its immunity. As IoT threats loom large, the engineer should first and foremost be vigilant when it comes to tackling system vulnerabilities. Whether there is lack of encryption, unauthorized circulation of data or breach of privacy, the cyber security engineer should be able to enforce protection.

For instance, he/she should be using secure connections at all times,
enforce data security as and when it moves through cloud, ensure that data is encrypted, erect firewalls, etc, to avert the possibility of cyber-attacks.

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The engineer's other duties would include creating platforms for IoT solutions, networking with experts, and creating and sustaining risk management processes that comply to the standards of qualification for cyber security. Everyday new protocols are added as different vendors wish to address challenges in their products enabled with advanced IoT facilities.

It is the task of the cyber security engineer to understand the protocols and guide the organization through its hour of need.
Cyber Range Sphere
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Rocheston Cyber Range


A cyber range is a simulation platform used in RCCE® Level 2 training program. The Cyber Range helps in assessing incident response processes, and testing new technologies. A cyber range recreates the experience of responding to a cyber attack by replicating the organizational network infrastructure, and the attack itself. Cyber range enables hands-on training in a controlled and secure environment.

We have tons of organization network scenarios with hundreds of virtual machines hosted on the cloud to simulate live attacks.Rocheston Cyber Range Sphere.

The Cyber Range Sphere is a simulation platform used in RCCE® Level 2 training program. The Cyber Range Sphere helps in assessing incident response processes, and testing new technologies. A Cyber Range Sphere recreates the experience of responding to a cyberattack by replicating the organizational network infrastructure, and the attack itself. Cyber Range Sphere enables hands-on training in a controlled and secure environment.
Rocheston Rosé OS
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What is Rocheston Rosé?


Developed by Rocheston, Rosé is a Linux distro custom built IoT Operating System. It is based on Open Source libraries and frameworks, which is designed to power Internet of Things (IoT) platforms. Rocheston Rosé looks beautiful with its stunning Rocheston Nebula Blue look and feel throughout the OS. It works with ease on the latest laptops, desktops and tablets. Rosé is also touch screen enabled and looks incredible on high resolution screens.
RCCE® Certification

Official Certificate

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Customized Bespoke Certificates

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RCCE® Certification Kit Unboxing Video

RCCE Foundation Exam


  • Exam Code: RCT-79
  • No. of Question: 90
  • Passing score: 72%
  • Exam is available at VUE and Cyberclass®
  • The RCCE Level 1 exam will be conducted on the last day of the training
  • The students will receive the RCCE Level 1 certification after passing this test
  • The certification is valid for 2 years. You can renew at Accord portal.

RCCE Advanced Exam


  • Exam Code: RCT-80
  • No. of Question: 90
  • Passing score: 72%
  • Exam is available at VUE and Cyberclass®
  • The RCCE Level 2 exam will be conducted on the last day of the training
  • The students will receive the RCCE Level 2 certification after passing this test
  • The certification is valid for 2 years. You can renew at Accord portal
Books and Courseware
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Rocheston Official Courseware and Books


We have tons of books, white papers and resources in our Cyberclass® learning platform. You don't need to download anything. Just logon to Cyberclass and start learning.
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RCCE® Exam Preparation
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RCCE® Exam Preparation Study Guide


Students will receive RCCE® Level 1 and Level 2 as part of the training kit. The study guide will prepare the students to pass the test. The guide comes with over 500 sample exam questions.
Certification Badges
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Rocheston Certified
Cybersecurity Engineer

What is Digital Badging?


We are committed to providing you with the tools necessary to achieve your professional goals and we understand that communicating your credentials in an ever-expanding online marketplace can be challenging. That is why we have partnered with Acclaim, a part of Pearson, to provide you with a digital version of your credentials.

Digital badges can be used in email signatures or digital resumes, and on social media sites such as LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter. This digital image contains verified metadata that describes your qualifications and the process required to earn them.
About Extreme Hacking®

The Demand For Cybersecurity Professionals


Cybersecurity is a constantly evolving and highly exciting space in the contemporary world. Packed with fascinating possibilities, this is a domain that has become a topic of discussion in boardrooms and at the desk of policymakers. To face the various emerging threats in the cyberworld, we need to prepare ourselves with adequate knowledge and expertise. One of the greatest hindrances to mitigating cybercrime is the lack of qualified and skilled professionals trained in cybersecurity.

The Next Generation Cybersecurity Hacking Course Reinvented


The development and deployment of Internet of Things (IoT) devices is growing at a rapid pace. By 2025, number of connected IoT devices is set to grow by 50 billion worldwide. With sophisticated tools and applications, hackers have the ability to craft attacks on IoT devices, including autonomous cars, smartphones and home autonomous devices.

A next generation Cybersecurity course is the need of the hour. There is a growing need for an equally sophisticated cybersecurity framework with the increased dependence on interconnected (IoT) technologies. Cybersecurity experts should be aware of the future, by designing secure technologies with a new approach and mindset.

Cybersecurity in IoT


There is a drastic and constant change in the way new applications are developed for the end users.

In the near future, IoT devices would utilize data analysis and machine learning to discover interesting patterns and data. In the age of quantum computing and encryption, there is an urgent need to secure emerging technologies like IoT. As the dependency of consumers on IoT devices and the Internet are increasing by the day and in the near future, they are also vulnerable to malware, spam attacks, denial of service attacks on their home network or their shared network.

The emergence of IoT has been crucial for significant innovation in IoT devices. A serious attack on the distribution, development and maintenance process on IoT devices can pose a security and privacy risk to the end consumers.

Cybersecurity Job Data Statistics


  • Experts predict about 3.5 million open cybersecurity positions by 2021
  • Cybercrime expected to cost $6 trillion annually worldwide by 2021
  • The UK House of Lords Digital Skills Committee foresees
  • a global shortage of 2 million cybersecurity professionals by the end of 2019
  • CISCO estimates a shortage of 1 million cybersecurity professionals currently.
  • Israel, the world’s second largest exporter of cybersecurity technology behind the U.S. is said to be leading the global employer demand for cybersecurity talent
  • Cybercrime alone is expected to treble job openings in the next 5 years
  • Job hunting site Monster.com estimates that the Cybersecurity job space will grow by 37% in the next 2 years.
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RCCE® Roadmap

RCCE® Certification Roadmap

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RCCE® Exam Track

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Skills Levels

Rocheston Certification Skill Levels
Various skill levels in Rocheston's Cybersecurity certification programs.
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15.00
directions_bike RCCS - Cybersecurity Specialist
35.00
directions_car RCCE® Level 1 - Extreme Hacking®
50.00
flight RCCE® Level 2 - Extreme Hacking®
60.00
fingerprint RCCI® - CyberForensics®
80.00
gps_fixed RCIA - Cyberthreat Intelligence
100.00
mood CCO® - Cybersecurity Compliance Officer
100.00
Congratulations! You Have Become An Expert In Cybersecurity

Certification Track

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Next Generation Hacking Course. Reinvented.

There is a growing need for an equally sophisticated cybersecurity framework with the increased dependence on interconnected cloud technologies.
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NeXTGEN™ Hacking Reinvented

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1TB of Hacking Tools

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Advanced Mobile Hacking

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100% Linux and Cloud Hacking

Rocheston Certified Cybersecurity Engineer (RCCE®) Certification

Extreme Hacking® training prepares students for the elite and most sought after RCCE® certification.
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1 TB of Hacking Tools

Yes, we will load you up with tons of hacking tools. Latest exploits and Pen-Test tools. It is all here.
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RCCE® Foundation and Advanced Training

Rocheston offers two levels of Extreme Hacking® Training. Level 1 covers the foundation of hacking technologies and Level 2 covers advanced futuristic hacking stuff.
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How is Extreme Hacking® course different from other programs?

Extreme Hacking® is 100% Linux and Cloud computing hacking. The program covers the most advanced cutting-edge hacking and intrusion techniques. Seriously.
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Most Advanced Hacking Course In The World

Rocheston Rose Calculus Edition is the most advanced Pen-Testing Linux OS in the world. The Calculus Edition comes with more than 1TB of hacking tools.
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Rocheston Rosé Calculus Edition

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Surveillance Tool Running in Rocheston Rosé

Become a Linux Ninja

Do you want to succeed in Cybersecurity? Then you need to compete with 'Linux Ninjas' out there. Not an easy task. Don't worry, we are here to help.

Take the RCCE training. With Rocheston Rose, we will turn you into a super-duper 'Cybersecurity Linux Ninja'.

(Ojigiwosuru). Take a bow. You are going to rule the world with RCCE. Game on.
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Rocheston Cyberconnect


Online Training. Reinvented. Like. No. Other. COVID-19. Meet the new normal. Online training. Rocheston Cyberconnect is the future of cybersecurity online training.
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Check out the CEH killer, the RCCE. I'm signing up! 👋

I agree. The future of cybersecurity standards are Rocheston. Sure I will take-up the RCCE certification.

Hello. I'm an RCCE. Haja and the team at Rocheston are awesome. They update the program materials every week. Rocheston I love you.
💛💛💛💛

I love their website too. It is so beautiful. Wow!

Check out their cool Posters! Very artistic. 😃

Do they offer classes online? RCCE looks very promising….

I'm not good with Linux. Can I still go for it?

I think they offer Linux Fundamentals inside RCCE.

RCCE is based on their custom built Linux Rocheston Rose OS. Slick operating system.

How much is the RCCE course?

Their website states $2,000. Exam + Online labs access. 💰

Thanks Becky

Steve Jobs the genius here. Hello everyone. We need to form a RCCE group so that we can exchange notes to prepare for the exam. Has anybody attended RCCE Level 2. Nice to play their Cyber Range Sphere. Anyway keep up the good job Rocheston. 👏👏👏

I agree completely. RCCE is the CEH killer. RCCE is like 8K TV while CEH is Black / White analog TV. Hahah. 📺

I'm sold. Cybersecurity for Woman - Lady Hackers. Cool title. See you inside the RCCE class. guys. Take care and God bless. 👍

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