We provide technical and operational services and training and readiness solutions to public and private enterprises to discretely mitigate vulnerabilities derived from physical, technical, and criminal threats against their operations, infrastructure, personnel, resources and intellectual property. Our 5-day March Investigational Python course teaches CASO grads how to create code to automate their OSINT/PAI needs. This course is for government only.
Our Investigational Python course is a 40-hour programming course that covers the essentials of object-oriented Python coding in a networked environment connected to the Dark Web via TOR. The coding exercises focus on methods of connecting to the Dark Web and building scraping tools to cull through websites. The course covers the essentials of installing and using Python on various operating systems, including creating a portable USB drive, object-oriented programming principles, building objects and modules, and using network libraries with Python. The students’ practical coding and debugging skills are leveraged against virtual targets which can be enumerated, scraped, and categorized using Python programs written by the students. The students will graduate the course with usable, mission-oriented Python scripts.
– March 25 – 29, 2024
– November 4 – 8, 2024
For more information about all of our available training courses as well as pricing information, visit our training and readiness page. To register for the March Investigational Python course, email [email protected].
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