Fundamentals of Dark Web Training is Now Free for Everyone!
The Dark Web course offered at SOCRadar Academy is now free for everyone to give you everything you need to use and navigate the dark side of the internet.
This free dark web course will guide you into and through the dark web safely and securely.
You will learn research tactics and techniques to confidently and effectively investigate hidden content and impart knowledge gained from the dark web to others.
You will know where to look to keep up to date with security breaches and cyber risks.
SOCRadar’s free dark web course participants will master the unique terminology of the dark web, unlike other trainings. SOCRadar’s dark web team monitors the dark web for threats 24/7. Based on this knowledge, the participants will be able to have the experience of real-life analysts. There is also a “Myths & Facts” section in the free dark web course, which is not available in other trainings.
Who should get this training?
Anyone who has an interest in keeping themselves cyber secure in this ever-evolving technological age.
Criminals and threat actors now prefer the dark web. Because the dark web has a lot of privacy issues, although the number of crimes committed by the dark web is increasing day by day around the world, the dark web can only be accessed by a few secure networks. All activity on the dark web remains encrypted with multiple layers of security.
This makes it incredibly difficult for any company or law enforcement agency to track you down. This makes the dark web an ideal choice for both criminals and hackers. Cybersecurity experts, ethical hackers, journalists, and anyone interested in the subject will use SOCRadar’s free course to legally use the dark web or learn more to help keep people safe online.
Because the security industry needs to stay two steps ahead of criminals, and the public needs to know.
He received his bachelor and master degrees in electronics and computer engineering at New York Institute of Technology and continued his doctorate in information and communication technologies at Tallinn University of Technology. 2010-2013 He worked as an IT Specialist at Solaris in the USA, and as an IT Chief in 2013-2015 Turkish Petroleum A.Ş. Between 2016 and 2018, he served as the national representative on behalf of the Republic of Turkey at the NATO Cooperative Cyber Defense Center of Excellence, headquartered in Tallinn, Estonia. Between 2015 – 2020 (October) he worked as a senior researcher at TÜBİTAK BİLGEM Cyber Security Institute. Since 2020 (November), he has held the positions of SOC team project manager, Pentest team project manager and CISO at BGA Security. Currently, he works as VP of Research and CISO of SOCRadar. He has eWPTX, eCTHP, CCISO, CEH, CTIA, CND, CSA, DRP, CEI, ISO27001 LA certificates and has more than 150 published articles on cyber security, artificial intelligence and blockchain.
VP of Research, Advisory CISO
Protecting your personal data is one of the core principles of our organization, SOCRadar, which operates the internet site (www.socradar.com). This Cookie Usage Policy (“Policy”) explains the types of cookies used and the conditions under which they are used to all website visitors and users.
Cookies are small text files stored on your computer or mobile device by the websites you visit.
1. WHAT KIND OF DATA IS PROCESSED IN COOKIES?
Cookies on websites collect data related to your browsing and usage preferences on the device you use to visit the site, depending on their type. This data includes information about the pages you access, the services and products you explore, your preferred language choice, and other preferences.
2. WHAT ARE COOKIES AND WHAT ARE THEIR PURPOSES?
Cookies are small text files stored on your device or web server by the websites you visit through your browsers. These small text files, containing your preferred language and other settings, help us remember your preferences on your next visit and assist us in making improvements to our services to enhance your experience on the site. This way, you can have a better and more personalized user experience on your next visit.
The main purposes of using cookies on our Internet Site are as follows:
- Improve the functionality and performance of the website to enhance the services provided to you,
- Enhance and introduce new features to the Internet Site and customize the provided features based on your preferences,
- Ensure legal and commercial security for the Internet Site, yourself, and the Organization, and prevent fraudulent transactions through the Site,
- Fulfill legal and contractual obligations, including those arising from Law No. 5651 on the Regulation of Publications on the Internet and the Fight Against Crimes Committed Through These Publications, as well as the Regulation on the Procedures and Principles Regarding the Regulation of Publications on the Internet.
3. TYPES OF COOKIES USED ON OUR INTERNET SITE 3.1. Session Cookies
Session cookies ensure the smooth operation of the internet site during your visit. They are used for purposes such as ensuring the security and continuity of our sites and your visits. Session cookies are temporary cookies and are deleted when you close your browser; they are not permanent.
3.2. Persistent Cookies
These cookies are used to remember your preferences and are stored on your device through browsers. Persistent cookies remain stored on your device even after you close your browser or restart your computer. These cookies are stored in your browser’s subfolders until deleted from your browser’s settings. Some types of persistent cookies can be used to provide personalized recommendations based on your usage purposes.
With persistent cookies, when you revisit our website with the same device, the website checks if a cookie created by our website exists on your device. If so, it is understood that you have visited the site before, and the content to be presented to you is determined accordingly, offering you a better service.
3.3. Mandatory/Technical Cookies
Mandatory cookies are essential for the proper functioning of the visited internet site. The purpose of these cookies is to provide necessary services by ensuring the operation of the site. For example, they allow access to secure sections of the internet site, use of its features, and navigation.
3.4. Analytical Cookies
These cookies gather information about how the website is used, the frequency and number of visits, and show how visitors navigate to the site. The purpose of using these cookies is to improve the operation of the site, increase its performance, and determine general trend directions. They do not contain data that can identify visitors. For example, they show the number of error messages displayed or the most visited pages.
3.5. Functional Cookies
Functional cookies remember the choices made by visitors within the site and recall them during the next visit. The purpose of these cookies is to provide ease of use to visitors. For example, they prevent the need to re-enter the user’s password on each page visited by the site user.
3.6. Targeting/Advertising Cookies
They measure the effectiveness of advertisements shown to visitors and calculate how many times ads are displayed. The purpose of these cookies is to present personalized advertisements to visitors based on their interests.
Similarly, they determine the specific interests of visitors’ navigation and present appropriate content. For example, they prevent the same advertisement from being shown again to the visitor in a short period.
4. HOW TO MANAGE COOKIE PREFERENCES?
Many browsers offer options to accept or reject cookies, only accept certain types of cookies, or receive notifications from the browser when a website requests to store cookies on your device.
Also, it is possible to delete previously saved cookies from your browser.
If you disable or reject cookies, you may need to manually adjust some preferences, and certain features and services on the website may not work properly as we will not be able to recognize and associate with your account. You can change your browser settings by clicking on the relevant link from the table below.