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.Course Overview
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.
Ensar SEKER – VP of Research, Advisory CISO
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.Ensar Seker
VP of Research, Advisory CISO