With the increased reliance on interconnected cloud technologies, there is a rising demand for an equally tiered cybersecurity framework. At Rocheston, the belief in instilling unconventional thinking and establishing an intuitive understanding of reasoning in oneself is highly valued. As a result, the Rocheston Cybersecurity Certification Engineer (RCCE) exam and programmes are designed intricately to encourage innovation, create brilliance, and uphold industry standards. By its very nature, this allows Rocheston to continue striving for newer challenges and adapting to the current meta by cultivating a special breed of thinkers in present.
But firstly, the value of a cybersecurity engineer in an organisation speaks volumes in itself, whereby they’ll most often be found serving as the team's foundation and go-to person for security procedures and protocols. Their roles include pinpointing vulnerabilities and threats in systems and software before the development and implementation of high-tech solutions, to innately defend against the dangers of malware, ransomware, hacking, insider threats and generally all types of cybercrime-related issues.
This is precisely why such a vital role is hard to fulfil, with a multitude of companies rejecting candidates with only certifications on paper, no industry experience and amateurish security skills. Going through the RCCE however, will equip oneself with the necessary skills and job requirements, that not only typically commands an annual salary of $117,510, but also allow for an extensive range of choices in job roles such as Cyberforensic Investigator, Cybersecurity Analyst, Engineer, Architect, Software Developer, Administrator Penetration Tester, Vulnerability Assessor, Compliance Officer Cryptographer, Intrusion Detection Specialist, Computer Security Incident Responder, Cyberthreat Intelligence Analyst, Cybercrime Investigator, Network & Application Security Engineer and so much more.
The RCCE programme prides itself on being the most advanced hacking course in the world, having its framework focally training based on methodologies that are mapped in accordance with the Remote Call Framework (RCF) structure while making use of 100% practical labs, and additionally delineated to the Workforce Framework for Cybersecurity (NICE Framework) Job Roles. Traversing through the RCCE programmes will also include and explore modern web application frameworks like Google Cloud, Microsoft Azure, Rails, Ember, Express.JS, Backbone.JS, Vue.JS, Spring, React, Angular.JS, AWS, Python Django and Laravel.
A quick overview of the RCCE Certification Roadmap requires candidates to possess either CompTIA Network+ or CCNA as prerequisites to join the RCCE programme, which then leads to Level 1 (Cybersecurity Engineer). After certifying the foundation, an advanced course of RCCE/RCPT Level 2 Penetration Testing commences, which then amicably leads to coursing through Level 3 (RCCI Cybercrime Investigator) and eventually ending up on an expert tier course of Level 4 (Cybersecurity Compliance Officer (CCO)).
Diving deeper into the practices, RCCE exercises require the use of Rocheston Rosé, a simplistic cloud OS designed by Jason Springfield containing thousands of hacking tools, frameworks, applications, databases, exploits, scripts and more. Rocheston Rosé also possesses tons of additional Virtualbox images, which can be extracted to the host PC and imported into one’s external Virtualbox environments. Experiencing a beautiful desktop OS designed by Rocheston, it’s often practically used as attack victim boxes.
Another vital component of the RCCE programme is the use of Rocheston CyberLabs, a fully packaged Linux OS which contains more than 50 individualised cybersecurity lab exercises. Labtainers, a Docker-based cyber lab framework, provide governed and reliable operational environments in which students complete labs wholly on their computers. Some of its main components include exploring over 200 vulnerable services from the DARPA Cyber Grand Challenge, simple routing examples with two LANs and an internet connection via NAT, application of ARP spoofing for man-in-the-middle attacks, system log basic usage and configuration on a CentOS system and etc.
On that note, Rocheston and the RCCE programme aim to be the recognised global leader in business accreditation standards by assisting businesses in succeeding in rapidly evolving technology markets. The training and certification programmes provided will teach professionals how to be exceptional while also building profitable, innovative businesses.