Intel’s CPU are serving as the main power of computers for over 30 years. Understanding of the ‘low level’ principles will enable you to understand not only the architecture of such CPUs as well as other hardware. In addition such principles are also crucial for mastering the realm of Reverse Engineering, as well as programming, compilers designing and the understanding of operating systems and their vulnerabilities.
In this program, you will: (1) learn the basic principles of Assembly code; (2) understand the hardware in which assembly code uses, and finally, (3) learn about common commands, which resemble assembly code.
At the end of the program students will hold a thorough understanding in Assembly code reading and will obtain essential skills for more advanced professions such as Reverse Engineering and Malware Analysis.
See Security College is a highly specialized and international cyber-security college. Our college is one of seven colleges of its kind in the world and deals with cyber-security exclusively, by using education methodologies
which were designed for state and formal agencies.
The college delivers its study programs worldwide, through the See Security
International brand as well as through wellknown cyber-security agencies dealing with cyber-defence exportation.
See-Security Technologies CEO, Mr. Avi Weissman is one of the leaders in the Israeli Cyber industry, and serves as an advisor and commentator to the Israeli government on the regulation of cyber professions standards.
In addition, Mr. Weissman is the founder of the Israeli Forum for Information Security (IFIS) together with Maj. Gen. (Res.) and former head of National Security Council, Yaakov Amidror. He is also a co-CEO of cyber human resources company, See-HR, cyber security consulting company, See Consulting Cyber and in the international cyber security college, See Security International.
The program is targeted at individuals who want to ultimately become Reverse Engineers or to develop skills in Malware Analysis.
Attendance in at least 80% of lectures.
At the end of every module, there will be an examination and/or an assignment. Students must obtain an average of at least 70%. There
is a possibility to take a make-up exam.
In technical modules –”hands-on” practice in
class and at home (using computer labs).
The course will be held twice a week, in the evenings. There will be 280 hours of in-class lectures (8 months), and 320 homework assignments. Lectures are held at See-Security College in Ramat-Gan. The program opens about three times a year
Students who will meet the pedagogic requirements of the program will be awarded by See-Security College.
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