Open Security Courses

The best courses for learning all about creating good security solutions are open. So cc-by licensed. Some courses are targeted on IT architects, some are developed for software developers or system administrators. Good training material for training end users on awareness is also available in open format (cc-by-sa). So instead of creating yet another training or course, why not making existing training resources better?

Malware Analysis

Developed and used by RPISEC to teach Malware Analysis. Free to use and to improve. See:

The Cyber Law Toolkit

The Cyber Law Toolkit is a dynamic interactive web-based resource for legal professionals who work with matters at the intersection of international law and cyber operations. The toolkit consists of hypothetical scenarios. Each scenario contains a description of cyber incidents inspired by real-world examples, accompanied by detailed legal analysis. Check:

OWASP Juice Shop

OWASP Juice Shop: Probably the most modern and sophisticated insecure web application. This application can be used in security trainings or awareness trainings. The Juice Shop encompasses vulnerabilities from the OWASP Top Ten along with many other security flaws as present in many real world applications… So hack the Shop on:

Digitally Aware

Basic Security Awareness Training. Slides are available in Dutch and in English on the github repository ( Basic slides in English are available on:

Security awareness base course

Nice awareness training. Created by the an Italian Govermental organisation. Note you need to install Hugo first in order to launch te course. See:

Open-Source Phishing Framework

Gophish is an open-source phishing toolkit designed for businesses and penetration testers. It provides the ability to quickly and easily setup and execute phishing engagements and security awareness training. Download the toolkit from: More info on:

Computer Networks: A Systems Approach

Great resource for learning all about network security. For starters and full professionals. Sources of this book are on Created by Larry Peterson and Bruce Davie. Read the latest version of this book on: