Malware Information Sharing Platform (MISP) Course Overview

Malware Information Sharing Platform (MISP) Course Overview

The MISP Training course is designed to provide a comprehensive understanding of the Malware Information Sharing Platform (MISP), an open-source software tool used for collecting, storing, distributing, and sharing cybersecurity indicators and threats. This course is essential for security professionals looking to enhance their threat intelligence capabilities.

Starting with an Introduction to MISP, learners are familiarized with the platform's purpose and capabilities. The course progresses through various modules that cover everything from setting up an instance (Get Your Instance) to managing users (User Management and Global Actions) and sharing threat information (Synchronisation/Sharing). Participants will learn how to utilize the system effectively, manage feeds, and automate processes using the MISP API.

By the end of the MISP Training, learners will be equipped with the skills to contribute to and benefit from collective cybersecurity knowledge, improving their organization's ability to respond to threats. The course's structured approach ensures a solid foundation in MISP, enabling security teams to better defend their networks.

This is a Rare Course and it can be take up to 3 weeks to arrange the training.

Purchase This Course

Fee On Request

  • Live Online Training (Duration : 40 Hours)
  • Per Participant
  • Guaranteed-to-Run (GTR)
  • date-img
  • date-img

♱ Excluding VAT/GST

Classroom Training price is on request

You can request classroom training in any city on any date by Requesting More Information

  • Live Online Training (Duration : 40 Hours)
  • Per Participant

♱ Excluding VAT/GST

Classroom Training price is on request

You can request classroom training in any city on any date by Requesting More Information

Request More Information

Email:  WhatsApp:

Koenig's Unique Offerings


1-on-1 Training

Schedule personalized sessions based upon your availability.


Customized Training

Tailor your learning experience. Dive deeper in topics of greater interest to you.


4-Hour Sessions

Optimize learning with Koenig's 4-hour sessions, balancing knowledge retention and time constraints.


Free Demo Class

Join our training with confidence. Attend a free demo class to experience our expert trainers and get all your queries answered.

Course Prerequisites

To ensure that participants can effectively engage with the Malware Information Sharing Platform (MISP) course and gain the maximum benefit from the training, the following are the minimum required prerequisites:

  • Basic understanding of information security concepts: Familiarity with terms such as malware, phishing, threat intelligence, etc.
  • Familiarity with cybersecurity operations: Some experience or knowledge of incident response, security operations, or threat analysis is beneficial.
  • Working knowledge of computer networks: A grasp of how networks operate, including knowledge of protocols and network architecture.
  • Basic computer literacy: Comfort with operating computers, navigating the internet, and managing files and directories.
  • Experience with using web applications: Ability to use and navigate modern web applications.
  • Fundamental knowledge of operating systems: Understanding of basic OS operations, particularly Linux or UNIX-like systems, as MISP typically runs on these platforms.
  • Introductory level of programming/scripting: Some experience with scripting or programming (especially Python) is advantageous for modules involving automation and API usage.
  • English proficiency: Proficiency in reading and understanding technical English to follow course material and instructions.

It's important to note that while these prerequisites will help in understanding the course content more effectively, individuals with a strong willingness to learn and a commitment to engage with the course materials may also succeed in the MISP course.

Target Audience for Malware Information Sharing Platform (MISP)

  1. The MISP course covers threat sharing, event management, and API integration, tailoring to cybersecurity and IT professionals.

  • Information Security Analysts
  • Cybersecurity Specialists
  • Threat Intelligence Analysts
  • Incident Response Team Members
  • SOC (Security Operations Center) Personnel
  • IT Security Managers
  • Network Security Professionals
  • System Administrators with a focus on security
  • Security Architects
  • Compliance Officers dealing with cybersecurity
  • Law Enforcement Personnel involved in cybercrime investigations
  • Cybersecurity Consultants
  • Risk Assessment Professionals

Learning Objectives - What you will Learn in this Malware Information Sharing Platform (MISP)?

Introduction to Learning Outcomes and Concepts

The MISP course equips participants with the expertise to deploy, manage, and leverage the MISP platform for enhanced threat intelligence sharing and response.

Learning Objectives and Outcomes

  • Understand the Basics of MISP: Gain a foundational understanding of what MISP is and how it can be used for threat intelligence.
  • Deploy MISP: Learn how to set up your own MISP instance for organizational use.
  • Navigate the MISP Interface: Become proficient in the general layout and user interface of the platform.
  • Manage Users and Data: Master user management, event creation, and data handling within MISP.
  • Implement Information Sharing: Understand how to share threat intelligence using MISP's event delegation and synchronization features.
  • Automate Threat Intelligence: Learn how to automate threat intelligence processing using the MISP API.
  • Utilize PyMISP: Acquire skills to use PyMISP, the Python library, to interact with MISP programmatically.
  • Classify Threats with Taxonomies and Galaxies: Learn how to categorize and contextualize threats using MISP taxonomies and galaxies.
  • Incorporate Real-time Sightings: Understand how to use sightings to provide real-time updates on threat observations.
  • Leverage ZeroMQ: Discover how to set up and use ZeroMQ for real-time feed updates within MISP.