Ethical hacking or penetration testing refers to the exploitation of an IT system with the permission of its owner in order to determine its vulnerabilities. It results in recommendations for preventive and corrective countermeasures to mitigate the risk of cyber attacks.
Now you can gain the skills and knowledge to look for weaknesses and vulnerabilities in target systems, and to use the same knowledge and tools as malicious hackers by becoming a Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH).
Delivered by an approved EC-Council trainer and experienced penetration tester, this five-day classroom training course features:
- Practical hands-on training, which introduces the five essential testing phases: reconnaissance, gaining access, enumeration, maintaining access and avoiding detection.
- Complete coverage of the CEH syllabus, which covers more than 270 commonly used attack technologies and software tools, and demonstrates how they can be used in real-life scenarios.
- Access to EC-Council iLabs, which allows students to practise their skills in a safe and fully functional network at any time. This consists of a host of virtual machines configured with vulnerabilities, exploits, tools and scripts.
- Unique post-course support with online access to EC-Council iLabs for a period of six months.
This fully accredited, practitioner-led training course equips you with the skills needed to plan and perform ethical hacking and is globally recognised as the vendor-neutral qualification of choice for developing a senior career in penetration testing and digital forensics.
Special offer: book your place for 18–22 September 2017 and save 30%.