Put on your white hat and get paid to legally break into computers::
Can hacking be ethical? Absolutely. Ethical hacking (or penetration testing) is when tech-savvy folks put their IT security knowledge to good use by testing an organization’s network defenses. They hunt for vulnerabilities, scan for holes, and report their findings before hackers with malicious intent—known as black hats—can take advantage.
This course uses simulations, video lessons, and demonstrations to guide you through various penetration testing tools so you can wear your white hat with pride.
Here’s what you’ll need before you sign up: Two years’ experience in an information security related role; a CEH certification of version 1 to 7, or a minimum of 2 years work experience in InfoSec domain (You will need to pay USD100 as a non-refundable application fee); or have attended an official EC-Council training (all candidates are required to pay the $100 application fee, however your training fee shall include this fee). CompTIA Security+ certification is highly recommended before taking this course.
You’ll get the lowdown on what exactly makes ethical hacking … well, ethical.
If you’ve seen enough movies, you know hackers have a cool way of communicating—and now you’ll finally understand what the “Person in the Chair” is actually saying as their fingers fly across the keyboard.
We’ll teach you how to get results through effective recon and testing methods.
Trusted training that's tried-and-true. And easy on the pocketbook.