IT TRAINING COURSES - ETHICAL HACKING
ETHICAL HACKING CERTIFICATION
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ASG offers online IT training courses and classroom training to suite every student. Our Ethical Hacking Training courses will give you the knowledge to implement a multi-layered security.
This is the ideal IT training to advance your IT career as an IT Security Professional. It combines all the basics needed to understand the requirements of Ethical Hacking, Information Security Analysis and Management as well as IT Security Consulting.
Successful candidates will have the knowledge required to:
The Ethical Hacker certification measures the ability to perform activities commonly performed by IT security professionals, for example, network and systems administrators and IT security specialists. These professionals are normally responsible for implementing and maintaining security protocols and best practices. By obtaining the Ethical Hacker Certification, you should be able to implement layered security through group policy objects, access control lists, wireless and wired local area network security measures, and workstation and mobile device security measures.
MINIMUM EDUCATION REQUIREMENT:
MCSA, Linux as well as Network Switching and Routing
Two years of working experience in an information security-related role.
Ethical Hacker exams result from subject matter expert workshops and industry-wide survey results about the skills and knowledge required by an advanced-level IT professional.
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Exam Details: Beta
|Question Count||Up to 14 questions|
|Task Count||Up to 50 tasks|
|Length of test||120 minutes|
|Passing score||Emailed to beta participants after beta exam ends.|
|Score Range||0 – 100%|
The Ethical Hacker Pro certification exam measures the ability to complete tasks related to the following topics:
- Legal Aspects of Ethical Hacking
- Social Engineering and Physical Security
- Analyzing Vulnerabilities
- System Hacking
- Sniffers, Denial of Service, and Session Hijacking
- IDS, Firewalls, and Honeypots
- Hacking Webservers, SQL Injections, and Web Applications
- Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and Mobile Devices
- Cloud Computing and Internet of Things (IoT)