Certified Lead Ethical Hacker

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Certified Lead Ethical Hacker

Introduction

Ethical hacking has been adopted by well-known organisations as part of their security strategies, increasing the demand for Ethical Hackers across various industries. As an Ethical Hacker, you will demonstrate that you have the necessary expertise to assist organisations in detecting vulnerabilities before a Black Hat Hacker does.

Benefits

  • The Certified Lead Ethical Hacker training course enables participants to gain the skills necessary to conduct information system penetration tests by using acknowledged principles, methods and penetration testing techniques to discover potential vulnerabilities on a computer network
  • Participants will gain the knowledge and skills to manage a penetration testing project or team, as well as plan and execute internal and external pentests using industry standards such as the Penetration Testing Execution Standard (PTES) and the Open Source Security Testing Methodology Manual (OSSTMM)
  • You will understand penetration testing techniques and develop the abilities needed to lead a pentest team, as well as customer communication and conflict resolution, through practical exercises
  • The training course is also aligned with the NICE Protect and Defend framework (National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education)
  • After accomplishing the vital knowledge and skills in ethical hacking, you can take the exam and apply for the “PECB Certified Lead Ethical Hacker” credential

 

Who this course applies to

  • Individuals interested in IT Security, particularly Ethical Hacking, either to learn more about the topic or begin a professional reorientation process.
  • Information security officers and professionals looking to enhance their ethical hacking and penetration testing techniques
  • Managers and consultants interested in learning how to manage the penetration testing process
  • Auditors seeking to execute and conduct professional penetration tests
  • Individuals within an organisation responsible for maintaining the security of information systems
  • Technical experts interested in learning how to conduct a pentest
  • Members of the Information Security and Cybersecurity professionals team

 

Learning Objectives

  • Understand the fundamentals of ethical hacking as well as the technical expertise required to conduct and manage penetration tests;
  • Discover how to execute a penetration test in a logical manner by employing a number of tools and approaches.
  • Develop the ability to interpret the outcomes of testing activities and produce effective reports that will assist companies in addressing vulnerabilities efficiently;
  • Know how to define and explain the various stages of a cyberattack;
  • Become familiar with various tools used to gather information before performing any attack;
  • Learn about the various types of attacks that might compromise a company’s network security;
  • Learn how to conduct a penetration test (ethical hacking) and its associated tools by gathering information, scanning, enumeration, and attack processes;
  • Learn about the most important aspects of Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks and the tools used to carry them out;

 

Structure of Training

  • This training consists of both theoretical and practical exercises. The theoretical and practical components of the training have a percentage ratio of 40% and 60%, respectively. Practical exercises are combined with tutorials to assist candidates in acquiring the necessary skills
  • The laboratory setting is intense, supplying each candidate with in-depth information and practical experience with current security systems
  • This course takes a ‘Learning by Doing’ method, allowing learners to participate in scenarios and decision-making that they would encounter in their professional lives
  • Practice exams are similar to the Certification Exam

Additional Information

For more information and pricing please reach out to us here at Cryptv through our contacts page.

Date

Jun 14 - 16 2022
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