This course will significantly benefit security officers, auditors, security,professionals, site administrators and anyone who is concerned about the integrity of the network infrastructure.
Engineering College Students.
Working Professionals planning to climb up to next level.
Engineering Graduates starting their career.
Needs to know basic computer operation.
Needs to know basic networking concepts.
Information Security Consultant.
Information Security Investigator.
Information Security Technical Support.
Information Security Analyst.
Ethical Hacking Expert.
Ethical Hacking Tools Expert.
There is a growing demand for Ethical Hackers – computer and networking experts who systematically probe networks, applications and other computer systems on behalf of employers for the purpose of finding security vulnerabilities that a malicious hacker could potentially exploit. The ultimate goal is to prevent data theft and fraud.
Whereas once cyber-attacks were considered weak in nature compared to other physical crimes, they are now viewed as potential weapons of business destruction. Cyber space has become the preferred environment for criminals to wage industrial espionage and it is estimated that global losses from cyber-attacks reached $400 billion (£260 billion) last year and 400,000 cyber threats on the British government had to be blocked. Likewise, the ethical hacker – or less colorfully, penetration tester – previously regarded as a furtive, nerdy character, is enjoying a makeover. For a start, Terry Cutler, CTO at Digital Locksmiths, considers an Ethical Hacker “the coolest name on the planet”; alongside this, the job is fascinating and, perhaps most importantly, the demand for Ethical Hackers is “insatiable”.
The recent Cyber Security Strategy paper from PWC suggests that 90 per cent of large organizations had a security breach in the past year, with 69 per cent of large organizations and 38 per cent of small organizations being attacked by an unauthorized outsider. Hence, companies are on the hunt for Ethical Hackers to fortify their networks and block incoming hacking cyber-attacks by systematically exploring the network for technological flaws.
Certified Ethical Hacking v9 (CEH v9)
Module 00: Student Introduction
Module 01: Introduction to Ethical Hacking
Module 02: Footprinting and Reconnaissance
Module 03: Scanning Networks
Module 04: Enumeration
Module 05: System Hacking
Module 06: Malware Threats
Module 07: Sniffing
Module 08: Social Engineering
Module 09: Denial of Service
Module 10: Session Hijacking
Module 11: Hacking Webservers
Module 12: Hacking Web Applications
Module 13: SQL Injection
Module 14: Hacking Wireless Networks
Module 15: Hacking Mobile Platforms
Module 16: Evading IDS, Firewalls, and Honeypots
Module 17: Cloud Computing
Module 18: Cryptography
Information Security Basics
Desktop and server security
Ethical Hacking Attacks
Cyber Laws and IT Acts
Forensics and Investigations
ARUN S - Consultant - Trainer
He is currently asscoiated with CPRO IT SERVICES PVT LTD as Technical Consultant
He is a consultant and Training Solution architect.
Over all 16 years of experience in various IT fields.
As a Corporate trainer, he has conducted different Corporate Training Programs.
Expert level knowledge in the following
Cyber Crime Investigations
Network & System Security
CEH (Certified Ethical Hacker) Certification Process
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