What's Protecting Your Corporate Information?
Hacking is conducted by an individual that illegally uses or accesses a computer or computer network. There are several common ways of "Hacking". Viruses and Worms are the most common security issues for US businesses today. 79% of US businesses reported that security training improved their ability to identify risks in their company network.
Hackers have changed targets; now they're attacking Firewalls and other security products that are supposed to protect PCs. Protect your corporate information. Get certified in Ethical Hacking and Countermeasures (312-50) NLC
The Certified Ethical Hacker certification enables the system administrator with critical information to identify, counter and stop or defend hackers from penetrating the corporate network. With this certification, you will begin to understand how a hacker thinks and what tactics they use to penetrate corporate networks. This allows system administrators to deploy proactive countermeasures and stay ahead of information security developments and exploited vulnerabilities.
Ethical Hacking delivers the core skill sets for every security professional seeking to test, prevent, and protect their corporate network. This CEH certification ensures that security professionals have the knowledge to identify and close exploits that make computer systems susceptible to attack and if compromised, how to track down the offender.
Certified Ethical Hacker Overview:
- Ethics and Legal Issues
- Footprinting Techniques
- System Hacking
- Trojans and Backdoors
- Denial of Service
- Social Engineering
- Session Hijacking
- CEH Hacking Web Servers
- Web Application Vulnerabilities
- Web Based Password Cracking
- SQL Injection
- Hacking Wireless Networks
- Virus and Worms
- Physical Security
- Hacking Linux
- IDS, Firewalls and Honeypots
- Buffer Overflows
- Penetration Testing Methodologies
Warring: The information contained in the Certified Ethical Hacker is to be used solely for lawful purposes. You will not use the information contained in this training for illegal or malicious attacks, and you will not use such tools in an attempt to compromise any computer system.