Ethical Hacking and Countermeasures

CEH v10 (Certified Ethical Hacker) training will immerse students into a hands-on environment where they will be shown how to conduct ethical hacking. They will be exposed to an entirely different way of achieving optimal information security posture in their organization; by hacking it! They will scan, test, hack and secure their own systems. The lab-intensive environment gives each student in-depth knowledge and practical experience with the current essential security systems.

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    3 days, Sat 8:00 AM - Mon 6:00 PM
    • $3,500.00 excl. Tax
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    The Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) program is the core of the most desired information security training system any information security professional will ever want to be in. The CEH is the first part of a 3 part EC-Council Information Security Track which helps you master hacking technologies. You will become a hacker, but an ethical one! Security mindset in any organization must not be  limited to the silos of a certain vendor, technologies or pieces of equipment. This course was designed to provide you with the tools and techniques used by hackers and information security professionals alike to break into an organization. As we put it, “To beat a hacker, you need to think like a hacker”. This course will immerse you into the Hacker Mindset so that you will be able to defend against future attacks. It puts you in the driver’s seat of a hands-on environment with a systematic ethical hacking process.

    Here, you will be exposed to an entirely different way of achieving optimal information security posture in their organization; by hacking it! You will scan, test, hack and secure your own systems. You will learn the Five Phases of Ethical Hacking and instructed how you can approach your target and succeed at breaking in every time! The Five Phases include Reconnaissance, Gaining Access, Enumeration, Maintaining Access, and Covering Your Tracks.

    The tools and techniques in each of these five phases are provided in detail in an encyclopedic approach to help you identify when an attack has been used against your own targets. Why then is this training called the Certified Ethical Hacker Course? This is because by using the same techniques as the bad guys, you can assess the security posture of an organization with the same approach these malicious hackers use, identify weaknesses and fix the problems before they are identified by the enemy, causing what could potentially be catastrophic damage to your respective organization. Throughout this course, you will be immersed in a hacker's mindset, evaluating not just logical, but physical security.   

    DoD Directive 8570.1-M and 8140

    CEH v10 meets Government and DoD agencies compliance with Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA) and DoD Directive 8570.1-M and 8140. The CEH v10 Certification can only be taken by students who have completed the EC-Council-authorized training. The United States of America Department of Defense issued Directive 8570 in 2004 and updated to 8140 in 2015 to mandate baseline certifications for all Information Assurance “IA” positions. In February of 2010, this directive was enhanced to include the Certified Ethical Hacker across its Computer Network Defense Categories “CND”.


    Is it for me?

    Who Would Benefit

    • Security Officers 
    • Auditors 
    • Network Administrators  
    • Firewall Administrators   
    • Security Professionals
    • Anyone who is concerned about the integrity of the network infrastructure 

    Course Plan

    • 20 Modules
    • 140 Labs
    • 270 Slides Attack Technologies
    • 2200 Hacking Tools
    • Over 2200 graphically rich slides

    What you will learn

    • Introduction to Ethical Hacking
    • Footprinting and Reconnaissance
    • Scanning Networks
    • Enumeration
    • System Hacking
    • Malware Threats
    • Sniffing
    • Social Engineering
    • Denial of Service
    • Session Hijacking
    • Evading IDS, Firewalls, and Honeypots
    • Hacking Web Servers
    • Hacking Web Applications
    • SQL Injection
    • Hacking Wireless Networks
    • Hacking Mobile Platforms
    • IoT Hacking
    • Cloud Computing
    • Cryptography