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Certified Ethical Hacking Professional

Price

35,999/-

Duration

45 Days

The ethical hacking course is designed to teach individuals the principles and techniques used by ethical hackers to identify and address security vulnerabilities in computer systems and networks. Participants will learn how to conduct penetration testing, assess risks, and implement security measures to protect against potential cyber threats. Through hands-on training, students will gain valuable skills to ethically hack and safeguard information, making them adept at ensuring the security and integrity of digital assets.

Benefits of learning this course

Ethical Hacking Certification courses are the entry level courses for cyber security domain. There are various benefits of ethical hacking skills, few are as below;


1. Improved Cybersecurity: Ethical hackers understand how to identify and address security vulnerabilities, enhancing overall cybersecurity measures for individuals and organizations.


2. Proactive Defense: Ethical hackers can anticipate potential threats and weaknesses, allowing them to implement preemptive measures to protect against cyber attacks.


3. Career Opportunities: With the growing demand for cybersecurity professionals, learning ethical hacking opens up various job opportunities in the cybersecurity field.


4. Enhanced Problem-Solving Skills: Ethical hacking involves critical thinking and problem-solving, honing these skills to tackle complex challenges effectively.


5. Ethical Approach: Ethical hackers follow a code of conduct, ensuring that their skills are used responsibly and legally to protect systems and networks.


6. Cybersecurity Awareness: Individuals who learn ethical hacking become more aware of common cyber threats and can apply that knowledge to protect their personal information and privacy.


7. Continuous Learning: The cybersecurity landscape is constantly evolving, so learning ethical hacking keeps individuals up-to-date with the latest security trends and technologies.


8. Contribution to Society: By using their skills to bolster cybersecurity, ethical hackers play a crucial role in safeguarding sensitive information and reducing cybercrime.


9. Self-Defense: Learning ethical hacking helps individuals protect themselves from cyber attacks, such as phishing attempts, malware, and data breaches, leading to a safer digital environment.

Why Learn from Us

1

Learning

  • Live Classroom training

  • Expert mentors

  • Advance course content

  • Free Reattempt

  • Free course upgrade

  • Regular assignments and practical lab session

  • Simulation based real world training practical labs

  • Free access to recorded sessions for 365 days

  • Lifetime access & support

  • Focused learing for every participant

  • and much more...

2

Skill Development

  • Industrial internship for every candidate

  • Dual Mentor from Studiys & Internship manger during internship

  • Real world exposure on assignments and projects

  • Best in industry Stipend for Onsite Assignments and Projects

  • Periodic review and assistance from mentor and company

  • Increased opportunity for placements

  • Internship Experience Certificate & Awards for achievement

  • and much more

3

Employment

  • Assured placement to eligible candidates with top recruiters

  • In house selection of candidates within company

  • 50% refund of fee in case of no placement within 180 days of completion of course

  • Lifetime access to placement assistance and growth guidance from our experts

  • Exposure to top vacancies across domestic and international companies

  • Assistance in interpersonal Skill development 

  • and much more

Learning is a critical process to achieve knowledge and put the milestone for strong and sustainable career ahead. With rapid development of technology and increased accessibility, it is no more sufficient to have good education, Industry is looking for Skills.

Skill development is not a sandbox activity, it requires combination of effective learning, adequate exposure to industry and timely evaluation of advancement.

We have developed our learning methodology to ensure you not only learn advance modules but also get right skills to get your dream placement, know how below.

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Course Content


1. Introduction to Ethical Hacking: An overview of ethical hacking, its principles, and the importance of cybersecurity.


2. Footprinting and Reconnaissance: Techniques to gather information about target systems and networks, including open-source intelligence (OSINT) and footprinting.


3. Scanning Networks: Methods to identify live hosts, open ports, and network services on a target system.


4. Enumeration: The process of extracting more detailed information about target systems, such as user accounts and network resources.


5. Vulnerability Analysis: Identifying and analyzing security weaknesses in systems and networks.


6. System Hacking: Gaining unauthorized access to a target system, understanding password cracking, and privilege escalation.


7. Malware Threats: Understanding different types of malware, their propagation, and countermeasures.


8. Sniffing: Techniques to intercept and analyze network traffic to capture sensitive data.


9. Social Engineering: Exploiting human behavior to gain unauthorized access to systems, including phishing and pretexting.


10. Denial of Service (DoS) Attacks: Understanding DoS and Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks, their impact, and mitigation techniques.


11. Session Hijacking: Techniques to gain unauthorized control of an ongoing session between a user and a system.


12. Web Application Security: Identifying and securing vulnerabilities in web applications, such as SQL injection and cross-site scripting (XSS).


13. Wireless Network Hacking: Techniques to exploit weaknesses in wireless networks and secure wireless communication.


14. Mobile Platform Hacking: Exploring security issues and countermeasures for mobile devices and applications.


15. Evading IDS, Firewalls, and Honeypots: Techniques to bypass intrusion detection systems, firewalls, and deception mechanisms.


16. Cloud Computing Security: Understanding security concerns in cloud environments and securing cloud-based systems.


17. Cryptography: Basics of encryption, decryption, and cryptographic techniques used to secure data.


18. Incident Handling and Response: Strategies and best practices to respond to security incidents and mitigate potential damage.


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