Certified Ethical Hacking - wistv.com - Columbia, South Carolina

Certified Ethical Hacking

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CERTIFIED ETHICAL HACKING

With State and Federal IT security mandates being issued almost daily, it is imperative that compliance to these initiatives be of the utmost importance. You would truly be shocked like never before if you knew just how easy it is for individuals to read your internal email, steal credit card / social security numbers, payroll and other confidential data, implant software that will transmit your organization's secrets to the open Internet, etc., all without you even knowing it!

In an effort to provide our clients with state-of-the-art security training, we are extremely proud to announce that we are delivering Certified Ethical Hacking, conducted by the region's leading security consultant. The reviews of this course have been exemplary, and we are very pleased at having recent representation from The SC Research Authority, The Regional Medical Center, SC Dept. of Revenue, SC Retirement Commission, Berkeley County, and the SC Baptist Convention, to name a few.

This intensive course covers about 400 hacker tools, 300 security tools and approximately 2500 pages of course material 120 classroom hours over 8.5 to 10 days (depending upon course track chosen).

The classroom includes EXTENSIVE hands-on experience and instructor hand-outs in addition to standard course materials.

The course can be customized to meet the specialized security needs of any industry (additional cost).

Many training facilities teach CEH as a 32-40 hour lecture course w/o labs! Students will spend over 60 hours in the lab learning and using the security and hacking tools in a classroom environment that includes both wire and wireless networks.

Students will test the security of:

  • Solaris 9 and 10
  • Linux (RedHat Fedora Core 1, 2, and 3)
  • Windows 2000 and 2003 Servers (including: IIS, SQLServer, Exchange, and other services)
  • Windows XP, 2000, and 98 Workstations
  • Novell Netware
  • Open BSD Unix
  • Cisco IOS
  • Checkpoint FW-1
  • Wireless network gateways

Students will use as their desktop workstations:

  • Windows XP
  • Linux (RedHat Fedora Core 3)
  • Solaris 9
  • Knoppix
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