Certified Ethical Hacker
Prerequisite: Candidates must have at least two years of documented IT security experience to sit for the EC Council certification exam.
In a world where technology is always advancing and evolving, one challenge faced by every organization, from multinational corporations to local businesses to NFP/government agencies, is keeping their information and network secure from the opportunistic modern-day hacker who has kept pace with every advancement in the field.
One particularly successful tactic in preventing attacks requires simulating the attack episode, which involves mimicking the behavioral and intellectual processes employed by the modern hacker. There is strong demand for IT professionals capable of performing, documenting and reporting the procedure.
The first step to entering this dynamic and engaging career is training for and receiving your Certified Ethical Hacker certification. The Certified Ethical Hacker certification is offered by the EC Council, and this training course allows students the opportunity to review the processes and tools hackers use to exploit systems. In addition, students will learn how to deploy effective countermeasures to prevent malicious attacks, as well as deploy the necessary configuration and change management. Only after completion of this training can students sit for the Certified Ethical Hacker certification exam, which is proctored by an authorized Prometric or Vue testing center. Exam materials such as books, labs, practice tests and a voucher are included as part of the cost for the course.
COSY-506 (72 Hours)
Fee: $1,895 (Tuition $1,495; Materials $400)
- Section MW01-Mays Landing Campus, Building T
Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays beginning Sept. 16 (Ending Oct. 25)