Certified Ethical Hacker Courses
In order to catch cybercriminals, you must see computer systems and networks through their eyes. Criminals gain unauthorized access through weaknesses and vulnerabilities. The Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) credential is designed to demonstrate the holder has certain skills necessary to protect and defend data, as well as respond to internal and external threats. If you are new to the IT industry, this certification will help you secure employment.
Certification means that individuals:
- Meet industry standards for professionals involved in ethical hacking activities,
- Agree to practice authorized, legal hacking techniques as a means to deter criminal success and protect data assets, and
- Follow self-regulating policies established by information security specialists and industry experts.
This fast-track computer training course covers the domain and major objectives for the CEH certification exam.
Workshop participants learn the five phases of ethical hacking and ways to approach a target and compromise the system. These five phases include:
- Gaining Access
- Maintaining Access
- Covering One’s Tracks
The performance-based lab allows attendees to simulate real-world hardware, software, and command-line interface environments.
Participants will master relevant topics, including:
- Stealthy access and egress,
- Testing and penetration methods,
- Passive data traffic monitoring and identification,
- Trojan access,
- Wireless vulnerabilities,
- Running shellcode (disk versus RAM),
- Exploiting remote root weaknesses,
- Spoofing methodologies,
- Privilege hacking techniques,
- Anti-forensic activities
- Removing evidence,
- Hacking cloud-based applications,
- Hiding triggers in image files,
- Defensive techniques,
- Exploiting software and OS vulnerabilities,
- Recovering SSL encrypted activities,
- User impersonation strategies,
- Malicious log modification,
- And, more.
This fast-track, hybrid IT class requires attending evening classes on either the Dallas or Arlington CCI Training campus twice a week for three weeks.