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CEH V12 Certification Targeted Audience
This course provides a great training platform for curious cybersecurity enthusiasts and can be followed by the following providers:
• Cyber Defense Analyst
• Vulnerability Assessment Analyst
• IT Security Administrator
• Security Professionals.
• Web Managers.
• Ethical Hackers.
• System & Network Admins.
Pre-Requisites of CEH Certification in Dubai
• It is essential to have a basic understanding of network essentials.
• Individuals interested in enrolling in this training program must possess adequate knowledge and comprehension of Network, TCP/IP, and OS.
• Fundamental understanding of server and network components is also necessary.
About The CEH v12 Examination
• Number of Questions: 125
• Test duration: 4 hours
• Test format: Multiple choice
• Test Delivery: ECC EXAM, VUE
• Exam prefix: 312-50 (ECC-EXAM), 312-50 (VUE)
• Successful results: You must achieve at least 70 percent to pass the test, which means you must get at least 88 correct answers out of a total of 125 questions.
CEH V12 Certification in Dubai
The Certified Ethical Hacking (CEH v12) certification course in Duabi is accredited by the EC Council and is one of the most popular certificates today.
CEH v12 Training in Dubai Advantages
The Ethical Hacker Training, certified by the EC Council (CEH v12), is a globally recognized and respected certificate in the industry. This opens up an attractive career path for people interested in cybersecurity and hacking techniques. Certified ethical hackers are in high demand in organizations because of their trained ability to think like hackers and prevent security breaches and malicious attacks.
Upon completion of this certification course, you will become a scientific ethics hacker in a position of responsibility in a reputable organization and earn a respectable salary
Certified Ethical Hacking Course Objectives
Upon completion of this course, learners will be able to:
• The course covers fundamental aspects of ethical hacking and the most important topics in information security.
• Candidates will learn advanced techniques to execute the ethical hacking process.
• The course covers the methodology of BGP and NFS, as well as countermeasures.
• Learners will be able to identify security vulnerabilities in networks.
• Various types of hacking approaches will be discussed.
• The course covers packet-sniffing methods, as well as various malware types.
• Learners will learn about social engineering methodologies.
• DoS and DDoS approaches to attack will be covered.
• The course covers session management, authentication, and other associated approaches.
• Honeypot evasion techniques, firewall, and intrusion detection systems will be discussed.
• Learners will learn about web server attacks and counterattacking methods.
• SQL injection attack methodologies will be covered.
• The course covers Wi-Fi security tools, wireless hacking methods, and tools.
• Learners will gain an in-depth understanding of cloud computing methods.
- 5 days Instructor-led Online Training
- Experienced Subject Matter Experts
- Approved and Quality Ensured training Material
- 24*7 leaner assistance and support
Customized to your team's need
- Blended Learning Delivery Model (Self-Paced E-Learning And/Or Instructor-Led Options)
- Course, Category, And All-Access Pricing
- Enterprise-Class Learning Management System (LMS)
- Enhanced Reporting For Individuals And Teams
- 24x7 Teaching Assistance And Support
- Information Security Overview
- Hacking Methodologies and Frameworks
- Hacking Concepts
- Ethical Hacking Concepts
- Information Security Controls
- Information Security Laws and Standards
- Footprinting Concepts
- Footprinting through Search Engines
- Footprinting through Web Services
- Footprinting through Social Networking Sites
- Website Footprinting
- Email Footprinting
- Whois Footprinting
- DNS Footprinting
- Network Footprinting
- Footprinting through Social Engineering
- Footprinting Tools
- Footprinting Countermeasures
- Network Scanning Concepts
- Scanning Tools
- Host Discovery
- Port and Service Discovery
- OS Discovery (Banner Grabbing/OS Fingerprinting)
- Scanning Beyond IDS and Firewall
- Network Scanning Countermeasures
- Enumeration Concepts
- NetBIOS Enumeration
- SNMP Enumeration
- LDAP Enumeration
- NTP and NFS Enumeration
- SMTP and DNS Enumeration
- Other Enumeration Techniques
- Enumeration Countermeasures
- Vulnerability Assessment Concepts
- Vulnerability Classification and Assessment Types
- Vulnerability Assessment Tools
- Vulnerability Assessment Reports
- Gaining Access
- Escalating Privileges
- Maintaining Access
- Clearing Logs
- Malware Concepts
- APT Concepts
- Trojan Concepts
- o Worm Makers
- Fileless Malware Concepts
- Malware Analysis
- Malware Countermeasures
- Anti-Malware Software
- Sniffing Concepts
- Sniffing Technique: MAC Attacks
- Sniffing Technique: DHCP Attacks
- Sniffing Technique: ARP Poisoning
- Sniffing Technique: Spoofing Attacks
- Sniffing Technique: DNS Poisoning
- Sniffing Tools
- Social Engineering Concepts
- Social Engineering Techniques
- Insider Threats
- Impersonation on Social Networking Sites
- Identity Theft
- Social Engineering Countermeasures
- DoS/DDoS Concepts
- DoS/DDoS Attack Techniques
- DDoS Case Study
- DoS/DDoS Attack Countermeasures
- Session Hijacking Concepts
- Application-Level Session Hijacking
- Network-Level Session Hijacking
- Session Hijacking Tools
- Session Hijacking Countermeasures
- IDS, IPS, Firewall, and Honeypot Concepts
- IDS, IPS, Firewall, and Honeypot Solutions
- Evading IDS
- Evading Firewalls
- Evading NAC and Endpoint Security
- IDS/Firewall Evading Tools
- Detecting Honeypots
- IDS/Firewall Evasion Countermeasures
- Web Server Concepts
- Web Server Attacks
- Web Server Attack Methodology
- Web Server Attack Countermeasures
- Web Application Concepts
- Web Application Threats
- Web Application Hacking Methodology
- Web API, Webhooks, and Web Shell
- Web Application Security
- SQL Injection Concepts
- Types of SQL Injection
- SQL Injection Methodology
- SQL Injection Tools
- SQL Injection Countermeasures
- Wireless Concepts
- Wireless Encryption
- Wireless Threats
- Wireless Hacking Methodology
- Wireless Hacking Tools
- Bluetooth Hacking
- Wireless Attack Countermeasures
- Wireless Security Tools
- Mobile Platform Attack Vectors
- Hacking Android OS
- Hacking iOS
- Mobile Device Management
- Mobile Security Guidelines and Tools
- IoT Hacking
- IoT Concepts
- IoT Attacks
- IoT Hacking Methodology
- OT Hacking
- OT Concepts
- OT Attacks
- OT Hacking Methodology
- Cloud Computing Concepts
- Container Technology
- Manipulating CloudTrial Service
- Cloud Security
- Cryptography Concepts
- Encryption Algorithms
- Cryptography Tools
- Email Encryption
- Disk Encryption
- Cryptography Attack Countermeasures
CEH stands for Certified Ethical Hacker. This course allows candidates to assume the role of a malicious hacker, but in an ethical manner to prevent attacks on the security of information security systems.
The Certified Ethical Hacker Training Course is the most valuable certificate in its field. This can be a great opportunity for IT professionals to get those white hat certificates and succeed as ethical hackers.
This is a 5-day course that includes 40 hours of training.
You can certify yourself an ethical hacker by taking EC-Council CEH training and passing CEH official exam, which consists of 125 multiple-choice questions.
The course will be delivered through online instructor-led training.
The CEH credential has a validity of three years. You must pass the final CEH exam for recertification or earn 120 credits to automatically renew your certificate.
In addition to training, we provide accredited training software, exam preparation materials, including field tests, and post-training support to our candidates.
The CEHv12 training incorporates a 4-phase approach to learning, certification, engagement, and competition. It offers an immersive and comprehensive learning experience in ethical hacking.
Yes, the Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) credential is highly respected and in demand worldwide. It is a reliable certification for ethical hacking and is widely recognized by employers.
The program offers an in-depth introduction to ethical hacking, explores various threat vectors, and provides new insights into areas like IoT, mobile hacking, and the cloud. Learners also gain practical skills in fighting malware, trojans, backdoors, and phone hacking.
Yes, Vinsys is an EC-Council Learning Partner, authorized to provide training for the CEHv12 program.
Yes, Vinsys provides comprehensive support to learners through their team of experts.