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A Certified Professional Ethical Hacker (C)PEH) course's target audience usually consists of professionals and individuals interested in or currently employed in cybersecurity, namely in ethical hacking and penetration testing roles. A diverse spectrum of learners is intended for this course, including:
• Prospective Ethical Hackers
• Experts in Information Security
• Enthusiasts for cybersecurity
• IT Specialists
• Penetration Testers
• System and Network Administrators
• Law Enforcement and Incident Response Teams
• Decision-makers and Security Managers
• Regulatory and Compliance Experts
• Experienced IT Experts
Although they are not obliged, learners participating in the Certified Professional Ethical Hacker (C)PEH) course will be at a competitive disadvantage if they are proficient with the following:
• Basic knowledge of networking concepts
• Familiarity with operating systems (Windows, Linux, etc.)
• Understanding of TCP/IP protocols
• Experience with scripting languages (Python, Perl, etc.)
• Knowledge of web technologies (HTML, HTTP, etc.)
• Understanding of database systems (SQL, MySQL, etc.)
• Familiarity with virtualization technologies (VMware, VirtualBox, etc.)
• Basic knowledge of cybersecurity concepts and principles
Upon completion of the course, the professionals will be competent in the following areas:
• Expertise in ethical hacking methods.
• Recognizing risk and implementing mitigation strategies, system security, and assessment to secure infrastructure and essential data.
• Grasp over adherence to the ethical code.
• Familiarity with organized report formats for presenting analytical results.
• Gaining a thorough grasp of security measures, tools, and ethical hacking techniques.
• Understanding the common attack routes that ethical hackers use in their exploits.
• Study how to make a system safer by spotting weaknesses and putting the proper remedies in place.
• Proficiency in areas related to thorough reporting of security flaws, including appropriately recording exploitable vulnerabilities.
• Network scanning and sniffing analysis facilitate comprehension of actual hacking scenarios and countermeasures.
• Examine, evaluate, and compromise secure programs and systems.
• Utilise penetration testing methods to evaluate the security of computer systems.
• Gaining hands-on experience using sniffer, exploitation, and phishing techniques.
• Investigate DDoS assaults, buffer overflows, social engineering, intrusion detection, policy development, virus generation, etc.
About The Certification
Professionals who complete the Certified Professional Ethical Hacker (C)PEH) course will be able to help organizations improve their security by breaching computer systems and networks to find vulnerabilities before cybercriminals exploit them. Additionally, the student will be ready to take the Certified Professional Ethical Hacker C)PEH test. The exam evaluates a candidate's proficiency in hacking tools and techniques and the ability to check for flaws in the network. The learners receive their certification only after completing all required assignments and exams, attending every training session, and actively participating in all training activities. The certificate demonstrates to the companies the candidate's practical skills for establishing, managing, and governing the information security program. Furthermore, it signifies the professional's ability to apply ethical hacking tools and techniques effectively, ensuring the security of an organization's information systems. This certification will benefit your career as a Security Engineer, Penetration Tester, Security Manager/Director, or Chief Information Security Officer.
Virtual Instructor-Led Training
- Instructor led Online Training
- Experienced Subject Matter Experts
- Approved and Quality Ensured training Material
- 24*7 leaner assistance and support
Customized According To Team's Requirements
- Customized Training Across Various Domains
- Instructor Led Skill Development Program
- Ensure Maximum ROI for Corporates
- 24*7 Learner 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
• Who is 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
• 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
• 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
Information Security Specialist
Vinsys' trainers have the most recent skills and expertise in their field. Training programs have been modified in accordance with the new C)PEH Certified Professional Ethical Hacker Curriculum.
If you have the necessary skill set, becoming an ethical hacker may lead to many work prospects and excellent compensation. Additionally, it's a position that allows you to push yourself and learn new abilities continuously. Knowing that your job protects people's data might be satisfying.
With at least 15 years of expertise in ethical hacking training and working in cybersecurity, IT service, and architecture, our highly skilled educators are certified ethical hackers. Before becoming qualified to train for our company, each must undergo a rigorous selection procedure, including a technical examination, profile screening, and training demo. Additionally, we ensure that the trainers with the highest alum ratings remain on our faculty.
Vinsys provides reasonably priced, helpful, adaptable, and personable training programs that meet your needs for career advancement. Our hardworking training coordinators put much effort into designing courses tailored to your organizational teams' upskilling requirements. Through our specialized training programs, we have trained over 800,000 learners worldwide and assisted over 3,000 corporate clients in achieving their organizational objectives.
The C)PEH certification training course gives you the practical instruction needed to become proficient in hackers' methods to break into network systems and protect yours from them. Vinsys' Certified Professional Ethical Hacker Programme aims to equip learners with highly sought-after technical skills and knowledge. The program can help you prepare for various occupations, including security engineer, penetration tester, manager/director of security, and chief information security officer. However, specific career outcomes will depend on factors specific to each applicant, such as experience and market conditions.
Absolutely, compared to a non-certified colleague, a certified C)PEH expert has a higher probability of landing decent employment. As a matter of fact, obtaining a C)PEH certification may serve as a springboard for a variety of high-level roles in many businesses and organizations that demand expertise in ethical hacking inside the cybersecurity space.
Program participants can choose from various courses depending on their interests and learning objectives. They can customize their training experience