Description: (40 Hours/Non-Credit) Learn the threats that are challenging the priorities and processes used to protect computer and network systems. Examine topics including hacker tools, techniques, methods, scripts and automated hacking malware employed in today's cyber environment. Investigate the processes and procedures used by hackers, along with corresponding countermeasures that can be employed to protect against such attacks. This course is designed to help prepare students in part for the EC-Council Certification Ethical Hacking (CEH) certification exam.
Format: In-person instructor led training.
Prerequisite: The ideal candidate will have knowledge and professional experience operating, administering and managing IT systems and hardware; basic knowledge of networking concepts (CompTIA Network+), basic knowledge of network security concepts (CompTIA Security+), basic knowledge of network security analysis tools, knowledge or experience defending networks (firewalls, IDS, IPS) and basic knowledge of Unix/Linux and Windows operating systems.
| Session Dates || Registration Deadline || Meeting Times || Location |
|Center for Cyber & Professional Training (CCPT) |
7556 Teague Rd. Hanover, MD 21076
Note: Course materials and one exam voucher per participant are included. Ten participants are required for a course to run. Course is subject to cancellation if minimum enrollment is not met by registration deadline.
For more information please contact the CyberCenter at 410-777-7131 or firstname.lastname@example.org.