|Career Opportunities||Mid-Level Information Security Auditor, Cybersecurity Auditor, Security Administrator, IT Security Administrator, Cyber Defense Analyst, Vulnerability Assessment Analyst, Warning Analyst, Information Security Analyst 1, Security Analyst L1, Infosec Security Administrator, Cybersecurity Analyst Level 1, Level 2, & Level 3, Network Security Engineer, SOC Security Analyst, Security Analyst, Network Engineer, Senior Security Consultant, Information Security Manager, Senior SOC Analyst, Solution Architect, Cybersecurity Consultant|
|Skills||How to evaluate target systems for vulnerabilities, misconfiguration and weaknesses, how to find the weakest link in an organization, knowledge of how hackers operate, what tactics they use, and how to apply those tactics in a professional setting and apply remediation strategies|
|Renewal||Renewal fee or 120 credits EC-Council Continued Education (ECE) credits (per certification) within a period of three years.|
|Themes||Ethical Hacking, Sniffing, Social Engineering, Penetration testing, IoT, Cryptography, DoS, DDoS, Vulnerabilities scanning|
The Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) is a certification offered by the International Council of E-Commerce Consultants (EC-Council). It is a vendor-neutral certification that is designed for security professionals who want to demonstrate their skills in ethical hacking.
What you will learn?
Security professionals attending this program will learn the professional practice of ethical hacking. You will get hands-on with the Cyber Kill chain, you will learn how to evaluate target systems for vulnerabilities, misconfiguration and weaknesses, you’ll learn how to find the weakest link in an organization through concepts like social engineering, most of all, you will learn how hackers operate, what tactics they use, and how to apply those tactics in a professional setting to identify weaknesses in your organization and apply remediation strategies before your organization becomes the next victim of a cyberattack or breach.
Who is it for?
- Mid-Level Information Security Auditor
- Cybersecurity Auditor
- Security Administrator
- IT Security Administrator
- Cyber Defense Analyst
- Vulnerability Assessment Analyst
- Warning Analyst
- Information Security Analyst 1
- Security Analyst L1
- Infosec Security Administrator
- Cybersecurity Analyst Level 1, Level 2, & Level 3
- Network Security Engineer
- SOC Security Analyst
- Security Analyst
- Network Engineer
- Senior Security Consultant
- Information Security Manager
- Senior SOC Analyst
- Solution Architect
- Cybersecurity Consultant
- Type of Exam: Multiple choice
- Number of Questions: 125 questions
- Length of Test: 4 hours
- Minimum passing score: Depending on which exam form is challenged, cut scores can range from 60% to 85%
- Testing Provider: ECC Exam