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Self Paced Certified Ethical Hacker

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Course Overview

Explore ethical hacking techniques such as threat vector identification, network scanning, OS detection, vulnerability analysis, system hacking, web app hacking as you prepare for the 312-50: Certified Ethical Hacker exam.

Building a strong foundation of knowledge is crucial to becoming an effective cybersecurity professional. In this course, you'll build that foundational knowledge by exploring the five core elements of cybersecurity. You'll examine how classifying what motivates an attacker to attack a network or system can go a long way into figuring out how to best protect systems and networks. Next, you'll explore the many types of attacks that threat actors use to gain access to systems and sensitive data. Finally, you'll learn about information warfare, including its categories and strategies. This course is one in a series that helps to prepare you for the Certified Ethical Hacker v11 (312-50) exam.

If you know how most threat actors and groups attack their targets, you'll be better equipped to defend against those attacks. In this course, you'll explore the seven phases of the Cyber Kill Chain, which aims to guide defenders in their understanding of commonly used attack strategies. Next, you'll learn how tactics, techniques, and procedures can help you better understand the threats your organization faces. You'll move on to examine behavioral patterns typical with today's threat actors and Advanced Persistent Threats. The average time it takes to detect a breach is around 200 days, which is why threat hunting has become a standard security practice. To complete this course, you'll explore threat hunting and its usefulness, as well as the concept of Indicators of compromise. This course is one in a series that helps to prepare you for the Certified Ethical Hacker v11 (312-50) exam.

Being an ethical hacker means, in some ways, that you'll need to assume the identity of a bad hacker. In this course, you'll learn what it means to be a hacker, the common hacker classes, and the five phases of hacking. As an ethical hacker, you may encounter those that don't understand what that means and how a person can use seemingly dangerous skills towards an ethical purpose. You'll examine ethical hacking and how it can be a great tool for helping to create a more secure network. You'll also explore skills and limitations common to ethical hackers. This course is one in a series that helps to prepare you for the Certified Ethical Hacker v11 (312-50) exam.

Key Takeaways

1
Identify the five phases of hacking
2
Describe the differences between the five phases of hacking
3
Define the common hacker classes
4
Recognize what is means to be a hacker
5
Describe ethical hacking and how it differs from malicious hacking

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