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What is the Motive of Certified Ethical Hacking?

To give students knowledge and skills to form a systematic approach to ensuring computer security, teaching methods of checking the security of various nodes of a computer network, and introduce students to the tools of intruders, their advantages and limitations is important.

This course provides detailed knowledge of computer security for modern systems and will be important for security administrators as a reference to various methods and means of hacking computer networks and systems. The course is also useful for security personnel to improve work efficiency, taking into account the new tricks of cybercriminals, and undoubtedly this course will be of interest to the heads of IT departments to form a realistic assessment of the current situation in the field of computer security. In addition, the course is useful to security professionals in preparation for international certification.

What skills people learn during CEH Course?

With CEH training in Middle East, learners understand the interconnection of network security components, the responsibilities, and influence of each node, and start to know and manage network vulnerabilities. They learn how to work with hacking tools for networks and systems and come to know hacking tricks to penetrate systems and networks.

They will be able to test any network components for hacking, classify workstations according to risk of attack, understand the train of thought of the attacker, assess the scope of potential attacks, counteract the unauthorized collection of information about the organization’s network, understand the strategy of the attacker, assess the security of virtualization and cloud computing platforms, identify an attack based on social engineering. Not only this but during CEH training in Abu Dhabi, students the learn methods of hacking a wireless network, identify the most vulnerable spots of mobile platforms, counteract cryptographic attacks, understand the process of invading the system, conduct an audit of security systems and most importantly know how to counteract the invasion.