4th January 2020, Kathmandu
The Certified Ethical Hacking course is gaining momentum as one of the most sought after training in Nepal.
With advanced hacking tools and techniques, this training helps information security professionals to test the vulnerability of sensitive data.
What is the Certified Ethical Hacking (CEH)?
Starting with the basics, ethical hacking refers to an authorized process of gaining access over a defined network, data, or system.
Notice the use of ‘authorized’?
That’s the thin line that separates ethical hackers from malicious hackers.
CEH training is a very standard certification in the field of security. It covers all the basics of ethical hacking, including the benefits, tools, and types of system vulnerabilities.
Moreover, trainees get to experience the latest commercial-grade hacking techniques and methods used by hackers.
To beat a hacker, you either need a hacker or need to be a hacker.
Who is a certified ethical hacker?
As mentioned earlier, an ethical hacker is an authorized professional who can access a defined system.
You’re certified once you complete the Certified Ethical Hacking training successfully.
Some also like to call ethical hackers white-hat hackers.
Part of their job as security professionals is to find and exploit vulnerabilities in systems. But in a lot more lawful manner.
Why do ethical hackers find vulnerabilities and exploit them?
To avoid ‘blackhat’ hackers from doing the same.
The main purpose is to identify and fix those flaws before a malicious hacker breaches the system causing inadmissible loss.
Why is certified ethical hacking training in demand in Nepal?
Cybersecurity jobs are more in demand than ever.
Globally, we witnessed a surge in cybercrimes amid the pandemic. Data breaches will continue to be a threat to organizations in Nepal, and therefore, it would be unwise to look the other way.
In fact, the government has realized the importance and need for cybersecurity in the forthcoming budget.
After completing the certified ethical hacking training, you will be able to pursue some common job roles such as:
- Cybersecurity Auditor
- IT Security Administrator
- Cyber Defense Analyst
- Vulnerability Assessment Analyst
- Information Security Analyst
- Network Security Engineer
- Manual Ethical Hacker
- Penetration Tester
- Cybersecurity Consultant
Once you are a certified ethical hacker, you will be able to keep up with security checklists that will allow you to audit your organization’s information assets.
To boil it down, the knowledge that you acquire will ensure a more secure and efficient workplace.
CEH V11 Bootcamp: What is it?
LABA Pvt. Ltd. is organizing CEH V11 Bootcamp, the ultimate ethical hacking boot camp, in association with One Cover Pvt. Ltd.
The industry partner, One Cover Pvt. Ltd., is a security company providing services such as security consulting, assessment, incident response, and managed security.
Certified Ethical Hacking CEH V11 is an opportunity for security professionals and enthusiasts to learn tools, techniques, and lawful hacking methodologies.
- Start Date – Jan 21, 2021
- End Date – Jan 25, 2021
- Category – Security
- Timing – 10AM – 5PM
- Venue- LABA Pvt. Ltd. (Anamnagar, Kathmandu)
For more information, visit Certified Ethical Hacker V11.
Where can I enroll for CEH training in Nepal?
LABA is an authorized Certified Ethical Hacking training center based in Kathmandu, Nepal.
It is an EC-Council accredited training center.
What’s in store for me?
As a trainee, you will get exposure to:
- Hacking challenges,
- Hacking web applications,
- Cloud computing,
- Emerging attack vectors,
- Malware reverse engineering, and so on.
Can I attend the CEH V11 Bootcamp?
You are eligible to attend the certified ethical hacking CEH V11 Bootcamp if you have:
- At least two years of IT security experience
- Strong working knowledge of TCP/IP
- Security+ Prep course (highly recommended)
You can benefit heavily if you’re one of these:
- Security Officer
- Security Professional
- Site Administrator
- Individual concerned about the network infrastructure integrity
How is CEH training in LABA different from others?
Being an EC Council accredited training center in Nepal, you will get exposed to incredible hacking technologies and challenges.
Some highlights of CEH training at LABA has been mentioned below:
- Greater focus on 18 attack vectors, including OWASP top 10, IoT hacking, and more.
- Modern case studies to keep up with the trend of detecting and avoiding potential cyberattacks.
- Dedicated modules on cloud and IoT.
- Thousands of advanced hacking techniques, tools, and tricks.
- Learn the latest Malware Analysis tactics for different malware.
- Get exposure to the latest technologies while learning about existing and new vulnerabilities.
If you are a security professional interested in enhancing your knowledge and opening up doors in the security field, book your seat today.
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