Introduction to Ethical Hacking
2 DAY SEMINAR
This course will discuss provide knowledge on three critical elements of penetration testing that are important for security experts who are interested in ethical hacking and penetration testing:
The three subjects that will be discussed:
- What is ethical hacking, and how should it affect the work of penetration testers? [ 1 hour ]
- What are the methodologies for approaching an ethical hacking project? [ 2-3 hours ]
- What are current penetration techniques for use against high secured environments? [ 9 hours ]
The session will provide you with knowledge of proper approaches to penetration testing, ways to ensure your work is recognized as authentic and effective, and new tools that can help your increase your capabilities and skills. The examples will be based on real world systems that have more sophisticated configurations and security controls in place, as well as ways to attack newer security devices include IDS/IPS, NAC, Web Application Firewalls, and web application security measures.
Joe McCray has 10 years of experience in the security industry with a diverse background that includes network and web application penetration testing, incident response, and forensics for customers around the world. He is a an award winning instructor and is on EC-Council's "Instructor Circle of Excellence" for 2009.
Joe is a frequent presenter at world-wide security conferences such as Def Con, ToorCon, BruCON, TechnoSecurity, TechnoForensics, and has taught the CISSP, CEH, CHFI, Security+, and Web Application Security at Johns Hopkins University (JHU), University of Maryland Baltimore College (UMBC), and numerous other training centers and conferences.
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